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XVI.NO 45 VOL., xiu, NO -IT i fit*"* i® ic St. Jfc I). Iliviato" V I». Uuslway. its. CAS r. pr—T«iI .12 :2fi a tn .. lu:su a hi .. 1 :-!i ill WUJ-. lay WEiT. vt er-l«i'» -D»i .. in .. UIHIH.V, Arr! er-liuiij •nH UNE. 'lithnnk.. -7 ilfltot dswton.. -[(.Set Oil "ilbank trail',* Mondays. V-ei*lv ... 8:15 n .. W ::JTi n in ..10:8ft .. a .. 1 :i!5 .. 2:'2( •srtaye, and niiT.ciiES. 011* -service in St. Lawrence church •Ty aittTiiMti' Mimlay at 10:30 a. M, KKV. CHA. llROWNE. IEKAN—st*rviri! every third Hnnday—in Ncrw'-cinii language at the church at a, IUv. A fN'iiiAHL, Minibtur. CON K:.'• A• IONAL CIIURCII-ltev i liait'!!. Pastor. Public Worship, Sun A a. in HI.! m- Sunday school u!i!r v' K. 4 p. in. Y. P, S. r. E. 6:15 r«y«*r iiK-'tiut Wednesday 7:30 p. m. vtinft. Saturdav v in ,A h-arty invi •these ceniri'S i* hereby extended to iii't-rs iu tlie city will be cordially vv«l- AIK'Il MASONS. MILBANK twpt.T No. l?i. Statoil convofrtiioiiM nr fonr'h Thursday of cafh moi.th, at T:S" iiMiiin.' comp9Jii«m« cordially invited. E. ELY, LLIKH Prh-st. 8itN"!EHs, Sec. & A. H.-MILRANK LODGK No. 3) ^titrd incftmc? at. Mnfonio Hall, on tuwiiny t-veni i .in cordially invited to ntt*nfl CKE't!, ?C. E. K.MiSl'ET., W. S.—Es.hcr C'haptrr No '30. Stated meet ngg Second and Fouith Monday of each th at Masonic hall. Mils. HSTTIBDOWNIE, E. B. HEALY, W M. Soc. J. 0. F.-SYLVAN LODGE No. 54 Meets every Turiday evening at hchftfcr's Vieititin brethren cordially invited. PEIVET, Sec. C. J. CARKICK, N.ti. 0?RKREKAH.—Meets second and fourth rhBreday of each mouth all. t). O. F. Mirs MIKA FAN BET, 2?. G. Rest, Sec. OP P.—Banner Lodce No. 51 meets every Wednesday evening in Woods hall. E. H. BENEDICT, P. C. •T LimxiuisT, K.ofR.&S. I*. VV,--Meets first and third Mondny i*"er.iny« of each month in Woods halt. r?brethren cordially invited, K. P. DOKK, MOT, VV U. JlcPut'asosi, M. \Y. E «EE OF HONOR—Protection Lodge, in A. O. W. hall Bret and third :"&Y each month. MITS. G. BARNEY, C. of II. IDA TUATEB, Rec. K-GEN. HUMPHREY'S POST. Meeth every second and fourth Saturday, i1-ni. pharp, at tin? Court House. All com- Msltstifnir eity arc invited to meet with LOWTHUN (Jotnmauder, "N* Adjutant. GEO. C. UlF CORPS—(Jen. Humphrey's Belief meets everv aecond and fourth ol each month at the I. ().(). F. hall. .. MRS. J. BOSWORTH, 1. ABBOTT, HOC. 1'reu. wor'c hotel. Apply woncetu A. ''mimh1!CISAolttnd-China DIETS LE~I iKto. preferred. Also to trade "sEor'Durham PSyf°ralarg,-'r h0ree' W, E. RAYMOND, Twit Brooks, 8. D. ®iees .ih i r''1Tn(1 on to ^argolii '. «. A. ppa n /AY«nT»'J PN HOME HAPPENINGS. Wheat Tii r-u iy Xo, i ore hern 52c No. 2,50 Iont forgot the date when btaley (lit photographer will be at Mill auk A1 Deits and Mrs Henry Deits make a trip to Vermlale ami Burtha in Minne sota, this week, driving over by team. Milbank lodge F. & A. M. will hold u special meeting tn narrow, Saturday evening for work in the Fellowerait degree. True to lus calling I)u k Mwtell, couldn't let the machine season uo by without doing a little rustling, and con sequently is engaged with .1, S. Karley for the season. N. J. Schaler of Owatonna, was spend ing a few diiys in town the first of the week. Mr. Schaler has recently pur chased the property interests of Sirs. Eliza Schafer in this city. Those in need of photos will do well by calling on J. M. Staley, photograph er of Watertown, at Milbank. He will he here July 10th to 221 inclusive. First class work guaranteed. Mr. W. B. Saunders started last Tues day for Randolph, N. Y., his old home, where Mrs. S. and family are spending the summer. He expects to make a MKTK '1ST Kl'Isroi'AL HI'ltCH i«g Mi ctiuir Sabbath Mornini', !'-la* idW. preaching ahlath inornnnf. «'Vi-ninr, -Salibaih Sfhoiil, V Wood, Supt Bible ia«, eoiidi.ct.Ml!visit of a couple of weeks betore return N I. l.owihtnii Kpworth League, Sab- jn_ BIO«. MI.