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STATE DIRECTORY.
STATE OFFICERS.
C. H. SHELDON uovernor
C. N. HEHRIE1) Lieutenant Governor
THOS. THOltSON Secretary
J. K. HIPPLE Auditor
"KIRK G. PHILLIP PS Treasurer
'C. X. CKAWFOKD Attorney Ocnerul
FRANK OKANIi, Supt. Public ItiHlruction
.T. L. LOCKHART. Sup I. School & Pub Lands
S. A. VVHEELKR .. Com. Labor and Statistics
K. P. PETTIGKEW.
J. H. ICYL12
J.'A.PIOKLKIt
Mi. .1. (JAKI3LI-:
DIGH'i'ON CORSON.
13. HANKY
G. PULLER
E. E. BERRY
•JOS. FRIOK,
1)! W. FAIKCH1LD,
PETER ALLEN....
F. S. VAUGHAN....
D. 0. WARD..
U. S. Senator
U.S. Sunator
..Member of Congress
..Member of Congress
.Supreme Court Judge
Supremo Court Judge
.Supreme Court ud«c
I
COUNTY DIRECTORY.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
WM, ELLIOTT
ROH1CRT WAY
C. M. PI Ell
,'L. L. PXjEECJER. ...
S. 11. FANCHER....
1". K. liHlRUY
55ISU STOUT
J.W.WATSON. ...
T. F. COLLINS
DR. H. S. GRAVES
JAMES UUVER....
JACOM HOEFLINGER..
1. H. NEWKY
J. R. LAMBERT/,
'ANDREW KAUFFMAN.
A. W. HACQN
... County .I ud|{'
Clerk of Court
Register of Deeds
.. State's Attorney
,/vuditor
Treasurer
Sheriff
., Supt. of Schools
Surveyor
Coroner
Assessor
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
...First District
.Second District
Third District
..Fourth District
Fifth District.
.HURLEY DIRECTORY.
TOWN OFFICERS.
Trustee. First Ward
Trustee, Second Wurd
Trustee, Third Ward
PRESBYTERIAN services every
•i
Cleric
.Treasurer
.Marshal
Board meets on the second Monday evening
of caon month at 8 o'clock o. m.
CHURCHES.
morning at It o'clock Sabbath school at. 18.
Evening service at 8 on each alternate Sab
bath. Prayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing at 8o'clock. Ciias. E. Sharp.
Pastor.
jMETHODIST EPISCOPAL.—Services every
Sunday at 11 a in. and 7:30 p. mj Sabbath
•school immediately after morning Services.
Prayer, meeting Thursday evenings at 7:30.
JS. W. Akora. pastor.
SECRET SOCIETIES.
JEIURLEY LODGE No. 75, I. O. O. F.—Meets
overy Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, in Odd
Fellows Hall. All brothers invited to attend.
S. Welch. N. Q. E. brauch. R. S.
E S. MCCOOK POST, No. 31, G. A R.—Meets
on each Saturday evening precoedidg full
moon In each month at 7 p. 111., in O. A. R.
Hall. Gno. L. Palmer, Commander: H. J.
Sanborn, Adit.-
JOPPA LODGE A. F. and A. M.—
Meets at Odd
Follows Hall on the Tuosday evening on or
boiore the full of the n.ooii. All Masons in
good standing are cordially inv.ted to attend.
H. K. Webster. W. M.: F. B.WJUiams, Sec'y.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.—Meet
first Wednesday evening of each month at 8
o'dlock sharp. J. T. Hogan, Venerable Con
sul W. H. Robertson. Clerk.
C. & N. W. RY TIME TABLE.
TRAINS GOING EAST.5#
No. 6, Passenger
No.84,Freight ..s
No. 5, Passenger
No. 26, Freight...
3:18p. m.
2:30 p. in
TRAINS UOING WBSTi':
ii .• 1:2i p. m.
11 :tf a. m.
H. K. Webster, Agent.
POSTOFFICE.
Office.hours durinr week......
.8 a. to p. m.
Mail closes for north and wost at 1: IS p. m.
Mail closes for oast and south at 3:35 p. 111.
Mail to Ohildstown, Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday of each weolc. Arrives at 12:00 noon,
ISaves at 1:8P. P. M.
A. M. Rasmussen.Postmuster.
Vacation Tours.
Reduced rate excursion tickets aro
now being sold by the North western
line to all of tho oopulor summer re
sorts of the east. Fast train service
to Chicago, where direct connection is
made with through trains of eastern
•lines. For tickets and full information
apnlv to agents Chicago & Northvvest-
e™
R,
Cheap Excursion* to tho West and Nortli
west.
