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Turner County Herald
HURLEY. S. D.. OCT. 1. 1S&6 OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. I'UKLISIIKII in W. C. BROWN. IIK.MIIKU OK SOUTH DAKOTA OF I'KKIM S OUTH DAKI ASSOCIATION. Oil-iM 1'KK KAlt. Ill AltVMK'f mm M.,iuiiKT, CORRECTKD EVERY WKRK. Whe"t—No. 1 Northern—53$o. Wheat—No. 2 Northern— o2&.. Oats—No. 3 White—11 Jo. Flax said—5c. Corn—15c. LOCAL, JIKNTKIS. lfpgular Dakota weather. Satisfaction of mortgage blanks for it this office. Some genuiue bargains in improved farms. Allen's Agency The delinquent lax list will appear in the Herald next week. MONEY at Turner Countv Bank to loan on land, and farm lands formal"1. A number of farmers who have lo*i their hogs are buying range cattle to eat up their corn. The demo-pop convention conven^'h iu Hurley today to name victims for the November slaughter. Mr. A. O. Rowe of Sioux Falls, son of Prof. A. M. Rowe, is now employed in the Pioneer drug store. .. 'Jf you want any sound money litera ture call on E. Brauoh and he will fur nish you a good assortment. Anthony Benson informs the Herald that he is moving from Idylwilde town ship to a farm near Monroe, in the northern part of the county. C. E. Addrews has rented the rooms in the second story of the building wot of J. Sargent's store, and will soon move his family in from the farm. Last night was Bryan night in Hur ley, his followers turned out in ton: from all parts of "the county, and they had two bands and about 200 torches in line. The republican central committer and nominees on the legislative and county licket ttieet in Hurley, Tuesday, Oct. 0, to formulate plans for the cam paign. Candidate Biyan will speak at Sioux Falls Friday, Oct. 9, and it is proposed by the McKinley papers of that city that he be given a regular western re ception. C. J. Bach is expected home Satur day. He has been traveling in Mexico and will no doubt be able to give us all pointers on the condition of monetary afiairs in that country, Mrs. Judson has made arrangements for handling a fine line of holiday books this season, and will call on the citizens of Hurley and vicinity with samples, and requests them to reserve their oruers for her. The combination caucus was held in tle Rasmussen store building last Thursday evening, and as there was no contest as to who should be delegates to the county convention only twenty eight voters turned out. Reports come from the northern part of the state that grocery peddlers re presenting city concerns have already begun their work among the farmers, and that in many instances they "un mercifully put it onto them." The Free Press printing outfit was moved to Parker Saturday. Must have found the task of reforming?) the voters of Hurley a hopeless one or else Quigley wished to be on hand to gather the results of a demo-populist vic tory (?). Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews haye the sympathy of all in the bereavement which has overtaken them in the death of their three and one-half month's old son, which occcurred last Sunday. The remains were laid at rest in the Hurley cemetery Tuesday. None can afford to miss hearing Mrs. Anna Simmons Saturday evening at Opera hall on questions of vital inter est to us all. Mrs. Simmons comes with the highest testimonials, both lrom this and other states, being presi jieijt of our state E. S. A. and a nation al speaker in the suffrage work and kindred reforms, the hall should be filled. If the Herald had any idea that any one believed statements made by Han ford in his Davis Globe it might be necessary to refute the statement he made in regard to Dr. Martyn's speech at Viborg. The large audience pres ent probably contained one or two per sons who read his paper, and thfey doubtless smiled out loud at reading his misrepresentations. If your children are subject to croup wat:h for the lirst symptoms of the-dis ea^se—hoarsenesss. If Chamberla n's Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse it will prevent the attack. Even after the croupy cfiugh ]ias appeared the attack can always be prevented by giving this remedy. It is also invaluable for colds and whoop ing cough. For sale by E. Brauch, druggist. iS*i. 