OFFICIAL COUMTY PAPER.
K. S. X'COOK
TRAINS GOING EAST.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to giye per
fect satisfaction^ or money refunded,
Price 25 cents per box. Tor sale by E.
Wslls Thoroughly Cleaned.
And satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Come any day but Saturday, or leave
orders at John Kellar's.
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W. C. BROWN,
^JMKMBJEB OF SOUTH UAKOTA PBSSS
TCBM8V "%LSO R*B VIA*. IN
jjEtUBUCr LODGB XO. 75,1. O. O. F. $£
Meets every Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock,
In Allen's baa Vlsltinebrothers are most earn
estly requested to attend.
W. E. ALLKJT, R. S. J. J, MCINT BR, N. Q.
31, O. A. K,
Meet first and third Saturday of each month
at 7 p. ra., in 6. A. B. hall.
6:07 p. m.
2:00 p, m.
Passenger, No, S 11:05 a.m.
Freight, 25 11:50 a. m.
Make through connection for Chicago and
Yankton trains connect at Ccntrevllle with
both morning and evening passenger.
W. A. THRALL, Gen'l Ticket Agent.
F. PHINNY, Agent.
CORRECTED BVEltY THURSDAY.
iJrlng in your job work.
The best in the world—Acorn stoves.
Over one million acorn stoves in use.
Tomlinson's Quick Relief Oil cures
croup, colds, asthma and .Bronchitis.,
Sold by E. Urauch.
Take a bottle of Quick Kelief Oil and
Dead Shot home with you and if they
don't cure come and get your money.
Sld by £. Brauch.
Tomlinson's Dead Shot cures colic,
neuralgia of stomach, diarrhoea and
all bowel troubles. Guaranteed to cure
colic in horses. Sold by £. Brauch.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
If you are troubled with rheumatism
or a lame back, allow us to suggest that
you try the following simple remedy:
Take a blece of flannel the size of two
hands, saturate it with Chamberlain's
Pain-Balm and bind it on over the seat
of pain. Many severe cases have been
cured in this way. The Fain Balm can
be obtained from E. Brauch, druggist.
At Opera Hall, Wednesday evening
July 31st, by the Mission Band and
Brigade. Miss Pettigrew will be pres
ent. All are cordially invited to come.
Mr. Frank Huffman, a young man of
Burlington, Ohio, states that he had
been under the care of two prominent
physicians, and used their treatment
-until he was not able to get around.
They pronounced his case Consumption
and incurable. He was persuaded to
v. try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds and at that
time was not able to walk across the
street without resting. He found, be
fore he had used half of a dollar bottle,
that he was much better he continued
to use it and to-day is enjoying good
health. If you have any Throat, Lung
or Chest Trouble try it. Weguarentee
satisfaction. Trial bottle free at E.
Brauch's Drug store. 5
How to Cure the Cough following
a troublesome cough there is
nothing better than Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It strengthens the
pulmonary organs, allays any irritation
and effectually cures the cough, it is
especially valuable for the cough which
so often follows an attack of the grip.
For sale by E. Brauch, druggist.
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 medicine does not ex
ist and it is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all
diseases of the Liver and KidneySj will
remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and
other affections caused by impure blood.
—Will drive Malaria from the system
and prevent as well as cure all Malarial
fevers,—For cure of Headache, Consti
pation and indigestion try Electric Bit
ters—Entire satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded,—Price 50c. and $1.00
per bottle at E. Branch's Drugs tore. 5
Xfeetlng or National Edncatlonnl Associa
tion at Toronto, July J3 to 17 1801.
For the above occassion the Chicago
$ North-Western Railway Co. will
from July 8 to 13, inclusive, sell excur
siou tickets to Toronto and return at
fhevery low rate of one fare for the
ground trip, with $2.00 added for mem
jiership in the association. For tickets
and further information iinlv toaarcnta
tVv* X. \V\ lt'y.
Sf IOCAL MENTION.
Have you got those weeds all mowed
Caterpillars are taking the plum
5 cans California fruit for S1.0G at
Paints, oils and brushes for sale by
J. C. Murphy.
The boys are getting things in readi
ness for Saturday. 'f
The largest bar ot soap in town for
5c at Cheap John's,
The potatoes in the hills have com
menced grumbling for more room.
Attorney Goddard was transacting
business in county court Monday.
You will miss a treat if you do not
hear Judge Shannon's address on the 4th,
Mrs. P. Allen has purchased of Mrs.
Sine Jensen her two houses and lots in
Nothing succeeds like success, and
that's the kind of a celebration that
Hurley always has.
The Hurley lancers, under command
of Col. Robinson, will present a fine ap
pearance in the 4th of July procession.
The pay car went down Saturday,
and the boys all along the line are now
waiting for the glorious 4th to arrive.
