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OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
PUBLISHED BY
W. C. BROWN.
MEMBER OP SOUTH DAKOTA PRESS
ASSOCIATION.
TERMS 91.00 PER YKAB. In Advance.
V-JHURLEVI.ODOENO.75.
I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock,
In Allen's ball. VIsitine brothers are most earn
cstly requested to attend.
W. E. ALLEN, 11.
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J, MCINT BK, N. G.
E. S. M'COOK POST, NO. 31, O. A. It,
Meet first and third Saturday ol each month
at 7 p.m., In G. A. 11. hall.
AND
NORTHWESTERN
RAILWAY*
TRAINS OOlJiO MAST.
P«s«engcr, No, 6 0:07 p.m.
freight, "24 2:00 p.m.
GOING WEST.
Passenger, No. 5 11:05 a. m.
Freight, 25 11:50a.m.
Make through connection for Chicago and
Bloux City.
Yankton trains conncct at Ccntreville with
both morning and evening passenger.
W. A. THRALL, Gen'L Ticket Agent.
F. P1I1NNY. Agent.
HURLEY MARKETS.
CORRECTED EVERY THURSDAY.
Wheat—No. 2—75c.
Wheat—So. 3—70c.
Oats—27c.
Corn—40c.
Flaxseed—85c.
BUSINESS BRIEFS.
Bring in your job work.
The best in the world—Acorn stoves.
Over one million acorn, stoves in use.
Tomlinson's Quick Relief Oil cures
oroup, colds, asthma and Bronchitis.,
Bold by E. Brauch.
Cash paid for hides and furs by J. C.
Murphy.
Take a bottle of Quick lielief Oil and
bead Shot home with you and if they
don't cure come and get your money.
Steld by £. 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.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Rait Rheum, Fe
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Files, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to giye per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded,
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by E.
Brauch.
Wells Thoroughly Cleaned.
And satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Come any day but Saturday, or leave
orders at John Kellars.
ANDREW PETERMAN.
A WonderWorker.
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.
Thay pronounced his case Consumption
and incurable. He was persuaded to
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. Wo guarentee
satisfaction. Trial bottle free at E.
Brauch's Drug store. 5
.•'if.. For Sale at a Bargain.
160 acres 2% miles east of Hurley
house and other buildings, and 140 acres
broka.
2Good workhorses 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.
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 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 Kidneys, will
remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Itheum 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 atE. Brauch's Drugs tore. 5
Notice to School Officers and Patrons.
The undersigned i3 in Parker on the
first Monday in each month for $fte
purpose of attending to any
§pliapl
matters that may be brought before
him.
Respectfully,
/oira MCATIIIE.
Notice,
Ifotice is hereby given that all per
sons Are hereby forbidden herding on.
or waking a road across my land, west
of Hurley.

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Tonic of
People's Society
Endeavor.
Clii'lst)an
For the Annual Convention
of the
Young Eeople's Society of Christian
Endeavor, which will b!3 field at Min
neapolis, Minn., July'9th to 12th, the
Chicago & North-Western Railway Co.
will sell excursion tickets to Minneapo
lis and refill^ at half rates—one fare
for the round1 trip. For dates of sale,
limits of tickets, etc., apply to agents
C. &N. W.R'y.
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In the ease of organizing as an independent
district, a village or town which is now a part of
another district fformeriy called township) it
will bo necessary to secure the assent of a major
ity of all of the electors of the whole district
(township) affected by the change."
LOCAL MENTION.
School election Saturday.
Old papers for sale at this ofllce.
Jewelry away down, at Cellar's.
A 20 lb. pail jelly for 90 cat Pier's.
Try a pound ot our 20c tea. C. M.
Pier.
What has becomo of the noxious
weeds law
5 cans California fruit for S1.0C at
Caeap John's.
Paints, oils and brushes for sale by
J. C. Murphy.
The largest bar ot soap in town ior
5c at Cheap John's,
Hurley should organize a foot-bail
team. There's lots of sport in it.
A number of Hurley citizens were
attending court at Parker onday.
Money to loan on real estate security
at lowest rates. LAURA ALDERMAN
The corn crop is all right and gives
promise of being one of the largest eyer
raised in the county.
