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HURLEY, DAKOTA.
A NEW ARRIVAL
GOODS AT ROBINSON'S.
WIjH-h will bo sold at
Price Defying Competition,
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THE FARGO FIRE,
Tornatio and llail Insurance Company will noon
owupy this »pacs with something of i'mportanne
to every farmer and property otcner.
GODEY'S
Lady's Bool
C. A. NEAR. Agent.
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The Turner County Herald,
•z&i
Both for one Year, $3.00.
Each mouth for 1&96 oodky'h i.AiY'h hook, "the old reliable magazine," will contain a beantl
fullj e»RT«Teil frontlploce, illustrations of prevailing fashions In colors and bfaek and white, d!
•linn of tholnt-st novelties In fancy work In colors or black and white, of Berlin work, crochet,
dnwn-thre.Kl woik, cinhroidcry, knittliv, kiiottinn or macrame, lace, netting. I'oonah painting
*nd tatting, wltli complete InstniUlon for the same. In addition to plain directions and perfec
illustrations of the various stitches, and instructions In different kinds of fancy work, the maga
zine will contain mam useful and elegant designs for a great variety of articles not affected liy
changes of faslilon. It Is so admirably adapted to its purpose as to be Indispensable to the work
table of every lady. A FULL S1ZK CUT I'ArElt PA lTKHX.of which yon can make your owir
•election from any design illustrated in the magazine. FItKK OF COST, exhaustive notes on fash
ions yrlth full description of those illustrated, a department of receipts that have been practically
tested before publication, :v'department on housekeeping and dressmakies, two pages of select
miulc. an architectural design, sketches, poetry, notes on music, art, llteraViire, a department
sericulture, besides novels, novelettes, stories, history, blogranhical sketches, selentlilc miscellany
and current events
of the dav by the best magazine writers. The mechanical production of the
book will excel that af any other $2.00 magazine published. The twelve hooks during the vear nil
constitute a volunin of over one thousand pages. 1'rlce $2.00. A sample copy 15 tents. Liberal
terms to club raisers.
A beautiful steel engraving size U'HxiS'i given to each subscriber.
Address.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.
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To Loan on
CHATTEL SECURITY.
Dakota Mutual
INSURANCE.
£*wariuin
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I\ O. Box II. II. PHiLAOtarniA
JOS. ALLEN,
Hurley, Dak.
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FINAL PROOFS.
I«and Offlce at Yankton. 1).
T., March :i,
VTotice
is hereby Kiven that the following-
lv named settler lma Med notice of his Inten
tion to make tinril proof in support .f his eluitn
and that said prom will be m:tde before njrbior
or rwlver at Yankton, lakotH, on Mnndav,
April ltf, 1SSC. at a. in., viz: Kugebrigt 0.
Durham, homestead 'Mitry No. 3719, for the lots
one and two and the south haU of the northeast
quarter of section live* township nintv-six,range
fifty-four. lie names the following wltnesse* to
prove his coiitiimou* residence upon, and culti
vation of, said land, via: Erik Rebut. .lohn J.
Jiyi\ Albert A. Kiath. l'eter C\ 1'eUiison. all of
tyik*ld VostofUec, Yankton C'utmtv. Dakota,
eod 1. a. WErrKjt. Uefclster.
Laud Office at Yankton. I)ak.r March 5 1SS6.
AJ0T1CH Is hereby given that the following
A. named settler lias tiled notice of ills In
tcntlon to make final proof In snnport ol his
claim, and that said proof will be made before
the Judge o( the district court, and In his absence
Vale I'. Tlilelnmn, clerk of district court. Turner
county. i. T.,at l'ark.-r. I.l\ on Wednesday.
May 5,13S6. viz: Christian Kaufmann under Ins
homestead entry No. 431)2, for the north half of
northwest quarter section twenty-six. and south
half of southwest auartor section twenty-three,
township nhity-Wmtl, raniie 11 ft .--11
ve. He nanu
the fnilo.viuu \vitue:-M.' to prow, his eniit. n: ius
residence upon, and \ur.U\ttioii of laud, vi/.:
Daniel thiruh, (.'iinstlau Miller, ,lako. Wultuer.
l'eter I'rehelein all of Childsluwu Turner countv,
D. T.
vnt G. A. tt'Krri.n. Heclster.
