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Correspondence should be received ncit later
tuan Wednesday afternoon of each week to In
sure publication. We want a live correspond
ent in every town and township ictho county.
MIDDLETON.
rom Our Regular Correspondent.
Haying has begun.
CattlS wanted to eat our grass.
How about the fall crop of hogsV
Grain is lodging where the ground
has been matured.
Roe Hall of Verfriillion visited his
brother Fred last Sunday.
Later reports say P. J. Meior is
threatened with blood poison.
Mrs. E. C. Moore has been at Madi
son several days with friends.
The school picnic in Bradberry
grove' last week Friday was a pleasant
affair!
Don1t talk about light soil or upland
this year, crops are immense every
where.
E. W. Moore and Mr. Peterson haye
been taking an outing at Wall Lake
fishing, etc.
Davis is bound to have a creamery
but it will be set oyer the line in Turn
er township.
Will Myers of Centerville visited old
neighbors and attended Sunday school
at Middleton last Sunday.
A little twister and some hail last
Thursday night. The granary on the
Brier farm was taken off the founda
tion and turned a quarter way around.
Last Wednesday Eve. F. J. Meier
was examining a dynamite cap with
the Intention of u^iug some, in a well.
It exploded in bis. hand. His thumb
on his left hand is gone. Dr. Slainan
dressed the wound and Mr. Meier Is
as well as can be expected.
Mrs. Dr. Sheehan arrive} home the
first of the week, from an extended
visit east. The family are moving to
Beresford.
Another surgical operation was per
formed on Nels Ibson by Drs. Lindahl
and Peterman last Friday, a piece of
the hip bone beinjg removed this time.
The patient is doing as well as can be
expected, but his final recovery is still
a matter of doubt.
The creamery has now 65 patrons,
and is receiving between aight and nine
thousand pounds of milk per day. The
net price paid patrons for May butter
was 11 conts, being the,lowest price
oyer paid, but still two to five cents
better than the local market. The
most of the May butter sold in Chicago
for 16i cents. The oil tests for May
were very even, and averaged well, the
average for the montb for all patrons
being 4.19 pounds of butter to every 100
pounds of milk. If the patrons will
continue, with the creamery for the
season both they and the creamery
will come off winners. It is now on a
good paying basis. The market is
slowly improving, 18 cents being the
top quotation in Chicago at this writ
ing, which will net the patron close to
13 cents per pound.:
From the Cbronlole-Index.
Commissioner. James Johnson was in
the city Monday and in conversation
uftyh the editor said that present pros
pects give promise of the largest crop
ever harvested in South Dakota, and
Mr1. Johnson knows what he is talking
about too.
The base ball sports have decided to
get together in the near future and
organize a ball team. The "kid" nine
has busted on account of some of the
members being unable to get away. A
team will be organized taking in about
four of the "kids" tind the rest old6r
players afteir which we will b&" ready to
play anything in the neighborhood.
PARKER.
COUNTY NEWS'
Important Happenings and Events From the
Various Neighborhoods in the County
Gathered by the HERALD'S Corps of Able
Correspondents, and Culled from
County Exchanges,
ABEL.
CENTERVILLE.
From the journal.
C. L. Linington has some, yery line
Dakota grown cherries, from the Al
derman fruit farm, near Hurley.
The recent heavy rains are begin
ning to show on the river, which is now
nearly up to the old time normal stage.
Donald Frazer has been yery sick for
about ten days, and but little hope of
return to his usual health is entertain
ed.
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From the Democrat.
Mrs. Dr. Melvin is a'.-very sick lady,
her case has required !the attendance
of expert physicians from abroad
Cashier Kumler reports the rainfall
since March 22nd to be 11.56 inches,
this is .44 less than 1 foot in 3 months.
A Rebecca Lodge was organized
here last Saturday evening. Thirty
one joined as members, the iollowing
officers were installed: Mrs. Quigley,
N. G. Mrs. S. V. Jones, V. tf. G. Mrs!
M. T. Hoyt, Treas. Mr8. Dr. Miller,
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Secy. There were quite a number of
prominent Oddfellows present from
abroad, viz C. J. Bach of Hurley, N. C.
Nash of Canton and Borland of Madi
son. After the installation ceremony
the entire company were seated
around the banquet board where a
pleasant hour was spent in feasting and
social enjoyment.
DAVIS.
