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Julius Friemark has rented Eli Reisland's frm for another year.

A. R. Hannum's aged mother of Gilbert township is in very feeble health.

The evening east-bound passenger now arrives at 6:36 o'clock instead of 7:18.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hudson are home again after an extended visit in Wisconsin.

J. D. Flint departed Tuesday evening enroute to the home of his parents in Chicago, Ill.

Francis Ice returned to Huron Monday morning to take up his studies in college again after spending his holiday vacation at home near Vayland.

The Misses Frances and Etha King were passengers to Mitchell Monday evening to resume their college studies, having enjoyed their vacation at home.

During the legislative session an interesting newsletter from Pierre will be published in the News. The first of the series appears in this week's paper.

Report has it that it was 24 degrees below zero Monday mornin, and 20 below Tuesday morning. Yesterday marked the beginning of another ideal period of winter weather.

Miss Ora Crowdson, of Sullivan, Ill, who has been visiting at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wilson, the past several months, returned home on last Saturday's morning passenger.

Wm. Patterson, who lives south of Vayland, was arrested a few days ago on an alleged charge of assult and battery on Chas. Dunham, and will have his hearing before Justice Burke, of Miller, today (Friday).

Mr. Killian, of Vilas, was here the forepart of this week and bought fifty head of hogs from Frank Pitzer and enough at Miller to make up a car load, which he shipped to his home town to feed and fatten on his farm.

Fred Rollins, of Huron, was in town Tuesday shaking hands with old friends.

S. Johnson, of Vilas, was in this section the first of this week for the purpose of buying horses.

Ray shoop departed on Tuesday's morning passenger enroute to his home at Monticello, Indiana.

Eli Reisland sold his town property to Leonard A. Breese. Consideration $1,000. Mr. Reisland and family are thinking some of removing to Iowa.

Floyd Reeves and sisters, Misses Fay and Alta, went to Huron on Monday's morning pasenger to resume their studies at college and high school.

F. S. Ranney, of Storm Lake, Iowa, arrived on Monday's night belated passenger. On his way home Wednesday evening he stopped off at Wolsey to look after his land interests in that vicinity.

The B.J. K. cllub enjoyed an oyster supper and party at the Swab farm home last week, Thursday nite, and on Saturday night were entertained at the D. N. Week's home in Pearl township with a Vienna sausage roast, and taffy pull.

Mrs Coleman, mother of Dr. F. J. Coleman, of Miller, formerly a resident of St. Lawrence, was a guest this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs R. T. Sedam. She had the pleasure of meeting several of her old-time neighbors and friends here.

J. C. McCool arrived home on Saturday's night passenger from his visit with relations at Ft Morgan, Colorado, and Indianola, Iowa.

Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon of Pearl township, mourn the death of their infant son, aged 5 months who died of acute catarrh of the bowels at 5 p.m Tuesday. Funeral services will be held in the Methodist church in St Lawrence, Friday forenooon at 11 o'clock and burial made in the cemetery north of town.


   The Holcomb school is now without a home, the school house having been destroyed by fire Monday evening of last week. The origin of the blaze is unknown. Although homeless, the school is not friendless, as several homes were offered. School was held last week at the Mallula homestead, and a highly creditable Christmas program was rendered by the pupils.
   Miss Mabel Stuart, teacher of the Holcomb school, and also vice president of the district W.C.T.U. has organized a Loyal Temperance Legion among her pupils and the young people of that neighborhood. The object of the society is the teaching of temperance, kindness to animals, preliminary rule, elocution, and other ethical and literary subjects. The Legion will meet every other Sunday afternoon, alternating with the Sabbath school. -- From Camp Crook "Range Gazette."
   Miss Stuart will be remembered by many in Miller and a less number of friends in St. Lawrence. She taught in the Miller high school in 1909-'10, we believe, going from there to Harding Co to reside on a claim. At last election she was the Phohibition nominee for County Superintendent of Schools.
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VOL. 6.     ST. LAWRENCE, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1913.     NO. 17
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Professional Cards
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PORT McWHORTER
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Second Floor of Collins' Drug Store
Miller, South Dakota
Phone Office, Red 55; Res., Green 55
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OSTEOPATHY
ESTELLA WOODRUFF, D.O.
Office on block west and one block north of the depot.
ST. LAWRENCE, SOUTH DAKOTA
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DR. G.H. SESSIONS, M.D.V.
VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST
Office over Collins' Drug Store. Phone No. Main 16.. Calls answered day or night.
MILLER, SOUTH DAKOTA

