VOL. 6. ST. LAWRENCE, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1913. NO. 34
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Second Floor of Collins' Drug Store
Miller, South Dakota
Phone Office, Red 55; Res., Green 55
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
OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Miller, South Dakota
Practice in all Courts. Prompt attention given to all business intrusted to our care.
MILLER, SOUTH DAKOTA
Practice in All Courts of the State ______
Judge of Probate Hand County, S. D.
B.F. & J.M. MAGNESS
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.
Locals and Personals
Notice to Stock Owners.
You are hereby notified to keep your stock from running at large. If this notice is not complied with the marshal will impound same.
By Order of Village Council.
P.C. Arends, Marshal.
Notice to Clean Up.
Every property holder and renter is hereby notified to clean up his preemises of weeds, trash, etc., by Mary 20, 1913, or same will be done by order of the village council and expense of same taxed against the property.
P.C. Arends, Marshal.
Cover Your Cisterns.
There are a number of cisterns on vacant lots about town which are not properly covered for the safety of the public. Each owner is requested to see that same is put in safe condition.
By Order of Village Council.
P.C Arends, Marshal.
TURTLE VALLEY LODGE NO. 61
Meets every Monday night at 8 p.m.
F. C. CALLSEN, N.G.
J. L. FLINT, V.G.
J. L. WALSH, Secretary
EMIL FINDER, Treas..
Visting brothers always cordially welcome
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 MIDLER, Treas.
MISS ETHEL ICE, Sec.
Visiting brothers and sisters are cordially invited to meet with us.
A. O. U. W.
Meets first and third Thursday of each month
F. A. ALTENOW, Master Workman
H. CLEGG, Recorder
G. SMITH, Financier
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
DEGREE OF HONOR
Meets Second and Fourth Friday of Month.
MRS A. ALTENOW, C.O.H.
MRS. IDA JARMUTH, L.O.H.
MRS. M. CLEGG, Financier.
MRS. IDA JARMUTH, Receiver.
Visiting members are always cordially invited.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Goyke, of York township, Sunday.
P.C. Arends had a small tumor removed from the lobe of his right ear a few days ago.
Messrs. Jacobs and Mortensen laid a new floor in the front part of the post office yesterday.
Messrs. Scovill and Danburg did some good cement work for a drain at the bank corner today.
A large delegation from St. Lawrence and vicinity attended the Miller class play last Saturday night.
Mrs. E.M. Smith whose health has been rather poorly of late, was able to be out again the first of this week.
This section was visited by several fine showers last Thursday night and Friday and again on Tuesday night.
Gaylord Starr, who finished a term of school in York township last Friday, had a picnic Wednesday for his pupils.
Allen Harris finished plowing 87 acres for J.A. Loomis with his steam plowing outfit and 50 acres for O.D. Thompson.
Sunday forenoon Rev. Isaac will deliver a sermon on Mother's Day. The baccalaureate sermon will be given in the evening.
Len Breese started in to buy cream for the Carthage creamery Monday. St. Lawrence will soon have three cream stations in operation.
Mrs. C. McPhail arrived home on Monday's evening passenger from Onida, where she had been as a delegate to the W. C. T. U. convention.
P.H. Coquillette, of Miller, called yesterday and ordered an ad put in the News advertising his furniture and millinery business. Read it over.
Henry Hostetter, who sojourned here for several weeks and rented his farm to J.G. McCormack, returned to his home at Gays, Illinois, the latter part of last week.
L.H. Truax had sales bills printed for a sale on May 15. He intends to engage in the furniture business at some point in North Dakota. His sale notice appears in another column.
B.F. Magness, accompanied by his broth, J.M. and Miss Edna Fritts, drove his auto to Onida Sunday to bring Mrs. Magness home, who attended the W.C.T.U. convention there last week.
Hon. C.E. Cunningham, of DesMoines, speaker of the house of representatives in Iowa, was in town last Friday and Saturday and closed a land deal with M.C. Blackmer, who traded him his half section of land in Huges county.
Aberdeen Daily News: C.F. Shephard, engineer, was retained for the summer and for the next school year. Since Mr. Shephard has held his position all of the boilers have been insured and are inspected at stated periods every year. The board was well pleased with the work he had done.
B.F. Magness attended a pulbic sale out at Pierre last Saturday.
Mrs. J. R. Hoover entertained the Ladies Aid society yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. G.H. Kiddle and daughter are visiting for a few days this week in Madison.
J.G. McCormack and family have taken up their residence in the M.D. Harris house.
