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§v i s It I ir. THE HERALD-ADVANCE MILBANK, 8. D. W W. DmrxiK, Editor and Pnbl!r OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY. FRIDAY, DEC. 23. \m. School From the Cotmtry Teacher. Mr. H. L. Priest, Deputy Head Consul, M. W. A., is working for that order at Tracy, Minn. Miss Jessie Raymond is teach in# a week in Grant Center No. 4, the Koepke district, while Mr. Will Van Walker is recovering attack of pneumonia. If it is clear on the evening of Tuesday the 27th inst., by look ing east at sundown you may see the shadow of the earth, as it appears at a distance of somu 240,000 miles from us. The State Teachers Associa tion will hold its annual meeting at Red field Doc. l'7, 2H and 21). The round trip railroad fare on the certificate plan from Milbank will be about *6.00. An excel lent program has been prepared and any teacher who attends will be well paid. The Grant county teachers meeting ou the 17th was attend-j ed by about 100 persons. A basket dinner was served at one! o'clock, after which the public! school graduating class of l*i»8 received their diplomas. The! class cousistodof Ralph Amsden, Mary Mallei t, John M. Thoinp-i son, Addie Hall and Margaret! Moynagh. Miss Eva Skinner' who graduated in 1897 received her diploma at this time also. A letter from Prof. Butler, now at Hamliue University was read by Supt. Aldrich. Prof. Rumor was called upon for remarks and responded with an interesting talk after which the closing num ber was Superintendent Ald rich's exaugural address. The Milbank High School Orchestra furnish music for the occasion. o Swath* 8igaatu» of 8 Ton i The Kind You Haw Always Bought Alcohol In Medicine. The physician who finds alcohol neo eeeary in fevers or other diseases has bat a limited range. There are a large number of institutions, both in this coantry and abroad, that have no occa sion for the use of alcohol in any form, with the most desirable results to their patients. There is no doubt but that the use of alcohol by prescription of the physician is responsible for much of the intoxioa tion of the times. Very well may the layman argue that if alcohol is good for the sick it may also be good for him that is not sick. When the medical pro fession realize that they can do better work without the use of aloohol, the temperance cause will have received its greatest toon.—Selected. What Whisky Does. Ohauncey Depew says: "Twenty-five years ago I knew every man, woman nod obild in Peekskill, N. Y. And it has been a study with me to mark boys who started in every giade of life with myself to see what became of them. I was up last fall and began to count them over, and it was an instructive ex hibit. Some of them became clerks, merchants, manufacturers, lawyers and doctors. It is remarkable that every one of those that drank is dead not one liv ing of my age. Darring a few who were taken by siokness, every one who prov ed a wreck and wrecked his family did it from rum and no other cause." CASTOR IA For Infants and Chilton. Tin Kind Yeu Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Ir -4- Jackson c. Buhler Aagast Fraipont. chi NAMES RESIDENCE James Dougherty Jfc Jacob O. inebachi Milbank, s. I) Retail Aagnst Fraipont .......'Twin Brooks,SD I Retail Bd. P. Dore & JohnCarlin.. Chain Bracelets, Neck Chains, Watch Chains. 0 Milbank. .s STATES OF SOL TH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF V mimSm E. P. MESMEE, & Co. Jewelers, Remember our prices are the lowest. Pur it}- per sack fcl.OO Mai unlia per Back cent** Get our Bed Rock prices on half ton lots. Try our 4 rah still. Corn .Ylcal, Itye Flour, Pearl Krrakfnut Food and Pure Buckwheat Flour. Notice our liberal ofl'er to Farmers. Will give 34 ifc Magnolia per bushel for No. 1 wheat. Milbank Roller 3iills. from actual cz^cr« acc. i I -.»i UV. Coast of and Havana frovn^bneo's hei/t of the Insurgent.., ana id book is printed in bound in Jataagrcphcd story* This is a coi'rr *te an.' tragedyr, upk«ij.r pr graphs taken on the !r/ ihe a-"' thor of "Anlia. vac y." L.. is intensely interes.in r» ar.kJ Havana, witti ciwrac'cx.