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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, March 05, 1896, Image 8

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Financial Statement
ot the Turner Comity Bank, at Hurlcy.'s. 1)., at
Ilie close of business Fob. M, 1H0C, nnulo to the
I'ltblie Examiner:
11E80CHCKS.
loniis and discounts, 40,440 19
Ileal estate, furniture and fixtures, 3,800 00
Kxpenses, •. ..!„• 575 32
fusil on hand and In banks,v 10,011 74
S55,427 '/5
LIABILITIES.'
Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits
Deposits subject, to check.
IVinand certllleatcs,
Time certificates.
iO.fiOO.lK)
lo/i-Ji.nn
15,801,40
1.4ST.2!
0,857.01
55.4'J7 -a
H. I, ItOllEUTSON.
I. DowxrNCJ, I'resident.
Assistant. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. a Notary
I'ublie, mis 3rd day of March, 1808.
|SK.W.] WAI.TKK II. JtOBBttTHO*.
twS Notary l'ubllc,
Financial Statement
Of '.lie Dank of Hurley, at Hurley, in the slate of
So- til iJakota, at the close of business I'cb
21 1805, made to the public examiner.
RESOURCES.
TjOi „s, discounts, and warrants 15.720 ."7
)In- iiiit House, furniture mid llxtures, 2,303 12
ovi. droits, "2
Current expenses. rite# 714 4:1
Cash on hand, and due fioin bank
Total
"XIAHIUT1KS.
Capital stock paid In,
Undivided prolits,
Deposits sul)|eet to cliei
Total.
Notice ol Chattel Mortgage Sale
Whereas,one Jacob .Johansen, of Turnercoun
v. state of South DaKota, Mortgagor, dlu.
lhe 22d day of Mav, A. 1). 18.05. make his certain
c.iialtul inortnage toJ. T. Hogaii of Hurley,Turn
er eouuty, S. »)., ort(ianee.
dated as
aforesaid
to secure the fo!lowin« indebtedness, to-wil
one promissory note of said date for $25, dm
Nov. 15,16!5. and one of same dateforS25.dll
Jan. 1, law, and winch niorlKu^e was llled in the
ofllce of the Heyisler of Deed* of Turner eoiiuty.
stale of South Dakota, on the 27th day of June.
180.*,, anil whereas, default lias been made in tlie
conditions contained in said mortniifie, which
default consists in failure to pay said note and
niortpaue
And Whereas, '1 hero is claimed to.be due, at
the1 date ot this notice the sum ol' Forty-nine
an(l,s9-100 Dollars, lor principal and Interest
anil statutory attorney's fee.
Now Therefore, Notice is heroby given that
bv virtue o£ said niorttjafre and the power of
sale therein contained and by order of said .1
T. Jlogan, the present owner thereof. 1 will sell
for rash' the following described chattels de
erlbeil In and mortgaged by said mortgage, at
Kellar's Livery liarn in town of Hurley, county
•of Turner, state of South Dakota, at the hour
three o'clock, IV '., of Saturday, the lltli day
-of March A. I)., ISflli. to wit
One 'acl bar and mirror, one ice box, one
beer faucet, one trout bar.
Hated March18s6.
KRIS STOUT, Agent of Mortgagee,
v' L. L, Fi.EKCjr.it, Attorney for Mortgagee.
First publication March 5,1500—7t.
Notico of Mortcajro Sato.
Whereas default, has been made In the pay
ment of the principal and interest of two certain
promissory notes secured by mortgage upon
real est-ite hereinafter described, which notes
and mortgage were executed by Anna M.' Spence
and William Menee, her husband, mortgagors,
residing at Warren county, state of Illinois, to
l'eter .Mien, mortgagee, of Hurley,'1 uruer coiin
tv. S. I)., dated January 1st. 1801, and recorded
Jii the olhce of the Register of Deeds ai ruriier
county, S. ii.. on January 10th. 1891, at 4 clock
1'. In liook in, on pages 294 and 2!i5ot llie
records of said olliee. and
Whereas, said default still continues, and on
account thereof, the mortgagee, who is the own
er and lirtlder of said notes and mortgage, has
elected to declare, and hereby declares the en
tire amount of notes and luterest immediately
due and payable and
Whereas, uo action or proceedings at law or
otherwise, have been had or instituted to re
cover the debt seeured bY said mortgage, or any
part thereof, aud
Whereas, the amount claimed to be due upon
said notes and mortcago at the dale of tins
notlfte is the sum of Twenty dollars ($20) prin
cipal. and One Dollar ami tlilrtv-Three cents
Jl.a: Interest, making a total of Twenty-one
Dollars and thirty-three cents ($21.33). besides
Ten dollar* (.-jto) legal attorney's fee stipulated
lor in said mortgage.