1 isSxSiit A MCKINLEY RALLY. Last, Friday evening the Parker band and a large number of the McKinley club of that town came to Hurley to assist the Hurley band and club in welcoming J. Monahan, who occupied Opera hall after the close o' the republican convention although it commenced raining just as the proces sion began forming, the clubs will their torches and bands paraded thi streets, making a good showing. The hall was well filled, and tin audience was highly uleased with the address. Mr. Monahan is an eloquent speaker and held his audience for tw lioutvs while he reviewed the causes o' t.lie present condition of affairs in thi: eo-'nirv and irned Ills hearers of th inevitable result which would follow, should Brvan and his lolloweassucceeci in securing control of the government The speech was one of the kind that i. sure to set the voter to thinking, matter which side be favors. One aged republican was heard to remark that it was the best speech he ever heard. Considerable wheat coming in thif week. Money to loan on land. AllenV Agency. We sell steamship tickets. AllenV Agency. E Brauch is in Charles Mix county buying stock hogs. Bran and shorts exchanged for ear corn, at the Hurley mill. Four improved farms for sale. In quire at Robertson's Loan Office. If you want a farm loan come and see us, we can do you good. Allen's Agen cy. A number of Hurley citizens went to Parker Monday to hear the address o( Col. Baiti. Residence property in Hurley to trade for land or stock. Enquire at Herald office. You are invited to call at the Hurley Art Gallery when in town, and inspect our work and get prices. Miss Amy Kellar is quite sick with spinal disease, but she is improving, we are pleased to announce. Tobacco users will find, in another column, an item of decided interest to them, headed "Don't Stop Tobacco." The Darlington, Wis., Jo-irnal say editorially of a popular patent medi cine: "We know from experience that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Di arrhoea Remedy is all that is claimed for it, as on two occassions it stopped excruciating pains and possibly sayed us from an untimely grave. We would not rest easy over night without it in the house." This remedy undoubtedly saves more pain and suffering, than any other medicine in the world. Every family should keep it in the house, for it is suro to be needed sooner or later. For sale by E. Brauch, druggist. MARRIED. ALLEN—KEENE.—September 9, by special license, at St. Michael's church. Macclesfield, by the Rov. W. Laycock. M. A., vicar of Holy Trinity church, Hurdsfield. the Hon. Joseph Allen, of Hurley. South Dakota. U. S. A., form erlv headmaster of Hurdsfield Church boys' School, to Elizabeth, widow of the late James ICeene, of this town. The above notice, taken from the Macclesfield, England, Courier & Her ald, will no doubt be a matter of sur prise to the many friends of the groom in Turner county, and in the state gen erally, and on his return all will ex tend to him and his bride the warm hand of welcome, with the hope that joy and prosperity may be with them. PERSONAL. Editors Wass and Dingman of Qen terville were in town Monday. John Buckstad weut to Yankton Tuesday to take in the state fair. Jake Brauch was a passenger ou Tuesday's special, bound for the state fair. Mrs. J. V. Lam8on of Chicago was visiting with Hurley friends Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. E. P. Fitch, of Artesian, S. D.. is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Andrews. Mrs. J. P. Kingsbury of Clinton. Iowa, came out and spent Sunday with his family, who are visiting at Dr. Graves. CLOSING OUT SALE. Having decided to move from Hurley, I will sell regardless of cost my entire stock of millinery goods. Come early and get first choice. MRS. SLOCUM. NOTiCE. I want some one to cut hay on shares. Have aljout 100 acres, 4 miles west of town. Call at my store. T. J. HILL. The American Protective Tariff League has just issued document No. .09, "The Tariff," which gives extract'}, in parallel columns, from the speeches oi Hon. W. J. Bryan and Hon. William McKinley. The document should be read by every voter. Address, W. F, Wakeman, General Secretary, 135 W. 23d Street, New