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F.R. FISHER
LAWYER
OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Miller, South Dakota
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JOHN PUSEY
LAWYER
Practice in all Courts. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to our care.
MILLER, SOUTH DAKOTA
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C.M. CARROLL
LAWYER
Practice in All Courts of the State ______
Judge of Probate Hand County, S. D.
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H.J. BUSHFIELD
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
State's Attorney For Hand County
Real estate law a specialty.  Estates probated and titles cleared up.  Office four doors south of postoffice.
MILLER, SOUTH DAKOTA =======================
B.F. & J.M. MAGNESS
PUBLIC AUCTIONEERS
Double service for single day. Two percent charged for first $509; over that amount one percent. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge will be made.
Phone Green 143, St. Lawrence, S.D.
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VAYLAND ITEMS

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Bert Rose was a Miller visitor Monday.

R. M. Jones was a Huron visitor last week.

John Jones left for Sioux City Saturday.

Mrs. E. W. Carr is visiting in Sioux City this week.

Miss Olga Anderson returned to school at Miller Monday.

Mrs N. S. Nelson is visiting with relative at Minneapolis, MN.

Mrs Sid Fritts returned to her home in Vayland last Monday.

Mrs Ned Lloyd and Mrs Martin Wood were Miller shoppers Saturday.

Miss Grace and Nancy Hannum returned to their studies at Huron Saturday.

Edward Hiatt, of Humboldt, Ia., is visiting with his sister, Mrs. G. Anderson.

Three car loads of cattle and one of hogs were shipped from Vayland last Saturday.

Clyde Wharton and Edward Russell took a trip to Royalton, Minn., last week to look at some land.

Miss Sarah Baker, of Wolsey, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Christ Anderson.

Mrs. Harry House, of Wessington, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Borkhuis, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Rose attended the funeral services of Mrs. Moore at Miller Thursday of last week.

J. McGuire, Eldon Jones and E W Carr accompanied stock to Sioux City and John Douglas to Chicago Saturday.

Literary is still going on. The negative side won last week in the question "Resolved that government ownership of railroads be adopted."
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HOLDEN AND VICINITY
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Rev. Reynolds occupied the pulpit at Sunbeam Sunday.

Start the new year right by renewing your subscription to the News.

W. W. Rush recently sold a large bunch of stock hogs to A. L. Fritts, of  St. Lawrence.

A. H. Heinzerling and family spent New Year's day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W Rush.

John Stone has rented the S. W. 1/4 of 21, the farm now occupied by Joe Davis, for the year 1913.

Lettie and Clifford Rush entertained a great number of their young friends New Year's day.

Jas. Milne has rented school section 16 in Holden and expects to take in stock to pasture the coming season.

Quite a number of the young people of this neighborhood were over to the play at east Burdette It was given by home talent.Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hiatt threw open their beautiful home to a large number of young people last Tuesday night. A fine time was reported by all.
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A Grand Success.

   The Christian Endeavor concert last Friday night was well attended and greatly pleased all present.
   With the exception of three numbers, the following program was rendered:

 1.   Piano Duet...Misses Mabel Altenow       and Klide VanBrunt
 2.   Male Quartette....Messrs. Sheeks,       Flint, Williams, Isaac
 3.   Vocal Solo.............Miss Muriel Pitzer
 4.   Reading......................Mrs Carr, Miller
 5.   Piano Solo.................Rev. J. L. Walsh
 6.   Vocal Solo....Mr. Geo. Sheeks, Huron
 7.   Reading...................Miss Jennie Swab
 8.   Piano Solo.............Miss Annie Clegg
 9.  Vocal Solo...............Mr. C. H. Williams
10. Reading...................Miss Jennie Swab
11 Piano Solo.................Miss K VanBrunt
12. Reading...................Mr. Gwylym Issac
13. Vocal Solo.................Mrs Geo. Sheeks
14. Reading...................................Mrs. Carr
15. Solo...................................Mrs. Jarmuth
16.Reading................................Mrs. Finder
17. Quartette...........Messrs. Sheeks, Flint,       Williams, Issac
   Two more numbers of the C. E. course remain and will be given in the near future, and dates of same will be given in these columns in due time.
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CITY OFFICERS
Trustee 1st ward - C.H. Williams
Trustee 2nd ward - J.M. King
Trustee 3rd ward - T. W. Wilson
Treasurer - L.T. Jarmuth
Clerk - M.O. Thompson
Assessor - J.B. Kintigh
Marshall - P. C. Arends
Street Commissioner.- M.O. Thompson