On .August 4, 18, September 1, 15, 2.),
October (i and 20, 1890, the Northwest
ern line (Chicago & Northwestern R'v)
will sell Horaeseekers' excursion tick
pts at very low rates to a large number
of points in the west and northwest.
For tickets and full information aprly
to agents Chicago & North western
'life
llS
A. P. T. L«
the American Protective Tariff League
Is a national organization advocating
Protection to American Labor and
Industry as explained by its constitu­
tion, as follows
41
Tho ofcyect of thif League shall beta pretsefc
American labor by a tariff on importo. which shall
vloquately s&flure American industrial nrcoucts
age ins- the competition of foreign labor.'
There are no" personal or pilvato
profits in connection with the organiza­
tion and it is sustained by memberships,
feor.tributions and the distribution of its
publications. ,.f%
FIRST: Correspondence i« eolioited regerding
"•Memberslvp and Official Correspondents.
rrCOND: We need and welcome contributions,
whuthor small or l&rge, to our causo.
THIRD: We publish a large line of documents
fccvoring nil phases of the Tariff question. Com
Mstiastwill be mailed to any address for 50conts.
FOURTH Send postal oard request for fro*
aanvll i."ny of the American Economist.*'
Addi-Sis Wilbur F. Wake man, General Seorotary,
UI5 Wast 23d StrMt. New York.
Turner County Herald.
Published Everv Thursday.
HURLEY, S. D., SEPT. 3, 1896.
OFFICIAL PAPER.
Itcimluloftn County Coiivcnl ioti.
A delegate convention of the republicans of
'1 ijrner comity Is hei-i by called to meet In Opera
liitll ill the town of Hurley. lM iday. .September
Ill, 1S!M at at. 10 a. in., for the purpose of
placing In nomination candidates im- the fol
lowing ollieesi
One Seiiaioi'.
three Itepreseii'.ahveH,
One Treasiu'er.
Onu Kegister of leeds.
Oiic Clerk of Courts.
One Couiitv Judge
.One Stale's Altorney.
hie County Superintendent of Schools.
One Sherilf.
One Auditor.
One Surveyor^
lite oroller.
Konr Justices ol the l'eacc,
Pour Constables.
Delegates from the 1st, 3rd and 5th districts
will each nominate one county commissioner for
their respective districts.
It is recommended that the republican voters
assemble at tin- several meeting places for hold
ing caucuses In the comity on Kriday. Septem
ber IS, lttlii, and elect delegates to said conven
tlon.
1 lie basis of representation in said convention
will be one delegate at large for each township
and one delegate lor each twenty-live (il) votes
or major tract Ion thereof cast in each precinct,
for the lion. 0. It. Sheldon fol* governor in lwn.
Undersiie.il apportionment, the precincts will
be entitled to delegates as follows:
Vote Del.
cnterville, %-K pjt
turner. !(7-r2 87 4
Mlddleton, UK-5'2 70 -1
I'inlay, i!)-r2 57 3
Home, in (-52 i« a
i'anevijle, uu-wi 3 4
Swan Lake, 07-53 .. .07 4
Hurley, 118-53 HiO 7
Parker, U!)-33, l'arker precinct til 3
IKl-ftS, l'arker city
•First ward,...". ...87 1
.Second ward 45 2
Third want 51 2
lirolhersUeld. lon-fti, 11 3
Spring Valley. 97-04 71 4
Norwav, !i*-rl, 52 3
Marlon. !H)"4 7i! 4
Monioe, 10(1-54 3ti 2
Idylwilde, 97-05 (i4 4
llii(lstown. il8-r5, 70 4
Itoscliel'l, 99-05, 82 4
Ihilton, IOO-S3, 55 Si
'total 711
I lie several township committeemen will
please take notice and see. that the caucuses are
regularly called and due notice given.
Bv order of the Turner comity republican cen
tral committee.
Dated at. Hurley, S. D., Aug. I8t.li. l'JOG.
JiMItfl, llKAUOli,
Chairman.
Republican Township Caucus.
A republican caucus of Hurley Township
township 98. range 03. will he held In the town of
Hurley, Friday. September 18, at 2 |i. 111. in
Opera hall to elect 7 delegates to attend county
convention to be held at Hurley September 2.it.h,
to nominate county otlicers as "per call.
KMIKi. MHAUCII,
Committeeman.
TREASURER'S REPORT.
SPRING VALLEY, DISTRICT NO. 30,
County of Turner, State ol South Dakota, for
the yoar ending June 30, 1»S)0.
