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OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
PUBLISHED BY iKS®?
DAKOTA I*REHH AKSOCI
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Htrm.KI- I.ODOK so. 75, T. o. o. r.
Meots every Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
-3$ ^"tn'8 hall. Vinltlute brothers arc most earn
o«*y requeued to attend.
C. J. BACH. It. 8, c. M. VOOL, N. j.
Meet first and third Saturday of each month
at 7 p. in., in G. A. K. hall.
Uhlca«o and Northnreatcru Hallway Time
~i *a-i Table.
,.§ TRAINS OOL.VQ KA(IT.
Passenger, No. 5
5:22 p. m.
2:20 p, m.
:42 a. in.
11:22 a. ill
Yankton trains connect at Ccntr-vlllc with
both morning and evening passenger.
W. A. THHALI.. Uon'l Ticket Agent.
O.«. UDKLL. Agent.
TO OUR PATRONS.
Owing to the stringency of the money
market, we are compelled to announce
that from this date no goods will bo
sold by the undersigned except for
Thanking you for past patronage, and
believing that 1 can save you money on
future purchases, I remain,
J. C. MURPIIY.
Hurley, S. D., Feb. 20, 1890.
Over one million acorn stoves in use.
Try gold dust washing powder, 4
pounds for 26 cents—at Kellar's.
John Fitch now has hia livery, sale
and feed stable ready for business.
Water set of live pieces given with
each pound of JBerkley's baking powder,
prico 60 cents, at Kellar's.
Take a bottle of Quick Uelief Oil and
Dead Shot home with you and if thev
don't cure come and get your monev
Sold by J5. Brauch.
Any kind of a watch or clock cleaned
sad repaired at Pioneer Drug Store.
J. 1J. Kristiensen.
W -, Cheap for Cash.
I will sell at my old farm during the
next sixty days, the following personal
property, at reasonable prices:
I span matched horses, weigh about
1,000, young and sound.
3 good young family cows, two with
calves at side,
3 yearling heifers
80 head choice grade sheep,
I nearly new Norwegian stirring
plow 1 nearly new reversible harrow
1 wagon 1 hay rack 1 pair bobs, and a
lot of small farm implements, etc.
C. B. VALENTINE.
Wsrn&i JJuoklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve iu the worle for Cuts,
Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Uheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures files, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to giye
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by E
Come to stay—J. P. Kristiensen, at
Pioneer Drug Store, watch maker and
XotUM to School Olllceii and Patron*.
The undersigned is in Parker on the
first Monday in each month for the
purpose of attending to any school
matters that may be brought before
him. .. Respectfully,
PlS CORTEZ SALMON.
Wells Thoroughly Cleaned.
And satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Come any day but Saturday, or leave
orders at John Kellar's.
Tes we're going to have 'em again.
Hare what? Why those celebrated
Farren & Farren bulk oysters, and
may be celery, too, at Pioneer drug
'v Tomlinson's Quick Belief Oil cures
croup, colds, asthma and Bronchitis.
Sold by E. Brauch.
Frequently accidents occur in the
household which cause burns, cuts,
sprains and bruises for use in such
cases Dr, J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil
Liniment has for many years been the
constant favorite family remedy. For
sale by E. Brauch.
Tomlinson's Dead Shot cures colic,
neuralgia of stomach, diarrhoea and
all bowel troubles. Guaranteed to cure
colic in horses. Sold by E. Brauch.
Is Consumption Incurable?
Bead the following: Mr. C.H.Mor
ris, Newark, Ark., says "Wasdown
with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
physicians pronounced me an incura
ble consumptive. Began taking Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, am now on my third bottle, and
able to oversee the work on my farm.
It Is the finest mediciene ever made,
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: Had it not been for Dr. Kings
New Discovery for Consumption, I
would have died of Lung Troubles.
Was given up by doctors. Am now in
best of health." Try it. Sample bottle
free at Pioneer Drug Store.
