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VOLUME III
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Turner County Herald.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
RUUUSHED BY
W. C. BROWN.
TKKMS ti.so PBB YEAR.
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Juperlntendent
BAWIST
IN
Advance.
THIS PAPER ESJSflBSiWBK!iXS
AdT^tttaln^ ()0
SprocB 8r. whrr* nd*rr^siiri
awyUi a»»4« tor ltiar NKfV
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GENERAL DIRECTORY.
O. ft. OKFICERS,
Gilbert A. I'lerce
M. I.. McCormack
ttonrnor
SBcrrtiry
Chief Justice Martlet! TrlnVi
Judte Fourth Judicial llistrlct.V/.^xi-alnfo'r
Msnluu........., \v Mnmtta
aMiTit&er 'Ca"a,,d
deflstrr I.and Office. Yankton (i. A. Wetter
«ee«l«r •. ... K. M. Ziebac'i
TKnniroKtAt "•KKICKHS.
Delegate la Con treat
rreaiurer
Auditor ..
Attorney aetierxl
•upt Public Instruction.....
8 Gilford
W Knyimind
E W Caldwell
Rice
..A Sheridan Jones
COUNTY omCKRS.
Register of Deeds Moore
r™»?«r«r I. B. Beebe
Sheriff v«\vhv
Judge of I'robatc '..6. C. Stuart
ss699or .hi ... O 0 Peterson
of Schools t) \V Sloan
5?"»er RE lluehanan
tarvejror j,| cutter
Jlerk of Court Vale P. Thiclinan
CountT Attorney CI) Cone
Commissioners—Decatur Stewart. Joseph Allen,
NeEou
lann-
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Andrew Betelson, Sorcn
CItCKCH DJRKCTOnv.
PXEsnrsKitiAy Cnuncn—Wm ,T Hill, pastor.
Henrteea at the ('race church every other Sun
day at 3 o'clock p. m.
CATHOLIC CHURCH—Near Swan L.akp. Uev
Kdwarl Power, pastor. Mass at II o'clock a.
m.. to be rollowed with catechism, nlteroutiuK
each second Sunday with Centrovli'e.
Council—Corner Park Boulevard and
Dakota street. Rev. CofTman pastor. Ser
rlces ev«ry Sunday at ll n. m. Sunday school
at 12 in. Prayer meeting every Thursday eve
nlagat 8 p. m. Young people's prayer meeting
.Sunday evening at 8 p. m.
E. CuncH—Kev. I. A. Sparks, pastor. Ser"
Tile at Craee church every liix'ay at 11 a. ni.:
at Sprint Valley school house at 3 p. in.
*. S.
M'COOK POST, NO. 3t,
O. A.
R,
Meet first and third Saturday of each month
at 7 p. m.. In Allen's liall.
HURLEY LODGE NO. 01. I. O. (!. T.
Meets every Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock
Visiting members cordially Invited to attend.
Degree meetings.
Second and Fourth Fridays in each month.
C. II. GODUARI), \V. T.
Miss CAHUIKCONKLIN, W. It. S.
Vhkago and Northwestern
Table.
TRAINS UOIXC EAST.
Passenger, No, 42
tTrelght, 45
Itullway Titut
*. rttual"
You will save money by trading your
.k: butter, eggs, potatoes and cash atSar-
f4
A
Vx:'-4:
p. in,
FLOINO WEST.
Passenger, No. 41
eugei
Freight, 45
2:55 p. III.
9:10 a. m.
11:10 a. m.
for Chicago and
Make through connectlnn
Sioux City.
Yankton trains conncct at Ccntreville with
both morning and evening passenger.
W. A. THRALL, Uen'l Ticket Agent.
W. E. WOIITMAN. Agent
BUSINESS BRIEFS.
:C-1 Jos. Allen loans money.
1 Bring in your job work.
Gloves end mittens at cost, at Itobin
son's.
Boots and shoes at cost for cash, at
'"J. Sargent's.
j.
For Trunks, Valises &c., at cost go to
^iPier & Ferguson's.
The choicest line of Tobacco and
g^f€igars at Pioneer Drug store.
Farmers, call at the Herald office and
insurance rates in the Dakota Mu-
Agent's.
