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STATE DIRECTORY,,
STATE OFFICERS.
E. LEE.. Governor
fti&D, T. H1NDMAN Lieutenant Governor
V.w. H. llQDDLE Secretary
-H. EJ. MAYHEW .Auditor
ICIRK O. PHILLIPPS .... Treasurer
IWELVTN GKIGSBY Attorney General
FRANK CRANE Supt. Public Instruction
J. L. LOCKH ART.. Supt. School & Pub Lands
2«. F. PETTIGREW U.S. Senator
•J. H. KYLE U. B. Senator
JT. E. KELLEY Member of Congress
."VREEMAN KNOWLES.
.Memberof Congress
DIttHTON CORSON Supreme Court Judge
*i). HANEY. .i Supromo Court Judge
«J. G. FULLER SuurcmeCourt Jud(re,
COUNTY DIRECTORY.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
WM. ELLIOTT County Judge
vROBERT WAY ..Clerk of Court
:0. M. PIJBR Register of Deeds
L. FLEEGER State's Attorney
,'.J. P. GKABER..... Auditor
p. K. MERRY Treasurer
"A, JAY ANDERSON Sheriff
A. J. SMITH Supt. of Schools
T. F. COLLINS Surveyor
•DR. R, F1NLAY.:.. Coroner
THOS. SLKTTBN Assessor
COTRKIT COMMISSIONERS.
B.C. NELSOU- First DlstricL
H. NEWllY., Second District
:|J, J. GRAKBR V. Third District
''ANDREW KAUFFMAN Fourth District
,(UNIA SARGENT Fifth District
HURLEY DIRECTORY.
TOWN OFFICERS.
T. J. HILL Trustqe, First Ward
D. DWYER, Trustee, Second Ward
D. WHITE'. Trustee, Third Word
PETER ALLEN Clerk
F. S. VA.UGIJAN, Treasuror
p. Ci WARD Marshal
Board meets on the second Monday evening
of e^oh month at 8 o'clock t. m.
C. & N. W. RY TIME TABLE.
TRAFNS GOING BAST.
6, Passenger $ j38'p. 'm.
S|No.84,Freight j{07p.m.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
No. 5, Passenger ....
-No. 2D, Freight
HURLEY LODGE No. 75, I. O. O. F.—Meets'
every Saturday evening-at 8 o'clock, in Odd
Fellows Hall. All brothers invited to attend.
J. P. Christensen, N. G.i J. W. Pardons,
sec'y.
•E. S. MCCOOK POST, No. 81, G. A- R.—Meets
on each Saturday evening prececdldg full
moon in each month at 7 p. m., in G. A, R.
Hall. H. W, Elliott, Commander H. J.
Sanborn, Adjt.
JOPPA LODGE 4. F. and A. M.—Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall oh the Tuesday evening on or
before the full of the moon. All Masons in
prood standing aro cordially invited to attend.
Geo. PjDstletnwaite, W. M. W. M. H. L. Ar
nett, Seo'y.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.—Meet
•'flrBt .and third Wednesday evening of each
month at 8 o'clock sharp. J. H. Gallagher,
•Venerable Consul W. H. Robertson. Clerk.
THE NEW TARIFF LAW
•^hich has just been signed by the
^President, may bo appropriately con
sidered aa Industrial Declaration of
independence. An official text of the
law has just been published by the
.4njerican Protective Tariff League,
jsnd should bo carefully examined by
.pyery citizen. Protectionists oujjht to
•foave a few oopies of this law for dis
tribution. Five copies will be sent to
#ny address for ten cents. Ask for
jJJooument No. 30 and address W. F.
•Wakeinan, Gen'l Sec'y, 135 "West 28d
.Street, New York.
A good second-hand gasoline range
tfov sale cheap. Enquire at Herald
•office.
Sent Free!
To any person interested in humane
'matters, or who loyes animals, we will
•eendfr.ee, upon application, a copy of
the "Alliance," the organ of this Soci
ety. Iu addition to its intensely inter
•esting reading, it contains a list of the
valuable and unusual premiums given
tby the paper. Address
IHISAIIOminiMHE ALLIAKCE,
liO-44 llUulted Charities Bldjr, New York
The Directors of the Grata Palace
•Association at Aberdeen have made
'arrangements for reduced rates on all
tfailroa'ls for their Exposition, which
^rill be held from Ootober 4th to 9th.
