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VOLtTME VII.
Turner County Herald.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
rUBLISHKD
BY
W. C. BROWN.
UMBKE OF SOUTH DAKOTA TUBSS
ASSOCIATION,
TBK:
60 I'KII VitAn. In Advance.
huklev LOUOK NO. 75, i. o. o. 1'.
Meets overy Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
Allan's liall, Vlsitlnc brothers arc most earn
••My requested to attend.
C. J.
BACH. IT. 8, C. M. I'CIOI., X. (J.
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COOK 1'O.HT, NO. 31, 0. A. I!,
Meet Itrst and third Saturday of each month
»17 p. in.. Ill U. A. Ii. liall.
Chicago and XorthTOeatcrn Railway Time
Table.
TI1AINS UOINU KAST.
r*5s«nger, Xo, «:o,i p. m.
rwigbt, 2t gao p, m.
PMienger, Xo.
Freight, as
Make through connection
lloux City.
llurley, S. D., Feb. 20, 1890.
AVest, and Townships 97, 98, 99 and 100
North, Ranges 51 and 55 West.
O. H. PAItKElt,
Commissioner oi School and Public
^Lands. ft
BUSINESS WlllXFS.
Over one million acorn stoves in use.
Try gold dust washing powder, 4
pounds 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
each pound of Uerkley's baking powder,
price 50 oents, at Kellar's.
Take a bottle of Quick Relief Oil and
Dead Shot home with you and if thev
don't cure come and get your money.
Sold by £. Brauch.
Any kind of a watch or clock cleaned
•and repaired at Pioneer Drug Store.
J. 1J. Kristiensen.
M-
JJucklen's Arnica Salve.
The ibest salve iu the worle for Cuts,
Utilises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt, Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale-by E
Brauch.
Come to stay—J. P. Kristiensen, at
Pioneer Drug Store, watch maker and
jeweler.
Wells Thoroughly Cleaned.
And satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Come any day but Saturday, or leave
orders at John Kellar's.
ANDREW PETERMAN.
Yes-we're going to have'em again.
Hare what? Why those celebrated
Farren & Farren bulk oysters, and
way be celery, too, at Pioneer drug
store, --'r*
Totnlinson's Quick Relief Oil cures
croup, colds, asthma and Bronchi uis.
gold by E. Brauch.
Frequently accidents occur in the
household which cause burns, cuts,
*prains and bruises for use in such
eases Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil
Liniment has for many years been the
constant favorite family remedy. For
by E. Branch.
Tomlinson's Dead Shot cures colic,
neuralgia of stomach, diarrhoea and
&U bowel troubles. Guaranteed to cure
colic in hora8S. Sold by E., Brauch.
Ig Consumption Incurable?
Bead the following: Mr. C. II. itfor
7 fis, Newark, Ark., says: Was dowu
1
with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
^'physicians pronounced me an'iucura
nle consumptive. Began taking Dr.
WKing's New Discovery for Consunip
tiou, am now on my 'third bottle, and:
able to oversee the work on my farm,
it1s the finest medioiene ever made.*'
Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio,
nays: Had It not been for Dr. Kings
Jtew Discovery for Consumption, I
jrould have died of Lung Troubles.
Was given up by dootors. An? now in1
.iwt of health." Trv it. Sample bottlo
/-free .it I'ionecr Drug store*.
"Bring in your job work.
10:54 a.m.
li -2a a. m.
far Clilcago and
with
Yankton trains connect at Centrevilie
botli morning and evening passenger.
W. A. THRALL, tlen'l Ticket Agent.
0.11. DKLI.. Agent.
TO OUR PATRONS.
Owing to the stringency of the money
market, we are compelled to announce
that from this date no goods will be
sold by the undersigned except for
Sl'OT CASH.
Thanking you for past patronage, and
believing that 1 can save you money on
future purchases, I. remain,
Yours respectfully,
1 0 a
Leasing School Lands.
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA,
iSJS —OFFICE OF— ,,.
Commissioner of School and I'uhllo
MtKKKBr
PiKRitE, Feb., 25, 1890.
Notice is hereby given that on the
16th day of April, 1890, all the School
lands of Turner county will be leased
at public auction to the highest bidder,
at the front door of the court house in
said county. The leasing will be con
ducted by the County Seperintendent
of Schools. Said leasing will be held
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m.
and 5. o'clock p. in. each day till all
tracts ot School land have been offered
for lease. Each bidder whose bid is
accepted, must at once deposit the
amount of his bid with the County
.Treasurer, taking his receipt therefor.
