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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, October 31, 1912, Image 1

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NOTICE OK SALE OK WATERWORKS
KXTKK8IOK ltONDN
Mrfilce 1h hereby given that the City (Council
of the City of Hurley, South Dukota, offers for
sale to the highest bidder Twenty Bonds of the
City issued by the Citv for the purpose of ex
tending the cily water system.
The bonds being of the amount of Three
Hundred Dollars each, aad payable as follows:
One bond one year from date of issuance and
one bond each succeeding year Until all the
•aid bonds shull be paid.
Said bonds nhali bear interest lit the rate of
Ave per cent per annum, payable semi-annual
ly and ahull be sold at not less than par Talue.
Scaled bids will lie receiyed by the under
signed, City Auditor of the City of Hurley, S.
D.. until October ••», 1018, at eight o'clock p. m.
at which time all bids will be opened and con
sidered by the City Council in the council
rooms of said city.
(the City Council reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Dated September 30,1912,
YANKTONj S. D.
Practice limited to Diseases of
the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
and Fitting Glasses
DR. A. E. JENNINGS
DENTIST
Office on the owner over the
Mansfield store
Plione No. 17 Hurlev, S. D.
E.J. THOMPSON,
ETEKLN AKY SUHOEON AND
DENTIST.
At Murphy Bros. stable In Hurley Saturdays
oalanee of time at home on farm in Spring Val
township Hfon* No. 72. Hurfev Kural Line
G. W. Schultz
Oldest Auctioneer in Turner County
Kelareniw AiiT bank in the Bounty
For Dates Inauire of Herald otr
address me at Davis, 8. 0.
O. M. MERRITT
Parker Auctioneer
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Successful Sales Last Yaar
For my union call m* on th* Htrail phont at
my txptnlt
-ive Stock and Merchiandisa
AUCTIONEER
GLENN F. SARGENT
HURLEY, S. D.
^levea years' experience with merchandise
and daily handling of atoek
Minnesota Lands
Norman county in Red River Valley and Benton
County in Park Region. Either wild or improved.
Timber or prairie lands, bast of soil, plenty of mois
ture. Present prices will look good to lie home seek
er or investor. Our well pleased customers are the
evidence,
PALMER LAND CO.. HURI EY, S. D.
AT UIVKRV BA Wl\
PUF?L€Y DRAY LljME
O. O.XVAF^O IF* r~c pi etcj
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All Orders Promptly Attended
Carefully Handle:
"As Well Get the Best"
Good land at a reasonable price and ivnonable tetn.s.
All conveniences such as phone, rural uite, church,
school, etc. Civilization at your vei door Coine
and see. £.
J. H. KKL.L.AK,
City Auditor
S. GRAVES M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Galls promptly attended. Office »n4 resident
on Center Avenue
UURJLEY SOUTH DAKOTA.
D. W. RUDGERS, M. D.
3
BROWN'S
PANTOKIUM,
j'rench Dry Steam Cleaning and
jeing. Best equipped plant
in the Northwest,
ttOtflt FALLS. 1. ttl
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to
C. LEWIS, Milner, N. D.
and Goods
REPUBLICAN TICKET
Presidential Electors—
Oscar Olson
H. Preston
L. T. Van Slyke
F. H. Rugg
J.S.Thompson
Mem. Congress, First District—
C. H. Dillon
Judge Supreme Court, 1st Dist-
Samuel C. Polley
Ju^ge Supreme Court, 2nd Dist
John Howard Gates
Judge Supreme Court. 3rd Dist-
Chas. S. Whiting
Governor—
Frank M. Byrne
"Lieutenant Governfor—
E Abel
Secretary of State—
Frank Glassner
Com: School and Public Lands—
F. F. Brinker
Supt. of Public Instruction—
C. G. Lawrence
State Treasurer—
A. W. Ewert
Attorney General
Royal C. Johnson
State Auditor—
Henry B. Anderson
Railroad Commissioner—
John J. Murphy
Senator—
E. H. Odland
Representatives—
L. E. Stoddard
W Parsons
E. Withee
Treasurer—
E. C. Nelson
Auditor—
O. M. Rasmussen
Register of Deeds—
J. H. Roper
Sheriff-1—
Frank Bailey
Clerk—
Dan E. Hanson
Superintendent—
1
Keo King
Attorney—
A. S. Bogue„
Judge—
W. Edmunds
REPUBLICAN RALLIES
The Republican County Conimit
tee announces the followibg meet
ings for next week:
Hon. A. S. Bogue and C. L. Jones,
Childstown Township, Friday even
ing, Oct. 25.