Someone has figured out that life is
a,4s''flikeharness
because it contains "traces"
care, "lines
"of trouble, "bits" of
p^lgood fortune, breeches ot good man-
y|ners and bridled tongnes, and every
|one has a "tug" to pull through a se
vere cold unless they take Chamber
plain's Cough Remedy. Best buy a bot
,* rtle of Emiel Brauch before you get
jstrapped.
4
Mr. N
Wf
AADes
G. Moulder, superintendent
?tor the Bradstreet' Mercantile Agency,
r"?? Moines, Iowa, says he is highly
pleased with the effect of Chamberlain's
Cough Kennedy, that bis family have
i'"- used it with marked benefit, similar
-expressions are heard ih every commu
mty where it is sold. Any one using it
will not long suffer with a cold. It is
pleasent to take and harmless to give
children of any age. Sold by E. Brauch.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
now offer for sale, in lots to suit
purchasers, thirty acres of desirable
land within the corporate limits of -the
town of Hurley.
ij V*1 Terms and prices reasonable.
Call early and secure a bargain.
•. E. M. JUDSON.
Tt'' Uentlstry.
Dr. L. B. Alderman will, until fur
.ber notice, be prepared to meet those
requiring his service, as follows:
HUIHUIY—Mondays. ,?
CKNTRKVILI-K—Tuesdays.
FAKKER—Saturdays.
Winter Is not yet over,
bat you can buy Overcoats, Caps, Mit
tens, Ladies' Cloaks, Hoods, Flannels
etc., at Pier & Ferguson's so cheap that
}t will pay you to buy if you don't want
to use them until next winter.
New stock Clothing just received
which I will sell cheap, for cash or
ready pay..only. Junia Sargent.
Last Cull.
All parties owing me have until
April 1st to square up their accounts.
Please bear this in mind and govern
yourselves accordingly.
Yours Truly,
OSCAR O. SSYDER.
Gentlemen,
The "Acme Club" beats them all. The
only unllavored, long-flllor Havana ci
gar for 5 cents in town. Try one at Pio
neer Drug Morn.
T.OCAI1 MENTION.
Overcoats at cost, at ltobinson's
Fresh candles at Mansfield & Ailens's
The Widow," worth a million "at
Kees'.
"White beans, nice and clean," at
Sargent's.
Ira Ferguson now occupies the Christ
inason house.
Dr. Sill's, Blood Root and Tolu cough
syrup at Rees'.
Try that choice maple sugar at Pio
neer Drug Store.
Kerosene will illuminate, but Mans
field & Allen have the lamps.
"May Queen." best Havana filled
nickle cigar in town, at Rees'.
Charlie Wallace has purchased J. R.
Buchanan's barber shop outfit.
Drags! Drags! Drags! Who said
Drags Elliott & Bach sell drags.
A thoroughbred short-horn durham
bull for sale cheap, by W. R. Uowdy.
Pier & Ferguson have been opening
several cases of dry goods this week.
Good girl wanted immediately at
Tremont House. E. J. Potter, Prop.
Bring in your advertisements and job
work and get ready for the spring
trade.
We still have plenty of apples and
they are sound and good. Mansfield &
Allen.
The Northwestern railroad company
pay over eleven hundred dollars taxes
in Turner county.
Mr. Klay will give eight months
time to any party wishing to purchase
his house in Hurley.
The attendance nt the Feenstra sale
Monday was quite large, and good
prices were realised.
Mail service on the Centreville-Y ank
ton branch of the Northwestern will
commence next Monday, the 15th intt.
Hurley merchants complain of in
sufficient force to run their stores when
trade is as brisk as it was last Satur
day.
Lewis 11. Moter, of Lincoln county,
has been sentenced to one year in the
penitentiary for selling tnortgiiged prop-!
erty.
Jos. Smith's pleasant countenencu is
now visible daily on the streets. Jot-.!
and •'Chief are now ready for busi
ness.
Mansfield & Allen have just received
a new lot of jewelry, consisting of
watches, chains, pins, rings, all of the
late styles.
.The Dakota division question is an
important one. but it has o'.en decided
that .Elliott & Hach's is the best place
to buy barb wire.