Land .Office at Yankton. Dak.. Feb. 25, lefts.
VJOTICE
Is hereby given that the ff.Howinti
named settler has (iled notice of his liiteu
tion to make llnni proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will be made before the ne
sister and receiver at Yankton, Dakota, on Mon
day April it), 9, a. m. viz: Lewis .S'mitii. on
Ills homestead. No. wue, Tor the nnrthwcKt quar
ter of section seventeen, township nlm tv-si'ven,
ranee fifty-live. He names tin- foilowii wit
nesses to prove his continuous resldei.ee upon,
and cultivation or said laiuf. viz: .lohn I., Ktes.
Lewis 1. Haitel, George Mosbv, l'eter .1 n-tacit
all of C'liiidstown, Turner county. Dakota.
enio cs. a.
Wettek.
Kcislstor.
Laud Of,Ice at Yankton, D. T„ Feb. 'JO. mse..
•V Oi lCE is hereby given that the following-'
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make linal proof in support of his claim
and sccuri' final entry thereof, and that said proof
will be made before the register or receiver at
Yankton, Dakota.
011
Wodnesiiav, April llth,
1880 at 'J oeloek a. in. viz: Joseph Netr. pre'emp
tion No. 8017. tortile southwest ipmiter section
twenty live, township nlnelv-seven. range liftv
live. He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, said land, viz: John il.arsen, Nols .Neisen,
Neils l'eder Hansen, ole J. (iarness. all of Mnv
field Po^lottice, Yankton county. i. T.
Jn (i. A.
Wkitku.
30,
lienlster.
Land Otllcc at Yankton, D. T.. Feb.
2,
lfiSC.
T\JOTici- is hereby given that the following
named settler has liled notice of his Inten
tion to make linal proof in support of his elalm,
ami that said proof will be wade before the
Judge of the district coiut of Turner counfv,- f).
T., and In his absence Vale I'. Tnlelinan. eli-rk.
thereof, at l'arker. Dakota Teriitorv, on l'ut s
day, March
is^c, viz: ohti Ludens, under
his homestead entry No. 12721 for the northwest
quarterscetion seventeen, township nlnetv-seveu
range flfty-tno. He name: the followliig wit
nosses to prove his continuous residence upon,
and cultivation
01'
said land, viz: .lohn i'oit,
Oerrgeu llaniien, ^errett I'ott, John Boterman.
allot Hurley, Turner county 1). T.
vpt a. A. Wni rui!. Register.
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ard we can obtain Patents in les time than
those remote from WASHiXii TOX,
Send MODEL Oil DiiAWlXC,. We advise
as patentability freeof charge ami we make
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Money Order l)iv*. and to nflloials r»f I,ho LT. y.
Patent Oftlce. Tor circular, advice, terms and
references t«» actual clients in vour own State or
conufy, write to
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Opposite Patont Oilic'e. Washington, 1). G.
Our readers for 12 cents in postage Ftamns
to pay for,mailint: and wrajrpinfr. and names
of two hook agents* will receive FHEE
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Leave Yankton for Hurley. Tuesday. Turns
day and Saturday, ai o'clock in tho mominK.
Connectsat Jlurlev wjth train for Chicago.
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SODA
For Baking Purposes.
Best in the World.
FOR SALE BY
MANSFIELD & ALLEN.
B. W. SLOAN
County Superintendent of Schools for
Turner County, Dakota.
OClc« one door uoulh of Scott' Stover &
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Turner County Herald.
Published Every Thursday.
11UHLEY, DAKOTA. AIAK. 11, ISS15.
OFFICIAL PAPER.
Senator Miller, of California, (tied in
Washington Monday.
Ex-S«ntnr ChaiTte, of Colorado, died
ill .New 1'orR on the 'Jth inst.
Mrs. Horatio Seymore died at the
residence of Koseoe Conkling, at Utica,
X. Y., oil Monday.
(Jen. Alfred H. Terry iias been pro
moted to a niajtir-genend to fill the
vatiancy occasioned by the death of
Gen. Hancock.
The pastor of the Methodist church
at .\ voca, Iowa, has commenced war
011 progressive euchre," and the elm rch
and society are i.Il broke up over the
matter.