Loose cow3 are entirely too frequent
for the benefit of gardens in town.
The payment of damages never fully
replaces a garden.
The 4th will be a big day for Hurley
and Turner county, and there will be
the largest crowd in Hurley ever con
gregated in the county.
A postal card received from John
Wormwood, dated June 24th, reports
all well at their Maryland home, and
that the fruit crop is large.
Jos. Frick has had his store building
improved very much by the use of a
liberal supply of paint, and the front
now presents a wonderfully changed
The county commissioners meet next
Monday. Their first duty will be to
sit as aboard of equalization, and from
the present prospects there will be
quite an audience in attendance at this
The work done on the sidewalks dur
ing the past week has greatly im
proved the appearance of the streets,
and will make it much safer and easier
for pedestrians during slippery and
Dr. Robert Martin will offer for sale
at auction, Thursday, July 9, at two
o'clock in the afternoon, 80 acres of
standing grass, in lots of 10 acres. Sale
to take place on the promises, one mile
east of the Hurley station.
Parker Press: Our ball team will
play the Yankton team on the Fourth
of July at Hurley, for a purse of $75,
the winner to take all the money. If
Yankton wins she will have to play
ball and don't you let it slip your mem
A number of the newspapers along
the Northwestern line were obliged to
come out on half sheets last week ow
ing to the washout between Alton and
Sioux City. The Herald escaped at
the last moment by the arrival of its
bundle on the train from the north
Thursday evening, it having been sent
around through the thoughtfulness of
Fourth of July is coming and all the
small boys will have fire-crackers. Lit
tle fire-crackers sometimes cause big
fires. Are you insured? You should
be at once. Allen's Agency represents
only reliable, honest companies, who
have ample assets and capital to back
them np. No broken down companies
represented at our agency. Rates al
ways low and terms easy. Don't neg
lect your insurance.
A North Dakota newspaper man has
commenced suit against 129 delinquent
subscribers. The outcome is anxiously
awaited by the fraternity everywhere,
if said delinquents ordered the paper
sent to their address they should be
mad6 to pay for the same but if the
paper was sent by the editor (as is
sometimes the case) for the purpose of
swelling his subscription list then the
man who will pay for it is a chump.
A citizen of Centreville offers stock
of a foreign building and loan associa
tion at a discount of 20 per cent. The
stock of the Hurley association is at a
premium. There is where the advant
age of a local organization comes in
the money paid in is all used at home
and helps in building up the town and
enables those who could not otherwise
afford it in getting homes. The town
where the residents thereof own the
houses they occupy is the best town.
We understand that the Yankton
base ball team is practicing daily, and
that they propose to have the best
team ever sent out of the Cement City
at Hurley, Saturday. They need to do
some practicing and will have to do
some playing as well, to get away with
the Parker nine. The prospects are
that Saturday's game will be one of
the best ever played in the state, and it
is reported that each club will come
well backed up by their respective ad
The building and loan association de
cided at their regular meeting Monday
evening to issue the fourth series of
stock, and any parties wishing to se
cure any of the same can do so by ap
plying at the bank any time prior to
uly 25th. The association is in a flour
ishing condition, and while many have
beon able to secure homes by the pay
ment or small monthly installments,
who would otherwise be living in rent
ed houses, the investment pays a good
interest to those who do not wish to
borrow and have a lew dollars to spare
for sale at this offlce.
Jewelry away down, at Kellar's.
A 20 lb. pail jelly for 90 cat Pier's,
Try a pound of our 20c tea. C. M,
To any couple who will be publically
married at the celebration in Hurley,
July 4,1891 the following named pres
ents will be given:
The Marriage Ceremony—J. J.McIn
One year's subscription to Turner
One nickle alarm clock and a teething
ring—Pioneer Drug Store.
One pound good tea—I. G. Ferguson
One linen table cloth—J. T. Hogan.
One set knives and forks—Elliott &
One stand lamp—J. W. Kellar
One kitchen chair—Jos. Frick
Wedding dinner—O.B. Sumner.
One hat for bride—Dora Rundell.
Two sets ladies' collars and cuffs—C.
One bottle soothing syrup—B. B. Al
Supper, lodging and breakfast—Tre
One box fine stationary—F. H. New
ton & Co.
One shave—Lote Horton.
One dollar in cash— W. H. Robertson,
One pound baking powder and a por
celain kettle—Cheap John.
One pair of our celebrated 82.50 shoes
One sateen dress patern—C. M. Sor
One pair baby's shoes—A. M. lias
One set glass ware—J. C. Murphy.
lb beef roast—Geo. Palmer.
One chair tidy—M. S. Robinson.
One baby's bonnet—Mrs. Robinson.