If the lease is not approved by the
Governor the money will be returned.
The following is the list of School
Lands in Turner county to be offered:
Sections 16 and 36, Townships 96, 97, 98,
99 and 100 North, liunge 52 and. 53,
B,/
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T.OCA1. MENTION.
pSllIf
Try Kellar's new Java coifec.^-*-*^®
Colds seem to be in fashion just now.
A fine lot of Clothing just received at
Alien Bros'.
Hats and caps regardless of cost at
C. M. Pier's old stand.
1
More new crockery aiii'd glass sets
just arrived at Kellar's.
A very small audience attended Prof.
Eastman's Iccture Monday evening.
As tar as heard from, Huron, Pierre
and Watertown will enter the capital
race.
Woolen Yarn, Hoods and Nubias at
your own price at C. M. Pier's old
stand.
Garden seeds are now among the
articles offered for sale by our mer
chants.
Come and see the lamest stock of 10
cent articles ever brought to Hurley,
at J. C. Murphy's.
"Major Pickles" is the way the Sioux
City Journal puts it in speaking of
South Dakota's respectde woman's
rights champion.
J3il. Welch is still hauling rock for
that new barn. Must be he is agoing,
to have a big one.
Mrs. J. W. Kingery and Mrs. W. E.
Allen have been having a severe dose
of la grippe this week.
For weak back, chest pains, use a Dr
J. 11. McLean's Wonderful Healing
Plasters. Sold by E. Brauch.
If you want to buy a line organ
cheap call at the Herald office, and
see what a bargain we have to oifer.
I have choice yellow seed corn for
sale, 5 miles southeast of Hurley, sam
ple at Allen's Agency. 11. 0. Pinney.
Mass will be held at the Catholic
church. Hurley. Sunday. March 23, at
10:30 a. in., Hey., J. W. .Gavin, ofliciat
mg.
T. W. Murphy lyis a sale of stock,
farm machinery and grain at his farm
one mile south of Hurley on the 27th
ihst.
T. W. Murphy has leased his farm to
Henry Fangman and the house thereon
to Mrs. Alderman and will move to
Sioux Falls.
Mr. Oliver Shannon, a former resi
dent of Yankton, died at tho residence
of his daughter, Mrs. D. L. Pratt, in
Sioux City, last Friday.
Please remember that the W. C. T.
U. will meet the last Tuesday in every
month. They will meet Mrs. John
Kingecy, Tuesday, March 25.
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.
The W. C. T. U. convention for the
southeast district of the state will be
held at Parker, April 2, 3 and 4. An
interesting program has been prepared
and all are invited.
An extensive sale of stock, farming
implements and household goods will
be held at tho farm of E. M. Mann,
three miles southwest of Swan Lake,
Monday the 24th inst.
Elephant Sociable at the residence of
A. S. Peck next Friday evening. Tea
from 6 to 8 o'clock then come the ele
phants, charades, etc. Tea 10 cents, as
usual. Come one, come all.
A Hurley business tnAn tried to pass
a S2.50 gold piece onto the editor of tho
Herald for a penny. Probably thought
he didn't handle money enough so that
he would know the difference.
The "boys" have been "drawing" new
suits to replace "tho faded coat of
blue," but if the Sioux Fallsites take
them for "raw recruits" they arc liable
to get left on the final round up.
Representative Iless of Moody county
denies the report that he took poison at
Pierre. Dr. Brown, who was called to
attend him, says the poison he took is
commonly known as "rot-gut." whisky.
Yon cannot accomplish any work or
business unless you feel well. If you
feel used up—tired out—take Dr. J. II.
McLean's Sarsaparilia. It will give
you health, strength and vitality. Sold
by E. Brauch.
Gowdy Bros, will sell at public
auction in Hurley, Wednesday, March
26, horses, buggies, wagon, household
goods, and other articles too numerous
to mention. Nine months time at 10
per cent interest on all sums of §10
and over.
Rev. JordOn, presiding elder ot tho
M. E. church, preached at Opera hall
last Sunday morning, and judging from'
the words of praise from those who
heard him it is safe to predict that
there will be no empty benches in the
hall when he next .visits Hurley.
The Herald this week publishes the
law relating to the disposition of the
school lands. In supplement form It
also supplies its readers with the law
governing tho sale of iutoxicating
liquors. There was no provision made
by the legislature for the publication
of any ?t the laws, but the Herald will
endeavor to furnish the more impor
tant ones as rapidly as possible.