Mrs. II M. Marker, of Chamberlain,
will lecture at tile Baptist church
Thursday evening. March 18th. All
arc cordially invited to attend.
Young ladies who wander around
strange houses after dark should be
ware pit-'allsand uncovered cisterns.
Better take your fellow with you next
time.
Farmers, why let your horses cough
so when you can get Oscar C. Baldy's
condition powders at Rees'. The best
condition powders put up—D. C. Tur
ner.
A sleighing party of Hurley's young
folks surprised S.^J. Patrick and wife
at their residence in Spring Valley last
Saturday evening, and all report a
pleasant time.
The eastern railroad strike has not
interfered with Mansfield & Allen's re
ceiveng the finest stock of grocsries in
Turner county, which they sell at bot
tom figures for cash.
Court failed to convene Tuesday on
account of the non-appearance of the
judge. Wednesday the preliminaries
were gone through with, and this morn
business commences.
Hugh Itundell sold a car load of steers
last Saturday which aveniged 1,616
pounds. The cattle were bought by J.
W. Reedy, of Beresford, who paid 34.00
per hundred for them.
It is very important in erecting
buildings to have good foundations and
chimneys, and there is nothing better
for this purpose than the ankton
brick, which are sold low by Oscar
Snyder.
We learn from the Press and Da
kotaian that Mrs. Hattie Clyde, wife of
Rev. Moray Clyde, is seriously ill. This
news will be received with feelings of
sorrow by her many friends in Hurley
and vicinity.
C'entrtville will celebrate "St. Pat
rick's Day in the Morning" by a Fire
man's dance, for the purpose of raising
money to purchase uniforms for the
fire fighters." A good time is prom
ised to all who attend.
A letter received from L. M. Basye,
dated at Pomona, California March 3d,
contains an apricot blossom from his
orchard, also an announcement, that
he had the day preivious gathered from
another fruit bearing" tree a son.
The G. A. R. and Ladies Relief Corps
of Parker will hold, a camp fire and
socialSaturday Eve., March 20th. Capt.
Lucas will be present and enliven the
occassion. A supper will be served
and a number of prizes voted for. An
invitation is extended to all to attend.
An Iowa paper says: another swin
dle is being worked on the farmers. A
man goes around through the country
buying up straw stacks for paper mills.
He gives his note for the sum, takes a
receipt and departs. It is merely a
dodge to get the farmer's signature to
a paper which afterwards turns up as
a promissory note at the bank, left for
collection.
The First National bank of Sioux
Falls has been closed by the sheriff for
failure to pay a check', drawn by the
citshier thereof. Is not a certificate of
deposit of equal standing? and if so,
could not both of the Parker banks be
closed for failure to make good their
paper which J.hey flaunted as genuine
in the faces of the voters of Turner
county at the late election?
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JSiSM'
Marion Melange,
MARCH, 3,1SS6.
Alpha's reply to Commissioner Bert
elsen did not atop that serial, and we
hope all may be benefited it.
Mr. ,Ias. Kinkaid, of Rochester, Minn,
is here on a visit, and thinks he will
remain during the summer and prehaps
permanently.
Mrs. W. A. Hollo arrived from Mis
souri the other day, and will make Da
kota her permanent home with her
husband and hei daughter, Mrs. M. A.
Selles.
Banker Reiff is extremely happy over
the advent of a new cashier, but as he
is quite small, will have to wait awhile
yet before he will be of much assistance.
At any rate he has great hopes for him.
Mother and boy doing well.
Peter Tiahrt of
100-55,
hied himself
away to Springfield this week, and. on
Tuesday took unto himself a helpmeet
for man in the person of Miss Anna
Schmidt, of Bon Homme county. The
happy couple will at once occupy the
groom's splendid farm in
100-55,
thus
making another addition the residents
of Rosefield township. We -wish the
worihy young couple unbounded suc
cess,
MARCH
9,1886.
W. C. Carpenter is quite sick with
blood poisoning, He also is nursing a
large carbuncle^
The schools through Rosefield town
ship will all close this next week. They
were all quite well attended.
Mr. S. Kinkaid moved onto the Glenn
farm this week, and Mr. Glenn will
come to bo a resident of our town in a
few days.
Supt. Sloan was through Rosefield
last week visiting the schools. Burt is
a good and efficient officer and worthy
of the support of all.