One glass bread dish—Junia Sargent.
Agents' commission on Hurley resi
dence lot or on insurance policy—Al
200 pounds of Ohio coal—F. M. Slagle
Lumber for bedstead—J. H. Queal &
Making bedstead—Rees, White &
Hauling baggage to station for bridal
tour—Ward's dray line.
The ceremony must take place on
the grand stand alter the close of the
Should there be more than one couple
the presents will be divided.
We have talked with quite a number
of the merchants whose names appear
in the above list and all express them
selves as being ready to duplicate—yes
quadruple if necessary—the articles set
opposite their respective names, in or
der that all wishing to may take ad
vantage of the offer. Now is the time
to sub-sub-substantiate your claims for
the affections of your best girl.
The procession on the 4th will form
and move in the following order:
Hurley Cornet Band.
Young ladies representing states.
E. S. McCook post G. A. R.
Speaker and officers of the day in
Procession forms on corner of Wash
ington and iowa streets, moving west
on Iowa to Monroe street, thence south
to Dakota street, thence east to Main
street, thence north to Center avenue,
thence west to the bowery.
For Sale at a Bargain.
160 acres 2% miles east of Hurley
house and other buildings, and 40 acres
2 Good work horses 1 yearling colt.
5 cows 2 calyes.
1 Farm wagon, double buggy, har
ness mower, cultivator, plows, 40 hens,
and numerous other articles.
For price and terms enquire of
MRS. HIRAM SMITH,
Hurley, S. D.
B. B. Allen has been having a serious
time with his eyes and was confined to
the house for several days, but we are
pleased to report that he is once more
able to be on the streets again.
Hurley merchants say they hope the
farmers will not rush in with butter,
eggs, etc., on Saturday, as it is the
Glorious Fourth, and they should come
to celebrate and allow the business
men to do the same.
The base ball game will be one'of the
best ever played in South Dakota. The
Yankton club will be accompanied by
a large squad of backers from that city,
and half of Parker will be down to yell
their club on to do their level best.
The editor of the Herald, accompan
ied by his wife, expects to start next
on a little summer jaunt, to St.
Paul, and possibly to the Pacific coast,
and he would be pleased to have those
who can hand in that small amount"
due on subscription or otherwise.
Supt. McAthie has called a special
school election to be held at Hurley,
Saturday, July 11th, to vote upon the
question of forming an independent
school district of the territory embraced
in section 27, township 98, range 53.
All voters residing within the present
Hurley school district, are qualified
voters at said election.
There are no long-faced grangers to
be found in South Dakota this year.
The crop prospects cause them all to be
happy and contented, and the general
verdict is, that it will be the finest crop
ever harvested in the state. All appear
ances indicate, too, that the prices for
produce will be higher, and we are
sellers in in this part of the country.
Mr. C. M, Sorensen and Miss Ida
Haugset were married at Danevillc,
S. D., Saturday, June 27, by Rev, Seim.
Mr. Sorensen has been a citizen of Hur
ley only a few weeks, but he Is counted
as one of our rustling business men,
and all unite in wishing him and his
fair bride a life of unalloyed pleasure
and a generous portion of that prosper
ity which comes to those who do their
share in the struggle on lite'sgreal bat
tle field. ..... .............
D. C. SMITH,
W. H. STODDARD,
A. E. RUNDELL,
OR SALE BY
E. BRAUCH, Prop.
Hurley, S. I).
iyy0 ,- I09I-"
HURLEY S. 33.,
Hon. P. C. Shannon, Orator of Day.
OFFICERS OF THE DAY.-
JOSEPH ALLEN, President.
CAPTAIN C. A, NEAR, Marshal.
SUNRISE—NATIONAL SALUTE—L. Clark and J. M. Stout, Gunners.
9:30 A. M.—GRAND PARADE through principal streets to Speaker's stand in
Center Park. Committee—R. Rees, C. M. Pool, Miss Grace Near,
Miss Lydia Elliott and J. J. Mansfield,
10:15 A. M.—Music BY BAND. PRAYER BY CHAPLAIN. MUSIC BY GLEE CLUB.
READING DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.—W. Elliott. Music
BY GLEE CLUB.
11:00 A.M.—ORATION OF THE DAY—Hon. P. C. Shannon.
Music BY THE BAND.
2:00P.M.—BASE BALL at Center Park between two leading clubs of the State.
Committee—W. E. Allen, J. C. Murphy, Chas. Woodward,
3:00 P. M.—HORSE RACES on west side half-mile track. Committee—J. T.
Hogan, H. H. Rundell.
Trotting Race—Three half-mile heats. Purse, 1st 315.00, 2nd
Novelty Race.—Purse, 810.00.
Running Race. One-half-mile dash. Purse, 1st 820.00,2nd 85.00.
