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VOl-UME VII.
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Turner County. Herald.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
PUBLISHED BY
C. BROWN.
*MBKU or SOUTH DAKOTA TIIEHS
ASSOCIATION.
TBRM.S $1.60 Pun \'KAn. In Artvtuicc.
HVItLRV I-OIMIK NO. 75,1. O. O. F. A
Mi«U ovcry Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
I* AUto's hall. Visit Ine brothers arc most cam
••My requMtsd to attend.
C. J.
BACH. It. 8. C. M. pool,, X. (J.
connoc"on
'or Chicago and
Ywkton trains connect at Ccntrevllle with
totfc morning and evening passenger.
W. A. TMKALL, Uen'l Ticket Agent.
O. i. UDELL. Agent.
Jl* TO OUR PATRONS.
Owing to the stringency of the money
market, we are compelled to announce
that from this date no goods will bo
aold by the undersigned except for
3 SPOT CASH.
Thanking you for past patronage, and
believing that 1 can save you money on
future purchases, I remain,
*1 Yours respectfully,
J. C. MURPHY.
Hurley, S. D., Feb. 20, 1890.
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Over one million acorn stoves in use.
$ 't Trr gold dust washing ponder, I
#o*nd» for 25 cents—at Kellar's.
John Fitch now has his livery, sale
and feed stable ready for business.
Water set of five pieces given with
*aoh pound of Berkley's baking powder,
.fSSij rice 80 cents, at Kellar's.
Take a bottle of Quick ltelief Oil and
I Scad Shot home with you and if they
4on't cure come and get your money.
Sold by J5. Brauch.
•Any kind of a watch or clock cleaned
aad repaired at Pioneer Drug Store.
J. 1*. Kristiensen."
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Cheap for Cash.
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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
1,900, young and sound.
3 good young family cows, two with
calves at side.
3 yearling heifers- itj.
80 head choice grade sheep,
I nearly new Norwegian stirring
plow 1 nearly new reversible harrow
1 wagon hay rack 1 pair bobs, and a
lot of small farm implements, etc,
C. B. VALENTINE.
i~* Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
-i'The best salve in the worle for Cuts,
JJroites, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Uheum,
Tever Sdies, Tetter, Chapped hands,
"Chilblains, Corns, and alii Skin Erup
tians, 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.
fcome to stay—J. P. Kristiensen, at
Pioneer Drug Store, watch maker and
Jeweler.
Kotice to Sehool Ofitceis and Patrons*
The undersigned is in Parker on the
first Honday in each month for the
purpose of attending to any school
matters that may be brought before
I
COIITEZ SALMON.
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Wells Thoroughly Cleaned.!!!
And satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Come any day but Saturday, or leave
orders at John Kellar's.
ANDLTEW PETERMAN.
Tea we're going to have 'em again.
Have what? Why those celebrated
Farren & Farren bulk oysters, and
nay be celery, too, at Pioneer drug
store.
Tomiinson's Quick Belief Oil cures
croup, colds, asthma and Bronchitis.
Bold by E. Branch.
Frequently accidents occur in the
household which cause burns, cuts,
aprains 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
aale by E. Brauch.
Tomiinson'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?.
Head the following: Mr. C. II. Mor
ris, Newark, Ark., says:- Was down
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. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, I
would have died of Lung Troubles.
Was given up by doctors. Am now in
best of health.". Trvit. Sample bottle
free at Pioneer Drug Store. 5
Electric Bitters.
This 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 niedicino does not
exist and it is guaranteed to do all that
is claimed Electric Bitters will cure
all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys,
will Ie»jora Pimples, Bolls and other
affections caused by impure blood.—
Will drive Malarial fevers.—For care
of Headache. Constipation and Indi
gestion try Electric Bitters—Entire
satisfaction guaranteed, or money re
funded.—Price 50 cts. and 81-00 per
bottle at thp ljioncer Drug Store. 5
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"Mt Brat and third Sainrday of cach montli
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Chisago and Korthwestern Hallway Time
Table.
TUAIXS UOING HAST.
PMaenger, No,
Pr»lfht, 21
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'J:20 p, in.