HUTZEL,
Hurley Creamery.
Sfllcient stock having been taken to
insure the successor the creamery pro
ject the articles of incorporation have
been forwarded to the secretary of the
territory for a certificate of incorpora
tion.
At a meeting of the stockholders
held last Saturday evening a board of
trustees was elected, consisting of Jos.
Allen, J. II. Farnsworth, E. Withee,
Gtis. Bach, J. J. Mansfield, C. M. Pier
and D. W. Fairchild.
After the adjournment of the meet-I
ing ol' the stockholders, the trustees
organized bv the election of the follow
ing oHi::er.s:
Cliiiirniiin—Jos. Allen
Secretary— C. M. Pier
Treasurer—Edward May.
It being late the board then adjourned
until Monday evening.
At the adjourned meeting plans for a
building were adopted and work will*
be commenced at once, and is is ex
pected that the creamery will be in
running order by the first of May.
NOTICE.
To the members of Hurley Lodge No.
75,1. O. O. F. and visiting Brothers:
You are hereby notified to be at the
lodge room to-morrow (Friday) at 12:30
o'clock p. m. sharp, to assist in the last
sad rites towards our brother, P. G.,
David Conway.
C. .1. BACII, Sec.
A skeleton was unearthed in Brule
county recently, with a one cent piece
clinched in one baud. It is presumed
that it was the remains of a Dakota
editor who tried to take his weidth
along with hi:n—Exchange.
It was probably the remains of a
member of a county printing combi
nation," and he had secured the funds
for the year's work and was unwilling
to divide with his co-laborers.
On Friday Walter Carr will have
completed ten years of business ex
perience ih Yankton on his own respon
sibility and during the ten years he
has occupied the same business location.
He began in a low wooden structure
and now occupies a handsome brick of
his own. Mr. Carr has given close at
tention to business during these years
and by square dealing has built up a
trade which will continue with him as
long as he continues his merchantile
career—Yankton Press, 4th.
The editor of this paper remembers
well the dav on which Walter took the
eventful step and "launched his bark"
on the uncertain waves of the mer
cantile world, and he has proved that
by strict attention to business, economy
and a judicious use of printer's ink suc
cess is only a question of time.
Press and Dakotaian: The most con
vivial member of Dakota's most con
vivial legislature, appears to have
downed the devil and got on the top.
The Milan (Ohio) Advertiser of Feb
ruary 27th contains this item: Ans
ley Gray, who spoke here several times
during the late meetings, is now en
gaged in .transplanting gospel temper
ance into the somewhat doubtful soil
of Huron. Success to him for thev
need it down there, and he deserves it."
Indications point to a heavy immi
gration the coining season, and of a
class th it have the means to rapidly
develop the resources of this country.
One party writes that he wants a sec
tion of land, and that he can land in
Hurley with household gtods, six good
mules and 80,000 in cash. Let each one
who has the interest of Turner county
at heart do his utmost to secure a new
settler this
season. There are thousands
of acres of untitled land which should
be producing and adding to the wealth
of the owner and the county.
With stock sufficient to consume its
grass and hay, Turner county would be
one of the wealthiest in the territory
and prosperity would be the lot of all
who were willing to do their part in
making this section the garden spot of
the "cow counties."
Four or five cars of the bestsnft coal
ever shipped to Hurley, just received
by Snyder.
Sweet cider at Pioneer drug storo,
J/
DIKD.
CONWAY—At Hurley, Dak.. Wednesday, March
10,1686, of bronchitis, David Conway, aged 72
yrs and 3 mos.
Mr. Conway leaves a daughter, Mrs.
Ira G. Ferguson, of Hurley, and two
sons, Lincoln, of Spring Valley. Dak.,
and William, of Wintersett, Iowa, be
sides a large circle of ardent friends to
mourn|his loss. Funeral services will
take place Friday—prayer at the house
at 1 p. m., and services at the Baptist
church at 1:30, to be conducted by the
Odd Fellows, of- which order he. has
been a member for over fifty years.
PKItSONAL.
Miss Llllie While departed for Maple
ton, Iowa, Tuesday evening on a visit.
