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VOLUME VII
Turner County Herald
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
ruisusHED nv
W. C. BROWN.
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DAKOTA TIIKSH AHSOCIATJOJJ.
TMCM8 11.00 1'Rn VKAII. In Advance.
nuitt.Rf Lonnr.
NO.
55, r. o. n, r.
Meats every Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
hi Allen's lull. Vlsltlnnltrotlii'n arc most earn
•rtly requested to ntteud.
C. /.BACH. 11. H. C.M.
K. fc M'cook POST. JCO.31, 1. A. It,
Meet llrat uud tlilril Saturday of each month
«t 7 |K hi.. In G. A. It. hull.
dtfearo ami North wpnt rn
Tiil.le.
TUAIXS UOINO KANT.
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t'lUMU'neer, No.
bYelchf, 25
Make through connection
Bkmx City.
i®:42 a. m.
11-22 11. III.
for Chicago mid
Yankton trains connect at Cenlrevllle
both nmruliig and evening passenger.
,W. A. TuitAl.ii. (Jen'l Ticket Au'cnt.
I will sell at my old farm during the
-jnext sixty days, the following personal
S^property, at reasonable prices
with
TO.-iW:
jfifev
UUKfX. AKOIiti^
TO OUR PATRONS.
.5
Owing to the stringency of the money
piarket. we are compelled to announce
that from this date no goods will be
sold by the undersigned except for
SVOT CASH.
Thanking you for past patronage, and
believing that 1
can save you money on
Xuturo purchases, I remain,
l'purs respectfully,
J.
C. MuitriiY.
Hurley, S. I)., Feb. 20, 1890.
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BvnsEn.intup.
Over one million acorn stoves in use.
Try gold dust Washing powder, 4
pounds for 25 cents—at Ivellar's.
John Fitch now lias his liverv. sale
smd feed stable ready for business.
Water set of Ave pieces given with
each pound of Berkley's baking powder,
Trice 50 cents, at Kellar's.
»gf-' Take a bottle of Quick llelief Oil arid
Bead Shot home with you and if thev
don't cure come and get your money.
Sold by E. Brauch.
Any kind of a atch or clock cleaned
and repaired at Pioneer Drug Store.
J. P. Kristiensen.
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Cheap for Cash
I span matched horses, weigh about
1,900, young and sound.
3 good young family eows, two with
calves at side.
3 yearling heifers- Vy
80 head choice grade sheep,
I nearly new Norwegian stirring
"plow 1 nearly new reversible hnrrow
wagon 1 hay rack 1 pair bobs, and a
lot of small farm implements, etc.
SI C. B. VALENTINE.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
"The best salve iu the worle for Cuts,
ifrnises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ltheuin.
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to giye
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by E
'Brauch. A
Come to stay—J. P. Kristiensen, at
Pioneer Drug Store, watch maker and
Jeweler.
Xottce to School Oflieots and Patrons.
Tho undersigned is in Parker on the
,fir«t Monday In each onth for the
purpose of attending to any school
.natters.that may be brought before
him.
ltespectfully,
COKTKZ SALMON.
Wells Thoroughly Cleaned.
And satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Come any day but Saturday, or leave
orders at John Kellar's.
ANDKEW PEXKRMAN.
Yes we're going to have 'em again.
Hare, what? Why those celebrated
Farren & Farren bulk oysters, asd
may be,, celery, too,
store.
oo, at Pioneer drug
.?•* Tomlinson's Quick Kelief Oil cures
croup, colds, asthma and. Bronchitis.
Sold by
E.
IT"
Braucli.
Frequently uccidents occur in the
.household which cause burns, cuts,
sprains and brulaetf -for use 2a such
ruses Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcunic' Oil*
/Liniment has for many years been the
^constant, favorite family- -remedy. F6r
«ale by. E. Braiich. „v
TomllnBonT8
Dead
Shot cures colic,
neuralgia of stomach, diarrhoea and
all bowel troubles. Guaranteed to cure
colic in horses. Sold by E. Branch.