York. We have for rent the Fromor farm, one mile west of Hurley 160 acres of cultivated land adjoining Hurley on the northwest and about 125 acres "towhsite" land within Hurley corpor ation. Terms: Cash. Call and see -»s ALLEN'S AGENCY. TURNER COUNTY REPOBLICANS. They Meet in Convention and Nomi nate a Strong and Win-, ning Ticket. Pursuant to call the republicans of Turner county met in delegate conven tion at Hurley, Friday, Sept. 25, and nominated candidates fov the legisla ture and the various county offices. Convention was called to order at 10:50 by E. Brauch, chairman of the republican central, committee, who i-ead the call, and, in a few brief and A-ell chosen words admonished the members of the convention of the im portance of nominating a ticket which •vould be a credit to the party and ac ceptable to republicans of all portions the county. The remarks received Hearty endorsement from all parts of he hall. On motion of Mr. Fancher of Parker, Orange Still of Parker was elected temporary chairman by acclamation: tnd Mr. Watson was in the same man ner placed in the secretary's chair up jn a motion by E. Brauch. On motion of Jas. Sherard the chair appointed a committee of fi ye on cre dentials, as follows: Jas. Sherard, Ja ob Hoeflinger, W. H. Rector, John Downer and PaulHanson. On motion of V. C. Wass the chair appointed a committee of five on reso lutions, as follows: V. C. Wass, F. S. Vaughan, Frank Hauser, E. H. Od !and, M. Harberts. On motion of J. V. Oosterloo chair man appointed committee of five on permanent organization, as follows: I. V. Oosterloo, E. Brauch, A. P. Gra ber, F. W. Downing, Jos. Andrews. Jos. Watson put in a claim for one delegate-at-large from each ward in Parker. Opposed by E. Brauch, and no action taken by the convention. On motion recess taken until one o'clock p. m. AFTERNOON SESSION. Called at 1:40. .J Report of committee on permanent organisation that temporary organi zation be made permanent, was adopt ed. Committee on credentials reported that they found the following nameo delegates entitled to seats in the con vention: Centerville—Seth Ely, V. C. Wass. rt. E. Blades, H. Kunkle, R. Stead man, Alan Bogue, J. E. Tomlinson. J. HoeSinger, F. M. Cope. Daneville—Joel Fry, C. Olsen, J. Ok land, S. C. Nelson. Turnet—A. N. Apland, Williams, E. J. Vestgaard, J. A. Davis. Swan Lake—Jas. Andrew, Geo. Eck stein, Paul Hansen, R. O. Pinney. Spring Valley—Jas. Sherard, K. Mellegaard, Jos. Andrews, Andrew Hansen. Idylwilde—J. M. Downer, So re Christensen, S. Steiger, Gotlieb Wag ner. Middleton—Geo. Kramer, J. V. Oos terloo, J. Sargent, Jas. Withee. Hurley—E. Brauch, Ed. Wilson, E E. Berry, E.C. R'undell,F. S. Vaughan. J. W. Parsons, 1. G. Ferguson. Norway—E. H. Odland, W. J. Pat rick, Geo. Isaac. Childstown—A. Kaufman, Tobias Kauffmann, Peter C. Graber, J. Walt ner. Germantown—Frank Hauser, T. Elce, W. E. Heeren. Parker—S. H. Fancher, Jos. Wat son, F. L. Clisby, L. W. Cooke, Geo. A Brown, Orange, Still, W. H. Rector, T. J. Gurnsey. Marion—W. Smith, M. Harberts, M. Groeppel, J. Penuer. Rosefield—-John Albrecht, Andrew Graber, P. J. Graber, J. B. Graber. Home—M. T. Sletten, J. E. Telling huisen. Brothersfield—B. C. Foss, J. T. Bones, F. J. Goosen. Monroe—F. Downing, C. Iwerks. Dolton—D. M. Way, Geo. Dirks, Abe Dirksen. The committee on resolutions then reported as follows: Resolved, that the republicans of Turner county in convention assembled hereby declare their unqualified en dorsement of the platform adopted by the national republican convention at St. Louis and pledge their united sup port to the election of McKinley aurl Hobart. Resolved, that we endorse the repub lican state platform and especially thai plank referring to railway legislation and hereby pledge the nominees of this convention to its support. Resolved, that the legislative candi dates before this convention shall required to pledge themselves before nomination to support the republican caucus nominee for U. S. senator to succeed J. H. Kyle. Resolved, that this convention in struct the republican county central committe to adopt the primary system as followed by Codington, Beadle and Hughes counties in electing all dele gates to state conventions, of nominat ing