Jerry Manning was down from Sa
lem the first of tile week. He contem
plates closing his Hurley billiard rooms.
Mrs. Denny, mother of Mrs. G. S.
Conklin, arrived last evenihg from her
home in Pennington, Iowa, and wil'
visit several weeks in Hurley.
J. B. Beebe and Wife came down
from Parker last Thursday, Mr. Beebe
returning honle Friday and Mrs. B. re
maining over Sunday to visit with
friends.
Junia Sargent is home from his trip
to his old home in northern Pennsyl
vania. He savs things look a little
crowded in that section, and that they
beat Dakota for snow storms.
Insure in the Dakota' Mutual. Jos.
Allen will make out your papers, and
give you all necessarv information.
Chief Justice Tripp rendered a de
cision at Sioux Falls Tuesday, which
ma?, at ho very distant day, cut con
siderable figure in this county. The
cashier of the First National bank of
that city had issued a cheek on that in
stitution which set forth the fact that
there was S10.UJ0 deposited therein,
subject to the call of the county treas
urer. knowing full well at the time
there was no such deposit there. The
county commissioners received this pa
per in their settlement with said Lreas*
urer and deposited in another bank, to
whom the First National refused to
pay the amount called for, saying that
no t'linus were there lor that purpose.
Judge Tripp decides that the issuance
of this paper for the purpose of deceiv
ing the commissioners comes within
the statutes of fraud. The bank has
been closed. The question now comes
fairly before the voters and tax-payers
of Turner County as to whether or not
the issdailce bv G. W. Stone & Co. and
the Citizens bunk, of Parker, of certifi
cates of deposit and delivering the
same to the county clerk, setting forth
that there '.vas in each of those banks
$5,000 in cash to be donuted to Turner
county, was not also a fraud. There is
no doubt that a great many voters
were deceived by these certificates into
casting their votes for Parker for the
county seat, and when the banks re
fused to deliver the funds to the com
missioners on said certificates, did they
not lay themselves liable under the
statute of fraud.
The MuMc GOCKOII.
Marion Sentinel, Clh Jnst.
The New Era never entered a combin
ation with the Hurley Herald or Ccn
treville Index, avowed enemies of Par
ker. O, Mo. That you tried to help
us we fail to see, and thanks to Mr.
Bertelsen for not taking your will you
walk into my parlor talk. You know
that you lie when you say that we ever
made you a proinice that we did not
fulfill as well as it was possible for us
to do, and we thought we made it very
plain to you upon changing our tactics
to capture the couuty printing. We
did not promise men to support them
for office till the 11th hour and then go
back on them, as several have told us
you did, and then laugh at them besides
and we challenge you to bring a man
who will say that we promised to sup
port him for office and did not do it.
We don't change over the writings of
our correspondents to strengthen our
case as you repeatedly do we believe
in a free, open expression of the people.
We did not swing that bogus bonus in
the faces of the 2,000 voters of the
county, as genuine when you knew it
was not, and then have the gall to
atterwards "leave the issue" of your
acts in the past with these same people.
We have the word of the Messrs. Bert
elsen and Kaulfman, besides others we
might mention, that you tried to loil
us. You know that wo showed our
hand very plainly all through the pro
ceedings to get the printing, and when
you say anything to the contrary, its a
li! and you know it. Give us a little
truth if you can, Charley, just for a
change.
A Howl from KUH*!:I
C'or. Marion Sentinel.
We feel big for the bonus that Parker
put up for the county seat last fall.
Parker received 80 votes, while Hurley
received 10 for county seat, here in
Childstowu. How did they get them
If Parker would come and pay the men
that they hired to bring voters to the
polls it would look lietti r. Wc thinU
Parker is down, in this place.
School Kcport.
Report of district No. ti, Hurley school
township, for the month beginning
Feb. 4, and closing March 5,188li:
Number of days taught—20.
Largest days attendance—22.
Smallest davs attendance—16.
Average attendance--20.
Number enrolled—23.
Names of those not absent—Henry
Clark, Knud Peterson, Willie Clark,
Willie Frederickson, Edna Basye, Miliy
Stout, Arlie Clayton,' Peter Peterson,
Lulu Basye, Dight Frederickson, Nan
nie Kellar, Ned Frederickson, John
Rooth, and Jessie Stout.