This remedy is becoming so well
kqown nod so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Klectrlc Bitters sing the sam^song of
praise.—A purer medicine cloes not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all that
is claimed. Electric Bitters
all diseases of the Liver and K'd^ys
will remove Pimples, Boils other
affections causcd by impure blood.—
Will drive'Malarial fevers—For cure
of Headache, ^nstlpatlon and Indi
gestion try Electric Bitters—Ji-ntire
satisfaction guaranteed,oruionay re
funded.—Price 60 cts. and 81.00 per
Jjoftlo at the Pioneer "Drug Store,'
When Gutenberg, Coster and Faust ttrst began,
In secret, the great art preservative to plan.
The ignorant masses, suspecting some evil,
Traced allot their mysteries right to the devil
Aud thus the assistant who tends to tho Ilres,
And does such odd Jobs as the otrice requires,
Wlio handles the rollers, and washes the same,
By the name or the devil has got Into lume.
As years crept along till tliey readied modern
An occasional printer was short In his dimes,
Anil once It occurred that an editor fouud
At the end of the week he'd not cash to go
He counted and figured to get It all square.
The foreman and comps. must each one have
When he'd got It all flxed, as lie thought, iu
He discovered and cried: "There's the devil
8o now 'tis a proverb, grown common In years,
When worry or care at the office appears
When bills can't Be met, or when trouble Is
When blood-thirsty men seek the editor's life
When subscribers won't "ante," ami ads are
When his cake Is all dough and his form is
A proverb that comes In tho editor's way.
And so he exclaims: "There's the devi! to
—Harry J. Shcllman, In the Journalist.
Bring in your job work.
The snow is almost gone.
Try Kellar's new Java coffee.
Trade appears to be picking up a
Dr. Graves has to say
More new crockery and glass sets
just arrived at Kellar's.
It will soon bo time to make those
fire-breaks. Don't forget it.
lrou can save money by buying your
underwear and clothing of Sargent.
W. 11. Buchanan is shipping 200 tons
of hay which he put up last summer.
Cranberries, sweet potatoes, boss
cider, best apples, at Pioneer drug store.
Mahlon Layne has been boring a
new well for himself on Baptist Knoll.
Postmaster Newton was down to the
office Monday for the first time in sev
The ground-hog appears to have
known his business when he retired to
finish that nap.
Come and see the largest stock of 10
cent articles ever brought to Hurley,
at J. C. Murphy's.
Did you eyer see'em beat? What?
Why that fine line of confectionery at
Pioneer drug store.
For weak back, chest pains, use a Dr
J. H. McLean's Wonderful Healing
Plasters. Sold by E. Brauch.
For Itent—60 acres plow land 3 miles
south, and 60 acres 3 miles east of Hur
ley—terms cash, at Allen's Agency.
If you have anything to say against
the general appearance of the paper
this week you can go to the devil."
If you want to buy a fine organ
cheap call at the Herald oilice, and
see what a bargain we have to offer.
I have choice yellow seed corn for
sale, 6 miles southeast of Hurley, sam
ple at Allen's Agency. It. O. Pinnpy.
For Sale or Kent—The Childs farm
at Swan Lake—275 acres—come and
see us. A bargain. Allen's Agency.
There will be divine service in the
Protestant Episcopal church Sunday,
March 9, at 11:00 a: .m., and at 7:30
p. m. Kev. Dr. Trimble will officiate.
Special arrangements with the pub
lishers, enables us to offer the North
western Agriculturist as a premium to
Bro. Hoyt says "Yes?" in response to
the Herald's insinuation that the coun
ty officials will be located in Hurley in
the near future. So be it, brother.
An extra fine team of heavy horses,
1 team of mares and some three
and four year-old mare colts for sale by
J. Fitch, Hurley. Stable near J. Sar
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
You cannot accomplish any work or
business unless you feel well. If you
feel used up—tired out—take Dr. J. H.
McLean's Sarsaparilla. It will give
you health, strength and yitality. Sold
by E. Brauch.
The Hurley cornet band is prepar
ing to put on a drama in the near
future. You can expect something
good as the boys have a reputation of
giving first-class entertainments.
J&. J. Jenks remarked recently that
now"Doc" George had left the coun
try there might be a chance for some
body else to get a bridge contract.