Is ConsuinptioQ Incurable?
liead the following: Mr. C. H. Mor
ris, JTewark, Ark., says: Was down
with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
physicians pronouhced me ifn incura
ble consumptive. Begun taking Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
_tiou, am now on my third bottle, and
'able to oversee tho work on my farm.
It is the finest tnediciene ever made."
J!sse Middlewart, 'Decatur,, Ohio,
says: llad it not been for Dr, King's
..--New IMscovery for CoSsuoiption, I
^would hitye died of Lung Troubles.
Kta-jyag given up by doctore. Am now in
best of/health." Trv it. Sample bottle
free at Pioneer Drug Store. 5
Electric Bitters.''
Tbi* remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have- used
electric Bitters sing the same song of
praise.—A purer ,.medicine do« not
«xist and it is guaranteed to do all that
is clafmed. Electric 'MHterB will cure
all dteuases of the Wte and KiduW
will remove Pimples,. Upilrand- other
MiFectian&caused. by blood.—
Will d«ve MttliWiU fevers.—For cure
of ifeatfftcfte.'
Con^iRution
and _lnai-
ffestion try EleotHo Bitters—EnUre
I.OCA1..SIKNTION.
Bring in your job work.
Sufficient snow fell Wednesday to
whiten, the ground.
More new crockery and glass sets
just arrived at Kellar's.
You c.in save money by buying your
underwear and clothing of Sargent.
Cranberries, sweet potatoes, boss
cider, best apples, ut Pioneer drug store.
Stoye repairs for any stove in the
Uuited States or Canada for sale at
Murphy's,
Come and see the largest stock of 10
cent articles ever brought to Hurley,
at J. C. Murphy's.
Did you ever see 'em beat AVhaiy
AVhy that fine line of confectionery at
Pioneer drug store.
D.J. Milks is to improve his- valu
able farm by the audition of a large
and subtsantial barn.
The weather for the past two weeks
has enabled the coal dealers to reduce
the surplus of anthracite.
Mass will be held at Catholic church.
Hurley, Stinday.March 2, at 10 30 a. m.,
llev. J. W. Gavin officiating.
For ltent—00 acres plow land 3 miles
&outh, and 50 acres 3 miles east of Hur
ley—terms cash, at Alien's Agency.
If you want to buy a fine organ
cheap call, at the Herald office, and
see what a bargain we have to offer.
I have choice yellow seed corn for
sale, 5 miles southeast of Hurley, sam
ple at Allen's Agency. It. O. Piuncy.
Por Sale or itent—The Childs farm
at Swan Lake—275 acres—come and
see us. A bargain. Allen's Agency.
Attorney Oodjlard was trying a case
before Judge Jewell at Oenterviiie
Monday, and returned to-day to finish
it up.
Snow birds have been rather .scarce
this winter a few have been loafing
.around this neighborhood this week,
however.
Ladies' Mite Society of the Baptist
church will meet witli Mrs. L. W.
Mann Friday two o'clock Feb. 28. All
are invited.
Special arrangements with the pub
lishers, enables us to offer the North
western Agriculturist as a premium to
our subscribers.
Sunday was a fine spring day, lut
Monday a cold wave from Manitoba
struck us, and the conclusion is that
spring is not yet here.
Prof. Albert J. Allen and Albert Ap
land last Saturday evening took the
first steps towards becoming convers
ant with the mysteries of Odd' Fellow
ship.
An extra fine team of heavy horses,
a No. 1 team of mares and some three
and four year-old mare colts for sale by
J. Fitch, Hurley. Stable near J. Sar-
gent's store.
-V*S
A. A. Powers' team made lively time
through Center avenue last Sunday
afternoon, starting from J. W. Kellar's
residence and stopping at Kundell's
livery barn. No damage was done.