Slow Mule Race.—One-half-mile dash. Purse, 1st 83.00, 2nd 82.00.
5,00 P. M.—MISCELLANEOUS ASIUSEMENTS, at Center Park. Committee, F.
Twilight Grand Display of Fire Works, at Center Park. Committee—E.
Brauch, A. J. Allen, W. O. Kingery.
9:00 P. M.—Ball and Entertainment at Opera Hall. Committee—E. C. Run
dell, W. II. Hoyne, S. D. White.
E. H. WLTIIEE,
T. B. BUCHANAN.
COMMITTEE ON GROUNDS.—C. J. BacH, M. S. Robinson, Sibley Welch, D.
Dwyer, Jos. Frick.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.—C. J. Bach, W. O. Kingery, J. T. Hogan, E.
Brauch, W. E. Allen.
Music will be furnished by the
Hurley Cornet Band.
——MOWERS AND HAY RAKES.——
ST JLJSTJD AED
1-2 to 7-ft
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, JULY 2,^1891.
W. E. ELLIOTT, Secretary.
J. J. MCINTIRK, Chaplain.,
K. Berry, C. M. Sorensen, E. S. Henrich, George Stout, M. W,
Pulling Team against 4 Men—85.00,
Foot Ball—Between Parker and Hurley. Purse 810.00.
Potato Race for Boys.—Purse, 82,00. Jumping Contest—82.00.
Bicycle Race—Purse, 810.00.
S. V. JONES,
V. P. THIELMAN,
A. W. BACON,
AND .. ."
Anniversary GKLee Club.
J. A. SCOTT,
WALTER A. WOOD
lO, aiid. 13-ft Hakes.
ACME Hay Stackers and Rakes.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
Paint, Kalsomine and Whitewash Brushes,
Jewelry, Watches, Hammocks, Croquet Sets, Baby Carriages,
Children's Perambulators, Express Wagons, Carts,
Fishing Tackle, Base Ealls and Bats, and
THE BEST LINE OF GARDEN SEEDS IN THE CITY.
a of A on A A or in to a at
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POSITION OF THE STARS IN TNE
FIELD OF TIIE NATIONAL FLAG
ON AND AFTER JULY 4Tn, 1891,
Hail at Allen's Agency.
Fire at Allen's Agency.
Insure with Allen's Agency.
Lightning at Allen's Agency.
at Allen's Agency.
Wind storms at Allen's Agency.
Land for sale at Allen's Agency.
Money to loan at Allen's Agency.
Ocean steamer tickets at Allen's
Farm loans a speciality at Allen's
Some bargains in real estate at Al
If you have land to sell, list it at Al
Real estate loans closed promptly at
Allen's Agency—best terms.
Money saved by buying steamship or
railway tickets at Allen's Agency.
We Study to
PIONEER DRUG STORE.
AND READ OUR GROCERY
of granulated sugar for $1.00
Arbuckel's Coffee per lb. ,25
McLaughlin's XX coffee per lb., .25
Kerosene Oil per gal., .15
Climax Tobacco per lb., ,40
Spearhead Tobacco per lb.,
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
BUTTER & EGGS.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
THAN EVER BEFORE HEARD OFJN HURLEY.
I Must have some Spending Money for the 4th.
There is still a few of those Summer
Coats and Vests on hand which
Must be sold at some
Also a few Embroidered Dress Patterns.
A FULL LINE OF STAPLE DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, HATS AND CAPS.
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We are Sole Agents
J. I.: Case (SiThreshers.
McCormick Steel Mowers,
and 6-ft. Out.
8, lO ancl 12-foot.
Genuine Glidden Wire.
Buggies by Wholesale and Retail.
Buyers know what these goods are.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS?
ELLIOTT & BACH.
Hurley is Going to Celebrate!
AND I AM GOING TO SELL BOOTS AND SHOES UNTIL JULY 4th at
at Lowest Prices.
BUTTER and EGGS Wanted In Exchange.
C. M. PIER
G. L. PALMER,
Hurley Meat Market
Fresh and Smokod Always on Hand.
Highest Prices I'ilid for Live Stock, Hides and Furs
HURLEY FURNITURE STORE.
New Stock and Prices to Suit the Times.
CALL AND SEE MY GOODS BEFORE BUYING.
Coffins and Undertaker's Furnishing Goods.
JOS. FKICK, Prop.
LOANS, COLLECTIONS, S. S. TICKETS, LAND
F. M. SLAGLE &.C0.
Lime, Cement, Stucco and
V' COMBINATION PICKET AND WIKE FENCE.
HARD AND SOFT COAL.
NUMBER 10. •4 tsU
J. & P. ALLEN,
HURLEY. S. D.
E. 8. HEXRTCHS, Manager.
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