-N Miua Fanset .President: ,e*giu\ Sabbath evening «:», Mrs. 8. ]jert J\ierr[!t, who has been working in sii Choir liehearsal, Saturday even-. i.,T. Bureau director. Th« a ehster urug store for the past year, 'ipat!c\oaii returned home the first of the week SpUbii »e &'..vays welcome. All ("t-ats are fr.'t». LACIU.AN MCLKAN*. Pastor. SOCIETIES. Bert says the crops Grant county are away ahead of those on the other side of the hills. Mr. Bloominplahl. of Hector, Minn.' has been visiting Peter Van Asche. over on the Whetstone, and looking over the country with the intention of securing a farm lor one ot hia boys in that neigh borhood. Among the Milbank families who are pitching tent at the lake this we«*k are those of Henry Schafer, J. C. Wood, E. lie? at. Maponte nan. on .. nt of each mouth. Yisitiug S. Healy, Jus. at^on, E. rjOianuel, Al. L. Eeker, G. W. Prevey, A. Williams \Vr. jrlount. The young man i. B. Russell, who was temporarily engaged as night operator at the depot A short time ago was taken suddenly ill last week, and the first ol the week had to bo removed to his home at Granite Falls. Peter Swenson, representing the com mission house of C. N. Howard company, of New York, was in town Wednesday, looking over the creamery with the ob ject ot securing the product for the New York market. Clerk of Courts Prevey last Monday docketed a judgment that made his eyes bung out. It was to the amount of $:M4,*277.45, and was rendered against one William Walter Taylor et aL ill favor ot the state of South Dakota. The excursion train on Wednesday which was run from Harlem to the lake, was in charge of Conductor Fred llolzer and consisted of seven well-tilled coaches It came through Milbank on titue and quite a number got on from this sta tion. A. P. Lindquist has something to say in another column about Deering ma Chines and twine. This popular ma chine manufacturing house is always In the front with the latest labor-saving helps for farmers, and the latter seem to understand this tact. Mr. Joseph Bohan and wife of Mil waukee, Wis., parents ot Mrs. ill Rogers, who were on a visit to the famt hes of their son and daughter at Mon e- video, l)nvc ,Dr Bale ft large the and 5black i- i pigs and also eigrtock. etock' Rl1 full-bloodea M. H. DIKBOLD,Odessa,Minn. AoM 1)u*'or tra,le for a two year came up and spent a day or two the first ot the week with Mr. and Mrs. U. T. Uodgers. Dr. Cannon and wife of Union are en joying a visit °r Wi" my rr"* 1,u' 2utl' colts, one *ithon,lWL white in face: one white hind foot and star in face. fvm STODDARD, #. F. Wilson place In town TJP~0" ""winffrt .,ow ^ave 1® my possession "ilchrvin80!1!a^k, Ubout-(Tlv 1 b„rn^bo May 20,1S0R. I about three years old, Ownf.'. ',IH' short rope around the t«I»vrh!Lre(1,U:8ted t0 M'l and with the family of Sheriff Wi.ll.ms tM* week, tion of the time at tho lake. i»n rpmembered as first ot ». Prove y charges and take the animal away. •«. kSac io m__ Bwan, Twp. lai.j^age B)i. M. Thomas ie off on a visit to his uid home in Yermun!. Farmers bringy.,ur wheat to KHand aon & Johni-'U lis exchange for il«ur and feed. The Congregational Hunday school aroenjoving tlioir annual picnic at Hart ford on th« lake today. Ashton tho dentist will be absent from his Milbank oflic1 from Jwiy io un til August lOtii. Miss Ladd, the young iady wbo has been visiting with the family of Joseph Fanset, returned to her home in Brook ings today. Martin Croymaus was yesterday ex hibiting some specimens of early cabbage raised on his farm, and which already have tine solid headB. A young fellow by the name lund, living southwest of town was kick ed in the lace by a mule last week, and Dr. ITanset is attending him. T. A. Duncan, ot Huron, who is ad ministrator ot the Mrs. Pine estate, WHS in the city Saturday in connection with his business as administrator. James Brannon took his horses from Appleton to the races at Wheaton last week, and Dallah Boy and Minerva captured first and second money. A number of fields of early sowed barley is being harvested this week. Henry Schafer commenced cutting a twelve-acre patch just eouth of town yesterday. Miss Alice Bassett, the little daughter 3f a former resilient of Milbank, who is now living iu Minneapolis, came in on yesterday's afternoon train for a visit with S. M. Pasco's family. Peter Williams, of Vernon township^ recently had a severe attack of inflama tion of the bowels, and was for some time in a very serious condition, but we understand is now improving. Harry McCourt of the Ortonville Journal has recently added a wife to his office outfit, and we tender congratula tions. A country office is very incom plete without a woman around some where. Ole Fornel/( was in from Stockholm yesterday and says that an effort is being made in his vicinity to have a creamery established at Strand berg, and that such an enterprise will undoubtedly bo start ed there at an early day. Mr. James Kerr was called to Hutch inson, Minn., Monday, to attend the funeral ol his sister, Mrs Kaziah Lynch, who died at her brother's home near that place on tho Gth inst., with dropsy. She was 31 