F.M. Cox is driving the mail wagon over routes one and two this week for R.T. Sedam.
J.B. Kintigh arrived from Minnesota last week Thursday night, having shipped a car load of cattle in for Magness Bros., which arrived on Friday.
C.H. Williams received two Velie automobiles, one of which was for B.F. Magness and the other was purchased by Frank Hudson, of York township.
Miss Edna Fritts, who has been clerking in a store at Huron for the past six months, is here on a few days visit, after which she intends to go to Newcastle, Wyoming on an extended visit.
Mrs. C.E. Sorensen, Miss Hazel Flint and Earl Swab were taken into the Rebekah Lodge Wednesday night. Over 40 members were present. After lodge closed all partook of dainty refreshments.
Mrs. M.D. Harris and daughter, Miss Nina, departed last Friday morning for Fairview, Montana, to take up their residence. Mr. Harris and son, Dwight, left about two weeks ago. May success attend them in their new home. Whenever they decide to return to the Sunshine state their friends here will welcome them.
Mrs. O.V. Breese and baby, of Lincoln, Nebraska, arrived here last Saturday forenoon to visit relations.
J.L. Jones has been suffering with blood poison in his right hand as the result of a wound not healing properly.
About twenty ladies spent the afternoon Wednesday with Mrs. John Danburg, the occasion being her 56th birthday anniversary.
C.C. Porter, who has been station agent at this pace for nearly two years, bought a 75 acre improved farm in Polk county, near Cumberland, Wisconsin. His family will likely leave here next Monday. Their many friends here very much regret to lose this estimable family, but will wish them unbounded success in their new home.
DAKOTA STATE NEWS
SCHOOL BOND VOTE
Bonds for the erection of a new school house carried by a vote of 133 for and 51 against, and vote on site stood 138 for, 46 against.
HAND COUNTY NEWS
Editor and Publisher.
Entered at the Post Office at St. Lawrence, South Dakota as second-class mail matter.
Subscription $1.00 Per Year
Call on Wm. Wilson fo shorts and bran.
Get your baseball goods at H. Clegg's drug store.
Take your cream and eggs to Wm. Wilson, first door south of First State Bank.
Before you sell your cream see Wm. Wilson. He will pay you the top price.
May I have your next can of cream? L.A. Breese, agent for Carthage creamery.
Highest prices paid for cream. L.A. Breese.
L.A. Breese buys cream for Carthage creamery. Try him. Old hotel building.
Dr. D.C. Bond, Oph. D., the well known eye specialist of Mitchell, S.D., will be at Hotel St. Lawrence, Saturday, May 24. Eyes carefully examined. Glasses made that FIT. Special attention to headaches. Crossed eyes straightened.
R.C. Rhode Island Reds eggs for hatching 13 for 50c, or $3.00 per hundred. Mrs. H. Clegg
For Sale ---Seed flax of fine quality. Ollie Smith
For grain smut, potato scab, and general disinfectant it pays to use formaldehyde - 35c. H. Clegg's Drug Store
Money to loan on Hand county land at all times. Rates reasonable. Prompt settlement.
First State Bank, St. Lawrence, SD
Wall paper --- your inspection solicited. Make your selection from all samples ---from 5c up. H. Clegg, Druggist
Calcimo, alabastine, buggy and wagon paint, Jap-a-Lac, garden seeds, white clover and rape seed.
H. Clegg, Druggist.
Do not send away for your stock food. We will sell it to you cheaper than you can buy it at wholesale. Call and see:
St. Lawrence Lumber Co.
Harness! Harness! Harness!
Do you need a set? If you do, call and see the assortment of Studebaker Harness, we have in stock; not the cheapest, but the best on the market.
St. Lawrence Lumber Co.
PHONE RED 87.=====MILLER, S.D.
The Low Priced Establishment of Hand Co. For the Puchase of
FURNITURE, MILLINERY, PIANOS, SEWING MACHINES, RUGS, CARPETS, ETC.
Undertaking In Connection.
Licensed Embalmer. Lady Assistant.
WESSINGTON SPRINGS -- Despondant because of ill health, Miss Marie Vibrant, aged 50, who made her home on a farm in Jerauld county with her brother, Ernest Vibrant, committed suicide by swallowing a quanity of paris green. The dead woman was born in Germany but had lived in the United States a number of years.
MILLER -- Wheat and small grain seeding is practically finished in this section and much of the earliest sown grain is up and doing nicely. The planting of corn will begin soon and a large acreage will be put out than formerly.