We«are glad to note the fact that we
have had less absence and tardiness
during the month just passed than in
any of the ten and a half proceeding
month since we have been in the
school.
Respectfully,
MRS. A. A, STOt'T.
JSl*,
WASHINGTON LETTER.
From our Regular Correspondent.
MARCH 4, 1886.
With telephone investigations and
counter investigations in the house of
representatives, resolutions condemna
tory of the administration's policy and
resolutions in the senate, with partisan
debates, personal differences and daily
spats and twits in both houses, our law
makers haye but little time left to de
vote to their real business.
When a substitute was offered for the
Hanback inquiry into the Pan-Electric
affair a voice from West Virginia was
the only one raised against it. It was
that of Representative Gibson, who
was unwilling to see the house drift in
to an investigation which could bring
no respect to it, no confidence to the
country, and no good to any human be
ing. In the first place there had been
no charge against any official that
would justify atrial. He then attacked
Congressman Pulitzer (of the New
York World) who was not in his seat
at that time. Mr. Pulitzer, he said, an
editor of a paper, did not see tit to at
ta:k ta: attorney gja iraf in an open,
honest, nianly way, like a representa
tive .should have done, but undertook
to retreat behind the irresponsitilc.eol
urrt ns of his newspaper for the purpose
of creating a scandal.
At this point Mr. Gibson was re
minded that the gentleman from Xe.w
York was not present. 1 cannot help
that, he ought to be here," replied Mr.
Gibson. II Mr. Garland is to be as
sailed," continued he, let liiin be as
sailed with the certainly of a chicken
thief Let him be assailed with the
manliness which the character of lus
reputation deserves."
But do not understand Mr. Gibson to
be a champion of the administration.
He declared that as far as cleanliness
and honesty were concerned, it was
equal to any we had ever hail, but said
that he had very little regard lor its
politics. He Was simply protesting
against congress drifting into an invest
tigation that could do neither party anv
good. He had no doubt the pan-electric
men courted a thorough investigation,
knowing that they were lion st and up
right. But," added he, are we here
to investigate every man who wants
his character established, or to investi
gate every man whose character some
one else wants to blacken."
While the Forty-Ninth Congress may
not work as industriously as it might,
it enjoys the reputation o( being the
finest looking and best dressed body
that ever graced the hall. An eminent
divine, who recently visited Washing
ton, spent a good deal of time at the
capitol. He reports a higher type of
men there now than ever before. And
indeed the people have many represen
tatives here who honestly, faithfully,
modestly, and earnestly attend to their
di.- i.- Accidental slips of temper and
irregularities in senatorial anl congres
sional circles are certain to be reported
over the land. The patience, industry,
urbanity and self sacrifice of scores of
men, who are wearing their lives out
in committee rooms or in other trying
positions here, are not appreciated or
known by tins country.
A republican member facetiously re
marked that the fervid manner in which
the blind chaplain of the house offers
daily invocation indicates that he sees
what appears to be invisible to the ma
jority—the imperative necessity lor
earnest prayer in a democratic house.
Dr. Milburn seems to have made an im
pression on the rather unusiul congre
gation over which he is called to pre
side. Formerly no attention was paid
to the chaplain's utterances, but now
members rise to their feet, and listen
attentively to the morning prayer, which
is always brief, simple and direct.
Dr. Milburn visits the members of
the house as other pastors visit their
congregations. Quite a number of the
congressmen are Catholics, with whom
the chaplain is :us popular as with the
Protestants. Forty years ago, Dr. Mil
burn lirst officiated as chaplain of the
house. Ten years later he was appoint
ed for the second time, and another in
terval ol" thirty years finds him in the
office again, commanding the respect
of that body to an extent that is con
sidered remarkable.
The president is gradually fulfilling
the seasons sociaf programme, which
was so much ret rded by several weeks
of mourning. The social event of the
week at the White House was the mili
tary reception in honor of the arinv and
navv officers. It was a brilliant affair
in several ways. The officers were in
full uniform, and since even ensigns
wear epaulettes now, there was an un
usual amount of glitter anil tinsel
The butterflies of fashion have only
about ten days more in which to llutter
before the penitential season begins.