Now, therefor, notice is hereby given, that
under and bv virtue of the power of sale con
tained In said mortgage aud recoided therewith,
the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale
of the mortga-c-d premises described in said
mortgage at public auction, at Ilie tront door ol
the building last, used for holding Hie circuit
court, of Turner county. South Dakota, oui he
'20th day of Am II. ISflli. at one o'clock'!'. M. of
said day, by the sherllf of Turner county. South
a a
The mortgaged premises to be sold are situat
ed lu Turner county. S. D., and described as fol
lows. to-\vlt: The southwest quarter (SWU) of
section eighteen (18), township ninety-seven (97).
range littv-three (53). west of the 5th P. M.. con
tainlne ir a^res more or less according to gov
eminent survey thereof.
Dated at ilurlev. Turner County, S. I) March
2, 1S9U.
1'ICTKK AIXKN. Mortgagee
C. II. CoimAlit). Attorney for .Mortgagee.
"lerillTuri
ZUU STOUT, Sheri rner county S. 1).
First publication March 0,180G—7t.
Notico of Mortjjaso Sale.
"Whereas default has been made in the pay
ment of one certain promissory note interest,
f.a\«s and Insurance as stipulated in one certain
mortgage securing
said note upon real property
licreiuuiter described, which said mortgiu'e was
••exectitwd bytt. U, tJelmn and Isabella A. (iehon
ills wile, mortgagors,'to A. 0. Allen, mortgagee
aud is dated the 15th day of June. 3893, said
mortgagors residing at Ilurlev. Turner county,
S. D.,said mortgage, being recorded In tlie olliee
of the Register ot Deeds of Turnerconnty, S. D.
on the loth day ot June. 1893, at a o'clock 1*. M.
aud recorded Book 24. page 29s) of the records
ol said office, and
Whereas, said default still continues, and on
account thereof said mortgagee who is now the
owner and holder of said note and mortgage, has
elected to declare aud hereby declares tlie en
tire amount of said note and mortgage, includ
ing interest, taxes and insurance, immediately
duo and payable, and
Whereas, no action or proceedings at law or
otherwise, have been had or instituted to re
cover the debt secured bv said mortgage, or any
part thereof, and
Whereas the amount claimed to be due upon
the date of this notice is the sum of S250 princi
pal, §31.35 Interest, S1G.G5 taxes, paid by mort
gagee. 318 Insurance, paid by the mortgagee
making a total of §314.90, besides statutory at
torney feo of §10 stipulated for in said mort
gage.
Now, therefore, notico is hereby given that
under and by virtue of the power or sale con
1 allied in sa'd mortgage and recorded therewith,
tlie slid mortgago will be foreclosed by a sale ol!
the mortgaged premises therein and hereinafter
•described, at public auction at the front door of
the building last used for holding the circuit
court of I urner county, S. P.. at I'arker in said
county and state, by the sheriff of said Turner
county. S. P.. on the 20th day of April. lWui. at
the hour of 2 o'clock 1'. AI. of said day. The
mortgaged promises tn be sold are situated lu
Hurley, turner comity. South Dakota, and arc
described as follows, to-wit: Lot nine (91 of
block twenty-eliiht (26)of Hurley. South Dakota,
according to the recorded plat thereof.
Dated at Hurley. Turner county, S. I)„ this
2nd day of March, lS9(
A. C. AUJSX.
C. H. (JonuAitD, Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee. wm*
... Zicn STOUT.Sheriff Turner county. S. I). GAP
Chas. H. Goddard,
ATTORNEY
AT
LAW=
NOTARY I'UHI.IC. v,.
I1U1UEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
OOleoovei lamer County Kank.
ANNUAf, Sl'ATKHENT
For the year ^'tiding December SI, A. D. 1895.
of tlie condition and affairs of the liritish
America Assurance Company, of Toronto, or
ganized under the laws of the Dominion of
Canada, made to the Auditor of the State of
South Dakota, in pursuance of Ihs laws of said
sjnte.
TTORN1SYS FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS
IN THK STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA.
1st circuit. Robert W. Burns. Yankton. IsSgS
2nd circuit, J. J. Allen, Sioux falls.
3ru circuit, Horace Fishbaclt, Brookings.
4th circuit. Jno. N. Crow, Mitchell.