legislative ticket and the nomi nating of county officers. Respectfully submitted. Signed to the complete resolution. F. S. VAUGHAN. M. HARBERTS. E. J. ODLAND, Signed as to all the resolutions ex cept that referring to the nominating of delegates and candidates by primary system. v. C. WASS. F. M. HAUSER. Motion prevailed to adopt the ma -ft $ jority report except that part regard ing primary system. Motion prevailed that the part of the resolutions relating to the priman system be laid on the table. £,-'» On motion of E. Brauch, three tell ers were appointed by chair, as follows: E. Brauch, F. L. Clisby and O. Pin ney. On motion by E. Brauch, seconded by R. O. Pinney, it was declared thai all votes should be by ballot and that first ballot on each candidate should be informal. Nominations for state senator being first in order the result was: int. ..17 .th ..It I 2 3 4 23 25 27 31 3l! II 12 12 8 8 5 6 ft Powers 'omlinson Ulndes Allen 2 Cooke 26 33 33 36 34 31 A. A. Powers having received a ma jority-of all votes cast was declared, up on motion of L. W. Cooke, the unani mous choice of the convention. The ballot for first member of the legislature resulted as follows: Inf. Fry 1 Downing 10 I Tomlinson 14 2 Downer 29 17 Heeren 24 6L1 Fn motion Mr. Heeren was made the unanimous choice of the convention. For second representative: Inf. 1 2 a Tomlinson 1" ie 2 Downing 33 31 36 48 Downer 23 25 36 27 Mr. Downing was thereupon declared nominated. For third representative: Inf 1 2 Hoeflinger 7 5 Downer 24 3r, ftt1 Tomlinson 42 34 2i After the informal ballot a motion was made to suspend the rules and de clare Mr. Tomlinson the nominee, but owing to a fight being made on th it proposition by a portion of the Center ville delegation, the motion was lost, and the balloting resulted in the nomi nation of Mr. Downer. E. Brauch placed in nomination K. Berry for treasurer, and he wai itominated by acclamation. E. Brauch placed in nomination C. M. Pier for register of deeds, and he was nominated by acclamation. J. W. Watson placed in nomination R. J. Way for clerk of court and Won Elliott for county judge, and both were nominated by acclamation. Mr. Fancher placed in nomination L. L. Fteesrer for state's attorney, and he »vas nominated by acclamation. Next in order came superintendent of schools, and the ballot was as fol lows: •Inf. 1 mith .. 34 5i' Stevens 31 It McLaughlin 4 a McAthie fl Lowry 1 Smith having a majority on the firsi formal ballot was declared the nomi nee. Then came the contest of the day. the office of sheriff being one that sev eral were trying to corner. The fight started with T. J. Hill, Geo. Stout, 1). Dwyer, jr., Geo. Mumby, J. L. Weav er, J. H. Halsey and Jos. Hough in the tield, and the balloting was as follows: Inf. 1 2 3 Hill .. ao 30 28 32 stout 12 6 Dwyer 6 6 8 S Mumby 11 8 6 Weaver 17 18 27 23 Halsey 4 5 5 5 Hough .... 1 During the balloting Stout had with drawn and now Mumby #nd Weaver withdraw in favor of I. H. Newby, who It ad concluded to take a hand in the scrimmage. An informal ballot was therefore ordered and the war of bal lots went on, as follows: inf. 1 Hill 40 41 Newby 25 20 HalBey 7 9 On motion nomination of T. J. Hill was made unanimous. Charles Woodward, J. P. Graber and Jos. Kendall entered the lists for the office of auditor with following result: Inf. Woodward 6 Graber 50 Kendall 13 Rules suspended and Graber made unanimous choice of convention. T. F. Collins was nominated for sur veyor by acclamation. D. R. Finlay was nominated for coro ner by acclamation.' S. C. Sletten was nominated for as sessor by acclamation. Justices of the peace were nominated as follows: D. Dwyer, jr., Centerville Henry Hawlev, Parker Jos. Allen, Hurley F. W. Mehren, Marion, Following are the nominees for con stables: H. H. Kirk, Centerville John J. Evans, Parker R. V/. White, Hur ley John Murray, Marion. The members of the central commit tee for the next two years are as fol lows: Centerville—J. E. Tomlinson, 1st ward W. E. Ege, 2d ward V. C. Wass, 3d ward R. E. Blades, Centerville pre cinct. Daneville—Joel Fry.' Turner—Albert Apland. Swan Lake—R. O. Pinney. Spaing Valley—Joseph Andrews. Idylwilde—Coren ChristenBen. Middleton—Jas. Bradberry, Hurley—Emiel Brauch. .