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PaiMneer, No. 5
Freight, 28 $f
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LOCAL MENTION.
Mud.
Warm weather.
More like spring.
School closes Friday.
No soft coal in town.
Bring in your job work.
Try Kellar's new Java coffee,
A fine lot of Clothing just received at
Allen Bros'.
Mats and caps regardless of cost at
C. Al. Pier's old stand.
More now crockery and glass sets
just arrived at Kellar's.
Andrew Piper has finished his term
of school in Idyhvilde township.
The circuit court, E. (J. Smith presid
ing, is now in session at Yankton.
It takes two very large boys to carry
a pail of water to the school house.
Chris McGinn, of Turner got badly
scratched up in a runaway last week.
Woolen Yarn, Hoods and Nubias at
your own price at C. M. Pier's old
stand. *4
Don't forget the school entertain
ment at Opera hall to-morrow (Friday)
evening.
A sure sign of soring—Gus Bach Is
receiving a large supply of cultivators,
harrows etci
Come and see the largest stock of 10
cent articles ever brought to Hurley,
at J. C. Murphy's.
The moisture which came last week
'n the shape of snow is going into the
ground in fine shape.
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For weak back, chest pains, use a Dr
J. H, McLean's Wonderful Healing
Plasters. Sold by E. Brauch.
For Kent—60 acres plow land 3 miles
south, and 50 acres 3 miles east of Hur
ley—terms cash, at Allen's Agencj
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 ror
sale, 5 miles southeast of Hurley, sam
ple at Allen's Agencyl K. O. Pinney.
For Sale or Rent—The Childs farm
at Swan Lake—275 acres—come and
see us. A bargain. Allen's- Agency.
The members of the McCook Post G.
A. B. have in preparation a drama,
which they intend to present at an
early day.
Mr. Postlethwaite is expected in a.
few days, and will commence improve
ments on his farm recently purchased
of Mrs. udson.
Wm. Rundell lost a pair of lines be
tween Hurley and his farm "west of
town. The finder is requested to leave
them at this office.
J. I. Hale has moved his family to
the Rundel". tarm, south of town, where
he will "tickle the soil, and it will
laugh with a harvest."
Dr. H. S. Graves is building an addi
tion to the house recently purchased by
him of J. Fitch. He will use a portion
of the house for an office.
Junia Sargent will reside on one of
his farms east of town this summer,
having moved out this week. He will
probably divide his time between the
store and the'farm.
The devil" made amiss on the sup
plements last week, and so you get a
double dose this week. Next week we
will giye you the prohibition bill as
amended and passed.
J. P. Wither will sell stock, farming
Implements and household goods at
public autlon Wednesday, March 19th.
Mr. Withee has rented his farm and
will spend the summer in Rockton, 111.
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 vitality. Sold
by E. Brauch.
Canton Advocate: W. 11. Shaff was
laid up the first of the week with some
thing yery like la grippe, but is now re
covering and expects soon to be able to
handle Uncle Sam's mails with all of
his old-time vim.
Under the new time card, which went
into operation on the North-Western
railroad Monday last, the north and the
west bound mail closes at the postofiice
at 10:35 a. m., and the south and east
bound at 5:45 p. m.
The Intermediate department of the
Hurley high school will give an enter
tainment, consisting of recitations, dia
logues, songs, etc., on Friday evening,
March 14. All are coidially invited.
Admission fed, 10 cents.
Rev. Jordan, presiding elder of'the
M. E. church, will hold quarterly con
ference in Opera hall, Saturday, March
15, at 2:00 p. m. He will preach at the
hall at 7:30 p. m. Saturday evening and
at 11:00 a. m. Sunday morning.
Quite a number ot Hurley's young
people attended the exhibition and spel
ling school at Swan Lake last Friday
evening, and report a very pleasant
time. Gertie Conklin had the honor of
spelling down the whole school.
The annual statement of the Lloyds
Plate Glass Jnsurance company appears
in this issue of the Herald. Hurley is
a little short on plate glass just at
present, but we may need some insur
ance of that character in the near fu
ture.