"His bids are too low for me," said
Mr, Jenks ,1
The farmers' alliance held a meeting
last Saturday, but, as one of their mem
bers expressed it, they haven't got down
to business yet. These meetings will
prove of great benefit to those interest
ed if they are run in the right spirit.
The school sections in Turner county
will be leased at public auction at the
front door of the court house in Par
ker, Wednesday, April 16th, between
the hours of 10:00 a. m. and 5,-00 p. m,
The county superintendent of schools
will have charge of the leasing. Sue-,
cessful parties must deposit the
amount of their bid with tho county
treasurer, and If the lease is not ap
proved by the governor the money is
We publish this
ment of The Comopolitan, and our
clubbing rates with that magazine. No
words of praise are necessary from ua
to those who have seen thfs valuable
publication, qnd those who have not
seen it should send for a sample copy
or call at the Herald office and examine
one. The low price at which we fur?
fllsh It in combination with -he Herald,
places it within the reach of all. Try
|t for a year,.
Until farther notice
I will sell gasoline at
14 cents per gallon, or
5 gallons for 65 cents.
Spot caslL only.
Sewing machine needles at Kellar's.
The best in the world—Acorn stoves.
His Satanic Majesty'holds down the
editorial chair this week.
Be sure and attend that art exposi
tion and supper this evening.
The passenger train was over three
hours late Monday morning.
Spring came in quite cold—12 below.
May the month'of March go out pro
Amos Garett got badly hurt ac Par
ker last Saturday by having a hay
hook stuck in his eye.
The Hurley band have decided to
have a drama instead of a concert.
It will take place as sooc as they can
get it ready.
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 forget that we lead 'em
all in the line of druggists sudries and
fancy articles too numerous to mention
at Pioneer drug store.
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 your money
refunded, at Pioneer drug store.
If you suffer pricking pains on mov
ing the eyes, or cannot bear bright
light, and find your sight weak and
failing, you should promptly use Dr.
J. 11. Lean's Strengthening Eye Salye.
26 cents a box. Sold by E. Brauch.
Tho Merchants hotel at Yankton,
under the management of Landlord
Jencks, maintains its reputation of
being one of tho best hotels in South
Dakota. Guests receive the best atten
tion and the table is supplied with the
best the market affords.
Itobert Brauch, who visited his bro
ther, E. Branch, in Hurley this winter,
was a loser to a large extent in the re
cent dam bursting calamity near Pres
cott, Arizona. Kobert had a large
store and stock of goods consisting of
all needful supplies in a mining camp,
and the whole was washed away. No
particulars as to the amount of the
loss have been received.
A valuable subscriber sends us the
Ten Commandments and asks us to
publish them. Under the circumstan
ces we must decline to do it. It is true
that the commandments were written
several thousand years ago, but if we
were to publish them some person
would be sure to think they were
aimed at him and stop his paper. The
publisher of a journal has to be very
careful about such things.—Ink Fiend.
Parker Fress, 1st: Sheriff Halsey,
who has been absent for about a week,
arrived to-day (Friday) from his trip
to Leadviile, Colorado, where he took a
warrant for the arrest of Francis A.
Elliot and Mrs. Martha A. Hockey of
Centerville, charged with adultery.
Halsey secured and brought them to
Parker, where they waived an exami
nation, he being bound oyer in six
hundred dollars and she in the sum of
three hundred, and handed over to the
custody of the sheriff. They will prob
ably give bail to-day.
This was stolen from some contem
porary but that don't spoil its local
application: Why don't you run a
paper like that?" a grocery merchant
in a country town said to his editor,
throwing out a Chicago dally. "For
the same reason that you do not run a
grocery like that," the editor replied,
turning to an advertisement of a Chi
cago house showing a twelve story
building. The grocer looked attentive
ly at the picture for a moment and then
said," I never looked at it it that way
Look out for the barbed-wire-fence
fraud. Ho is a dangerous dian to tnfie
with. He calls on a farmer and pro
poses to put up an eight-wire fence at
eight cents per foot. This is apparent
ly, so cheap that the farmer usually
signs the contract. Then when the bill
comes in, which it does promptly, the
deluded farmer sees that he has agreed
to pay eight cents per foot for each par
ticular wire, instead of that amount for
the entire eight. When the scheme
works right and the premises are all
fenced in, the farmer has to surrender
his farm in part payment and gives his
note for the balance. Farmers will do
well to be on their guard against these
fellows, andshow them the gate as soon
as possible.—Yankton Journal.