ItECKIPTS:
Balance on hand July 1st, lKp.ri $
Amount received from apportionment
during the year as follows:
First quarter. $ 13 05
Second quarter, 07
Third quarter. 4a
Fourth quarter, 7 07
Total, 35 81
Amount received from district tax, 2ii) 68
Total receipts, 5 y8n 39
KXPENMTUHKS!
Amount paid for teacher's wages If ISO 1X1
Amount paid for services of school offi
cers a 00
Amount paid for other purposes 113 24
Cash in hands of district treasurer 15
Total to balance above receipts $ 285 30
It. D. Ransom.
Treasuser.
FINANCIAL REPORT,
of Hurley School District No. 6, of Turner Co.,
D,, for the year ending June 30th, 1806:
HECEll'IS:
balance on hand July 1st, U95. ,$1323 38
Kecetevd trom apportioment 8K4 35
Received trom direct tax 5203 39
fjii Total
EXPMKDITUUKS:
furniture, fixtures and apparatus
I'eachers waires
Interest paid ou bonds
Amount paid for redemption of bonds
I'aid for services of school olllcers.?4
Paid for other purposes
Cash in hands of district treasurer j:
First publication Aug. 27-6t.
SliKUlFF'S SAl.K.'f
Svdcc of Sollth Dakota,
ta,
$7411 12
S 508 34
25H7 50
2IIH 50
20(X) 00
58 00
H25 37
1034-41
Total $7411 12
Bonds outstanding, unpaid, $ 500 00
I certifly the above statement to be correct
to the best of my knowledge und belief.
J. M. Wit
AY.
jj Clerk.
First publication July 23-"t.
NOTIOIS OF MOllTGAtili S.VI.K.
Whereas, default has been made in the pay
ment of the principal and Interest on one prom
issory note and mortgaKe dated June 2(5. tsso
executed by Anton M. Uasmussen and Cenia
Kasmussen. his wife, mortgagors, of Turner
comity, South Dakota, to A. P. Hoyd, of Hurley,
Turner county. South Dakota. inortKa«ee. which
liiortKane was recorded in the otliee of the reg
ister of deeds of Turner Co. S. D., on June £0,
tastf. at one o'clock p, in., and recorded book
1'. pasie 372 of the records of said office and.
Whereas, no action or proceedimrs at law or
otherwise have been instituted t.o recover the
debt secured by said mortgage, or any part
thereof and,
Whereas, it was stipulated in said mortgage
that if default should lie made in the payment of
any installment of the principal or interest
promptly at the time the same should become
due. then the whole sum, both principal and in
terest, at once become due and.
Whereas, the whole amount of the principal
and interest lias become due by reason of such
default and,
Whereas, the amount claimed to be duo upon
SHid mortgage at the date of Mils notice is file
sum of $32». 16, to-wit: #400 princ pal. $97.Sv! in
terest, $17.:m tixes paid by mortgagee ami $10
statutory attorney's fee stipulated for in said
mortuage
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and
in pursuance of the statutes in such case made
and provided, the said mortgage will be fore
closed by a sale of the mortuag-d premises
therein described, at public auction, at the front
door of the. building wherein the circuit court,
was last held, in the city of l'arker and county
ot Turner and State of South.Dakota, on Satur
day. the 6th day of September, i.soo. at one
o'clock p. in. of that day. The mortgaged prem
ises are situated in the county of Turner in
the state ot South Dakota, and are described as
follows, to-wit: Lot number three i.'t) of block
number twenty-two (2-2), town of Hurley, tur
ner county, South Dakota, as platted and re
corded.
Dated at Hurley. S. D.. .July 22. lffC.
A. P. JSOV«.
0. H. Goddahd, Att S Mortgagee.
Notice for Bids for County Physicians.
The board of county commissioners will ro
eetve sealed bkls for two county pbysiciuus
One for tbfi north und one for the south half ot
the county. Bids to Include services and medi
cine for one year. The eounty to he divided on,
township line between townships 98 and 09.
All bids to be on tile with the eountv auditor
on or before September 5th, 1896.
Board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids.
Dated at Parker, S. D. July 28th, 1896.
S, H. FANCHEK,
Audi'or.
•*«'.
Hti
County of Turner.
In Circuit Court, First Judicial Circuit.
Marlus T. Johnson and Charles'!
Peterson.
Plaintiffs,
v.
Wilhelm Senner, Cornelius W e
dell. F. M. Slagle & Co, Emiel
Uruuch. Thomas J. Hill, J. H.
Queal & Co.. Henry W. Millffc
C. E. Jousberg, Peter Hols
worth, and Charles E. lionsou,
Defendants.