The harvesting machines will soon
be at work cutting the best crop ever
raised in South Dakota.
Quite a number of Hurley and Spring
Valley Methodists attended the camp
meeting at Sioux Falls last Suuday,
Elder Buck the faith cure faker, has
disappeared from 1
akton, leaving his
two children to be cared tor by tne
county.
The county commissioners are in
session this week, and is is reported
that they are engaged in reassessing
the towns.
Some of Hurley's young people in
tend to take in the Chautauqua meet
ing at Lake Madison the latter part of
this month.
That rain of last Saturday morning
was one of the finest that we ever saw
fall in Dakota, and it literally poured
for a few minutes.
News comes from Sioux Falls that
our old friend Ed. May now passes a
portion of his time humming sweet
lullabys to a line young son of recent
date.
The 13-year-old son of W. Brown, of
Spring Valley, got a dangerous, if not
fatal kick from a horse Tuesday, the
blow striking him on the nose and the
right eye.
If John Mansfield happens to smile a
little louder than usual this week, do
not think it strange, for it is all on ac
count of that young daughter which
arrived Monday morning.
It is reported that the Spring Valley
alliance surrendered its charter, with
the announcement that Our lodge
does not longer intend to be a small
pin-feather in the tail of the democratic
kite."
It is said that a certain young farmer
living east of the Vermillion river
learned a trick in making change at
Centreville last Friday. He will prob
ably examine the next bank bill that
he receives, before putting it in his
pocket.
Mr. Clark, to the public:—I wish to
say to my friends and the public, that
I regard Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy sis the best
preparation in use for Cholic and Diar
rhoea. It is the finest selling medicine
I ever handled, because it always gives
satisfaction. O. H. Clark, Orangeville,
Texas. For sale by E. Brauch, drug
gist.
Now is the time to provide yourself
and famiiy with a reliable remedy for
bowel complaints. It is almost certain
to be needed, and no family can afford
to be without it. It costs but trifle and
may be the means of saving much suf
fering, if not life. There are many
different remedies in use, but Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy is undoubtedly the best. 25
and 50 cent bottles for sale by E.
Brauch, druggist.
During the absence of the editor of
the Herald, the office and the columns
of the paper will be taken charge of by
Elmer Rees, and if any of the citizens
of the town and surrounding country
have any items of interest they are
earnestly requested to hand them in.
If you should succeed in helping Elmer
beat the boss at getting up a paper, you
will hear no kick. You might also
hand him in a few dollars on account
(as the treasury will brobably be emp
ty when the boss leaves town) and thus
prevent a kick from that quarter.
The following frank statement from
J. E. Hare, of Trenton. Texas, will be
ot interest to many of our citizens.
My little boy was very bad off for two
months with diarrhoea. We used yari
ous medicines also called in two doc
tors, but nothing ftque him any good
until we used Chamberlain's Colic,
Chqlpra and Diarrhoea Remedy, which
gqyo b|m immediate relief and soon
cured him. 1 ccifisjcler }t the best medi
cine made and can conscientiously
recommend it to all who need a diar
rhoea or colic medicine." For sale by
E. Brauch, druggist.
The failure of the Fidelity Ins. Co.
caught quite a number in Hurley and
vicinity, among them being the propri:
etor of the Herald, the farm policies
$re to be taken by the iiecla, of St.
i»aui,:but town policies will lapse.
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IMPORTANT TO VOTERS,
In answer to a letter sent to State Supt. Sal
mon Inquiring who were legal voters on tlio
question ol forming nn Independent school dis
trict, under date of July 7, lie writes as follows
Al­
len's Afeenby is cancelling, at short
time rates all town policies issued by
them in
company and Issuing
new policies place thereof, so that
the loss to those holding policies will
be small. If the fate which befell thW
insurance company is a sample of the
results following the management of
Alonzo Wardali, the farmers of South
Dakota will do well to boycott him at
once.
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but ADVER'ilSE —in the Herald.
Haying has commenced.
Junia Sargent is having a large
house built on his farm east of town,
Ira Chase and wife are mourning the
death of their week-old girl, which oc
curred Tuesday.