The following bit of condensed wis
dom is from the New York Sun: If
county newspaper proprietors were to
publish the names of the subscribers
who take, read, enjoy and are gratified
by, yet refuse to pay for their home
papers,. the reputation of most com
munities for moral honesty would de
preciate twenty per cent. An editor's
labors are seldom esteemed or compen
sated." A lawyer will give you five
minutes advice on a topic and charge
you 85 for it. An editor will give you
advice on a hundred topics and charge
you five cents a copy for his paper.
And often five cents given to an editor
would save five dollars given to a law
yer. In fact no other business men
are so universally robbed and swindled
out of their labor
all kinds of thread on all classes of ma
terial. it is always ready. |g§
WiiEBiiER & WILSON MFG.
Having purchased a home in Hur
ley, I am very much in need of all the
money due me, to meet the monthly
dues oh the same. Those not able to
pay all now, will confer a great favor if
they will pay a part each month.
Dr. H. S. GRAVES.
Peter Nelson went north on Mon
Mrs. O. G. Udell went to Salem Mon
day for a short visit.
Lon Allen went to Parker Monday,
returning the same evening.
Mrs. A. J. Allen made a trip to Par
ker Saturday, returning Monday.
Mrs. M. Cheadle. of Salem, spent Sat
urday and Sunday as the guest of Mrs.
O. G. Udell.
Jos. Allen was at Centreville Satur
dry, straightening out a kink in the
lines of Rowley's addition.
Prof. Allen took a trip down tho road
Friday. Ye editor lost sight of him at
J. T. Brown, manager ot the Alder
man fruit farm in Turner county, is
visiting in this city with his brother,
Dr. A. D. Brown.—Pierre Press.
Messrs. E. Brauch, Chas. Pool and
Jos. Allen started for Pierre, S. D.
Tuesday morning to see the closing of
the first South Dakota legislature.
Ye editor and wife started for
Pierre, S. D., Tuesday morning, where
they will spend a few days taking in
the sights of the capital. They will go
from there to Aberdeen, where Mr.
Brown will take -part in the winter
meeting of the South Dakota Press
Association, which meets the 7th mst.
A Voice from the Valley.
I sec that" Hex (I presume Geo. W. Bailey)
Is devoting considerable time, and alloting con
siderable space to air himself through the New
Era, the purpose of which seems to be to vent
their spleen and spite at the county commis
sioners, writing everything that he knows and
a great many things wlileh he does not know.
Now, in the first place, I am not Boy." or
Mo." of the l'arker Press, nor am I lxof" of
the Democrat, and If the New Era or its devot
ed band have suspected me as such they can
forever rest assured that is a clear case of mis
Now right here I will say that I am not
ashamed to sign my name to any article also.
Some of the dirt-fllugers have had considerable
to say about some of the county bridges, etc..
etc. I will say to such that the law makes the
county board the custodians of the county prop
erty, and they are fenced in and hedged round
about by tli" statutes, and If they have been
criminally careless or committed mal-practlce
in oilice, there Is our county attorney, and If he
will not attend the case, apply to your higher
authorities, and trot out your victim. Tills
board of county commissioners Is well aware
that there Is a pile of old Iron and bolts etc.. i»
ing at. Mr. Cliipperlleld's. "ere hauled
and lott there tor safe keeping. We also rather
like the idea (not that we suspect Mr. Chipper
Held of appropriating any of them) of the New
Era and Its clan reminding us of the fact. The
contract with Doc George and the county
was that he should use. all of tho available ma
terial to be found In the wrecks ot the bridges
that were washed out In the spring of 1887, and
tills pile of old material is a part of the refuse
of those wrecks, and that Is all there Is to that.