Jit will pay every reader of this paper
taftttead.
1
H. K. Webster, Agent.
POSTOFFICE.
Office hours during week 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Mail closes for north and weBt at 12:50 p. m.
SSTMttil closes for east anrl south at 8:16 p. m.
pjftlail to Childstown, Tuesday, Thuriiduy and
Saturday of eaoh week. Arrives at 113 too noon,
-Waves at j:30. P. M.
i! A. M. RASMTJSSEN. Postmaster.
CHURCHES,
PRESBYTERIAN Services every
"iVmorning at tl o'clock Sabbath school at. IS.
Evening service at 8 oneauh alternate .Sab
bath.. Prayer meeting on Wednesday even
tog at 8 o'clock. CHAS. E. SHAKP, Pustor.
^METHODIST EPISCOPAL.—Services every
sf.",Sunday at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath
school immediately after morning services.
Prayer meeting Thursday evenings at 7:30.
R. B. Beavis, pastor.
PAPT1ST—Services every Sunday morning at,
11 o'clock Sunday school at 10. Evening ser
vice at 8 o'clock. Choir practioe every Tues
day evening at 8 clofik. Prayer meeting
ThnrsdaV everting at 8 o'clock. B. Y. P. U.
meeting Sunday evenings at 7:15 o'clock. W.
L. Markland, pastor.1
SECRET SOCIETIES,
Low Kates ta.HnfTalo and l'oincs Ea»t.
On August 21 and 22, the Chicago
North-Western R'y will make legs
than one-half rates to Buffalo and te
turn at the time of the Grand Army
Encampment, tickets good returning
until September 20, by depost with
joint agent at Buffalo, enabling patrons
of this line to extend their trip .to New
York, Boston and other points in the
east, and make a liberal sayintr in rail
way fares. This is tjje route, selected
by Gommander-in-Ghief General Clark
son. For time of special trains and
other information, inquire of agents.
Rate from Hurley to Buffalo and re
turn, $20.15.
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
List of letters remaining In Post
Office, Hurley, Aug. 1st, 1897. If not
called for in 30 days will be Bent to
Dead Letter office.
DOMESTIC.
Erick Lange, Edd. Mann, W. S.
Sheares M. D., Albert Hagamoyer, 1.
J. Groseth, Samuel Barge 3, Mis Eliza
beth Clark.
When calling for these letters
please say advertised.
A. M. RASMUSSEN. Postmaster.
Did You Ever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, get a bottle now
and get relief. This medicine has been
found to be peculiarly adapted to the
relief and cure of all Female Com
plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in
fluence in giving stiength and tone to
the organs. It you have Loss of Appe
tite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting
Spells, or are Nervous, Sleepless,' Ex
citable, Melancholy or troubled with
Dizzy Spells, Electric Bittters is the
medicine you need. Health and
Strength are gauranteed by its use.
Fifty cents and $1 at Pioneer Drug
Store. •••'.
A I
1:07 p.m.
11:15 a. m.
ROAD
Mortgages on hand
Ileal Estate on hand
Cash on hand
Insurance paid
'faxes paid
Due on Stock..
ANIK
LAiU''-'
or Sale at Low Prices anil
on Easy Terms
The Illinois Central Railraid Compaay
•offers for sale on easy terms and at low
prices, 150,000 acres of choice fruit,
gardening, farm and grazing lands lo
cated in
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
They are also largely interested in, and
call especial attention to the 600.0U0
acres of land in the famous
YAZOO VALLEY
OF MISSISSIPPI
lying along and owned by the Yazoo &
Mississippi Valley Railroad Company,
and which that Company offers at low
prices and on long terms. Special in
ducements and facilites offered to go
and examine .these lands both in
Southern Illinois and in
and in the "Yazoo Valley." Miss. For
further description, map and any in
formation, address or call upon E. P.
SKENE, Land Commissioner, No. 1
Park Row, Chicago, Ill.f or, B. MOE,
Ass.'t Land Commissioner.
a-
Due on Profits
Cash on hand
Loans Repaid
Received for Dues...