Attorney General Royal C. Jbhn
son, Hurley, Thursday evening,
Oct. 24.
Dean Thomas Sterling, ^iirley,
Monday afternoon 3 o'clock, Oclt. 28.
Dean Thomas Sterling, Parker,
Monday evening, Oct* 28.
Dean Thomas Sterling',
Tuesday afternoon 1:30, Oct
r^Dean
gravis,
Thomas Stewing.
AdvartMa today
£&?•«
Tuesday afternoon 4 o'clock,
fafeorg,
Dct.29.
Pew Thomas Sterling, Centerville
Tueaday^teVeiling, OctTs§.
The mei»tinfcs for next ^eek will
be announced later in thiapajJer'.
Samuel Fairchi.d was a well
known and prominent pioneer
who settled just across the creek
from Swan Lake on what was
afterward Knov as the Clayton
farm. I remember of taking
dinner with him one day and
while there I met for the first
time my old and penial friend,
Durell Fairchild who had just
returned from the ease, with his
bride and was enjoying his hon
ey moon. Mr. Fairchild moved
to Nebraska many years ago and
I have not met him since.
Another of the pioneei well
ememb red by the early settler
was J. O. Brody, who lived for
several years on his claim on
the south side of the lake on the
farm now occupied by P.
Larson. He was a German by
birth and. I think wa« an officer
Beiuty and Utility.
For the aeventeenth tim« la thr««
tairs the microscopic South American
state baa undergone a chance of ad
ministration, and the new potentate.
President Casper, the three hundred
and second, had summoned an artlat,
and was ordering new rttetfns for all
the official uniforms.
"I want something striking," he de
clared—"something showy, even. My
people are Impressed by sack things..
hare here some sketches I made my
self. Look them orer, -and be guided'
bjr these Ideas as far as possible."
The artist examlaed than care
fully.
They were gorgeous affairs. Ofee*
•oats Tied with crimson vests Xa
brilliancy, orange-colored troeeer*
with scarfs of Cambridge biaa. All
the colors of the rainbow were there.
"Ah!" he said, turning the peges.
"This Is evidently for the navy, this
for the army, this frrf this irliet la
this for. with the long plume on the:
k»L the bright Veltow
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vmi iijjatejL
KLE3Y, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31,1912
Old Swan Lake
BY JOSEPH ANDEEWS
NO. vin
in the army, but whether in the
Union or German army I am not
sure. He was well educated, a
good citizen and quite popular
simonff the early settlers and
was elected county judge in the
tall of 1878. He married Jennie
De3^o but the marriage'not being
a happv one he left, going I
think fco Virginia. _,
Amprtg those who came to
Swan Lake in the sumtrer of '72
were thfe Richards and Spencer
families! They came from Exira
Iowa, and I was sliphtly ac
quainted with them there. I
think Mr. Richards filed on a
claim east of the lake. He was
married and was a fine young
man. "That year he wintered in
the timber near where 1 was lo
cated and I do not remember to
have met him later.
dresS, triaunea with purpie
"That," explained the president,
bravely. *18 Mr the secret poltoel"
Careful Milkman.