Public notice is Hereby
given
that by virtue
of a special execution. i.ssuS'1out of the Ciicuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit. !Q
the county of Turner. South
Dakota,
upd!1 tilt
&ind day of August, 189tS, to me directed and ue
lirured: which execution is based upon a judg
ment and decree, rendered In said court, in-the
above entitled action, upon the Mud day of May,
I SHI. which said judgment and decree tl* dock
eted, entend and recorded in said court upon
the lOlli day of June, I WW. wherein judgment
was rendered in favor of the plaintiffs. Marius
'1'. Johnson and Charles Peterson and also 111
favor of the defendants F. M. Slagle &CO..J.
H. tjueal & Co and Henry W, Mills, against
the defendants Wilbelhi Senner and Cornelius
Wedell and against the property flcseribed in
said judgment and decree, 1
shall upon Satur
day the 3d day of October. lMHi, at the hour of
two (2) o'clock p. m. of said dav, at the trout
door of the building in which the last- term of
the circuit court was held, in the city of Parker.
Turner county, South Dakota, offer for sale, to
the highest and best bidder fbt »»sh in hand,
all the real estate and property described and
ordered to be sold in said judgment and decreoi
or so much thereof as may be suilicient to raise
the amount due to the plaintiffs and the defend
ants F. M. Slagle & Co., J. H. Queal & Co. and
tleiiry W. Mills, together with the costs taxed
and allowed in said judgment and decree,
amounting in the whole to the sum of five hun
dred and forty-four dollars and eleven cents.
{ifoJl 11). with interest thereon from the 2d dllv
of May, 18U0. at the rate of seven (7) percent,
besides all accruing costs of sale.
Said property is described as follows, to-wit:
All that part of out lot Cin the town of Hurley,
county of Turner, and state of South Dakota,
and bounded us follows: O11 the north by a
line parallel with and distant north three hun
dred (300) feet from the south line of said out
lot on the east by a line uarallel with and dis
tant west one hundred and eighty (180) feet
from the east line of Park Doulevnad of said
town, extended south on the south by the
sout'j line of said out lot C, and 011 the west by
a line parallel with and distant west two hun
dred twenty-five (!K5) feet from said east line
of said Park boulevard of said town of Hurley,
extended south, subject to all legal highways,
as said out lot and Houlevard Avenue drawn
and described 011 the plat of said town of Hur
ley. i.s recorded in the office of the register
of deeds of said Turner county, together with
the buildings and improvements thereon situ
ated. and all appurtenances thereunto belong
ing or in anywise appertaining,
Dated August 22. 18D6.
ZED STOUT.
S. V. Jones, Sheriff Turner County, S,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Marvelous Results.
From a letter written by Ilev.
(rundennnn, ot Dimotulak, Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract: "I
have no hesitation in recommending
Dr. King's New Discovery, as there
suits were almost marvelous in the
case of my wife. While 1 was pastor
of the Baptist Church at Rives June
lion she was brought down witli Pneu
in tin in succeeding La Grippe. Terrible
paroxysms of coughing would last
hours with little interruption and it
seemed as if she could not survive
them. A friend recommended Dr
King's Mew Discovery it was quick in
its work and highly satisfactory in re
suits." Trial Bottles iree at Tioneer
Drug Store. Regular size ode and 81.
A very brief and strong document en
titled, "Manufacture" a comparison of
the development under the American
policy of Protection with the opposite
policy in other countries by His Excel
lency, Chas. Warren Lippet of Rhode
Island, has been issue by the American
Protective Tariff League. It is known
as Defender Document No. 60.
Diarrhea and Dysentery
are dangerous, and you should not be
without a bottle of Beggs' Diarrhea
Balsam in the house at this season of
the year, as it relieves at once. No bad
results follow. Sold by E, Brauch.
The Hcst is The Cheapest.
Foley's Sarsaparilla is from three to
ten times stronger in blood cleansing
qualities than any other proprietary
modictne. Trial size, 50c. B. F.
Vauglian.
Electric Hitters.
Electric Jitters'is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed, when the htngiiid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious favers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and free
ing the system from the malarial pois
on. Headache, indigestion, constipa
tion, dizziness yield to Electric Bitters.
f)0c. and $1 per bottle at Pioneer Drug
Store.
lieges* Tropical Oil*
The only liniment on the market to
day that has a positive gaurantee to do
all the label calls for. Its great strength
and wonderful curative powers are par
ticularly noticeable in deep-seated dis
eases such as Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
etc. Brauch keeps it.
Found.
At Vaughan's drug store, a marve
lous cure for all kidney comulaints,
nervous exhaustion and female weak
ness. It is the Clinic Kidney Cure.