Date of series
No. oi
series
July 1,
Jan. 1,
July 1,
July l,
Jan. 1,
July 1.
July I,,
an. 1*
Jan. 1,
an. 1
Jan. 1,
SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE
Hurley l.uililir m\ Loanlsst
Showing the Receipts, Disbursements, Assets, Liabilities, Earnings and Value
of Shares at the Close of Ihisincss June 30. 1897. ,,
Afe!5ET.b.
Unpaid Dues. Interest, Premiums and Fines 335 99
LIABILITIES,
Received for Interest and Premiums :A 681 86
Received for Fines
... 79 30
DISliUltSMENTS.
Stock withdrawn:. ... .-4^2,615 96
Loans
600 00
Expenses..
155 95
Taxes
66 61
Insurance
16 00
Cash on hand
57 53
Number
of shares
1889.
1898.
1890.
1891.
1882.
1892.
1893.
1894
1895.
1896.
1897.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Bids for County PliysiciaMfc.
Notice is hereby given that seated proposals
'Unserve the county as county physicians will be
received by tho county auditor until the hourof
nine (9) a. m.,on thcBthday of September,-1S97.
Two contracts will nrobably be awarded, one
for the north part of tjie county and one for the
south. Bidders will Btate clearly what part of
the county they bid (for.
It is the intention of the board ot county com
missioners to award contracts to lowest re
sponsible bidders, but the right to reject any or
all bios Is reserved.'
Dated at Parker, S. D„ August !i. 1807.
Jos. G)tAJjnj,
County Auditor.
Bids for Poor Farm.
"Notice is hereby Riven that sealed proposals
1.0
font or manage the poor farm for the ensu
ing year, will be received by the County Audi
tor until the hour of 2 P. M: September (i, !fi!)7.
Didders will pleaso be explicit, stating in
WVitlnp all conditions Rovemin^ their bids.'
It is the intention of the board of county com
missioners to place the county paupers in the
care of the manager or rontor of the poor farm,
bidders will therefor include in their bids, pro
posals to keep said paupers at so muclTper
week each.
Board of county commissioners reserve the
right to reject any or all bids submitted.
Dated at Parker, South Dakota. July 26tb,
1897. Jos. P. UKAIiElt,
rVm't paid miUain pr
each share) share
S78.859
64.484
51-.038
43.025
31.818
27.932
15.22
51
13
5
2
5
10
2
9
5
29
11
90.00
84 .(XJ
72.00
66.00
60,00
48.00
42.00
County Auditor.
First publication July 22—fit. J,
Notice to Creditors.
State of South Dakota,) mm? 'M**
-ss. vi--.
County
fit
Turner,
In County Court witnln. and for said county.
In the matter of the Estate of James A.
Scott, deceased.
Notice in hereby given by the undersigned,
administrator of the Estate of James A. Scott,
deceased, to tho creditors of. and all persons
having claims again.st the said deceased to ex
hibit them with the necessary vouchers within
four months after the ilrht publication of
this notice to the said administrator at his
place of business In the town.of Hurlei\ in the
connty of Turner, S. D.
A. P. HOYri.
Administrator of tho Estate of James A.
Scott, deceased.
Dated at Hnrley, S. O., July 17, 1897. _.
J. W. EdMUN'DS. Attornc-V. J,. '.,
First publication July 2S--5t. .rwaifi
Notice to Creditors.
State of South Dakota, County of Turner, ss,
In county court within and for said county.
In the matter of the Estate of Jacob Jacob
son, deceased.
Notice is hereby Riven b.v tho undersigned,
executrix of the last will and testament of Ja
cob Jacobson. deceased, to the creditors of, and
all persons having' claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after the first
publication of this notice,, to said executrix a(t
Chamberlain, in the county of Brule, S. Dak.
Dated at Parker, S. D., July 16th, 1897.
ER.IZA.RETH
JACOBSON,
Executrix of the last will and testament of
Jacob Jacobson, deceased.
••••_ Notice lor Publication.
LandOllleo at Mitchell, S. D., July 20, 1897.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has llled lioticw of his intention to
make llnal proof in support ol his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court in aiul for Turner county. S.