From the Globe.
Andy Merrigan, living north of
Davis, lost a cow last Sunday evening
by being struck by lightniDg.
At the general school election held
in this district Jackson Davis was elec
ted as chairman of the school board for
the ensuing term.
Mrs. S. G. Chase has been yery sick
the past week with a heart trouble.
She is better at this writtlng and her
many friends hope for her speedy re
covery.
During the recent rise in wheat,
quite a considerable amount has been
marketed and a carload was shipped
from this point Saturday. We believe
this is only the second car of '9-i wheat
that has been shipped from Davis.
VIBORG.
Correspondence to The Herald.
J. J. Mansfield of Hurley was in town
Sunday.
Jens Nelsen will sell you twine by
the pound or car load.
Make calculations where to celebrate
the Fourth, and then get there.
An ice cream so6ial was held last
Saturday evening by- the Viborg cornet
band, in H. Petersen's grove. A good
time was had, and some of those pres
ent wore compelled to stay over night
on account of the rain.
GOOD NEWS.
We have good news to impart to the
readers ot the Herald this week, and
that is that arrangements have been
made with. the publishers of the Chi
cago Inter Ocean by which we are
again enabled, for a snort timer, to give
the Weekly Inter Ocean to all Herald
subscribers paying arrearages and one
year in advance.
One of the greatest campaigns in the
history of America will soon open, and
you should not let the opportunity
escape you to secure F1?EE the great
exponent of the people's cause.
ADVKKTISED LETTERS.
List of letters remaining in the post
office at Hurlev, South Dakota, June
1st, 1895. If not called for in 30
days they will be sent to the Dead-Let
ter Ofiicq at Washington:
DOMESTIC.
Fred Oberliii, Samuel Wilson, Sam
Loer, Lars Kloster, Alfred G. Hall.
Mrs. C. Coykendall, James W. Benson.
FOREIGN.
Johan Larson Husby.
When calliti'g for these letters
please say advertised.
A. M. RASMUSSEN. Postmaster.
Ci're tor Headache.
Asa remedy for all forms of head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
the very best. It effects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its influence.
We urge all who areafllicted to procure
a bottle, and give this remedy a fair
trial. In cases of habitual constipation
Electric Hitters cures by giving the
needed tone to the bowels, and few
cases long resist the use of this medi
cine. Try at once. Large bottles only
50c at E. Branch's drug store. 2.
Pleasant,' safe, harmless, invigorat
ing, restoring, healing and curative,
what ladies will find Dr. Sawyer's Pas
tilles are. Try a sample package. Sold
by Emiel Brauch.
FOURTH GF JULY RATES.
On July 3d and 4th the Northwestern
Line will sell excursion tickets st low
rates to local stations within 20C miles,
good for return' passage until Jaly 5th,
1895, inclusive. For tickets and full in
formation apply to Agents, Chicago &
Northwestern Ry.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer:—I have had llheu
matism since 1 was 20 tears old, but
since using your Family Cure have been
free from it. It also cured my husband
ot the same disease. Mrs. It. Con
nelly, Brooklyn, Iowa. E. Brauch.
NOTICE.
I have not gonfl into the machinery
business but I will sell you cheap for
cash or approytd security:
One good ytudebaker wagon, with
brake.
One set bo0 sleighjs.
One drag,,
Three 14-inch walking plows.
One cor* cultivator,
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One bread-cast seeder.
Enqui of E. Brauch at Pioneer
Drug Store, Hurley, South Dakota.
STATE DIRECTORY.
.. STATE OFFICERS.
C. H. SHELDON Governor
C. N. HERRIED Lieutenant Governor
THOS. THORSON Secretary
J. E. HIPPLE Auditor
KIRK G. PHILLIPPS Treasurer
C. I. CRAWFORD Attorney General
FRANK CRANE Supt. Public Instruction
J. L. LOCKHART..
Supt. School & Pub Lands
S. A. WHEELER... Com. Labor and Statistics
It. F. PETT1GREW U. S. Senator
J. H. KYLE U. S. Senator
.1. A. PICKLER Member of Congress
W. V. LUCAS Member of Congress
DIOHTON CORSON Supreme Court Judge
A. G. 1CELLIJM Supreme Court Judgo
J. G. FULLER Supreme Court Judge
COUNTY DIRECTORY.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
WM. ELLIOTT County Judge
UOllERT WAY Clerk of Court
C. M. PIER .Registerof Deeds
L. L. FLEEGER State's Attorney
S. H. FANCHER Auditor
F. K. BERRY Treasurer
ZEU STOUT Sheriff
J. W. WATSON Supt. of Schools
T.F.COLLINS Surveyor
Dlt. D. D.'HAGGARD. Corouer
JAMES ZUVER Assessor
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
JAMES JOHNSON First District
GEO. HOFFMEISTER Second District
J. It. LAMUERTZ Third District
ANDREW ICAUFFMAN Fourth District
A.W.BACON Fifth Disirict
HURLEY DIRECTORY.