Bulletin No. 16 from the South Da
kota experiment station at Brookings,
treats of the sugar beet. It recom
mends to the farmers of the state a
more ereneral cultivation of this root
crop for feeding purposes. Any resi
dent of South Dakota can have these
valuable bulletins mailed to liim free
oy sending a request to that effect to
Lewis McLouth, Director, Jirookings,
s-D:SS
A
The Sioux Falls Press of the 15th
inst
states that in conversation with a
prominent railroad man of that city,
General Manager Mohler,- of the Great
Northern (Manitoba) recently said, In
regard to the extension of that road
from Sioux Falls, that "cars would be
running into Yankton by fall, and
that there was no question of it what
ever, The arrangements are almost
completed" fe
Sewing machine needles at Kellar's.
The best in the world—Acorn stoves.
Clothing is cheapcr than ever before
'at Allen Bros*.
E. P. Moore took home a power corn
sheller yesterday.
Gid. Howell hasjiishay press at.work
at T. J. Fromer's.'
Best patent flour 81.25' per sack, at I.
G. Ferguson & Co.'s.
Don't forget that those accounts due
C. M. Pier must be paid.
You can save money by buying your
underwear and clothing of Sargent.
J. A. Scott has lented the house now
occupied by W. 11. Gowdy and family.
A full line of boots and shoes at bed
rock prices at C. M. Pier's old stand.
Prof. Allen and bride will occupy the
residence owned by the Catholic so
ciety.
F. II. Xewton has leased a part of J.
J. Mclntiro's residence, and will soor
move into the same. •.
Gowdy Bros, have for rent a good,
well improved farm one uiilo and a
half south of Hurley.
The little child of Mr. and Mrs. F.
K. Berry died Wednesday night and
the funeral took place to-day.
Mr. John Robinson has traded his
farm south of town to 1). A. Gowdy for
his town property. -Mr. Robinson will
move to Hurley in a few weeks.
Tho entertainment given by the
pupils of the intermediate department
ot the llurley high school, was a very
satisfactory affair, and entitles them
and their teacher, Miss Watson, to
much praise.
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.
25 cents a box. Sold by E. Brauch.
Prof. Voigt, ot Marion, favored a
few ot our citizens with a number of
choice selections on the piano, at the
residence of ye editor, last evening
The professor's music class is increas
ing in size, and he is giying entire sat
isfaction.
It was only by the almost super
human efforts of a few citizens that
Hurley was saved from a raging prairie
fire, April 2, last year. The town fire
break was thoroughly plowed last fall.
It is about time to be thinking about
burning oil this spring.
Will Iloyne went down to Centre
ville last week, and some of the boys
getting hold of his grip the contents
Were jemoved and old papers and coal
(not from the Centrevilie mine) put in
to fill up. The clothes were expressed
to Hurley to C. J. Bachi, and when Will
opened the grip for some necessary
apparel ho discovered that the boys
had been there.
A deal has been completed by which
II. II. Rundell becomes owner of the
stock and feed yards heretofore owned
by Gowdy Bros. lie also leases W. 11
Gowdy's Spring A'alley farm. Gowdy
Bros, retire from business in Hurley
and go to Toledo, Iowa, where they ex
pect to have a wider field. Hurley
regrets very much to lose theso gentle
men and their families, and the Herald
believes that they will at some future
day return to make their home with us.
... I'EKSONAI..
.i
Mrs. W. 11. Carr returned to Yankton Tuesday.
Trot. \. J, Alleii and' bride arrived On this
morning's train.
Misses Eva and Judte JIcGrew, of CentrevlUo
are visiting in Hurley to-day.
Ueo. Wolf returned home Saturday from a
visit with relatives in Kansas.
•Capt. C. A, Xear and B. 1!, Allen went over
land to Sioux Fails yesterday.
K*cv. J. J. Mclutlre drove over to Sioux Falls
Tuesday, accompanied by Jlrs. Vaiidermark.
Postal Clerk Young ot the Dakota Central
line was a pleasant caller at the Herald sanctum
Monday.
Mrs. E. C.Kennedy came down from Parker
Monday evening, and continued licr Journey to
Yankton Tuesday evening.
C-. J. llacli and wire took in the dance at
Centrevilie last Friday evening. Gus says he
went along to take care of the baby.
Major C. B. Harrigle took Tuesday morning's
train for Sioux Falls. lie (ranted to be on hand,
in season to pick out a good camping place.
T. W. Murpliy, E. P. Moore and .1. 0. Murphy
returned from a trip to Sioux Falls Tuesday
evening, l'hcy report tilings lively in the Queen
City.