You cannot accomplish any work or
business unless you feel well. If you
feel used up—tired out—take Dr. J. II,'
McLean's Sarsaparilla. It will give
you health, strength and vitality." Sold
byE. Brauch..
The editor of the C-entreville Chron
icle had better distribute that adver
tisement of the Police Gazette which
ho. is running, as the legislature of
South Dakota objects*to the circulation
of that class of literature(?) in our fair
state.
The Lincoln county officials have
moved into their new quarters, in the
fine addition to their new court house.
Turner county officials will hSve to put
up with their present quarters for
another year, when they will move
into their new quarters at Hurley.
Here is something, says an Ohio
paper, that -will take the wind out of
the old-style spelling schools. Nines
are chosen and base ball rules apply.
Three misspelled words puts the spel
ler out and three outs retires the side.
Correctly spelled words are runs, and
mispronunciation is an error.
Pierre' Press: When bill No. 147
exempting certain persons from mili
tary duty was up tor consideration, Mr.
Thomas called for an explanation from
the Mennonite kin?. The laugh was
on Senator Thielman. Mr. Thielman
however responded in an able speech,
favoring the adoption of the report and
passage of the bill.
One of "the simplest and readiest
ways of loosening a rusted screw is to
apply heat to tlie head of the screw. A
baror rod^ot iron, flat at the end," if
reddened in the fire and applied for two
or three minutes to the head of the
rusty screw, will, as soon as it heats
tho screw,- render the latter's with
drawal as easy by screw-driver as if
the screw had only recently been in
serted.
The Salem Special truly says: There
is no better way to build a town than
for each reisident thereof to speak a
good word for it whenever opportunity
offers, and to do all in his power to in
vite in capital and manufacturing en
terprises. And there is no surer way
to kill a town than for every man in it
to bo standing around continually
grumbling and growling, arid when a
person wants to settle to tell him it is
the worst place in creation and there is
no use trying to make a living there
for it can't be done.
At the meeting of the Hurley Build
ing and Loan association held Mon
day evening, $1,600 was loaned to
stockholders, the premiums paid being.
50,52,56
and 01 per cent. Thfe associa
tion i? in a flourishing condition and
its membership i? increasing. While
the investment is a good one, it gives
t&o&e.Who wish to build an opportunity
do at a monthly outlay less than
the amount they usually pay for rent.
It helps to build up and improve the
town. dnd should receive solid support,
from all our citizens.
$2$
WW
Down She Goes!
Until further notice
I will sell gasoline at
14 cents per gallon, or
5 gallons for 65 cents.
Spot cash onh? a
E. BRAUCH.
Sewing machine needles at Kellarjs.,
Try Kellar's new Java coffee,
Tho best in the world—Acorn stoves.
Two weeks more of school before the
spring vacation.
The South Dakota legislature will
adjourn iiext week Friday—that is, if
the clock don't stop.
Geo. Wormwood is agoing to try the
Berkshire breed of swine, having sent
east for some fine-haired ones.
Minneapolis papers state that it has
been decided to build the Sioux Falls
Yankton line through IIurley.
E. Withee is building a new house
and other necessary buildings on his
farm east of town. Verily, the farmer
a
Several bargains in improved "farms
and wild lands at Allen's Agency. We
can suit you on location, soil, water,
price and terms.
Please don't l'orget that we lead 'em
all-in the line of druggists sudries and
fancy articles too numerous to mention
it Pioneer drug store.
Mrs. Judson sold this week, through
Allen's Agency, 160 acres, known as
the udson timber claim. The purcha
ser is a brother-in-law of Mr. W. P.
Baker.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Wm. Elliot, Wednesday, March 5, at
three o'clock. Every member request
ed to be present, as there is work' to be
done.
It is reported that O'. O. Snyder has
severed his connection with J. II.
Queal & Co., and that he contemplates
going to the Pacific slope in the near
future.
Eph. Withee lias been rejoicing this
week over that brand new—boy or
girl, which was it?—which arrived at
his house during tho early hours of
Sunday morning.