F. II. 1-Vavey, of Hioux City and
'..shburn, Crosby & Co of .Minneap
olis, arc about to build in the litter city
an elevator having a capacity or 2,500,
0U0 bushels. This will be the largest
building of the kind in the world.
Land Commissioner Sparks has issued
an edict that lands must be settled up
on before they can be surveyed. A
trip through the new northwest would
con vinculum that he is working against
the interests of that section at icast.
The Dakota Mutual Live Stock As
sociation has been organized at Kcd
iiiid, under the management of F. II,
Ilagertv, of Aberdeen, one of the most
successful business men in the terri
tory. The losses, from whatever cause,
are paid by assessments on the mem
bers of the company.
r-rrrr—r-r
An extensive strike is now in.
gi'f-s on the Could railway system, the
Knights of Labor in all departments
having quit work, thus making it im
possible for freight trains to move.
All U,S. mails are promptly handled,
thus preventing any interterence on
the part of the government.
lji11
A .Stormy Month.
MAUCII, 1881, AS ItEMICMBEUED BY A
AN KT'ON ENTLEM AN —A
KOUGH EXPERIENCE.
Sioux City Journal.
The following from the Yankton Tel
egram of the 5th, in relation to the
great snows ol' March, 1881, compares
somewhat with the start so far made
this month. It is not "at all probable
that such a month will be experienced
this year, but the extract is of interest,
nevertheless: Yesterday reminded
those of us that were here very much
of tho March of 1881, when for thirty
or forty days it snowed every day, and
great piles were heaped around the
streets, on our lots, in front of our
doors, on oiir roofs, and in fact every
where. It snowed and snowed and
snowed, and lor twenty-seven long days
no mails were received and no commu
nication with the outside world had.
Provisions and coal oil ran low, and
bankers, loan agents and cap.talists
could get but a few pounds of sugar or
a half gallon of coal oil at a time, and
that as a l'avor. But be it said to the
praise of our dealers there was no ad
vance in price, and they served as best
they could. There were no
^7 "jf-^ "V
introduced in Congress by
Representative Wilson of Iowa, to in
crease the postage on fourth-class mail
matter has raised quite a breeze among
the city merchants who do a large busi
ness of tilling mail orders for their cus
tomers. It is said that the express
companies are the one« urging the mat
tor on, as the present rates interfere
largely with their traffic.
Washington democrats (and sonic re
publicans) appear to be indignant he
cause President Cievland saw lit to ap
point a resident of New York to the
office ol'recorder of deeds In the Dis
trict of Columbia, they Claiming that
the platform adopted by his party at
Chicago provided "that offices ill tho
territories and District of Columbia
should be filled by -residents thereof.-'
Tlit'r don't seem to take kindly to the
medicine there, which has for so many
year.s been prescribed to tt.e western
territory's.
Shy locks in
those days. We all pullo.i together,
worked together and sutTered together,
and were happy and notwithstandii
the floods came and devoured, like
Phoinix we have risen from tho ashes
and our city is more beautiful and pros
perous than ever.
Ail who remember that memorable
winter will realize how like the present
storm is the March of that year. And
yet no flood need be feared, lor then it
commenced snowing in October, and
kept snowing, and tho snow and ice
were piled up way back to the north
pole, and the flood, the like of which
may never occur again. The condi
tions are differ nt now, the ice and snow
are not on the ground,, and a llood of
the proportions of the one of 1881 is
impossible."
The Postal Law.
Sioux Palls Press.
Occasionly a copy is returned to this
ofliee marked refused." If the sub
scriber is indebted to the office this cer
tainly is not the way to stop one's sub
scription, and is not the best way at
any event. A subscriber cannot stop a
papei until his subscription is fully
paid up, and an honest man will not
want to do so. The way to get a paper
stopped is to writb to tho ollico and ask
for a bill, pay up and direct that na pa
pers be sent. If the subscription is to
expire at a certain time, and tho paper
is no longer wanted, the subscriber
should write to the publisher and ask
that no more papers bo sent after the
time paid for expires. The new postal
law recently put into force by the post
oftice department makes the taking of
a newspaper and a refusal to pay for
the same, theft, and any person guilty
of such an action is liable to criminal
proceedings, just as if he had stolen
goods to the amount of tho subscription.