5th circuit. C. C. Fletcher. Aberdeen, yw
Ulh circuit, Henry K. Cutting, Pierre.
7th circuit, Henry E. Ualley. Rapid City.
8th circuit, J. F. Edmunds, Deadwood,
Organized or incorporated 1833, comnicnced
business 18:15.
I. PROPERTY OR ASSETS OF THE COM­
PANY.
Cash on deposit.
Accounts (not over three months
old) duo from agents
Premiums in course ot collection
Stocks and bonds owned by the
Company
Intercut due and accrued
Total assets,
II.
Losses yet unpaid S
Losses resisted
Am'tof unearned premiums on
all outhliiMling risks (South
3.037 70
Dakota Standard 10 per cent)
Salaries due officers and em
ployes
Other oxUtltig claims notinclud
ed in above
22.500 IM
10.000 00
IOOO O:I
7 S27
1.77K 41
1.000 00
4
Certilli'.atrs ol deposit, demand,
Hills payable,
Totnl liabitlcx,
III,
22,500 0!
C. .1. 1'ACII. ]'RCPMI-ut.
11 \V. I'llA'IT, Ass't Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me tills 4th
dav ol .March, 18!»5. KiVfiS l'KTKIi AU.F.N.
[SICAI.J "tip Notary Public.
30,193.08
177,720.50
lB,U8y.fi'-'
016,550.52
0.305.00
1,180.219.52
LIABILITIES.
135.I76.H)
14.117.83
403,382.tlU
HI.407.14
22,473.40
INCOME OF THE COMPANY DURING
THE YEAR 185)5.
S
Total premiums for year 1895
Interest receipts
IV.
1.172.448.08
S7.T45.01
Total receipts, 1,210,191.5^
F.XI^ENDITURES OF THE COMPANY
DURING THE YEAR 181)5.
Losses paid
Commission paid to agents
Salaries paid to otllcers and em
ployes
Taxes and fees to insurance de
partments
Other expenditures
•^Total expenditures, $
V.
Premiums on risks written
Amount of risks written
OK.OCH incurred during the year
Losses paid during the year
Dominion of Canada. Proviueo
of Ontario,
739.771.87
224.204.13
24.875.28
2 5.325.12
05,894.80
1,110,071.20
RISKS.
date of
$
Risks outstanding at the
ureecdlug st atenier.t
Risks written
statement
83.504.220.00
since preceding
109,7S0.1r'7.00
Total risks $ 193,290,377,Otl
Risks canceled during the year
1895. risks expired during the
year 1895, and reinsured I03,02t,~l...00
Net amount of risks in force $ 90,201,105.00
COMPANY'S STATEMENT OF BUSINESS
TRANSACTED IN THE STATE OF
SOUTH DAKOTA DURING
THE YEAR 1895.
o.725.tl4
100,8t0.00
... 41.14
35.91
County of York.
J. J. Kenny, Vico President, and P. H. Sims,
Secretary of the J3ritish America Assurance
Company, of Toronto. Canada, being duly
sworn, depose- anil say that the foregoing is a
full, true and correct statement of tlie affairs of
said Company. That the said Insurance Com
pany Is the bonivlide owner of at least One
Hundred Thousand Dollars of actual Cash
Capital, invested in State and United States
Stocks aud Bonds, or In Honds and Mortgages
of Real Estate unincumbered, and worth
double the amount, for which the same i.-i mort
gaged, aud thev arc the above descrtbcdotilcers
of said Insurance Company.
J.J. KKNNY.
I'. H. SIMS, President.
Secretary.,
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 27tli
day of January, 1890.
ISKAUL HKKUEHTL. DUNN.
Notary Publh
The state of South Dakota. Office ot State
Auditor—Department oflnsurance.
Company's certificate ol authority.
Whereas, the British America Assurance
Company, a corporation organized under tlie
laws of Canada, has llled in this office a sworn
statement exhibiting its condition and busi
ness for the year eudinu December 31, IS95. con
formable to the requirements of tlie laws of
this state regulating the business of insurance
Whcreos, The said Company has (lied in thi
office a duly certified copy of its charter, with
certificate of organization, in compliance with
the requirements of the insurance law afore
Now Therefore. I .1. K. Hippie, Auditor of the
State of South Dakota, pursuant to the provis
ions of said laws, do hereby certify that the
above named. Company is fully empoworcu
through its authorized agents, to transact its
appropriate business of Fire Insurance in this
State, according to the laws thereof, until the
31st day of December, A. D. 189i
In testimony wtiereur. I- n«ive hereunto se
my hand and f-cal at Pierre, this 31 dfty of
January, A. D. I 9
ISEAL.J J.E. HLPI'L.B,
Auditor.