Then again, the statement of "L. F." of the
Tress (whom I suspect as bciug ].afayette
Franklin) Is, I suppose, the same cose that that
Old Bllud Chapman (no irreverence here)
alluded to before the county board while In ses
sion, and we told him to make affidavit to his
statement, but lie would not. Mr. X., F." can
either make his complaint to the county attor
ncr or one of the county board, or to the county
board while In session, but he must file his affi
davit with his complaint and the case will be
Hex," after telling us how they cruclfled our
Savior, (which I presume in his mind had some
connection with the late clerk of the court and
county printing deal) forgets to toll us how Ana
nias died, and how his principles still lived, and
bow the sin was kept alive, and flourished, and
finely concentrated in the New Era sanctum.
Rex also tells us about how somebody told
him that someone else told somebody about a
road supervisor Issuing road receipts to the tax
payers In said road overseer's district, without
their (the tax-payers) having done any work for
said receipts, and that said road supervisor put
In a bill for work to the amount of $15.00 for
such services, and that one of the county com
missioners paid the road supervlser $10.00 cash
out of his own pocket (this is quoted as near us
1 remember it. I have no Era and do not take
it). The road supervisors are sworn officers,
and each one subscribes to an oath attached to
his bill that the within Is a true and Just
account and is wholly unpaid, signed and sworn
befoce some officer authorized by law to take
such affidavits. Now, Mr. Rex," or any one
else, If you know of any case where any person
or persons whomsoever has illegally drawn or
appropriated any of the county funds, just trot
out vour victim and sit down oil him, and don't
be found in the back alley braying with assine
In regard to the Chronicle-Index bill. It was
presented to the county board (I think) at the
November meeting and was C). K.'d by C. F.
II., Clerk of the Court (I do not know of any mo
tlve C. F. H. had unless he wanted to see his
signature to the bills) and was for $4.50, but the
bill did not have the required affidavit attached
and was sent back to Mr. Banford for his affida
vit that It was a true and just account, aud his sig
nature. When he sent the bill to the county board
again In January It was the same bill aud had
affidavit and signature on it, and was allowed
as sworn to at S4.G0. The bill is now on tile In
the office of the clerk.
So far as the slush published in the New Era
relates to myself, I care nothing for It, knowing
the originator, and his record, which is not an
enviable one. I do not consider him any more
responsible for telling a malicious lie (for one
lie more or less amounts to nothing with the ad
lnterem editor ot the New Era") than I do for
his being drugged after setting himself up as
an example during the prohibition campaign.
The ad interim Is a great big O. Charles F.
Hackett is the responsible editor and he ought
to be careful whom he engages to abuse and
blackmail the people, and run down and defame
the fair name of our glorious and good couuty.
....... AixsKzo W. BACON,
i. County Commissioner Fourth District.
Re»t Kstato Transfer**
Real estate transfers through Allen's
agency for the month of February:
160 acres In Swan Lake town
ship to Carl Olsen
80 acres in Hurley township to
G. W. Schultz
160 acres in Turner township
to George Smith
160 acres in Spring Valley
township to C. J. Aalberg...
160 acres in Hurley township
to J. Andrew
160 acres in Hurley township
to G. E. Fostlethwaite
80 acres in Hurley township to
S. W. Kellar
capital as the
country newspaper publisher.
Sews fast and makes
a perfect stitch with
185 and 187 Wabash Ave., Chicago.
Art Kx|oftIt1on and Supper.
The ladies of the Missionary and Aid
society vvill give a Sociable, in connec
tion with a Supper, Art Exposition,
Literary exercises, etc., at Opera Hall,
Thursday evening, March Cth. Will
commence to serve supper at (5 p. m.
Supper, 10c. admission to exposition
the same. A first-class entertainment
and social good time are guaranteed.
Cordial invitation extended to all.
vf *'j Secretary.
Language is hardly strong enough to
express my admiration of the merits of
Chamberlain,s Cough Hemedy. It is
the best remedy for croup and whoop
ing cough I have eyer 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
llemedy is tho best of all.. Thomas
Rhodes, Bakersfield, Crlifornia. For
sale by Emil Brauch.