Say, Brother Hanford, isn't it a little
cheeky, to say the least, to steal an
item outright from a neighboring
newspaper, as you did this week. We
refer to the one in regard- to the Mer
chant's hotel, at Yankton. The hotel
is entitled to the notice all right, but,
then—you know bow it is yourself,
Some of our farmers think they are
occasionally imposed upon by drouth
sufferers. A case was reported at the
Herald office this week where two men
drove'up to acorn crib, and stating to
the farmer's wife, who happened to be
out to get- cobs for fuel, that they were
drouth sufferers, they proceeded, with
out leave or license, to appropriate to
their own use two sacks of sh.elled corn,
and then drove to the next farm.
Sewing machine needles at Kellar's.
The best in the world—Acorn stoves.
Next Monday will be St. Patrick's
day.
This is the Overshoe season of the
year.
The Swan Lake sehool closed last1
Friday.
Clothing is cheaper than ever before
at Allen Bros'.
Best patent flour 81.25 per sack, at I.
G. Ferguson & Co.'s.
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School closes Friday, and a "three
weeks' vacation follows.
Don't forget that those accounts due
C. M. Pier must be paid.
Spring term of school will commence
the first Monday in April.
John Wormwood is laid up with a
strain caused by too heavy lifting.
You can save money by buying your
underwear and clothing of Sargent.
A full line of boots and shoes at bed
rock prices at C. M. Pier's old stand.
W. A. Dodge succeeds Geo. A. Jones
as editor and publisher of the Eden
Star.
Turner county alliance will meet at
Opera hall, Hurley, Saturday, March
29, at 2.-00 p. m.
It is eqpected that Rev. Jordon will
preach at the Spring Valley church
Friday evening.
More ot the beautiful" this morn
ing, and it maketh the herrt of the
husbandman rejoice.
Several real estate deals are abount
consummated, but we are not at liberty
to disclose them this week.
Prof. Allen is going down the road
Friday evening, and—well, we'll tell
you all about it next week.
Mr. Cope, who purchased the S, W.
Keliar place west of town, has moved
onto the same with his family.
Mr. Baker has moved his family into
the new bouse on the farm recently
purchased by him of Mr. Warner.
A number of Hurley Odd Fellows
contemplate taking in the session of
the grand lodge at Deadwood in May.
An evening of enjoyment lr reported
by those .who attended the entertain
ment in Opera hall Tuesday evening.
Homer Lewis is assisting Jos. An
drews on his Spring Valley ranch. F.
M. Layne will carry on Homer's farm
this year.
A number of the bold soldier boys
from Iluley will eat hard tack and spin
yarns with their comrades at Sioux
Falls next week.
We have been requested by some of
our business men to remark that there
Was too much stock running loose on
re so
Geo. Wormwood has ordered more
fine-haired swine. Surely, Turner
county farmers are getting to the front,
and they propose to keep a moving.
The Hurley Cornet Band has decided
to put on T. S.Denison's famous drama
entitled, "Louva, The Pauper," also a
roaring farce, "The Kansas^ Immi
grants Or, the Great Exodus." Look
out for dates.
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. H. Lean's Strengthening Eye Saiye.
25 cents a box. Sold by E. Brauch.
E. Branch has received word that his
brother Robert lost over $9,000 by the
recent dam disaster in Arizona. He
barely escaped with his life, and his
safecontainingseveral thousand dollars
is still somewhere among the debris.
Quarterly conference* of the M. E.
church will be held at Hurley, Satur
day, March 15, commencing at 2:00 p.
m. Service at 7:30 p.m., also at 11:00
a. m., Sunday. Rev. Jordon will offici
ate. A cordial Invitation is extended
to all.
The question of selling the county
poor farm was voted on in Lincoln
county last week, and it was decided
not to sell by an almost unanimous
vote. Turner county should purchase
a county farm while the price of land
Is low.
We publish elsewhere the official no
tice of the leasing of school lands.
Turner county has school sections
which are quite valuable, and it is ex
pected that considerable revenue will
be derived for the school fund from
these leases.