Hereafter it will not be considered a
very shrewd scheme to take a newspa
per'from the office lor a vear and then
inform tho-publisher that you- never
ordered it.
j'k'jC-'t-.
W
Uomuu'K Ciirfstian Tcmpcrance Union,
n.AN OF WO UK FOlt Ib'KG.
To the Loral Unions throughout the
United State#.
Beloved Co-workers:— With the light
now shining into our mind.- some of us
may not be able to understand why we
have so long negl 'ete.l specific and un
remitting efforts for the promotion of
purity in thought, wont and deed. We
recognize the Prink Curse and tho
Social Evil its inseparable twin mon
ster/5. "We see that alcohol inflames
every passion, and therefore that the
social passon herein linds its strongest
re-enforcement we know also that
"drugged, then ruined is the unwrit
ten code in haunts of infamy, and pos
sibly it is safe to say that in the present
state of society no woman was ever yet
outraged by a total obstaincr from
alcoholic drink. The recent terrible
disclosures in England ive caused an
"arrest of thought" to Europe and
America alike, and from this time forth
the work carried on bv a faithful few.
should become the sacred care and su
preme endeavors of all. In England, a
country which leads in this most needed
of all rsforins, some of its most pmmi
nont pioneers have belonged to the sex*
upon which the awful injustice of so
ciety visits heaviest penalties for any
violation of the law of chastity.
In England. Mrs. Josephine Butler,
wife of Canon Butler of Winchester,
and Miss Ellice Ilopkins, a gentlewo
man, resident at Brighton, have Stood
for years in the forefront of this battle.
Miss Hopkins was one of the foremost
witnesses in connection with those
parliamentary investigations, the shock
ing results of which were tabulated in
the Blue Hooks. Preparations for an
explosion had thus lieen made some
time before Mr. William T. Stead hero
ically placed his finger oil the button
and produced the moral earthquake
and the woman of England were fore
most in creating tne issue which they
are now rallying to support. Both Mrs.
Butler and Miss Ilopkins have long
been accustomed to speak in public, and
especially to audiences composed of
men, with a spiritual elevation which
deeply moves the moral natures of all.
At Edinhoro last year Miss Hopkins
addressed an assemblage of students
with such lofty and persuasive earnest
ness that many of those who "came to
scoff remained to pray," and a hundred
pressed torward to take the White Cross
pledge.
In our own country Mrs. Abby Hop
per Gibbons, (daughterof thelate Isaac
T. Hopper, the Quaker philanthropist)
stands at the head of a movement to
prevent the enactment of the cruel
"Contagious Diseases Acts which af
ford a practical license to crime. Tiiis
work, too, has for years occupied the
thought of our temperance friends Mr.
Aaron M. Powell and his n'ible wile.
But as yet. apart from the action of
portions of the American Episcopal
Church, led by that White Cross great
heart, Key. Dr. I)e Costa, of New York,
no leading philanthropic or religious
organization in this country litis at
tached to the driving-wheel of its al
ready well adjusted and powerful ma
chinery, the belt that should turn this
silver wheel of social purity. For let it
be understood that "this is no mere el'-"
fort for the suppression of vice. Its
aims are positive, not negative. It
seeks not the tewer but the fountain,
and has its roots not in any human
foulness, but close to 'iSiioa's brook
that llows fast by the oracles of tlod."
In the fullness of time our own beloved
W. C. T. U. can bring to this' ineffable
opportunity the best conditions it has
known. Beaching out to every corner
of the Republic through a national
organization that knows no sect in re
ligion, no sectionalism in politics, no
sex in citizenship appealing to the
largest and the most homogeneous band
of practical philanthropists yet devel
oped among women, the, results of our
united efforts ought to be greater than
any heretofore attained.
In our annual W. C. T. U. Leaflets
for 1880 the purpose of this department
is thus stated:
It aims to exhibit the relation ex
isting between the drink habit, and the
liani 'less habits, outrages and climes
which disgrace modern civilation and
especially to point out the brutalizing
influence ol malt liquors upon the low
er nature this study to be conducted
by means of mothers' meetings, leaflets,
phainphlets, etc., co-operating, with the
White Cross Army and circulating its
literature.