Stoye repairs for any stovo in the
United States or Canada for sale at
Hurley, S. D.,
po YOU READ
960 acres $10,500
House and lot in Hurley to H. 4^5
S, Graves. 91.600
If you have Real Estate to sell list it
If you want
to buy Keal Estate confer with
they have the bar
The Goods Must be
Groods Retailed, at
The Entire C. M. Pier Stock
is now Being Closed
Out at Prices
O W E
Than Ever Before
Heard of in Turner County.
Come at Once, and Secure
Marion Harland, the friend and help
er of women everywhere, has taken up
the work of restoring the ruined mon
ument marking Hie luirial-place of
Mary th- .Mother of Washington,
she says truly—in her appeal to the
mothers anil dimghters of America to
erect a lilting monument to her who
gave our country a father—that "the
sun shines upon no sadder ruin in the
length, and breadth of our land, than
this unfinished structure."
The -publishers of The llome-XIaker
of which Marion Harland is the editor,
offer, as their contribution to the good
cause, seventy-five cents out of every
annmii subscription of two dollars to
the Magazine, sent in during the next
six months. Every such subscription
must be accompanied by the words,
For Mary Washington Monument."
The offer is generous and should meet
with.an enthusiastic response.
As time rolls on will
drive all other sew
ing machines from first-class homes
and dress-making establishments.
WILSON MFG. CO.,
185 and 187 Wabash Ave., Chicago.
THAT BRIGHT, SPARKLING YOUNG MAGAZINE?
The Cheapest Illustrated Monthly in the World.
26 CENTS A NUMBER. $2.40 PER YEAR.
Enlarged, October, 1889, to 128 Pages.
literally wliat the New York Timet calls It,
most varied and best edited of the Magazines."
(AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY
KOR NEW SUBCRIBEIIS, FOR ONE YEAR ONLY.
The Cosmopolitan, per year $2.40
Turner Gounty Herald, per year 81.50
The price of the two publications 83.90
We will furnish both for only 82.75
This offer is only to new subscribers to The Cosmopolitan and only for one year.
It has more articles in each number that are readable, and fewer uninteresting pages than
any of Its contemporaries."—Boston Jimrnat.
THK COSMOPOLITAN KUUNISHE8 FOB THK FIBBT TtMK IX MAGAZIXK LITEBATUE,
A Splendidly Illustrated. Periodical at a Price hitherto deemed Impossible.
TUY IT KOR A YEAH,
It will be a liberal educator to every member of the household. It makes
nights pass pleasantly. It will give you wore for the money
than you can obtain many other form.
Do you want a first-class Magazine, giving annually
1536 pages by the ablest writers, with more thxn
1500 illustrations, by the cleverest artists—as read
able a Magazine as money can make—a Magazine
that makes a specialty of live subjects?
'The marvel how the publishers can give so much for the money."—Philadelphia Evening Call
^is office and secure both The
Cosmopolitan and Herald.
At its, price, the brightest.
O O W A N 1
To Buy a
You will find that the best and cheap
est place in Turner County is at
and that the best firm to deal with is
This space belongs to
J. W. KELLAR
A in a in
$ IN O O S
as was ever brought to the
city, and you will find the
than ever before.- We are
not selling a bankrupt stock,
but we are offering good new
goods at prices that will as
THEY ARE SO LOW.
Call and see if we do not
live up to what we advertise.
Manufacturer of, and Dealer in
Team, Carriage Buggy
And Strap Work of all Kinds,
BRUSHES, CURU1' COMBS.
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
ELLIOTT & BACH
South Dakota. ALLEN BROS.
E I N E S O N
Wind Mills and Pumps,
CLARK. DEYO & CLARK,
llUllLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
Having purchased one of tho latest Im
proved Augers and Drills, we
can guarantee satisfac
tion in every
rillCES LOW AND TEKUS ItEAKCJJABLK.
Staple and Fancy
O E I E S
Flour, Salt, Tobacco, etc.
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
A. H. KROLL
Hurley Meat Market
Fresh and Smoked Meat Alnajrs on Hand.
Highest Trices I'ald for Live Stoek, Dide* «n4
HURLEY FURNITURE STORE.
New Stock and Prices to Suit the Times.
CALL AND SEE MY GOODS BEFORE BUYING
Coffins and Undertaker's Furnisliing G-oods.
Gr. L. PALMER.Prop.
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