TOWN OFFICERS.
T. J. HILL Trusteo, First Ward
D. DWYEIt, Sit, Trustee, Second Ward
J. A. SCOTT Trustee, Third Ward
PETER ALLEN .' Clerk
F. S. VAUGHAN, Treasurer
S. D.WHITE Marshal
Board meets on the second Monday evening
of each month at 8 o'clock o. m.
CHURCHES.
PRESBYTERIAN Sorvices every Sabbath
morning at 11 o'clock: Sabbath school at 19.
Evening service at 8 on each alternate Sab
biitli. Prayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing at 8 o'clock. CHAS. E. SIIAHP,
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Pastor.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.—Services every
Sunday at
a m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath
school immediately after morning services.
Prayer meeting Thursday evenings at 7:30.
John Ivaye, pastor.
SECRET SOCIETIES.
HURLEY LODGE No. 75, I. O. O. F.—Meets
every Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, in Odd
Fellows Hall. All brothers Invited to atteud.
J. H. Farnsworth, N. G. I. E. Thompson, It. S.
S. MCCOOK POST, No. 31, S. A. R.—Meets
on each Saturday evening preceedidg full
moon in each month at 7 p. m., inG. A. It
Hall. I. G. Ferguson, Commander: H. f.
Sanborn, Adjt,
OPPA LODGE A. F. and A. M.—Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall on the Tuesday evening on or
before the full of the moon. All Masons in
good standing are cordially invited to attend.
F. S. Vaughan. W.M. F. IB.Williams, Sec'y.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.—Meet
first Wednesday evening of each month at 8
clock sharp. J. T. Ho'gan, Venerable Con
sul A. W. Harper. Clerk.
C. & N. W. RY TIME TABLE.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
No. 6, Passenger
No. 24, Freight ...
... 2:00 p. m.
... 2:30 p.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
No- 5,, Passenger 12:17 p.m.
No. 25, Freight 11^)5 a. m.
H. It. Webster, Agent.
POSrOFFICE.
Ofiice hours during week 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Mail closes for norlh and west at 12:30 p.
Mail closes for easi'and south at lM5p
Mail to ChildstoTOi, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday of each^veek. Arrives at 12:00 noon
leaves at 1:30. P. M.
A. M. RASMUSSEN. Postmaster.
TIPS 1'1!#JI THE RAMS HOItN.
Sin is deadly when it can hide its
face.
The roi never does good unless the
hand of iove holds it.
Whet you shut your c-loa'et door, lock
it with a promise.
The devil Is most like a lion when he
looks most like a sheep.
It the wolf in sheep's clothing that
has !he sharpest teeth.
The devil has to work hard for all he
-gets in the home of a praying mother.
The old serpent has grown an inch
since he crept into the garden of Eden.
It is doubtful if the inau who makes
a long prayer expects a quick answer.
There is something
\vvopg
with the
preaching that won't hit a, sinner some
where.
es, if you come soon you can get
one of those large water color pictures
and a dozen cabinets tor three dollars
and fifty cents, at the Hurley Art Gal
lery. This offer is good for a few days
only. V'' M. S, ROBINSON.
STRAYED
From Hurley, S. D., two black
pontes, one horse and one mare, had on
halters. Have been traced to near
Hutchinson county line, directly west
ot Hurley, Monday, June 10. Finder
will please notity J. H. Muilenburg,
Hurley, S. D.
Pay for the Herald one year in ad
vance and you get the Weekly Inter
Ocean one year and a copy of "Coin's
Financial School."
Don't Tobacco
spit or
smoke your life away
is the truthful, startling title of a book
about No-to-bac, the only harmless,
guaranteed tobacco-habit cure that
braces up nicotinized nerves, elimi
nates the nicotine poison, makes weak
men gain strength, vigor and manhood.