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HAND COUNTY NEWS
J. L. FLINT
Editor and Publisher
Entered at the Postoffice at St. Lawrence, South Dakota as second-class mail matter.
Offical Paper of Hand County

Subscription $1.00 Per Year
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Methodist Church
Services every Sunday morning at 10:45; evening service at 8:00. Sabbath School at 12:00. Epworth League meets at 7:00 o'clock p.m.  Junior League at 3:30 p.m. Midweek prayer meeting Thursday at 8:00 p.m.  W.F.M.S. first Tuesday of each month.

Everybody is cordially invited to attend. J. L. Walsh, Pastor
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Presbyterian Church
Morning services every Sunday at 10:30 o'clock. Sunday School at 11:30. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.m. You are always welcome.
Rev. Issac, Pastor

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Wm. J. McPHAIL,
Contractor and Builder

All Kinds of
Building & Repairing
Shop and Screen Work A Specialty.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
GIVE ME A CALL
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R. S. SHEPHARD'S

Dray Line

ST. LAWRENCE, S.D.

Special Attention Given to All Classes of Work in Our Line.


Phone Number Red 97.
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C. L. Starr,
AUCTIONEER

Live Stock and Farm Sales a Specialty.


Terms One Per Cent.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.

YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
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City Meat Market
EMIL FINDER
Proprietor
Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats, Fish, Game and Oysters in season.
Cash paid for hides
ST. LAWRENCE, SOUTH DAKOTA
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We thank our old customers
For their patronage for the past year and solicit a continuation for the new year. We  invite new accounts and business and guarantee absolute safety combined with satisfactory services. We have Safety Deposit Boxes for rent, and make FARM LOANS on very liberal terms.
First State Bank
St. Lawrence, S.D.
F. D. Green, Pres.
F. A. Altenow, Vice Pres.
L. T. Jarmuth, Cashier
L. Stechmann, Ass't. Cashier

 
LODGE DIRECTORY
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TURTLE VALLEY LODGE NO. 61
I.O.O.F.
Meets every Monday night at 8 p.m.
C. F. CALLSEN, N.G.
J. L. FLINT, V.G.
REV. J. L. WALSH, Secretary
EMIL FINDER, Treas..

Visting brothers always cordially welcome
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REBEKAH LODGE NO. 124

Meets First and Third Wednesday Evening at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows Hall.
MRS. HANNAH LOOMIS, N.G.
MRS. IDA FLINT, V.G.
MRS. LULU MILLER, Treas.
MISS ETHEL ICE,  Sec.

Visiting brothers and sisters are cordially invited to meet with us.
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A. O. U. W.

Meets first and third Thursday of each month

F. A. ALTENOW,  Master Workman
R. T. SEDAM,  Recorder
L. T. JARMUTH,  Financier
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
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DEGREE OF HONOR
Meets Second and Fourth Friday of Month.

MRS F. A. ALTENOW, C.O.
MRS. R. T. SEDAM, L.O.
MRS. H. CLEGG, Financier
MRS. L. T. JARMUTH, Receiver
Visiting members are always cordially invited.
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Farm for Rent
   320 acres in Pearl township. For further information see T. H. Hall, 2 miles west and 3 1/2 south of Vayland.
H. Bayer, owner, Sioux, Nebraska
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Money to loan on Hand county land at all times. Rates reasonable. Prompt settlement.

First State Bank - St. Lawrence, S.D.
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All persons indebted to the St. Lawrence Lumber Co, either on note or book account, are requested to settle at once. We have been as lenient as possible during the hard times, but must have our money now.
St. Lawrence Lumber Co,
C. H. Williams, Mgr.
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CREAM STATION
I am prepared to pay the highest market price for cream. Call and see me next door south of First State bank.
Wm. Wilson
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Schedule of Teachers' Examinations for 1913
For Second, Third, and Primary Grade Certificates:
April 3-4; July 24-25; October 9-10
For Life Diplomas,l State and First Grade Certificates
February 27; March 1; August 28-30.
May Rudd,
County Superintendent
Dakota State News section does NOT include all those from this issue. I chose a few. csr
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Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Install
   