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Address Wilbur F. V/akeman, General Secretary,
tS6 West 23d 8tr*et, New York.
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Turner County Herald.
Published Every
Thursday.
HURLEY, S. D., MARCH 5, 1800.
OFFICIAL PAPER.
HEl'UnLlCAN STATE CONVKNTIONS.
The republicans of South Dakota will meet in
delegate convention in the city of Huron, on
Wednesday, March &>, 18V6. at 12 o'clock noon,
for the purpose of electing eight delegates to
represent the republican party of South Da
kota in the republican national convention to
be held in the city of St. Louis Juno lfi. ltiutf.
The republicans of South Dakota will also
meet in the city of Aberdeen on Wednesday,
July 8th, 1890, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose
of placing in nomination candidates for the fol
lowing named offices:
Four presidential electors.
Two representatives in congress.
Governor.
Lieutenant Governor.
Secretary of ntate.
State Auditor.
State Treasurer.
Attorney General.
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Commissioner School and Public Lands.
Commissioner of Labor and Statistics.
One Railroad Commissioner for all of South
Dakota lying west of the Missouri river.
One Railroad Commissioner for all of South
Dakota lyinK east of the Missouri river and
south of the second standard parallel.
One Railroad Commissioner for all of South
Dakota lvlng east of the Missouri river and
north oft he second standard parallel.
And the transaction of such other business as
may legally como before such convention.
It Is recommended that an alternate to each
delegate be elected and that, no proxies be al
lowed and that the delegatesor their alternates
present at the convention be empowered to
cast
the full vote of their county.
The basis of representation for each of the
organized counties in each of the state conven
ons embraced In this call will be one delegate
at large and one additional delegate for each
seventy-live votes, or major fraction thereof,
east for Hon, Charles H. Sheldon for governor
in 1894. The counties will be entitled to dele
tes as follows:
County. Vote. Delegate.
Aurora 412 7
lJeadle 1118 10
Bon Homme 1051 15
irookings 1070 15
Brown 1730 .24
Brule ti 13 9
Buffalo 100
Butte 275.
Campbell S4I
Charles Mix f03 ..
Clark sua
lay 10IU'
Codington 1104
Custer MS
Davison (137
Day 1001 ....
Deuel f75
Douglaas 0'.
Edmunds Ml
Fall River (Ml
Faulk (508 ....
rant 973
Hamlin 6B8 ....
Hand 039
Hanson 413
Hughes 528....
Hutchinson 1360
Hyde 237
Jerauld 297
Kingsbury 818
Lake 708
Lawrence ..1881
Lincoln
Lyman
Marshall. ..
McCook
McPherson..
Meade
Miner..."
Minnehaha
Moody
Penuington
Potter
Roberts
Sanborn
Spink
Stanley
Sully
Turner
Union
Walworth...
Yankton
Dated at Watertown, S. D., this 10th day of
February. 1896.
Dy order of the State Central Committee.
A. C, JOHNSON, Chairman.
LEE STOVEH, Secretary.
An Archbishop's Absentmindedness.
A correspondent writes: "The stories
of nbsentmindeduess might be supple
mented by the following instance in the
life of Archbishop Trench Dining at
home one evening he found fault with
the flavor of the soup. Next evening ho
dined out at a large dinner party. For
getting for the moment that he was not
in his own house, but a guest, lie ob
served across the table to Mrs. Trench,
'This soup is, my dear, again a fail
ure. "—Westminster Gazette.
How Ioelanders Take SnufT.
A peculiarity concerning the use of
onuff iu Iceland may bo of interest. The
snufif is made into bars after the manner
of plug tobacco, aud is sold in that shape
to tho natives, nearly all of whom are
addicted to its uso and prefer it thus
pvepared. The Icelander allows the nail
on the right hand thumb to grow long
for the purpose, and when using the
snuff scratches it off the bar with this
nail on the back of tho left hand and
applies it to the nose.
j' Anxious to Comply.
Professor (to studont)—You should
have written on this subject, sir, so that
tho most ignorant of your audience
could understand all that you havo to
say on the subject.
Student—What part of my production
is not clear to you, sir?—Boston Com
mercial Bulletin.
A Buttermilk Well*
Did you ever see a buttermilk well?
I mean a well that yields buttermilk.