-^ Ca3ti', Cabannr. an**, primivive nio'-ks if 1. i' ui v: i»t*uctiv ii-'.'ontii «-.a tk'.. '. ivs bots, military condition, r,: oi^cir. .,i kest, the most iaiir i- ting W.i I ClK Iv Jt has been aptly and fashions- .The County Treasurer's Annual Report of Licenses. Retail Itvtall... Retail... Retail... Retail.,. Retail... Bin Stone City, 8 D.. Twin Brooks. S. Milbank, S. 11. Charles Hocnmuth «in»nuit, o. i» James Dougherty A Jacob Ginabat Milbank, .S I) Thomas Mehegan & C. D. Fairchih Milbank,. S I 88. OR. The legal rate of interest in New York state is now 6 per cent, but an attempt will be made this winter to reduce it to C). The argument for it is that "the days of (j per cent interest have gone forever" and that if a^ limitation at 6 per cent is good,' a limitation at 5 would be better. This we believe is but another scheme of the gold-standard money power. Just as mauy of us are getting out of debt and have a few dollars to loan our selves, the money power ruth lessly lowers the rate of interest. The Brookings Register, after some two years experience in publishing a semi-weekly, has abandoned that feature and en larged its weekly edition. Without doubt, there is no disease so common as piles, none more painful or annoying, or that has been so unsuccessfully treat ed. The only permanent cure for piles, either itching or bleed ing, yet discovered, is Dr. Saw yer's Arnica and Witch Hazel Salve. Ai N. J. Bleser's. Farmers' TEST Tribune, ]ALL The Panorama of Cuba,($0.00 Anita, the Cuban 8p y, The Herald Advance, AND THE GRBAT WAR NOVEL, v BY GILSON BILLETS, An Zzritiag Novel of the War. Thrifllngly told by the author, tv'io Jrnovsafl i/bout Sp^in and hsr ot ing the heroic of j.i I'tir stru? 'k ic freedom. A story of a rich Cuban planter'', Vhn. her C.T JCI CUBA., suffered terri ble persecution at the OJ ih. sxv.'.r.^tr.u'.nt, ending in her transporta tion to Ceuta, Spain' prv?! co:- rvv:i pv her terrible life wlvle th'.-:. ar .• -Jr-ir rawtai. r.t covce* L: u methods, ZZ^rocco to New York tfcs fcuwjents' camp% show zoi Moiccco, c~: ii, of .i -p. dear type c:i The rtc-y tells of •.oc. site/ vW.if.h she joins :he rank I. them v,i?uib*e xhj. Tht library u. sr--i VH y size) handsomely jii ic^restiog, •well written exciting ts .4" & t-l CtrVa* :od 2x'uh t5 the comedy, iJOc. iVi-tilis.!, in a series cf photo- Mr. Gils :i T/Jlzrs, au- i r-4..jj i'.-oj't, Taj, panorama K .- i 1 o e o e e s e e s o Oi c»»'/weTf., a7iU.«i-, tmuiijy, Monro •s-i sUrvjy,' tet.j-"ccc*rados, the •'ty* ia th-, pictures, a mass of *}'r: vvfW.cn, tc.zieccs, ?w'r 'j i i HUrke^$»Th covers all h" Icacilrg marlrcts of the world, gath eicc "-y c-.s.d ftii'niaii- fr ^fj to its readers twice a week. by,ie ts tl .« or?y Western Weekly that ,-f ti» critt oy fa}# *u Twicc-?.-Week IV-i: makes ci •uJJut'SXS. cc&}. authcn OUr lef55 s*aTo VIM HERALD ADVA MCE, Milbank, S. D. OFFIOB OY COUNTY TKEASUKKK OF GKANT Cot NTY, SOVTII DAKOTA. MILBANK, DKCKMBKU 19.189K. r. J. N. SAFFOKD, county treusurer ol" the said county of Grant, do hereby report that the persons herein after named lu'tve paid license during the year 1898, under the provisions of an act of the legislature of the state of South Dakota entitled "A11 Act to Provide for the1 Licensing. Restriction and Regulation of the Manufacture and Sale of Spirituous and Intoxicating Liquors." approved March 3, 1K97, and ttiat the resident of the said persons nature of the business in which they are engaged, the place of doing business, the amount of license paid and the dates of payment of the & awe are as follows, to-wit: NATURE Of BUSINESS PLACE OP BUSINESS Third ward. Milbank Twin Brooks heomd W ii, Milbank Bit Stune City, Twin Brooks Third Ward, Milbank Third Ward, Milbank First Ward, Milbank 2, N. SAFFORD, being fix st duly sworn, deposes and says that he is the county treasurer of the said countv of Grant and state of South Dakottthat the above and foregoing report is a just, true and coned report of all the matters therein st ited. and is a full. ''©port of all the business of his said otlice of the character therein set forth dur ing the year 1898. Subscribed and stfoi »to before me this nineteenth day of December, 1898. [SEAL] J. E. TIU UAN', clin-.aie, har- ot v islara k *iv*en» ThJs is the .ita'acutic albaci of Cuija in tiie aiarket. ^1 ••\J4 A.. w L. V S euJ/xa the "F-.tin^rV TXJ'y." Northwes: Ne^-s is Vxc 9% fine. I Its Tcf^iaphic, Con?ressional fovit in tU great Meirop.