T„ at 1'arkcr. S. D„ on September 3. 183", viz:
JOKC1EN DAMEl.SEN,
for the Lots two and three. Northeast onarter
Southwest quarter and Northwest jjuaner
Southeast quarter. Section thirty. Township
ninety-seven. Kango fifty-four, (Homestead En
try No. 0308.1
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz:
Niels Nielsen, Jens P. Hansen and Zacarlus
Madseti of Centerpolnt P.O., S. !., and Carl
Christensen of cipringvallcy p. o.. s. D.
.. .M.V.A1UIAHAM
JLOYNTON,.
'Register.
Notice tor Publication.
Land Olflco at Mitchell, S. D.. July 13. 1897.
Notice is hereby given that tho following
named settler hasTlled notice of his intention
to make linal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proofwillbe made before the Clerk of
the Circuit Court in and for Turner county, S.
D., at Parker, S. D., on August20, 18E7, viz:
RAG NIL LEVY.
widow of Arnt P. Levy, deceased, for the south
west quarter Section twenty-three. Township
ninety-seven, Range llfty live. (Homostoad
Entry No, 9318.)
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Daniel llorufsen, of Mavtlcld P. O., S. D,«,.
C. G. Carlson, of Maylield P. O.. S. D. Bs£5»
John Larson, of Center Point P. O.. S. DW»
John Baurdseng. of Maylield P.0.,S.D. &.
AUKAHAM BOYNTON,
Register.
v..
11ECEIPTS. ^"4, ''S'AV
810,003 90
3,072 43
57 53
101 00
103 87
„s,f-
1
14.B37
ti A
....v .. 8,772 00
5,8(55 7 2
14 C37 72
170 89
FVI ,630 00
930 00
C,, 3,512 05
3512 05
Value of total value ot
each share each series
SI 74.859
154.484
135.038
115.025
97.818
87,932
63.220
54.259
&5.630
19.878
«.230
J2.259
5.63
1.878
:».oo
18.00
6.00
-s .23
©8,917.85
2,008.29
675.19
230.05
429.09
679.32
126.44
488.33
178.15
576.47
68.54
#14,687.72
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To
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN
THE DAKOTA FARMER
THE TOLEDO BLADE
Every Cash
Notice tor Publication.
Land Office at, Mitchell, S. D., Aug. 14, 1897.
Notice is hereby Riven that tho following
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof iu support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Judge
or in his absence berore the Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court in and for Turner county. S. D.. at
Parker, S.D,. on October i. 1RI7. viz:
SOREN CHRISTKNSON.
for the Lots three and four and South one-half
Northwest quarter of Section three. Township
ninety-seven, Ilange fifty-five (Homestead lSn
try No.
O-JXi.)
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of-said land, viz:
Paul Anderson, of Ourtown P. O-, S I).
Andreas Bauer, of Ourtown P. O-. S. D.
HansF. Olson, of Idylwilde P. O.. S. D.
John M. Downer, of Freeman P. O.. S. I).
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ABKAH.'IM
Applmants must provide themselves with
pen and ink the paper will be provided.
gMITn
ffi" County Supt. of Schools.
J. W. EDMUNDS,
Attorne}r-at-Law.
Business in any part of Turner County.
will receive prompt attention,
AW-
in
I UYNTON,
V-.. Regihler.
Notice of Teaclicrs* Examination.
Notice is hereby.given that rfjgvlar examina
tion of applicants for license to" teach in this
county will be held at the schoo!h,ouse in Hur
ley on Friday, the third day of September, 1S97,
beginning at 8:ao a. m.
-4?' '.
-tis
1st
Ofl'.ce in Turner County Bank Building
IIUKLEY. SOUTH DAKOTA.
J. H. GALLAGHER,
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HURLEY, SO. DAK.
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Office at Hcsidencc,^nd door north of Pboto
a a O IT I 9 a to 4
E. H. BENSON,
Shop opposite Turner County JBank
A share of your patronage solicited
S. GRAVES M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Calls
Promptly
attended. Office and residence
on Center Avenue.
IIUKLEY SOUTH DAKOTA.
lurner County Bank,
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Hurley, South Dalcota
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A. Kenrlcli, jr. Vice Pres. ..
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