years of age. Rev.F.W.Nazarene Johnson, Mrs. who Cannon will remombeml Mi „f the sheriff. Mies May W«ne, formerly lived here. ••qandv" Crawford was in from Kil- word of th. excellent cond.Uon o crop in th.. locality. o« sections of the county all go to Sat. tb.tOr.nt county i. 3-^ ing the best harv^t it has ever „L. calamity next few weeks. w,,hm I A N K S I I A Y U Y 1 2 1 8 1 5 Consolidated April 11,1890 of I mg- came down from Aberdeen Tuesday to spend a few days at the lake during camp meeting. Ho states that Mrs. Nazerene and the little girls are at present visiting the old home in Illinois, and later in the season the familv expect to spend a few weeks at t\ie lake. It's a poor rule that wont work both ways and they como to South Da kota to get married as well as to get divorced. The latest couple to do this was Mr. F. E. Clapp and Miss Sarah both ot Appleton, Minn., who appeared before County Judge Owen Wednesday atternoon and were made husband and wife. Mr. R. J- Hicks returned from Buffa lo, Minn., last Friday, and we under stand has engaged as book-keeper with the bank of that city and will in a tew weeks move his family to that place. Our people creatly regret the exigencies that compel the removal of Mr. Hicks from this community, where he has lived since his boyhood, and wish him abund ant prosperity in his new home. The people of Buffolo will find him in every way an honorable and upright citizen. County Superintendent- Aldrich has just made an apportionment of school money amounting in total to 83,915. The amount is the largest that has ever been made in the county and it was ap portioned an the basis of the new school census. Milbank's share amounts to $460. The new census gives the school population ot the county as 2,6GO an in crease of 58 over last year. The city if given 301, an increase of 2 from la*t year. Big Stone City and Osceola towQehip show tho largest, increase, the former japping Jrom 15$ to 196. Deputy Grand Master Bust installed the officers of Sylvan lodge I. O. O. F. for the current term last Tuesday even* i»g. They are: N. It.-—Geo. Empson, V. G.-G. W. Prevey, Sec.-M. B. Baird, Treas.-G.L. Wood, Trus.—S. M. Pasco, R. S. N. G.—O. W. Antennae, L. S. N. G.-R. J. Hicks, Ward.—S. M. Pasco, Cond.—W. W. Downie, R. S. S.—E. Emanuel, L. S. S.—W. F. Rust, I. G.—J. D. Burckhardt, O. G.—Ed Johnson, R. S. V. G.-Fred Philleo L. S. V. G.—J. J. Lehman. A few Champion elevator and plat form canvasses for sale at a discount, to close out. WOOD BKOS. To prevent the hardening of the sub cutaneous tissues of the scalp and the obliteration ot the hair follicles, which cause baldness, use Hall's Hair Renewer. If'vou want to learn all about the creamery, dairy, teeding, etc., as applied in the Dakotss. subscribe for the Dakota Farmer, Aberdeen, S. D. Subscriptions received at this office. Now is the time to bring in your mowing machines and have them re paired. We can grind your guards with out taking them off tha bar, and will only charge you 51. CANNON & HEALY. You will tind Wood Bros, the head quarters for Gasoline Stoves, Paints and oils, Screens, Screen Doors, Flower Pots, Bird Cages, Harvester and Buggy Whips, Farming Tools, Machine Oils and Bind ing Twine. The Dakota Farmer for July contains a full account of the proceedings of the South Dakota Sheep Breeders and Wool Growers association. It is a very val uable number to any farmer interested in sheep raising. Col. A. B. Smedley, of Milbank, was the guest of Hon. F. I). Adams Wednesday, and the two gentlemen lett for Brookings Thursday morning to attend a meeting ot the state Board ot Regents.—Groton Independent. W. M. Cheever—Big Stone City is be coming quite a summer resort. We were there last Sunday [23rd of June] audi think there must have been at least eighteen hundred people there to enjoy the beauties of the surroundings. The place is becoming more and more one which attracts the multitudes.