Elliott & Bach received Mr, John
son's traction engine, separator, etc..
this week. It is a beauty.
Lizzie, Lizzie we can say children
now, can't we?" For further particu
lars call on J. J, Mansfield.
20 farms wanted at Allen's Agency
must be good land, well located and
low priced. Call and see us.
Big reduction in rates of steamship
tickets at Allen's Agency. Take ad
vantage of it while you can,
Allen's Agency have a §3,500 stock
of hardware to trade for a farm in this
vicinity. Let us hear from you.
John E. Robinson has received word
that he is to receive a pension of 312 a
month under the late disability act.
Monday was a hot one until about
five o'clock in the afternoon, when a
fresh breeze came in from the north
east.
Mrs. Jenks has sent in her resigna
tion as postmistress at Idylwilde, but
no one has as yet been found who will
take the office.
Harry Johnson was arrested Wed
nesday by Deputy Sheriff Stout,
charged with selling intoxicating
liquors, which go under the name of
Wine of Life."
Eastern land seekers, who want
farms to live on, are getting more num
erous each day. Verily, South Dakota
is in it, and people at large are begin
ning to appreciate that fact.
Sworn financial statements of all
Insurance companies doing business in
South Dakata, may be seen at Allen's
Agency. The figures are interesting to
policy holders. Call and examine.
The Turner county Institute and
Normal school will commence at Cen
treville August 3d, and continue for a
term of three, and possibly four weeks,
Prof. Dukes of Parker, and Titus of
Tyndall will be instructors.
The attempt made to secure a cancel
lation of E. Brauch's druggist permit
to sell intoxicating liquors under the
provisions ot the prohibition law was
a failure. We believe the affidavit por
tion of that law is a farce, and that it
should be replaced with some provision
that does not require a man to take an
oath whenever he happens to desire to
get a half-pint of liquor, whether it is
for medicine or for a drink.
The question of adopting a uniform
system of school books for Turner
county was carried by 158 majority.
A meeting of the county board of edu
cation to decide upon the books to be
used in the county will be held at Par
ker, Tuesday, July 14. The board con
sists of the county superintendent of
schools, the county auditor, and one
member from each school district in
the county, to be selected by the school
boards of the respective districts.
PERSON
Al,.
Tom Frick visited in Yankton over
Sunday.
Hurley is said to have a "Jack the
Smeller."
Jos. Frick and family spent Sunday
in ankton.
Miss Mertie Watson is home from
her eastern visit.
Mayor Hogan of Parker was in town
Tuesday and Wednesday.
as. Lyons, of Sioux City spent the
4th with friends in Hurley.
Miss Carrie Hodgins, of Vermillion
is visiting with John Robinson's fam
ily.
Mrs. W. II. Conklin and Mrs. A* 4:
Allen were visiting in Parser yes|erT
day.
W. H. Carr and family are up from
Yanktpn visiting with Hurley rela
tives.
T. W. Murphy and his sons John and
Will, of Sioux Falls, spent the 4th in
Hurley.
Mr. and Mrs. Robertson. Miss Blake
ly and J. H. Farnsworth drove to Park
er and back Tuesday.
Fred E. Near started last evening
for Minneapolis, where he will repre
sent the Hurley branch of t}ie
c. E. in the national c6h'vent'iqnl wbicli
is nowin'session in'thal city.
Salem Special, 3d: Elmer Rees of the
Special force goes to Hurley to-day lo
take chargo of the Hurley Herald' for
the next month, while its editor, W. C.
Brown, goes with the National Press
association to tho Pacific'coast.
Mrs. Margaret IJand, came down
from Parker Friday evening,' £?*d' re
mained at the tesi'dence of the editor
of the Herald until Monday morning's
train. Mrs. Hand has reached the age
of 85 years, and is good for many years
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The Fourth In Hurley.
When the rain began descending in
torrents at five o'clock last Saturday
morning the citizens of Hurley who
were up thought that it was to be
dark day for their celebration. It con
tinued raining for nearly two hours
and shortly after the rain ceased peo
ple commenced fiocking into town
from all directions, those living several
miles away expressing surprise at the
muddy condition of the streets.