Oh, say! don't forget your can when
you come to town, and get it filled with
five gallons best Kerosene oil for only
•81.00. If not. satisfactory vour money
refunded, at Pioneer drug store.
The Hurley Bachelors' Matrimonial
association was organized last evening
with Sam White as president and Will
lloyne, secretary. There are now five
members, all open for conviction.
M, A. Arnold, formerly of Hurley,
has been obliged to resigh his position
as station agent at Vilas on account of
failing health. lis will go south, and
with him will go the best wishes of
many friends.
Deadwood Pioneer: To take the ad
vertisement. out of the paper during
the'so-callQd dull season, is about as
bad as to stop feeding the horse be
caase the present weather is unsuitable
for using him.'
If you suffer pricking pains on mov
ing the eyes or cannot bear bright
light, and -find your sight weak nnd
failing1, you should promptly use Dr.
J. ll. Lean's Strengthening Eye Salve.
25 cents a box. Sold by E. Brauch.
One-third of the fools in this country
think they can beat the lawyer in ex
pounding the law one-half- think they
can beat the doctor healing the sick
two-thirds think they can beat the
minister preaching the gospel, and all
of them think they can beat tho editor
running the newspaper.
Uncle Sam's lieception as pro
duced by the members of Hurley
school last Friday evening was a grand
success. The parts were Well learned
and excellently executed. Scholars
and teachers deserve praise for the
manner in which the reception, was
presented. The representatives of tire
different characters and states were
appropriately attired, and those having
Addresses to deliver performed their
parts to the satisfaction of all. The
supper was just the kind the ladies of
Hurley always get up when they under
take anything of the kind! The net
receipts for the organ fund amounted
to $25.96.
There appears to bo great dissatisfac
tion in this portion of Turner county
over Senator Thielman's bill fer the
exemption of certain classes from mili
tary auty. When the bill was first in
troduced it was looked upon as a joke,
and as one of Vale's sharp deals to hold
the political support of a certain class
ot our voters. Be this as it may, there
are many of the senator's warm friends
and those who have been his ardent
supporters, who are open and earnest
in their denunciation of the measure.
As Kev. Mclntyre puts it: I am op
posed to aggressive warfare, but when
it comes to defensive warfare and the
protection of my country and Its flag,
the last drop of blood in my body will
be freely given and no man should bo
allowed the privileges and rights of an
American citizen who is not willing to
hear arms for his country and Ills
home." It rather looks as though Vale
had made a mistake, still he is older in
politics than the Herald.
Exposition and Supper.
The ladies of the Missionary and Aid
society will give a Sociable, in connec
tion with a Supper. Art Exposition,
Literary exercises, etc., at Opera Hail,
Thursday evening, March 6th. Will
commence to serve supper at 6 p. m.
Supper. 10c. admission to exposition
the same. A first-class entertainment
and social good time are guaranteed.
Cordial invitation extended to all.
Mits. A. S. PECK,
Secretary.
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Special Meeting of the Yahoos.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIltST ATTEMPT
MADE BY THE TCKNEIt COUNTY
AIIOOS TO TWIST INTO THElIt DECI-
SIATKD 11ANK3 A COUNTY TAX
I'AYEIl.
HAM.
OF (IUAMICOUNCII.OF
YAIIOOK.I
RN OF HACKKTT,
Linn, $
STAT
February zUli, 1690.
ss
County of
-Be it known, that we. Grand Council
of Yahoos, in response to the call of.
our ,1{. \V. G, Chief Yahoo, Tadpole"
New Eraman, for a special meeting,
did meet on the above named date.
Council called to order, with It. W..
G. Yahoo Tadpole" New Eraman R.
W. V. G. Yahoo "Cuttlefish" Adin
interem, and Secretary "Sleuth Hound"
Uno in their respective places..