"Jt .seeks to establish a single code of
morals, and to maintain the law of
purity a.- equally binding upon men
and women."
It lias in view a distinct effort to
impress upon the minds of men and
women, youth and maidens, tho abso
lute demauu of religion and physiology
for purity in word, thought and deed.
It will endeavor to si euro legisla
tion of a character calculated to protect
the honor and purity of women and
girls, anil render thein safe from the de
pravity of brutal men."
The methods must develop with time,
but so far as planned they are as fol
lows:
1. A superintendent to 1)3 appointed
in every local union to co-operate with
a superintendent in every state and ter
ritory, these in turn co-onerate with
the national superintendent. These
local superintendents are the key to the
position, and unless chosen with rare
discrimination will mar rather than
mend the prisent situation. Zeal is
good, but judgment must take the lead
in this most difficult and delicate of all
tasks. Compassion is divine but at this
initial stage discretion inu.-.t be the
strong arm on which it leans. Our
first request is, that vou may, after
prayer and consultation, select a locai
superintendent ar.d report her name at
once to your state president, state sup
erintendent of thin department and to
tne National Superintendent (Frances
E. Willard, Evanston, 111.,) that no
time may bo lost in commencing work.
2. We must be thoroughly informed
upon the subjects involved in this de
partment. We must know the methods
pursued by those of larger special ex
perience than ourselves. Hence, a line
of leaflets will be kept on sale at the
Union Signal office,
••in nffiTMr
pmi %0m
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Tsh'tnent for crimes against social purity,
outrages upon thn phvsic.'illv weaker
sex, etc.. a series of leaflets suitable to
be read in the local union and for pri
vate circulation.
3. We urge the calling of Mothers'
Meetings that consultation may be had
relative to the trainirg of sons and
daughters in the knowledge as well as
the love of purity, and in habits of vir
tue founded upon such knowledge and
which shall replace the ignorance so
long misnamed innocence, and which
oftentimes leaves its victim defenseless
in the hour of temptation. At the
close of these meetings, the White Cross
and other leaflets should be distributed.
4. We also urge the holding of pub
lic meetings, addressed by clergymen,
editors, teachers and physicians, in
which these subjects shall be treated
with loving discretion fearless wis
dom. Especially should l"::e endeavor
lie made to secure the organization of
the White Cr.ms Army among youth
and young nun of a suitable age.
5. Inasmuch as the penalties of nat
ural law recognize but one standard of
purity for both man and women, and
the precepts of Christ emphasize this
standard with tiie most unmistakable
clearness, we urge our local unions,
and especially those in capital cities, to
join with us in the effort to incorpor
ate this just and equal standard into
the statutes of both state and nation.
All this work will be carried on un
der three separate heads, viz: Preven
tion, Reformation, Legislation.
will earry them tiiis year, as best we
can, for Christ's sake, trust ng in the
sisterly Help that has hover yet failed
lis Iroin you.
With love and loyalty, your sisters,
Frances
E.
Beresford News: J. W. Reedy will
ship ten car loads of fat stock from this
station and Hurley next Saturday.
Among the best cattle-feeders in this
section may be mentioned J. P. West
lund, of Bldomingdale, Dan Bergren,
of Alsen, niiil 11. II. Rundell and A. .N.
Aplund, of Hurley, whose cattle Mr.
Reedy informs us, will rank as first
class in the eastern markets. South
eastern Dakota is fast coming to tho
front as a stock country.
The Dakota Mutual Insurance Co.
have decided to insure crops against
loss from hail. The lia.l departimnt
will be an entirely separate one from
the lire insurance, and a plan has be
adopted which experience teaches wili
be sate, for all parties interested. If
any of our readers contemplate insur
ing their growing crops during the
coining season, we advise them to call
at this office and investigate the plan
adopted by the Mutual.
II. G. CLARK & CO.,
W
atchmakers,
Jewelers & Opticians
llair Jewelry Made to Order.
YANKTON
Land Office.