* Norway—W. J. Patrick. Childstown—J. G. Graber. Germantown—W. EJ. Heeren. ''•i. J£ 1 New goods ,-• Marion—J. Penner. Rosefield—John AlbrecVit. Home—M. T. Slettons Brothersfield—B. C. Foss. Monroe—C. Iwerks. Dolton—David M. Way. No further business appearing,, con vention adjourned. Commissioner Conventions The delegates from the 1st commis sioner district nominated S. C. Nelson of Daueville as republican candidate from that district. Mr. Nelson has tilled the office one term and will be a valuable member on the county board. In the 3d district Jacob B. Graber, of Rosefield, was chosen as the republi cnn candidate. The delegates of the 5th district or ganized by electing Jas. Withee chair man and E. Brauch secretary. Junia Sargent, Geo. Cramer and Richard Williams were placed in nomination, imd Mr. Sargent receiving a majoriy of all votes cast on the lirst ballot he was mtide the unanimous cnoice of the con vention. SPEAKING ABOUT BLOOD. It is Dot F°r fb® FALL TRAQG. Having just received a Complete New Stock of Fall and Winter Goods, we are ready to supply you with everything in the line of DliY GOODS, such as PLAID DRESS GOODS, NOVELTY DRESS GOODS, HENRIETTA, FANCY SATEEN, SERGE, TRICOTS, MOIRE,1 TAILOR-MADE SUITINGS, ELEANOR SUITINGS, DUCK SUITINGS, BROADCLOTH, HE N RI ETTA EIDER DOWN Scotch Flannels, Shirting Flannels, S I I N S Angora Wool Trimming, and aJl styles of Jet Trimmings and Buttons. Also a nice line of Handkerchiefs, Winter Percales, and a variety of the latest styles of Novelties and Serges. Yours for Business, Parker—G. S. Conklin, 1st ward J. W. Watson, 2d ward W. Coake, 3d ward W. H. Rector, Parker precinct. C. M. ALLEN. always necessary to have eruptions on the face to show that your blood needs help. Strengthen it by using Beggs' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker, the best and surest cure on the market. Sold by E. Brauch. Mew and Stylish Millinery ri I is now on display at Mrs. Rob inson's, which is headquarters for. such goods. I can also show you a few bargains in dress Patterns which you will do well to examine before pur chasing elsewhere. Kid gloves also in stock. I will be pleased to show you my goods at any time. Yours to Please. MRS. M. S. ROBINSON, »r wf Jteggh' German Salve. -J 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. Your popular drug gist, E. Brauch. sells it. 1 Hrace Up. There is nothing better to impart life and vigor than Foley's Sarsaparilla. Trial size, 50c. B. F. Vaughan -v, vV £/%=$$' :V'V* South Dmkota State Fair."J For the ahove occasion, the North western line will, from September 26 to October 2, sell excursion tickets to Yankton and return at half rates, one fare for the round trip, good for return passage until October 3, 1896, inclu sive. For ticlcete and full information apply to agen is Chicago & Northwest-.-? ern B'y. IF YOU "vrant money, want a cook, want bourdera, 'j want a partner, want a situation, want a servant girl, want to sell a farm, want to sell a bouse, want to rent a bouse, want to exi'hange anything, want to sell fruit or grain, want to sell groceries or drugs. want to sell or trade anything, want to And customers for anything, •want to sell or buy horses, hogs or cattle. (CALL AT HERALD OFFICE! Turner County Bank, (INCORPORATED) Hurley, GET YOUR a A.26» Spring and Summer Suits 'fl —FROM— -JOHNSON, THE -:tAlLOR, Farker, South Dakota. Best of workmanship, and prices to suit the times. ATENTS [Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat «nt butinecs conduces for MODCR ATC FEE*. OUR Ornct IS OPMMTE U. S. PATENT OFFICE and we can secure patent in icaa time than those1 remote from Washington. Send model, drawijw or photo., with deserip-i We advise, Unpatentable or not, free of1 charge. Our fee not due till patent i« secured. A PAMPHLET, "HOW to Obtain Patents," with cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries1 sent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO OPP. PATENT orncE, WaaMiaaroN. D. c. 3 1 1 VJS/ iA His 3 .§ S a a &-.j AniNTKED CAPITAL, 825,000. H. I. Robertson. Pres. *•.£? A. Kenrich, jr.. Vice Pres. W. H. Robertson, Cashier. I. Downing, Ass't Cashier.' W*A Oenerul BanklngBusiness Transacted.