The other day'when the milkman,
who Is a aew man on the route, called
at Mrs. Green's apartment, to collect
the Mil* fhe aild to him severely "Do
you know that several mornings late*
ly I have not heard you whistle whsn
you left the milk on the dumbwaiter?*
"8uv» that's good, ma'am." returned
the milkman, complacently, ohl$rlous
of the iota of severity in Mrs. Oreen's
volee, "aad I hope IH soon git It 4pwn
so tee fa'll net hear me at a|I. Y4
see. ma'«m 'tis impossible tor me to
be leavta' the milk any later than
do, but since the day ym told me 1
nan too airly and woke ye from
your sleep la the morula' I've been
careful to blow the doombwaltef
whistle as softly as I can so aa not to
disturb w- «ut sometimes I do put
the toob than l.
LAND-LAND-UNO
If 3rou are at all interested in good farming lands at live
and let live prices and terms, please keep your eye on
this space.
It is a conceded fact that your bankers and business
men do not want to see you leave down there they pre
fer to have you stay and help build up your loca^ty and
that is only natural, but let us get down to husine^ -cold
facts—and see whether it is cash in your pocket and "o»vn
your own home" or what and where the rub is. Young
man, you renter, do you Want to leave a dear title 160
home farm when you die, or do you want to rent ad your
life and leave your family a nice bunch of receipts live
off of? It will be pretty hard living oil of a bunch of past
paid bills.
What is back of Hurley, S. D., and Milnor, H*.
E. C.
observation leads me to say farms and nothing but farms.
Come and investigate and compare "seeing is believing.
The facts will be forthcoming as soon as threshing is
over here.
Milnor is 22 miles from the South Dakota line and 4i
from the Minnesota line.
tind to, and thlm tne times ye neai
•tWla."
Yorkshire's Many Acres.
One often hears It stated that York*
ehlrt can boast more aerua than there
are letters la tha Bibhk and most
people, on hearing the ftatenpot for
the first time, are laallBad to doubt
Ite accuracy. It la' perfectly true,
however. Authorities Mer as to the
exact acreage of Yorkshire, one giv.
lng it aa 3.8SS.848 aeree, another as
a,771,843 bat aa tha number of let
ters In the Bible, aooordlng to labori
ous computation. Is only 3.B6C.4I0, the
acres beat the letters with eomethlaf
to spare.—-London Tlt-Bita.
Dega aa Biseta ef Burden.
A memory of IB* tBnee wh«s dogs
worked far a living la Baglaad la aeea
In the "dog carC wkleh originally
was literally drawn by dega, aad, un
til prohibited la ISM by aet of parlia
ment, «u the workfagmaa'e usual
meaas at taklag a n» lato the coun
try. Strong half-bred mastiffs were
uaually emplared, aad theee thought
nothing of esaveytag their masUra
SO or #0 mllea hi a day with no mora
eosteoaace thaa bread soaked la beer.
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GUS BACH
WANTS TO YOU
A
My
DAE.
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CARLOAD
Each of the
Mitchell and Stoughton Wagons
Dempster Windmills
Buggies of every description
Agent for International Gasolene en
gines and DeLaval Separators.
None better made.
a UMBIL\K yo
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Sehu'l7. Estate
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Union Mvgs Assn i|,
Lulu Waterman 17 & 21
8k ill mat a Schaetzel 13,14,
15, 14,17,18,19,20,21,3t, 23.
24.25.M. tl. 28. 29 & 30
Den Hunger 12
l.ulu Waterman
car' Hoefs 17,18*1#
Herman ttebultz a
SfeiUmaa & Sctoaetael 13
Uraut Keearius 14
John uden, 1.&1 a, out lot 1
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Dirks 15
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Townsklb 08, Range 53
•ien Murd, ow^ net 20
•«eo fl Hurd, net 20
••eo Hurd, sw« nwi' 20
Samuel W Keliat, swf se) 29
Samuel W Kellat, se| set 29
Township 97. Range 63
tleo Han
bora, net net 1
Township }, Rsi(« BS
W Hcbultz, nwt nwt 6
Jwsohultx, netnwt 6
Hohnltz, set nwt
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Township 98, Range
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TOWN or 1KKNB
Ijiwrenc* Nelaoa, UOII 1 5
Uwreiw Nelson, peraoaal
Matilda Nelson 2 5
i-awienev Nelson.
1911
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Tewn«hlp 98, Raaga S3
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