La Salle St. Chi­
cago, giving full instructions about the
White Cross Army, its origin and
methods, how to organize in connection
with it also leaflets showing the pres
ent state of our laws relative to pun-.
fF
When we met in Philadelphia last
September it was far from the thought
of your, superintendents that they
would be called upon to enter upon
these most difficult and delicate duties,
but since they have come to us in tho
exigencies of the situation, we take
them upon ourselves as a most holy
trust, and in the ioVe of God, and poor,
bewildered and distressed humanity, I One year by mall
Wii.lakd.
Evanston, 111.
Mrs.DIT. J. II. Kellogg,
Battle Creek, Mich.
Another "CurdiffGlant
Sioux City Journal oth.
There is now on exhibition in this
city what purports to be the partially
petrified body of a human being. It
was discovered by a cowboy by the
name of Lathe Sparke July 22, 1883, in
astnrtil cave abj.it lifty-eig.it miles
southeast of Rapid City, D. T., and hits
been on exhibition at Buffalo Gap and
other towns in that region. The body
has every appearance of being that of a
human, the limbs being well formed,
although the arms are too long to be in
proportion with the body. As it is ex
hibited it lies flat on the back in a rlass
covered case, the lower limbs being
drawn up somewhat and the hands
resting on the knees. The linger and
nails are very clearly delin-d, and
a lew of the teeth yet remain. The
lower limbs, from about midway be
tween the knees and hips, are petrified,
while, the balance ol the body seems to
be dried up, the skin being tightly
drawn over the bones. The whole
form is remarkably preserved, and the
length, with the limbs drawn up, is
twenty-eight inches, while, the weight
is given at fort-eight pounds. The
owners say that large offers have been
made by eastern 'parties who wish' to
exhibit it, but they do not care to part
with the curiosity at present.
DAKOTA
United states
Comm'r.
L. D. F. POORE,
Attorney-at-Law,
YANKTON, DAK.—
Will Practice in all the Courts of tile Territory.
Contests Involving Land Titles a Specialty,
and all Rusincss before the U. S. Land
OITlce Promptly Attended to.
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THE JOURNAL
ANNOUNCEMENT.
TheJournal
AS A XBWSrAl'KR
TheJocknal
Teems of Subscription.
THE DAILY JOUK.VAL.
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FARMERS HRLS'G IN YOUR
THE DAKOTA FARMER, I yr. 81.00
SEEDS—First-class 70
TURNER CO. HERALD 1 yr. 1.50
Amount S3.2U
And for only TWO DOLLARS we
will send the Combination, post-paid to
any address.
Tho l'ollo wing is the Seed Distribution
GARDEN SEEDS.
COLLECTION' NO 1.
Heets—Earliest Blood 5
abhage Jersey Wakefield 6
carrot—-Earlv French
Celerv—Dwarf White 5
rueumber-I.onjr Green 8
Lettuce—Salzer's Earliest 5
Unions—Red Wetherlield 5
I Peas—Salter's Karllest and Best 10
Radish—Scarlet Tuniip 5
Turnip—Early La Crosse
Tomato—Salzer's Perfect (iem 10
Collection I —Regular price, 65 cents.
FLOWEITSEEDS.
COLLECTION NO 2.
Asters—finest mixed r,
Alyssum—sweet 5
Alironia—mixed 5
Dlanthus—gorgeous mlxturo 20
Mimiouette-inlxed 5
l'etunia^uilxed 10
I'ansy—mixed 10
Phlox Drniumondli 5
Verbena—mixed 5
Zinnia—mixed 5
Collection 2—Regular price, 70 cents.
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
CO LECTION NO. S.
licet—Earliest RIood 5
Cabbage—Jersey Wakefield 5
Can-lot—Early French 6
celery—Dwarf White 5
1'eas—Salzer's Earliest and Best 10
Radish—Scarlet Turnip r,
Alyssum—Sweet 5
Mignonette—mixed 5
I'eiunla—mixed JO
I'ansy—mixed 10
Verben i-mixed 5
Collection 3—Regular price, 65 ccnts.
The Seeds are all first-class such as we
freely recommended, and from the cele
brated Northern Seed Grower, John A.
Salzer, of La Crosse, Wis. The Dakota
Farmer is enlarged and very much im
proved, and sample copies can bo seen
at this office, or can be had by address
ing the publisher,
W. F. T. BUSHNELL.
Huron, Dakota.