   At the last regular meeting, January 1, the Rebekahs installed the following officers for this term:
   Mrs Hannah Loomis, NG
   Mrs Ida Flint, V G.
   Miss Ethel Ice, Secretary.
   Mrs. Lulu Miller, Treasurer, not being present, will be installed at a future meeting.
   On Monday night, January 6, the Odd Fellows installed the following officers for the present term:
   C. F. Callsen, N. G.
   J. L. Flint, V. G.
   Emil Finder, Treasurer.
   Rev. J. L. Walsh, Secretary
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Workman and D. of H. Officers
   On Tuesday night, January 7, the A. O. U. W. and Degree of Honor lodges installed officers as follows for the ensuing term::
   P. M. W., F. A. Altenow
   M. W., R. T. Sedam
   Foreman, L. T. Jarmuth
   Overseer, F. L. Sedam
   Financier, L. T Jarmuth
   Recorder, R. S Shephard
   Receiver, F. A. Altenow
   Guide, Henry Clegg
   Inside Watch, T I. Murphy
   Outside Watch, J. A. Loomis
   Medical Examiner, Dr. J. B. Taylor
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   C. O., Mrs. F. A. Altenow
   L. O., Mrs. R. T. Sedam
   Recorder, R. S. Shephard
   Financier, Mrs. H. Clegg
   Receiver, Mrs. L. T Jarmuth

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C.  E. Society Elects Officers
   A meeting of the Christian Endeavor socieety was held at the home of Mrs Alma Drew, Tuesday night, at which time and place the following officers were elected for the next six months:
   President, Miss Myrtle Clegg
   Vice President, Clyde Ice
   Treasurer, Miss Bertha King
   Secretary, Miss Alma Flint
   Following the election of officers an impromptu debate was participated in, the question being, "Resolved that the hatpin is more beneficial to mankind than the button hook." The affirmative won.
   A literary society was organized and the first program will be given Tuesday night, January 21. If the citizens in general are sufficiently interested and will lend a helping hand future meetings will be held.
   Before the meeting adjourned the members enjoyed refreshments.
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ANNOUNCEMENT

     I have purchased the F. A. Altenow stock of General Merchandise and will continue to do business at the same place, and will stock up with new goods as fast as I can get them here. My prices will be as low as any in Hand County.
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     I will be pleased to meet all of Mr. Altenow's old customers and new ones as well. I have come here to stay and will give all courteous and prompt attention.
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Come in and Get Acquainted
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Highest Market Price Paid for Butter and Eggs.
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GEORGE FUGATE
ST. LAWRENCE, :  :  SOUTH DAKOTA
 
 
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DAKOTA STATE NEWS
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FIVE CENTS PENALTY FOR USE OF PROFANE SPEECH
Ree Heights, S. D., Jan. 6---One of the most unique clubs ever organized in the state hs just been formed here , with many male residents of Ree Heights as members It will be known as the Anti-Profane Language league, and as an aid to the memory of the members a fine is provided for those who forget themselves of 5 cents per cuss. The money thus collected will be sent to the Children's home at sioux Falls. The fund is expected to grow rapidly until some of the more profane members become accustomed to relieving their feelings in some other manner.
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MILLER--After having eaten her breakfast and gone into the parlor to sit down, Mrs James Moore, of this place, was found dead sitting in her chair a few moments later by her daughter who went to give her medicine.

TABOR---Death came suddenly to Mrs. Vaclav Hladky, a well known resident of the territory near Tabor. She was recovering from an attack of pneumonia. While at dinner she was attacked by heart failure and died almost instantly. She was 77 years of age. Mrs Hladky took up her residence in this vicinity in 1875.

ABERDEEN---Merritt McPhea, aged 33, of Bowman, ND. and Will Connelly, of Ypsilanti, Michigan, were burned to death in a fire which destroyed the Sterling hotel at Bowman and the adjoining barber shop and restaurant. Tom Connelly, a brother of the dead man, was severely burned when he attempted to rescue his brother. Loss, $40,000
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STROOL [anyone know where that is/was? csr]---A liveryman here has an unclaimed team of horses on his hands. Two weeks ago a stranger drove up to the barn and left a buggy drawn by two horses. He told the liveryman a "short, heavy-set" man would call for the rig the next day, and departed. The "short, heavy-set man" has not yet appeared, and the liveryman is at a loss to know what to do with the team.

ABERDEEN---J. Roy Hubbart, who has been manager of the Sherman hotel here for the past two years, has purchased a half interest in the property.