Mrs. Andrew returned Tueday evening from
a visit with a sister at Milbank, S. I). She
went to Yankton last night for a briet visit, and
will return to her home at Longinont, Colorado,
next week.
A Man From Tu^ier,
Conkiin's Dakotian: In- Turner
county the farmers decided last fall to
allow no man to go to the legislature
unless his interests were-such that he
would support the'Hi&iS'irfei'i'Wlvocated
by the farmers
republican platfoHfi.
around to find just such men as tney
wanted, they determined to select Mr.
C. J. Bach, a young, hardware and im
plement man at llurley, and elected
him. Mr. .Bach realized the fact that
without prosperity of the farmer, there
was no prosperity to the business man
Tho farmers demanded a stringent
usnry bill and Air. Bach supported such
a bill the farmers demanded an eqnal
taxation bill and Mr. Bach supported
such a bill the farmers demanded
railroad taxation law and Mr. Bach
supported such, a bill. Mr. I3ach was
pledged to support a prohibition law
and he kept his pledge. On every
farmers' measure Mr. Bach voted right.
2\To man in the legislature has a cleaner
record than has C. J. Bach. He is also
a worker and he worked with good
efEct l'or the passage ot every measure
mentioned. We are glad to speak of
Mr. B. in this manner because there
has been an inclination on the part of a
few mugwumps to claim that no man
was fitted for legislative honors unless
he followed tho plo\v, and we want the
Turner county farmers to understand
that they sent no man that was more
untiring, and have no man that could
t]o better than has C. J. Bach.
LOOK AT THIS. Jgg
Lfter April 1st we shall not sell any
goods on open account. We will sell
coupon books on 30 days. Any longer
time must be secured. We wish all
who know themselves indebted to us,
to settle by casii or note on or before
the above date.
Yours Respectfully,
L- IRA G. FERGUSOX
•HIh
& Co.
NOTICE.
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.
Notlcc.
The annual meeting or the members of the
Hurley Cemetery association will be held at
4
Allen's Agency on Momluy. April 7,1800, to
elect a board of directors and transact any other
business which properly comes before such
meeting. .- I\ ALLKN,
•y'- Secretary.
Mother** Pies.
I've tolled and tried and worrUnl,'
I've gone the cook-books through,
Till my brain is tired and flurried.
And my hands and patience, too.
I've had the best instruction
From the ablest cooks in town,
And my pies are crisp and dainty
And delicately brown.
But apple, mince or pumpkin.
Of any form or shade,
Are nothing to my husband
Like the pies his mother made
So I'll give the struggle over,
And throw mv pride away,
liut as sure as I'm a mother
I'll be avenged some day.
My bonnie lads arc growing,
And they'll not be afraid
To tell their future spouses
What pies their mother made.
—Cicily Corwin, in Good Housekeeping.
MAlUtlKD.
AM-EN—WASTIAJNO—At the residence of
the bride's parents, at Hloomingdale. S. I)., Sat
urday, March 22,1890. .ludgo Kunyan oniciating,
Mr. Albert J. Allen and Miss Libble M. Vast
lund.
The many friends which Mr. Allen
has made (luring his residence in llur
ley, extend with open heart the hand
of welcome to himself and bride, anil
hope that their pathway through life
may be strewn with roses.
Stoye repairs for any stove in. the
United States or Canada for sale at
Murphy's,
lloomH to llent.
Having moved to my farm, 1 have
three rooms to rent in my house in the
southern part of town.
Mns.
15. M. JUDSON.
If you suffer from any affection
caused by impure blood, such as scrof
ula, salt rheum, sores, boils, pimples,
tetter, ringworm, take Dr. J. 11. Mc
Lean's Sarsaparilia. Sold by Einiel
liraucli.
Teuclierfi' .Examination
Will be held at Hurley, Turner county,
en Tuesday, April 1, 18'JO.
C. SALMON,
Co. Supt.
Don't forget that we keep a few
watches at Pioneer drug store that we
lire not afraid to warrant.
Perhaps the readers of the Herald
would like to know in what respect
Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy is better
than any other. We will tell you.
When this Ilemedy is taken as directed,
as soon as a ccld has been contracted,
and before it has become settled in the
system, it will counteract the effect of
the cold, and greatly lessen its severity,
if not effectually cure the cold in two
days time and it is tho only remedy
that will do this. It acts in perfect
harmony with nature and aids nature
in relieving the lungs, opening the se
cretions, liquefying the mucus and
causing its expulsion from the air cells
of the lungs and restoring the system
to a strong and healthy condition. No
other remedy in the market possesses
these remarkable properties. other
will cure a cold as quickly or leave tho
system in as sound a condition. 50 cent
and one dollar bottles for sale by E.