It. W. G. Marshal ltex examined the
members present to ascertain if they
were correct and up to the times in
lies, mud-slinging, slurs, slang, grips,
psiss words, signs, countersigns and sig
nals.
Itoll call:—Rex, present Sam, pres
ent Ole, absent Omega, present Aer,
present Alpha, absent Sorrel Top, ab
sent Duke, present also a tew less im
portant members.
Council declared open for the trans
action of business.
On motion, minor business mentioned
in the call was laid on the table, and
the main business for which the call
was made was taken up.
The secretary, informed the council
that the first important case on the.
docket was the roping iu ot a Tax
Payer.
As the victim was in the outer cham
ber, the chief Yahoo instructed the
marshal to conduct him to the mam
council, and then turn him over to the
Sergeant-at-arms Yahoo Sam.
A recess was then taken, after which
the sergeant-at-arms presented the tax
payer to the chief Yahoo.
At this stage of the proceedings the
It. W. G. Chief Yahoo Tadpole" New
Eraman, put on one of his two-for-a
cent smiles, and proceeded to instruct
the victim as follows:
You, in the belief that the New Era
is a great and mighty power that ex
tends even to the city of Washington
in the District of Columbia, do swear
and affirm that you will do your
utmost for the general welfare of this
great and mighty power and you fur
ther promise to carry out the instruc
tions of this council, of whatsoever.na
ture. Do you agree to this?"
Well—yes—prehaps—guess I will."
"It is now my privilege to instruct
you in the principles of the organiza
tion. We are banded together to keep
up a tirade' against the county officials
and all persons whoriisbever that say
anything in their behalf also to call
said officials by various high sounding
names, of which the principle ones are:
Incubus,'' cigarette and mildew,'' ga
laot,' McGinty and McGinty's Pig
thief,''knave' and 'liar.' We don't
care a fig for the amount of tax you lel
lows pay as long as we have our nose
in the county trough but when we get
it gently shoved out is when we cry
out with a loud voice like that ot a
Itoman orator about high taxes and
bad management, even though we are
four or live years behind the times.
You remember when we have been ofli
cial organ in times (during high tax
times) past We kept our editorial mouth
shut (even though we charged double
legal rates for a whole year when we
had no competition^ You also remem
ber when the county papers combined
to publish the proceedings of the county
commissioners for one cent for a year,
then did I cry with a loud and mighty
voice, Fraud! Fraud]! Fraud!!! because
you know tho money to pay for printing
was tax money.
The sergeant-at-arms will now con
duct this friend to the Vice 1' ahoo, who
will further instruct him."
'•Brother Vice Yahoo, our friend
seeks further instructions."
"My friend, it giyes me great pleas
ure to further instruct you. Y'ou will
fold your hands behind your back und
answer the following questions:
Are you aware that all of this mud
slinging at the county commissioners
by our valiant band is because our
chief was kicked out of the county corn
crib?"
"Yes sir."
Do you know that wo offered to
trade a postollice lor the office of clerk
of court?" {'£*5"
"Heard so." •'&"
said the chief much excited, his two-for
a-cerit smile having entirely disappear
ed, I am very sorry that our great
plan of revenge, viz: by fooling people
with lies, has met with such a sad dis
aster, and I wpuld suggest that, we
follow tho example set -by the r. o.'s
(that we) published two weeks ago."
Worthy Chief Yahoo."
Brother Chronicle-Index."
"I move that we adjourn till wo
die."
Second' tho motion," shouted the
Cuttle-fish.
Question," groaned brother Chroni
cle-Index.
You have all heard the motion to
adjourn. All in favor say
"Aye! Aye!! Aye!!!," roared the
whole council.
''V vi.
Commissioner Elliott war up from
Centervilie Friday last, and called at
tho Herald office to report.
Will Clifton left this morning for a
short yisit in Iowa, alter which lie will
strike west for the home ot the cow
boys.