?-Halt* Hates to Sioux Ft^ls.
On account of the Tri-State Fair the
Northwestern line will, from September
IS) to 2C, inclusive, sell excursion tick
ets to Sioux Falls and return at one
fare for the round trip, good returning
until and inculding September 28, 1S96
For tickets and full information apply
to agents Chicago & Northwestern R'y
Your Hair Can Be Saved
from falling ont or turning gray. This
is a positive fact, and we gaurantee
Beggs' Hair Renewer to do it. it
cleanses the scalp, leaving the hair
glossy and luxuriant. Sold by E,
Brauch.
DON'T STOP TOBACCO.
How to Cure Yourself While Using It.
The tobacco habit grows on a man
until his nervous system is seriously
affected, impairing health, comfort and
happiness. To quit suddenly is too se
vere a shock to the system, as tobacco
to an inveterate user becomes a slimu
laut. that his system continually craves.
Baco-Curo" is a scientific cure for the
ibacco habit, ^in all its forms, care
fully compounded after the formula of
in eminent Berlin physician who has
used it in his private practice since
1802, without a failure. It is purely
e^etable and perfectly harmless. You
an use tobacco while taking the
ALLEN'S AGENCY
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN
THE SEMI-WEEKLY J0UTNAL
Baco-Curo." It will notify you when
to stop. We give a written gaurantee
to cure permenently any case with 3
boxes, or refund the money with 10 per
cent, interest. "Baco-Curo" is not a
substitute, but a scientific cure, that
cures without the aid of will power and
with no inconvenience. It leaves the
system as Dure and free from nicotine
as the day you took your first chew or
smoke.
CURED BY BACO-CURO AND GAINED 30
POUNDS.
From hundreds of testimonials, the originals
of wliicli are on llle and open to inspection, the
following is presented:
Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jail, 28,1895.
Eureka Chemical & M,t'g. Co., LaCrosse. Wis.
(jentii'inen: For forty years I used tobacco in
all its forms, l-'oi twenty-tivi: years of that Unit'
1 was a great sufferer from general debility and
heart, disease. For liltenn years I tried to _(iuit
hut couldn't. took various remedies, among
ithers '-No.To-Hac," "The Indian Tobacco Anti
dote," "Double Lioride of (Sold." etc., etc., but
none of them did me the least lit of good. 1'i
nally. however, 1 purchased a box of your"liaco
Curo" ami it lias entirely cured me of the habit
in all its forms, and 1 have increased thirty
pounds in weight and am relieved of all the nu
merous aches and pains of body and mind. I
could write a quire of paper upon iny cliangsd
feelings and condition.
Yours respectfully, 1'. II. ahuuby.
Pastor C. P. Church. Clayton, ArK.
Sold bv all druggists at SI per box three boxes
(thirty days' treatment) $2.50 with iron-clad,
written gaurantee, or sent on receipt of price.
Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka Chemical
& Mfg. Co., Lacrosse. Wis., and Boston, Mass.
If you want to purchase a first-class,
high-grade bicycle call at the Herald
office and see what we can do for you
on a Monarch, one of the best wheels
made.
Hcg-gs' German Salve.
The Perfect Ointment. Cures where
others fail. Its extraordinary curative
power has been proved in the thous
ands of cases of piles, for which we
hold testimonials. You'- popular drug
gist, E. Brauch, sells it.
Qan negotiate you a loan on your farm at reasonable rates, and give
you privilege to repay on any interest pay day. Money furnished
promptly,
WE STILL SELL. STEAMSHIP TICKETS.
LIST YOUR LAND WITH US IF YOU WISH TO SELL.
REMEMBER--4'Crops Never Fail in Turner County.''
'wmim mw
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$1.50 Pays for the Herald, and Sioux City Journal
$2.15 Pays for the Herald, Inter Ocean and Journal.
$2.25 Pays for Herald and Cosmopolitan.
Call at Herald Office or Send Orders by Mail.
BICYCLES
We have the Largest
Parties wishing to buy will do well to call on
me before purchasing.
WHEELS STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
1 S. D„
ik?:s
J\ fe P. ALLEN.
THE TURNER COUNTY HERALD.
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PROPRIETOR OF
City Meat Market,
Hurley, South Dakota.
A first class Meat Market where at all times may be found
Choice Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Hams, Shoulders, Potted, Dried
and Salted Meats, and everj'thing' usually kept in a welk regulated
uarket. Highest market price paid for hides and tallow. Poultry
wanted. Will pay highest price for butcher's stock.
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2 ii 5,0
fs the Atojt
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