Owing to the mud the procession
was late in starting and did not follow
the route laid out in the program. The
float which contained Uncle Sam, the
Goddess of Liberty and the representa
tives of the lorty four states was ad
mirably arranged and received words
of praise from all.
Arriving at the pavillion the pro
gram oi exercises was carried out,
which consisted of band music, some
excellent vocal music, reading of the
Declaration of Independence, prayer
and last, though not least, the oration
by Hon. P. C. Shannon, formerly chief
justice of the supreme court of the
Territory of Dakota.
The speaker did not indulge in tho us
ual spread eagle style of fourth of July
oratory, but gave his hearers a well
prepared, earnest and interesting his
tory of the various movements made
for independence in the different parts
of the world, closing with a resume of
the efforts of the citizens of our own
fair state to gain the privilege of self
government. The discourse was lis
tened to with marked attention and
was heartily indorsed by all. The
Judge was very emphatic in stating
that independence did not mean an
archism or any ot its kindred associa
tions.
After dinner came the bicycle race,
in which Will Case of Parker took first
money, §6.00, Geo. Guinter second, S3,
and Will Downer third, SI.00.
Next came the base ball game. The
first inning played showed that the
Yankton team was no match for the
Parker boys, and the result—32 to 6
was a great disappointment to those
who had expected to see a nice game
played.
The races were very good considering
the condition of the track. In the trot
ting races first money, 815.00 was taken
by Fred Miner.s Twilight" and sec
ond §10.00 by M. Davey's "Frank."
The novelty race was won by Setwart
Grant, and, in the running race first
money, 820.00 went to Geo. Johnson's
"Prince" and second 85.00 to C. II
Connors.
The foot ball game created as much
amusement as any of the exercises of
the day, and the training which the
Parker team had enabled them to get
away with the opposition (and the S10.
90) which was picked up for the occas
sion.
The festivities of the day ended with
fireworks and a dance.
It is estimated that there were 2000
people from outside of town present
during the day, and they appeared to
be satisfied with everything, the base
ball game excepted.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
The undersigned will be at the store
of E. Brauch, Hurley, the -fore part of
each week to attend to any work in the
above named line.
R. C. ENGELCKE.
Meeting of National Educational Associa
tion at Toronto, July 13 to 17 1891,
For the above occassion the Chicago
& North-Western Railway Co. will
from July 8 to 13, inclusive, sell excur
sion tickets to Toronto and return at
the very low rate of one fare for the
round trip, with 32.00 added for mem
bership in the association. For tickets
andfurther information apply to agents
C. & N. W. R'y.
The Stingy Alan.
Ram's Horn: The stingy man would
not sell the sunshine if he could.
The devil never puts on mourning
when a dtingy man joins church.
The louder a stingy man says
Amen!" the more the cause of God is
injured.
There is no one who works harder
for less pay than the stingy man.
If God only loves the cheerful giver
what do you suppose he thinks of the
stingy man
There is no kind of meanness that
hurts the cause ot God any more than
stinginees.
There is nothing over which a sin
ner is more apt to stumble than stingi
ness in a church member.
The devil never feels lonesome in the
company of a stingy Christian.
Stinginess is a disease that is harder
to cure than smallpox.
The stingy man is the last man in
the world to find out that he is stingy.
He will read this article and thank God
that it dosn't hit hipi.
Half Rates to Minneapolis, Minn.
The Third Musical Festival of the
United Scandinavian singers of Amer
ica will take place at Minneapolis,
Minn., July 16th' to 21st, and fqr this
occassion t'tje Chicago & North-Western
ll'y Co. will sell excursion tickets to
Minneapolis and return at the very
low rate of one fare for the round trip.
For further information concerning
rates, dates of sale, etc., apply to agents
.&N. W.R'y. 2
Delightful Resorts.