We owe Bro. Sargent, of the Yank
ton Herald, one for the following:
It is reported that a revivalist in
Hurley recently asked all the congrega
tion who paid their debts to rise. All
roso but the editor of tho Herald, who
explained that he didn't pay his debts
because the entire congregation owed
him on subscription.
Language is hardly strong enough to
express my admiration of the merits of
Chamberlain,s Cough Itemedy. It is
the best remedy for croup and whoop
ing cough I have eyqr used. During
the past eighteen years I have tried
nearly all the prominent cough medi
cines on the market, but say,' and with
pleasure too, that Chamberlain's Cough
Itemedy is the best of all.. Thomas
Rhodes, Bakersfield, Crlil'ornia: For
sale by Etuil Brauch.
MARRIED.
POTAS—SCHUI.TZ—At tlie residence of we
bride's mother iu Hurley. Sunday, Feb. 23, Kev.
I..
Kruger officiating. Mr. Frletz 1'otn.s, o£
Spring Valley, and Miss Mary Scliultz, of Hur
ley.
At the close of the interesting cere
mony which joined this happy couple
together for life the invited guests
were seated at a bounteous lunch, after
which ye editor and wile departed,
leaving their German friends to cele
brate the occasion in the manner char
acteristic of their nationality. The
many friends of the young couple join
with the Herald in wishing them
long life and prosperity.
Flour! Flourl!
5
"Are you willing to help us in our
spite work, knowing tho taxes are
lower than they were last year?"
(No answer.)
Do you know that we publish the
best paper in the county
Ilex says it meets with approval—
(but one lie more or less amounts to
nothing). The Democrat is a much fet
ter paper by l-5th any
"I call the friend to order," shouted
ltex.
"Silence!" roared the Chief. "We'll
have to giye the friend a little more
mush he don't quite fill the kettle."
"Hold on! idon'p'like the way you
make mush you use moro gas than
meal. Do you think ich vos a Deutch
man kos I vos a fool?"
My dear friend, you are mistaken,"
said the V. G., we think you are a
good honest fellow."
None of your soft sonp."
As the intended victim said this there
was an alarm at the door, and the guard
admitted Brother Chronicle-Index, of
Centreville, who saluted the great chlet
with all his sneezing ability.
My friend." resumed the Vice
Yahoo," you are now instructed in the
work of the first degree of thte coun
cil."
And the last one, too. If you think
you can pat me on my back and pick
mp pocket, you can't, by
"Hold on," roared the Ghronifcle-In
dex, all we want, is pap!"
Then the victim made.a sudden rush,
kicked over the guard and escaped.
"My dear, worthy Yahoo bretheren,"
l'v
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HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1890. NUMBER
AUDIPHOXK.
I'Ell-SONAl..
Frank Clifton, lately from Parkston,
is now a helper on the Herald force.
Representative Bach came down
from Pierre to spend Sunday with his
family.
Flour!!!
Straight,
Fancy Patent,
At"
S1.00 per sack.
1.25 per suck.
KINGEHY & SON
*»t
S.
Slaughter
Hurley, S. D.,
Fet), 19,1890^
The Entire C. M. Pier Stock
is now Being Closed
Meeting for the Relief of Kingsbury
County Sufferer*.
The meeting for the above object
was heUl-in IJrauch's hall last Thurs
day evening.
Sibley Welch was elected chairman
and W. R. Park secretary,
Mr. O. C. Dow, of Kingsbury county,
addressed the meeting to some length,
thanking Hurley for past favors ex
tended to their neighbors and making
an appeal for those .living near Man
chester, who had us yet received no
material aid.
On motion, a committee consisting
of Geo. Stout, Anton ltasniussen, D. C.
Ward, J.C. Murphy, J. A. Swan and
A. A. Basye, were appointed to solicit
aid, with power to add to the commit
tee it' they thought advisable.