— Watertown Public Opinion. Horse F.xchanee, As there have numerous inquiries lor horses by those wishing to Durchase be fore haryest, it has been suggested that a horse sale or exchange be leld in the city on Saturday, July 20, when all who have horses for sale are requested to bring them in, and intending buyers can thus secure a choice. It buyer and sel ler can thus be brought tgetber it will undoubtedly prove a great convenience, and of profit to both. For jaundice and liver complaint, Ayer's Pills are better than any other. They do not contain a particle of cal omel. Excursion Uutea tor Annual Con vcntioiis. Baptist Young Peoples Union of Am erica, Baltimore, Md, July 18 to 21. Sell July 15 and 10 good to return Aug. 8tb, at one lowest regular first class limited fare for the round trip. Annual Meeting American Pharma ceutical Association, Denver, Colo. Aug. 14 to 24. Sell August 11 and 12 good to return August 20 to 25th inclusive at one lowest regular limited first class fare for the round trip. Triennial Conclave, Knights Templar Boston, Mass.. August 26 to 30. Sell August 19 to 24 good to return until Sept. 25th at one lowest limited first class tare for the round trip. National Encampment, G. A. R., Louisville, Ky. Sept. 10 to 14. Sell Sept. 8 to 10 good to return leaving Chicago only from Sept. 14th to 25th. C. M. St. P.-Rv. to. tf W. O. CRAIG, Agt. John Burkhanlt, man is still OX.-IKI Flour for win To pre vein piUsand llour and feed ng Montevideo ilelie.ite children from lapsing into chronic invalids later in life, they should take Ayer's Sarsap arilla together with plenty of wholesome food and out-door exr rclse. What they need to build up tho system is good red blood. For the Lake Madison Cluitauqun As sembly excursion tickets will be sold to Madison, S. D. July (itit to 23rd inclusive good to return u. iiil July 25th at fare and one fifth for the ronnd trip. W A C. M. A. St. P. Ry. Co. 5wa Creamery ('ant Remember that Jas. Watson, tho tin ner, can mako your milk cans of the best material and with workmanship that is a guarantee of their doing good service. Common Sense Is a very good thing to be possessed of, and the "Common Sense" Cultivators is just what its name indicates. Thev are going lively at Farley's. Cultivators of other malt PA nl«o for sale. For Ov«r Fifty Venn MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYIU has been used tor children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind collie, and is the best, re ed y or 1) i a hoea. w e n y I ive cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists through out the world. Two for Wile. Come in and subscribe for our paper the HERALD-ADVANCE, Lefore August Is or pay up your back subscription and we will make vou a present ot Dakota Farm er until January 1, 181)6, free of charge. Dakota Farmer is the farm paper our Dakota farmer friends should patronize. Hunter Farm and Experimental Minion, Arrangements have been made with the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. by which parlies who wane to visit the Hunter Farm and Experimental Sta tion at Mellette, will be carried from any station on its lines in South Dakota to Mellette and return, at the rate ot a fare and a fifth for the round trip. This is. an opportunity that should be taken advantage of by our farmers. Passengers purchasing a full-fare ticket for the going trip will be furnished with a certificate on presentation of which within five davs from date, when counter signed by H. F. Hunter or Wm. Snoxell, the agent at Redlield will furnish rutur» icket at one-fifth regular fare. £onsplcaous by Absence. Of the makeup of tho Memphis free silver convention the Memphis Evening Scimitar says: "There was not a singlo representative of the eastern states ou hand. The middle states were there only in tho dual person of Sibley and his boom.'' Black Hlnorcas. This brood cf poultry is rapidly grow ing in favor in this progressive ago of poultry culture as their good qualities aro better known. Thoy aro of Spanish origin, but havo been bred for many years in England. They aro the largest nonsitting breed in existence and excel as egg producers, both in number and size of the eggs. They cornbino two points that render them specially desir able—viz, utility and beauty. They have largo singlo combs, red faco with pure white ear lobes, lustrous black plumage and aro proud and majestic. The American standard weight for Black Minorca cocks is 8 pounds and for hens 6% pounds. They are very hardy, maturo early, pullets begin to lay when 5 months old and continue through the winter. Their ability to fill the egg basket is recognized not only by the fancier, but by the practical farmer. 4lvertlMeit Letter L,ist. Letters remaining uncalled for in thev Milbank Post Ofhce July 11, 181)5. Attcvater E. Drannon Eliza Ishsn Frank Kimhnii Hlanchu Lludher^'John D. Peterson Cale Nickard Lillio Heott.Juy TrotfCharles Williams Fred In calling for any of the above please" say "advertised" and iriv» date of adver tisement. not called for in titteul^ days?will he sent to Jeud letter office. Gyp. G.