GETTYSBURG - A lot has just been purchased here for the new city hall suthorized by the voters, bonds for which, in the sum of $5000, were recently sold to the state. The building will be 24x70 feet in size, two stories high, and of brick.
CRESBARD - Howard Africa, postmaster at Chelsea, and editor of a newspaper there, has been here looking over the local field preparatory to establishing a new newspaper in Cresbard. The first issue is expected to appear soon.
IROQUOIS - The Iroquois Chief has just completed its 25th year here. It was established 25 years ago by J.F. Halladay, former state auditor, who still publishes it. The paper is one of the best known small town weeklies in South Dakota.
HURON - Huron now has a real live commercial club. It is composed of nearly 200 members. The officers are: J.P. Walsh, president; Charles P. Warren, vice president; Thomas H. Campbell, treasurer. A secretary will be named later by the board of directors, which is composed of J.P. Walsh, Charles P. Warren, R.E. Cone, D.G. Medberry, R.O. Grover, B.M. Beach and Alex Urquhart.
Having other interests which require my attention, I will offer at Public Auction on the Kintigh farm S 1/2-33 four miles south and two miles east of the village of St. Lawrence, S.D., Friday May 16, 1913, beginning at 12 o'clock sharp, the following described property to wit:
Eight head of horses consisting of one bay gelding 6 years old, weight 1200; one bay gelding 11 years old, weight 1100; 1 black gelding 8 years old, weight 1100; 1 bay mare 8 years old, weight 1050; 1 bay mare 9 years old, weight 1050; 1 grey saddle pony, 1 bay mare eight years old with foal, wight 1000; 1 sorrel mare 10 years old, weight 1000.
Twenty-four Cattle -- consisting of 10 head of yearling steers and heifers, 4 yead of 2 year heifers, 6 good milk cows, 3 last fall calves. 1 2-year-old Red Polled Bull -- a good one.
Fifteen head of sows, six sows and little pigs, 25 head of thoroughbred White Wyondotte chickens.
Feed -- 150 bus. good shelled corn, 50 sacks cracked corn, several tons bran and shorts, 25 sacks Patent flour.
Machinery, etc. -- 1 Mandt wagon, triple box, 1 hay rack, 1 Success manure spreader, 1 John Deere top buggy, 1 mower, one hay rake, 2 riding cultivators and corn planter never used. 1 Fuller and Johnson 14 in. gang plow, 1 8-foot disc, 1 20-foot flexible drag, 1 harrow cart, 1 11-foot Hoosier Drill, three sets heavy Concord harness, 1 set 1-1/2-in driving harness, 1 single driving harness. This machinery is all new this spring; part of it having never been used.
One saddle, collars, blankets, etc. A few pieces of household furniture, and other numerous articles.
Free lunch served at noon.
Terms of sale -- Sums of $10 and under cash; on all sums over $10 time will be given to Oct. 1, 1913, purchaser to give approved note bearing interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum. Settlement must be made according to terms of sale before property is removed from the premises.
Lloyd H. Truax, Owener.
J.M. Magness, Auctioneer.
L.T. Jarmuth, Clerk.
METHODIST MINISTER SUDDENLY DERANGED
Huron, S.D. - May 5 - Word comes from Broadland, in the northern part of this county, to the effect that Rev. R.N. Cratz, in charge of the Methodist church in that place for several months past, has become mentally deranged. Mr. Cratz is about 70 years of age, and prior to coming to Dakota territory studied for the ministry and supplied several pulpits. After serving as register of the government land office at Mitchell some years, he was induced to again enter the ministry, and supplied churches in various towns in this part of the state. His condition is such that his removal to a sanatorium will be necessary.
I am in the market to buy all kinds of
MARKETABLE FAT STOCK
Highest Market Price Paid at all times.
Let me know what you have to sell.
C.L. STARR, St. Lawrence, S.D.
5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, and 25c articles
Granite and Tinware, each, 5c to 20c
China and Tinware from 5c to 10c
Hooks and Eyes, Safety Pins, Hair Nets and Buttons, 2 packages for only 5c
Good White Handkerchiefs, 2 for 5c
Lace and Insertion, per yd., 3 for 10c
Broaches and Belt Pins, 10c to 25c
Embroideries, per yd. from 7c to 20c
Latest Hair Barrettes, from 10c to 20c
TOYS-- Garden Sets, Brooms, Dolls, Toy Kitchen Ware, Balls, Marbles, Dominoes, Whistles, Etc. Etc.
Watch for Saturday Specials.
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