The following appeal has been issued
by the committee:
Gentlemen—this committee, in be
half of the Kingsbury county suffer
ers, appeal to you for aid. Givb whit
you can. We know wo have taxed you
heavily already, yet we know not how
soon we may want aid ourselves. If
only one. two or three bushels^ give it
cheeifully whatever you can afford.
It will be returned ten-fold to you at
some future timo.
Respectfully, COMMITTEE.
Tho headquarters of the committee
will be at J. C. Murphy's store, wiiere
all goods may be delivered.
If you suffer from any affection
caused by impure blood, such as scrof
ula, salt rheum, sores, boils, pimples,
tetter, ringworm, take Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean's Sarsaparilla. Sold by Emiel
Brauch.
Friends when you call to renew your
subscription, don't forget to speak
about that premium—The .Northwest
ern Agriculturist—the best farm paper
in the Northwest. In the rush of busi
ness we sometimes forget about it.
Every subscriber to the Herald who
has his paper paid for one year in ad
vance gets this valuable tairm paper
free.
The Goods Must be
Sold.
Groocls Retailed, at
•.
-WHOLESALE PRICES.-
Out at Prices
QW
ER
teli
sll-
.•sag*- Than Ever Before
Heard of in Turner County.
Come at" Once, and Secure
GENUINE BARGAINS.
if
¥4*
W^\Tm
OLE SHAGER,
1^1 V-
tSVgi?
SA
f:M
tXaiK
This poor man's position is unenvia
ble and dangerous but ir you own
is I N S E
against FIltE, LIGHTNING and
WIND STORMS you are in a worse
position than ho is. Insurance, in the
most reliable companies, is very cheap,
and easy to get. Remember the de
structive prairie fires of April 2,1889.
Don't get caught again. Call at AL
LEN'S AGENCY and get insurance at
once.
•$$$£.
Hurley,
Agent,
JDO YOU WANT
JOSEPH FRICK.
To Buy a
Manufacturer of, and Dealer in
Team, Carriage Buggy
And Strap Work of all Kinds
SADDLES,
IlUItLEY, KOUTII DAKOTA.
W
STOVE?
mts
You will find that the best and cheap^
est place in Turner County is at
"*4 3^-' JsS*
I I I I I I E
and that the best firm to deal with isJ
ELLIOTT & BACH
This space belongs to
J. W. KELLAR.
JUST RECEIVED
A-T ALLEN BROS
As fine a line of
SP RI N 0 01)
S
as was ever brought to the
city, and you will find the
PRICES LOWER
than ever before. ~YVe are
not selling a bankrupt stock,
but we are offering good new
goods at pricee that will as
tonish you,
THEY ARE SO IM
Call and see if we do not
live up to what we advertise.
I '"i
4
Respectfully,
South Dakota. I ALLEN BROS.
HARNESS,
Willi's.
.... BRUSHES,
euimv
COMHS
IIA It IS" ESS OIL.
I N E & S O N
DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES,
•Ql jr? 4 2
Flour, Salt, Tobacco, etc.
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA. 4
*K»asflaing
44.^
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""''"•-•si
iWA
\~i
Well Boring^
I IN
Wind Mills and Pumps,
CLARK. DEYO & CLARK,
HVLLLKY,
tirfl
A. H. KROLL,
Ifppneior-
Hurley Meat M^ket,
-Kresh and Kmokeu Meat Always on Hand. *-0%
Illtbest Price* Paid for I.ive StMic, lildcs and
FUM
IlUItLEY. DAKOTA.
HURLEY FURNITURE STORE.
•New Stock .and Prices, to.Suit .the
?and
&
CALL AND SEE MY GOODS BEFORE BUYIf^^
C|offins
Undertaker's Furnishing Goodi!^
G-. Xil A-LMElfcEyopJ
it?
SOUTH DAKOTA.
-IX)-
Ilaving purchased one of the latest im
prove*! Augers and Drills, we
can guarantee satisfac
,T. tion in every
instance.
I'UICES I.OW AND TERMS ItUARCNAM.K.
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