T. W. KYTE,
Contractor and Builder,
HURLEY, DAKOTA.
Plans and Specifications furnished on
short notice.
Coffins, Caskets, Pic
ture Frames.
Sho-p "Work
A specialty, and entire satisfaction
guaranteed in all cases.
Furniture Repaired.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
si
bus made very substantial pro­
gress during the past year In its business of be
ing a nevrspajmr. The number of readers of tbe
palter lias very materially increased, and tills
increase In the circulation of the paper lias been
met by liberal additions to the facilities of the
olllce for the prompt service of patrons. A new
and fluster press has been put in, and two fold
ing machines have been added, and now
is better than ever before. Its
telegraphic reports are unsurpassed by any west
em paper, and as a collector of neighborhood
and western news It lias no rival. Nothing to
approach Its column of Northwestern Items Is
published in any oilier paper, while no other
paper oil the Missouri river maintains so large
and competent a corps of local correspondents,
l'eople in northern Iowa, northeastern Nebraska
southwestern Minnesota and southern Dakota
who want the news, or people elsewhere who
want the news from the territory named, with
comprehensive reports of all prominent occur
rences the world over, should buy
nai.. The first aim
ol
Thk Joujixai.Is
Weekly nnrnnperdaTotail
mechanics, engloeerinir utacoreriet. to-
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THK WKKKLY JOURNAL.
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Address PKRK1NS BROS Publishers.
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OUR
Great Combination Offer
AND
FREE SEED DISTRIBUTION
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FOR IT IS WORTH
$3.20,
Better than Thirty-live Bushels
Wheat to the acre.
DAKOTA FARMER!
PUBLISHED AT IIURON, DAK.,
anil either one of the collection of seeds
and our Paper, the TURNER
COUNTY HERALD,
for only
TWO TOLLARS:
Read, Yes Read it Now!
CHAS. G.SIFERT, MT
J'HYSICIAN AND K0TARV. ,,TBUU-
Agent for,evera, lUst-cias,
MARION,-
TIIE
JOURNAL press room Is the best equipped for
good and rapid work of any newspaper ofllcc in
tne west outside of the larger cities.
ILL
regard
to these mechanical facilities, as well us in the
point of collecting and preparing the news, THE
JOURNAL will continue to keep In the lead.
Dakota,
C. A.. KiCAB.
Insurance,
Real Estate, Jl!
and. Loans.
NOTARY PI'llLiC FOR
HURLEY,
The Jour-
togive
the news, to give It impartially and reliably, so
that it may have tlio confidence of all, and be of
equal value to all. as a newspaper.
THK MATKK1AL 1NTIC11KSTS OK THK COUNTRY,
a wide and rapidly developing country, repre
sented by THE JOUKNAL. will continue to
have lis nest thought and care. 1
Is iim will be
to co-operate with the people in their work of
buildiuu up their towns, of wisely
developing the
natural advantages of their locafitics, of making
tile eountrj richer and its people happier.
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on matters of public policy It will give free ex
pression to its opinions, and seek at ail times to
labor for the advancement of such political mea
sures and the choice of such men to public trust
as will. In Its judgment, conduce In largest de
gree to the prosperity, peace and moral health
of society, to the highest character of govern
ment.
TCHsr,,
Collections »arfo«nd Taxes
VM
TURNER COUNTV
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Banking,
C. M. ViNTUN,
Livery, Feed and Sale
Stable,
Teams furnished with or without drivers at
reasonable rated.
Special attention paid to ootnmercl&l trav
elers.
Main Street near Center Ave.,
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for!ioB.
Dakqta
FINLAY
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best of Agricultural papers, the
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nankin nours from 9 to 8.
B. HARRIGLE,
Contractor
and Builder,
HURLEY, DAKOTA.
—MII.I. WORK SPECIALTY.—
Leave Orders at Robinson's Store.
CHARLES H. GODDARD,
Attorney at Law,
"HURLEY, DAK.
COLLECTIONS, REAL ESTATE, LOANS,
IJJSUlfANCE.
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Recogniting lb*pHe«
cinle acc|ir«i by all
iotelligvat breeders that,
however well bred animals
rosy be SAID to be, If their pedigrees are not recorded.
..... grades, I will sell a!.
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