-jli an Dailies. 11 ishioa The beautiful illustra- Serials—The Stories Jourd in Ti?e fktne are the ptjdactions of the very 1 TZ~ZT~ wcmen P05^ of current iitcratars. They are new and wholesome: in tact, they are literary gems, "Thcre is nothing ets* like it." For fertners, workers, busy people every where it is the Best, Cheapest, Kr.75ie.-fc, Cleanest, Most Complete and Most Re liable Paper published in the Not tnwest. ?nt"od'/^ tbf" VyvVlili \y Evi Oirr leaoers the cublishers have eiven us a" extraordinarily low rate on The Twke l"b«ne, the Cuban ??-P^ into the homes of Panorama and the great War Novel We will send these two books and The rioune tor one year FREE to any one who will send us one new name for one year's subscription, with $2.0?. Or we will send both books and The Tribure to v senbers and renew their subscription for one year for $2.00. 0f nrv** ««k. ft'M.'/Myftft'"'"1 ftiftiftnTifti ffi'in'iti'ift imnmrfrrm^ fr AMOUNT OF LICENSE DATE OF PAYMENT 1"" jMarch eevanth, 18fl8 i:« no.... March sevonth, !8S«j June twenty-ninth, 1898 July eleventh, 1SH8 July eleventh. 1S9K July eleventh, IHtW Jnly eleventh, 1H88 100 4(KI (Ml. 400 TO.!!! 4(NI 40) W July eleventh', 1898 .L N. SAFFORD, County Treasurer Notary Public, Grant County, S. D. Actually Giv#E Away. For particular*! call at my Furniture Parlors where you can also secure handsome and useful articles vith which to make Christmas (jilts. E. Emanuel. Christmas is close ai hand ami as you will want the very hest Confectionery obtainable, you will have a splendid variety ot the choic est to select from at Weddcll's Restaurant. int. -—ia, Ha! Ha! Ha! I'm going to make my headquarters this year at Bleser's Drug Store. I hiive a complete line of Lamps. Toilet Canes, Decorated China, Fancy Glassware. Together *ith many other departments too numerous to mention but which yon ally invited tu call and inspect. are cordi N. J. Bleser. flOHAD & CO., Wish to call attention to their livrge and varied supply of Pickles, Mustard, Table sauce which is handled in connection the immence stock of with Fresh anil Salt Meat ol all kinds always on hand. Schnd & Co. The Flour arul Feed Man haa ou hand a biu auupiy of all kinds of WOOD He can sell you anything von want in that line. Fine Opal Rin^s For Christmas presents E. P. MESMER, & Co., Jewelers. Nothing funn}' in being sick all the while, troubled with constip atiou, dyspepsia or liver comp laints when you can easily be cured by taking Dr. Sawyer's Little Wide Awake Pills.—At N. J. Bleser's. Did You Know that you could not afl'ord to take the risk of never having a I'liuto of your self. Child, Father. Mother or Sweet heart when you can get them f»r :5. coins a do/ at Eddy's Studio and they are ones too. Don't wait too long EDDY. Rough on the Solona. It was in Maine that an outspoken parson of the oJd school prayed: "O U)rd, have compassion on our bewilder ed representatives and senators Thev have been sitting and sitting and have hatched nothing. O Lord, let them arise from their neets and go home and ail the oraise snau be thine." BARGAINS O N Goods in Every Department. Cut Prices. We are Closing out Ladies and Misses Jackets and Cloaks. Men and Boys Over Coats and Clothing. Over Shoes. On Over Shoes we will save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on the best Brands. Ory Goods and Groceries We have a large and complete stock of Dry Goods and Groceries that we will not allow to be un der sold. Guarantee. Any goods not wanted or not satisfactory uiav be returned and money will be refunded. We will meet all competition on any goods that we handle. Our stork of Goods is too large for us to quote prices on everything. We respectfully invite you to call and inspect them and get our prices. ERLANOSON & JOHNSON. Does not stop building operations, neither does it prevent our keeping 011 hand a large stock of um"ber and plastering materials. Heins, Neuenbiirj? & Co. T. B. ROBERTS, President. C. MIODLEI1ROOK, Cashier. First State !. of Milbank, 8.1)., Does a General Banking Business Foreign Exchange* For Heavy or Shelf Hard ware, call on Heal Estate Collections Insurance. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. J. S. FARLEY.