Brauch.
Mow is the time to insure against
Cyclones, Tornadoes, Windstorms and
Hurricanes. We represent none but
reliable companies.
ALLEN'S AGENCY.
If the party who sent that "Irish
machine poetry "to the Herald oflice
will call, he will learn something to his
advantage.
Language is hardly strong enough to
express my admiration of the merits of
Chamberlain,s Cough Ilemedy. It is
tho best remedy for croup and whoop,
ing cough I have ever used. During
tfSid '^ast eighteen years I have tried
ilf 'i(U'the., prominent cough medi
l4n ii'totffhVnikrJet, but say, and with
pl^fje'JpJl^t.fchainberlain's Cough
ltemedy is uie best of all.. Thomas
Rhodes. Bakers
field, Crlifornia. For
sale by Emil Brauch.
*iv Electric Bitters. g.A
This rejrfedy is becoming so well
known and so popular
special mention. All
f.<p></p>Electric
1 nl
as to need no
who have used
Bitters sing the same song of
praise.—A purer medicine does v.
exist and it is guaranteed to do all that
is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure
all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys,
will remove Pimples, 'Boils and other
affections caused by impure blood.—
Will drive Malarial fevers.—For cure
of Headache, Constipation and lndi
gestion try Electric Bitters—Entire
satisfaction guaranteed, or money re
funded.—Price 50 cts. and $1.00 per
bottle at the Pioneer Drug Store. 5
S. V. JONES
^LAWYER,
JG—OATIICABT BLOCK
I'AKKEK.
A!"
THIS PAPER
VlvOTA
GroocLs
Hurley, S. D.,
Feb. 19,1890.

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HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1890. NUMBER 47.
ALLEN'S AGENCY.
We have, several No. 1 farms for sale on
very easy terms.
If you have a farm for salp list it with us.
TVe write Insurance for the most reliable
Companies. r-
Ocean Steamer tickets sold over any
Steamship line.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
O
Hurley, S. D.
Buy a farm and own a home in the
farming county in the world.
... ALLEN'S AGENCY.
PUBLIC SALE.
The undersigned will offer at Public Sale, on his farm, three miles southwest
of Swan Lake,
^MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1890,
The following described property, to-wit:
23 head horses and colts, 35 head graded
cattle, 2 high grade bulls, 1 and 2 years
old, 30 head of shoats, 4 set of harness,
1 top buggy, 2 farm wagons, Whit
ney & Holmes organ, farming
implements of all kinds.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
Sale Commences at 10 a. m., Sharp.
TEUMS:—All sums of 85.00 and under, cash over 35.00 8 months time at 10
per cent interest, with approved security. 5 per cent off l'or cash.
Slaughter Sale.
The Goods Must be
Sold.
Retailed, at
-WHOLESALE PRICES.-
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
GENUINE BAEGXINS.
best
E. M.MANN.
OLE SHAGER,
Agent.
I N E & S O N
DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy
O E I E S
Flour, Salt, Tobacco, etc
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
HURLEY FURNITURE STORE.,
New Stock and Prices to Suit the Times.
CALL AND SEE MY GOODS BEFORE BUYING.
Coffins and Undertaker's Furnishing Goods.
Si Gr. PALMEE, Prop.
If
JL0
Hurley,
JQO YOU READ
tt
a
wm*.
ou iriave tO ?j
]f so, why not
BTJY THE BEST
Which is the Bradley.".
ELLIOTT & BACH
CASH! CASH!
We will sell our goods for
CASH
or farm produce or
SECURED PAPER
S IN O O S
as was ever brought to the
city, and you will find the
PRICES LOWER
than ever before. We are
not selling a bankrupt stock,
but we are offering good new
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.
Respectfully,
South Dakota. ALLEN BROS.
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will not be undersold by any
one. Buy of us a Coupon
Credit Book and keep your
own accounts.
We deal in Groceries, Flour,
Salt, Crockery, Glassware, No
tions and jewelry.
G-ood goods sold cheap.
J. W. KELLAR.
CASH! CASH!
JTTST RECEIVED
A ALLEN O S.
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Hurley Meat Market
Vresli and Smoked Meat Always on Hand.J'
Highest Prices 1'ald lor, live Stock, IMdes ao4 Fu»
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