The year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Kundell died Sunday evening from in
flanfation of the bowels. The funeral
took place at the residence Tuesday
forenoon. The bereaved parents have
the sympathy of the community in
ther affliction.
Professor Eastman will deliver a
"plain talk" at Opera hall, Hurley,
Saturday evening. The professor and
his lecture are said to be very enter
taining and instructive, and equal to a
minstrel show for fun. Admission 15
cents and less. See small bills.
During a visit to Pierre the last week
of the legislature we found the Turner
county delegation at their seats In their
respective departments and attending
faithfully to their work. The boys did
sot do as much-talking as some of the
members, but they appeared to be tak
ing a hand in the still hunts."
A Hurley business man received
Tuesday two letters from different par
ties in Sioux Falls asking him the low
est cash price for his store building and
stock of goods. He also received a tel
egram the same day and to the same
effect from a resident of a town near
Sioux Falls, They must have "heard
something over that way.
The country (and city) editors who
took in the advertisement of Leslie's
Home Journal, and were to receive
gold watches and diamonds in payment
therefor are still on the watch for their
diamonds. Bro. Sargent of the 1 ank
ton Herald is entitled to one of the
largest diamonds and A. Sheridan
Jones of the late Rural Voice should
have a full set,
IK
BV M188 Jtll.LY STOU
One evening as I passed along
I chanced upon a western town,
Where all around was bright and gay—
And soon began the spelling test,
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1890.
N0TICE.
Having purchased a home in Hur
ley, I am very much In need of all the
money due me, to meet the monthly
dues on the same. Those not able to
pay all now, will confer a great favor if
they will pay a part each month.
Yours Respectfully,
Dr. H. S. GRAVES.
Our Spelling Schoo
Methought I'd tarry till next day.
My supper o'er, I looked around,
To see what amusement could be found
And quietly turning to the right.
At the school house saw a welcome light.
1 followed on townrd the bright dame.
And modestly asked from whence it came
A little urchin quick replied,
A spelling school come, go inside
1 walked lu at the open door.
Found lads and lassies there, a score
Kacli one was clad In Sunday best.
The teacher, forty, fat and fair,
With gltisscss poised and silvered hair.
Gave out the words In clear, quick tones.
To J..iynes and Clarks and Amos Jones.
The spellers ranged from side to side,
And each to do their best hard tried
But soon the ranks began to thin,
Hnd lu a short time were very slim.
Three schools in spelling did take part.
Some soon wavered and lost heart
And some, 'twas wonderful to see.
How many letters In words could be.
Till only two were left alone
Young Tom from Hurley, a merchant's son,
And Millv Stout did undertake
To win the side for old Swan Lake.
But one unlucky word she missed,
While all the room was still as wlilst,
Young Tom spelled right and stepped In line.
Thus won the honors for this time.
His friends tliey cheered him loud and long.
And gathered round him in a throng.
"While Swan I^ike feeling^ad and sore,
Jtctired quietly from the floor.
Some time was spent in pleasant chat,
And then the teacher's rat-tat-tat.
Called all to order and once more
The spellers ranged upon tho floor.
They spelled about, first east then west,
And each one did his level best
But llnally all were down once more,
Save the same two who stood before.
They spelled along without a moan
Untlll the tcaclier came to blown,"
When young Tom was somehow mislead,
And Mlliy quickly passed up head.
The conflict o'er, quiet reigned
Until tho teacher spoke again.
Its our turn now to cheer, she said.
And then three rousing cheers were had.
The lights were out. we homeward went,
And eacli one to his best girl lent
His strong left arm lest she might fall.
And never then get home at all.
Good nights were said, we went to bed.
But visions still went through our head,
And misspelled words and boys and girls,
All came in one tremendous whirl,
—Swan Lake, South liakota.
PERSONAL.
T. W. Murphy went to the county
seat to-day,
C. J. Bach spent Wednesday night in
Center ville.
Chas. Pool and E. Brauch returned
from Pierre Saturday.
Mrs. Jos. Allen, Mrs. J. Andrew and
Mrs. E. Brauch visited in Parker Tnes
day.