You run no physical or financial risk,
as Xo-To-Bac is sold by Emiel Brauch
under a guaiantee to cure or raonev
refunded. Book free. Address Sterling
Remedy Co., New i' ork'or Chicago.
Notice to Subscribers of The Hur*
ley Record.
The Turner County Herald and Hur
ley Record having been merged, the
combined paper will hereafter be sent
to such forijfer Batons of the Record
as are now on the list until further no
tice. It is not the intention to send
two papers to those who have been tak
ing both papers—but we believe it
would be good policy for you all to"
have the extra copy sent to an eastern
friend. If this arrangement is not
satisfactory, please call, or notify by
letter. Respectfully
W. C. BROWN.
FILED AWAY.
Johnny had a nanny goat,
As black as rubber hose
He took his father's file orf® day
And tried to rub her nose.
Think not he filed away her nosCf
For on a summer's day
She eats the flowers from the grave
Where Jobnny's filed away.
—New York World.
PERSONAL.
,B. B. Allen went to Chamberlain
Monday. j.
W. E. Hillery went toCreston, Iowat
Saturday.
Attorney Goddard was transacting
business in Parker Monday.
Miss Viola Mills went to Parker
Monday, returning Tuesday.
John Schultz was up from Orange
City the fore part of the week.
Harry Pier and Will Sumner drovo
to Sioux Falls and back Sunday.
L. C. Campbell of Yankton is in town
this week talking life insurance.
Dr. Melvin and W. B. Loyd were
down from Parker Monday morning.
Mrs. A. F. Williams returned Thurs
day last from her yisit at Northyille.
A. O. Wolch and wife returned home
Saturday from their visit at Manches
ter and Spencer.
B. B. Allen Sundayed with his familv,
having returned Saturday from a busi
trip to St. Louis.
Erwin Benson and wife came down
from Parker Monday afternoon, return
ing Tuesday forenoon.
E. T. Langley, recently a resident of
Huron, S. but who now resides in
Iowa, was in town last night.
Miss Effie Berry came down from
Parker Saturday and remained over
Sunday as the guest of Miss Vera
Brown. J-
F. M. Brown and L. A. Bailey went
Des Moines Saturday. Fred returned
Wednesday and Mr. Baily is expected
next Tuesday.
Mrs. W. H. Robertson made the trip
to Sioux Falls and return Saturday/
driying to Davis and taking the Great
Northern railroad.
Mrs. W. S. Scott and children of
lreton, Iown, and Mrs. Cable of Shelby,
Iowa, arrived f.today for a visit with J.
A. Scott and family.
Mrs. John Frick 'and Mrs. Joseph
TJsteh sister-in-law and sister of Jos.
Frick visited in Hurley from Saturday
noon until Monday noon.
Mrs. J. Johannsen and children arriv:
ed from Orange City Tuesday, and Mr.
J. has gone to housekeeping in E.
Brauch's house on Monroe St.
Andrew Thompson returned Monday
from a trip to Pierre and the reserva
tion. Ho reports the grass abundant
on the range and cattle in fine shape.
Rev. E. T. Simpson was a passenger
on Saturday's north bound train, re
turning to Huron from a visit to his
brother and family at Council Bluffs,
Iowa.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Sitin Erup
tions. and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
ed. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
by E. Brauch, druggist.
Two for One,
Come in and subscribe for the Her
ald before August 1st or pay up your
back subscription and we will make a
present of Dakota Farmer until Janu
ary 1st, 189(5, free of charge. Dakota
Farmer is the farm paper our Dakota
armer friends should patronize.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer.
Sir:—After suffering,four years with
female weakness I was persuaded by a
triend to try your Pastilles, and after
using them one year, I can say I am
entirely well, cannot recommend
them too highly. Mrs. M. S. Brook,
Bronson, Bethel Branch Co., Mich.
Guaranteed Cure.
We authorize our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon
this condition. If you are afflicted
with a cough, cold Or any lung, throat
or chest trouble* and will use this
remedy as directed, giving it a fair
trial, and experience no benefit, you
may return the bottle and have your
money refunded. We could not make
this ofier did we not know that Dr.
King's New Discovery could be relied
on. It never disappoints. Trial dottles
free at E. Brauch's drug store. Large
&ize 50c and 81.

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