Their weary, faltering feet are going
at the reckless speed of five teas in an
afternoon, and six receptions in the
same evening.
Dress goods at cost, at Robinson's.
aiui shut-s ilcost, al KOIMMSOIIV.
Paints, Oils and brushes of the very
bcstquultity, at IJionuer Drug store.
Annual Meeting.
Koticc is licri'lfy given that tho in
niial meeting of the nunnbersof lluiley
Ceint'try Association will lu held at
Allen's Hull, Hurley Monday April nth,
at 8 p. in. Ml members please lie pres
ent, its business of importance will
come before the meeting.
March 11,18815, PETKII ALI.EX,
Secretary-.
Teachers* AHsocJintion.
Programme for March 20, 1886:
Primary Arithmetic—MM.Stout.
Best methods of computing interest
—Mr. Watson.
The bast method of teaching ,)hy«iol
ogy—1. M. Sell ri ver.
Primary drawing—Miss Watson.
How to teach beginners grammar—
.letiiiii* Thompson.
J.
A.
HURLEY, DAKOTA THURSDAY. MARCH 11. 1886. NUMBER 45.
MCK.KSEY,
fci cretarv.
The County Seat
Question.
The latest news regarding the county
seat is that Parker has riot a sure thing
of it, but that it may yet came to the
proper place—Hurley. In the mean
time J. V. LAMSON wishes to an
nounce to the people of Turnef
county that he has again assumed full
controll of the'business ot Lamson &
Stnullin, and that ho intends to liiako
it an object to all close buyers of
l.UJlHKK,
COAL
and
given on
when you want to build it you desire
to buy cheaper than at any other place
in Turner county. This is business
and don't fail to give it attention.
Jos. V. LAMSON.
can sell you anything in tho ma
chine line from a lmiiu planter up to
a steam.threshing machine.
"BOSS"
HARROW,
S~»Kr
The Best Ever Made.
For sale bv
st-ty,
II.VUD WAKE
DAUB
ELLIOTT & BACH.
You all know Emiel Branch, the
Hurley druggist, he sells and recom
mends Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
The best made for coughs, colds, croup
or sore throat.
To Whom 1L May C'onccrii.
OrriCF. OK TI1F "OUNTY ('l.KItlv,
Feb. 25th, \m.
Sealed bids \111 be received at this office until
the next regular meeting of the board, April Gtli
1SK0, for the care and keeping of the paupers of
Turner county, the commissioners reserving the
right to reject any or all bids.
Parker. I). T. ,1. J. MOORE
County Clerk.
Notfce of Dissolution,
Tho co-partnership heretofore existing under
the iirni name of I.amson & Smullln has been
this day dissolved by mutual consent, L.
Smullin retiring.
All debts owing to said firm must be paid to
.Joseph V. I.amsnn who assumes all the obliga
tions and llbilltles of Arm.
Dated Feb. 13,18SG.saidJOSKIMI V. LAMSON.
J. V. LAMSON.
E. C. KKNNKDV.
TEE
",*t%
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to
give him a call. Special low prices
wntr, and
FKNCE POSTS
for spring trade. Farmers you may
have to go to Parker for the present
to transact your county business, but
you must go to J. V, Lamson's, Hurley,
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KENNEDY &. JONES,
Attorneys at Law,
l'ARKEl?, DAKOTA.
A\"T1
UT looents postage,
and we will
I I mail" you free a royal, valaable.
sample box of goods thai will put
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or
all the time. Capital not required, we will start
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EMiNGTON
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BIMTON RIFLE,
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iStfi'eio Give Satisfaction.
General Office, llloii, J«. Y.
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Buying Agents Wanted.
REMINGTON
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of all competition ia working easily
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nocds prim n£.
WE Fcnsisn TTACn!ENT3 TO THE
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roa csi:
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Ijist, with, Testimonials,
Address,
REi'iiliGTON fX-'ii CO., nion,
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SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVE
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-FOR—
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See that vour tiamc is entered on our subscription book by the oleik, or I
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GROCERIES, CROCKERY,
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The Largest Line of Crockery in
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Prescriptions Carefully Coin-
poiinclecl at all liours of'tlio
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PIER & FERG USON,
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Louisville Courier Journal,
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