J. 5. Schmidt and family of Center
ville are visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Rasmussen.
Ye editor and wife returned home
Monday from a week's visit in central
South Dakota.
Mrs. W. II. Carr ofr Yankton is visit
ing in Hurley this week, Arriving on
this morning's train.
Mrs. A. H. McGrew came up from
Centerville this morning to visit her
sister, Mrs. D. A. Gowdy.
Mrs. M. S. Robinson accompanied her
sister, Mrs. George Fromer, to St. Paul,
where she will visit for a few weeks.
Mrs. Levi Wormwood has been visit
ing her daughter. Mrs. Towberman, at
Centerville, returning home Tuesday.
Representative Mann returned to
hurley yesterday from his legislative
work, having stopped at Parker for a
day or two.
Hon. C. J. Bach returned from Pierre
Saturday evening, where he has been
attending to his duty as a legislator tor
the past two months.
Mrs. J. Andrew, of Longmont, Colo
rado, is visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Jos. Allen. These sisters have been
separated for over a quarter of a centu
ry, and to say that^tbey are enjoying
their reunion would be a mild form of
expression.
Now is the time to insure against
Cyclones, Tornadoes, Windstorms and
Hurricanes. We represent none but
reliable companies.
ALLEN'S AGENCY.
If the newspaper is no good to the
community, run it out but if it is wor
thy of support, every citizen of the
town and surrounding country should
add their mite to the fund which goes
to support it. Tho local newspaper is
always working to draw the attention
of the outside world to the advantages
possessed by its locality and those who
are to reap the benefits of the incoming
capital and immigration should be wil
ling to assist in maintaining the influ
ence—thelocal newspaper—which helps
more rhan any other enterprise to keep
the tact before the world that your
town and surrounding country really
exists and is worthy of consideration.
There is a rumor floating around,
which wo believe is without founda
tion to the effect that T. Case & Son
leased the Hurley creamery for the
purpose of. closing It up. If there
should prove to be any truth in this re
port, however, the sooner we move in
that cheese factory matter the better
for allpartles concerned.
The Hurley Farmer's alliance meet
ing will be held at Opera hall, Satur
day, March 22, at 1.-00 o'clook, p. m.
The
regular
ji- v.
meetings will be held
thereafter on the last Saturday in the
month at 3:00 p. ms V^
Proceedings of Town Board.
11 urley, S. D., Feb. 1C, 1890.
The board met in regulav session.
Present, Jos. Allen and D. Dwyer, trus
tees and W. Elliott, clerk.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
On motion the following bills were
allowed:
W. Elliott, for 3d qutarter's sal
ary, 38.75
On motion board adjourned.
Attest: Jos. ALLEN,
W. ELLIOTT, President.
Clerk.
Hurley. S. D„ March, 10,1890.
The board met in regular session.
Present, Jos. Allen, D. Dwyer and C.
M. Pier, trustees and W. Elliott, clerk.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
On motion the following bills were
approved:
T. W. Kyte, for balance due on
4th quarter's salary of town
hall, §14.70
Attest: Jos. ALLEN,
W. ELLIOTT, President.
Clerk.
po YOU READ
siifel
Slaughter Sale.
The Goods Must be
Sold.
oocls Retailed, at
-WHOLESALE PRICES.-
The Entire O. 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
GENUINE BARGAINS.
OLE SHAGER,
Hurley, S. D., Agent.
Feb. 19,1890.
THE COSMOPOLITAN,
THAT BRIGHT, SPARKLING YOUNG MAGAZINE 7
The Cheapest Illustrated Monthly in the World.
25 CENTS A NUMBER. $2.40 PER YEAR.
Enlarged, October, 1889, to 128 Pages."
The COSMOPOLITAN IS literally what the New York Timet calls It," At its price, the brightest,
most varied and best edited of the Magazines."
»D0Sc«,»^AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY*-*™*.™*
FOR NEW 6UBCRIBERS, FOR ONE YEAR ONLY.
The Cosmopolitan, per year $2.40
Turner County Herald, per year.. 81.50
The price of the two publications 63.90
We will furnish both for only ..62.75
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 paies than
any of its contemporaries."—Boston Journal.