No, there are no buttermilk wells
about here that I know of, but I saw
ono out in northern Indiana once. It
was connected with a creamery. There
is no market for buttermilk there, and
tho inhabitants of tho town, who can
get all tho buttermilk they want for
nothing by simply going after it, never
touch it- As fast as the great revolving
churns have precipitated their wealth of
golden butter tho milky residuum is
run off into the troughs that lead to tho
buttermilk welL From thence it is
pumped up to feed hogs, being distrib
uted by a system of troughs among the
pens. These hogs are merely kept to
utilizo the buttermilk, which would
otherwise go to waste, and the fatness
of theso animals so fed defies words.
Very little else is given them. Butter
milk pork is said to be superior, espe
cially when supplemented with corn.
—New York Herald.
Sparrows Served an Reedblrtls.
There are few restaurants iu tho city
•where sparrows are not served up as
reedbirds. It has become a regular busi
ness and may ultimately
({i_
BOIVO
jtf% A
a^-Atikssr
$1.50
$1.50
5
8
8
$2.00
.12
..14
..111
$2.00
$2.15
$2.15
$2.50
$2.25
...
.... 1ft
.... 9
.... 9
8
.... 9
... 9
.. .14
....10
....10
8
...19
4
.. S
.12
1 1
.1124
...2B
...20
...3
...
...
10
.. .1
... 7
8
...
35
1 1
1 1
0
...15
8
.. .17
... 3
...5
.. 21
...1(5
... 5
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.. .. 139
404
071
772
... 425
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2580
764
.... 732
359
....
1005
.... 509
1 2 1 1
.... nr.
28(1
.... 1481!....
1135
322
....!
1320
Total..
598
In addition to the above number of delegates
each unorganized county will be entitled to one
delegates in each of the conventions.
Siilo Notice.
Office or Commissioner of School ami Public
lands.
Notice is hereby given, that, on thc2?lh day of
Marcl., lKDfi, all of tli'* unsold and unleaseu
school lands in the county of Turner will be
offered for sale at public auction, in the highest
bidder at the front door of tho courthouse in
said county. Said sale will be held between
the hours of ten o'clock A. M., and tive o'clock
P. M. each day until all the tracts of school
lands have been offered for sale.
I.ease Notice.
Olliee of Commissioner of School and Public
lauds.
Notice is hereby Riven, that 011 the 28th day of
March, 18UB, all the unsold and unleased school
lands in the county of Turner will be offered for
lease to the highest bidder, at public auction at
the front door of the court liousein said county.
Said leasing will be held between the hours of
ten o'clock A. M. and live o'clock P. M. of each
day. until all the tracts of school lands have
been offered for lease.
Pierre, S. 1)., Jan. 1-1, 1896.
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THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN
THE WEEKLY TOLEDO BLADE
Pierre, S. D., Jan. M, 189(5.
J. I,. LOCKHAIIT.
Commissioner of School and Public Lands.
Commissioner of School and Public Lands.
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The most fertile aud prolific section of the new northwest, embracing an area
of over 11,001) square miles, abounding- in unlimited resources.
Countless acres of farming' lands, denso forests of pine, fir, tamarack and cedar
—fine coal, building stone and precious metals—unexcelled water supply.
Tho only portion of Montana where irrigation is wholly unnecessary and not
employed in the cultivation of crops—delightful and healthful
climate—unsurpassed in productiveness—homes for all.
Flathead country is located iv the northwestern corner of Montana. The main range of
the Rocky Mountains forms the eastern boundary, and the Kootenai range the western. The
Flathead Valley is much larger than several of the smaller eastern states. It comprises prairie
lands, timber hinds, bench lands and lowlands. The resources are agriculture, lumbering, stock
ranges, coal, iron, building stone deposits, clay, limestone and procious metals.
As for climate, no part of the continent can present any greater charms to the home seeker
The mild seasons are due to the Chinook winds from the Pacific. The air is pure from the sur
rounding forests
mountain pines and plentiful streams of never failing water from snowy
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Gives the valley shipping facilities west, to tho X^acillc coast and east to St. Paul and Minneapolis
Kallspell, the county seat of Flathead county, has a population of .'.'.ftUO peopk) and is the dis
tributang and receiving point for a largo scope of country abounding in untold wealth. It eon
tains.'{national banks, 3 newspapers, water works, electric lights, good schools and churches, f]
and all classes of business are represented. It is located on the Flathead river, a navigable
stream. Flathead lake, noar by. is tho largest body of fresh water in the Rocky mountains.
For information about the Flathead Valley, address C. E. Conrad, Kilispell, Mont., or F. I.
Whitney. G. P. & 1'. A. G. N. Hy.. St. Paul. Minn.
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