T«K COSMOPOLITAN P0BKIHItK8 FOB THE FIIlflT TIME IK AOAZIXR LZTESATDE,
A Splendidly Illustrated Periodical at a Price hitherto deemed Impossible.
TRY IT KOK A YEA It,
It will be a liberal educator to every member of the household". It makes
nights pass pleasantly. It will giye you more for the mpney
A than yon can obtain in any other form. ..
Do you want a first-class Magazine, giving annually
1536 pages by the ablest writers, with more than"
1800 illustrations, by the cleverest artists—as read-J*«
able a Magazine as money can make—a Magazine
that makes a specialty of live subjects
The marvel Is how the publishers can give go much tor the money."—noaddphia Evening CMI
Send $2.75 to this office and secure both The
Cosmopolitan and Herald.
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Real Kstate Transfer*.
Real estate transfers through Allen's
agency fot the month of February:
1G0 acres in S\rnu Lake town
ship to Carl Olson 81,550
80 acres in Hurley township to
G. \V, schultz 700
160 acres
in
Turner
S. W. Kellar 850
TOTALS:
960 acres.* $10,500
House and lot in Hurley to II.
S. Graves $1,500
If you have Real Estate to sell list it
with ALLEN'S AGENCY. If you want
to buy Real Estate confer with
ALLEN'S AGENCY they have the bar
gains.
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.
Bill
township
to (ri-orge Smith 2,000
Kill acres in Spring Valley
township to C. J. Aalberg... 1,400
100 acres in Hurley to\vnship
to J. Andrew 1.400
1(50 acres in Hurley township
to G. E. Postlethwaite 2,000
80 acres in Hurley township to
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Hurley,
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Manufacturer of, and Dealer in
Team, Carriage Buggy
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Do Yon Have to
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If so, why not
CASH! CASH!
We will sell our goods -for
CASH
As fine a line of
S IN O O S
HARNESS OIL.
liURLET, SOUTH DAKOTA.
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as was ever brought to the
city, and you will find the
PRICKS LOWER
than ever before. We are
not selling a bankrupt stock,
but we are offering good neAv
goods at prices that will as
tonish you,
THEY ARE SO LOW.
Call and see if we do not
live up to what we advertise.
HARNESS,
And Strap Work of all Kinds,
SADDLES, Willi's,
BRUSHES, euimv COMI5S
NUMBER *46
Which is the11 Bradley."-,§
or farm produce or
SECURED PAPER
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THE BEST
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ELLIOTT & BACH.
only, and
will not be undersold by any-v
one. Buy of us a Coupon
Credit Book and keep your
own accounts.
We deal in Groceries, Mourr
Salt, Crockery, Glassware, No
tions and je welly/ "?5^
Good goods sold cheap.
J.
W. KELLAR.
CASH! GASH!
JXJST EECEIYEB
AT ALLEN 13 RO B,
Respectfully,
Soutli Dakota. ALLEN BROS.
JOSEPH FRICK
I N E S S O N
DEALERS IN'
Staple and Fancy:
E O E RIES,
Flour, Salt, Tobacco, etc.
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA,
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Well Boring,
T-l I N G,.
Wind Mills and Pumpsr
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CLARK. DEYO & CLARK,
HUKt.Br, SOVTU DAKOTAv
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liming purchased one of ihp latest itn
proved Angers and Drillu, we
can guarantee satisfac
tion in every
instance.
L'KICK.S I.IHV AXD TERMS NNABCNABLKV^-1
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Hurley Meat Market
Frcali and Smoked Meat Always on Hand-.
Highest Prlccs L'aW, tor Ltvc Sfoek, Bides Mi! Furs
HURLEY,
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A. H. KROLL,
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HURLEY FURNITURE STORE.
New Stock and Prices to Suit the "-Times:
CALL AND SEE MY GOODS BEFORE BUYING
Coffins and Undertaker's Furnishing Goods*
G-. XJ. IP-ATuM'TOlils T^rop.
DAKOTA.

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