Our readers who are desirous of find
ing pleastiiit peaces fo Spehd the' sfam
fner Should befti: in mind that the Chi
cago & North-Western Railway fur
nishes'every facility for a rapid, safe
and-comfortable journey from Chicago
to Waukesha, Madison, Lake Genev«i,
Jvieenah, Marquette, St. Paul, Minneap
olis, Duluth, Ashland, Lake Minneton
ka, Yellowstone National Park and
the mountain resorts of Colorado and
the far West. Fast vestibulcd trains
equipped -with' reeliliing chair' cars
afford patrdns of the North-Western
every luxury' incideht £o travel by a
first class railway. Excufsion tickets
at reduced rates and descriptive pamph
lets can be obtained upon application
to any ticket agent or by addressing
W. A. Thrall, General Passenger and
Ticket Agent, C. & 2s. W. R'y, Chicago,
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You'ask for tho sweetest sounds mine ears have
ever heard?
A sweeter than the ripples'- splash, or trilling
of a bird.
Than tapping of the rain-drops upon the roof at
nieht,
Than tho sighing of the pine-trees on yonder
mountain height
And I toil you, these are tender, yet never, quite
so sweet,
As tlio murmur and the cadence of the wind
across the wheat. i'
Ilave
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watched tlio golden billows In a sun
lit sea of grain,
Ere yet the reaper bound the sheaves to fill tho
creaking wain?
Have you thought how snow and tempest, and
the bitter wintry cold,
Were but the guardian angel, the next year's
bread to hold,
A precious thing, unharmed by the turmoil of
the sky,
Just waiting, growing silently, until the storms
went by!
Oh! have you lifted up your heart, to Him who
loves us all,
And listens, through the angel-songs, if but a
sparrow fall.
And then, thus thinking of His hand, such sym
phony so sweet
As the music in the long refrain, the w)nd across
the wheat?
It hatli its dulcet echoes, from many a lullaby,
Where tho cradled babe is Hushed beneath the
mother's loving eye.
It hath its haven-promiso as sure as heaven's
throne,
That He who scut the manna will surely feed
His own
And, though an atom only, 'mid the countless
hosts who share
The Maker's never-ceasing watch, the Father's
deathless care,
That atom is as dear to him, as my dear child
to me
He cannot loose me from my place, through all
eternity:
You wonder, when it sings to me this, there's
nothing half so sweet,
Beneath the circling planets, as the wind across
the wheat?
Are
you
Alive
To the importance of keeping up with
the times? If so, subscribe for that
newsiest and best of metropolitan
weeklies, THE SIOUX CITY JOURNAL.
In order to give this paper the widest
possible circulation the publishers have
made the following unprecidentedly
low prices, from this date,
FOR THE CAMPAIGN:
Single copies to Nov. 16, 1891, 25cts.
Clubs of live or more to Nov. 16,1891,
20 cents each.
Sample copies free. Address,
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RESTAURANT
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Boarding House.
MRS. C. SUMNER, Proprietor.
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WARM MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
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THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1891.
Tlio Wind Across the Wheat.
Margaret E. Sangster.
D. C. Turner, of Brookside, showed
us Saturday, a model of a side hill plow
of which he is the inventor. It is very
simple in its mechanism, consisting of
two ordinary plows so placed upon the
iron beam that they may be easily re
volved at the end of the furrow and
thus used alternately, throwing the sod
all the time down hill. The invention
is so simple yet so handy, that it must
certainly become very popular in all
countries where there is much side hill
plowing to be done. Mr. Turner is
negotiating with a large plow manu
factory who will no doubt utilize the
invention.
We clip the above from a late num
ber of the Roseburg (Oregon) Review,
and the many friends of D. C. in this
state sincerely hope that he has struck
something that will be a wealth pro
ducer.
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Cedar Posts, Lime, Building Paper, &c.
Call and get our prices and SAVE MONEY.
HURLEY. S, D. Manager.
J. A.
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H. S. GRAVES M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls promptly attonded. Oiltco and residence!
on Center Avpnue. First house west
of Sargent's store.
HURLEY SOUTH DAKOTA.
C. H. Goddard,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
nURI.EY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
Ofllce over Turner Countv Hank.
A. J. ALLEN,
Attorney at Law,
PARKER, SOUTH DAKOTA.
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
Eap-Ofilce in Court House.
M. E. LAYNE,
Tubular and Artesian Well Driller,
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
Have put down over 350 Satisfactory
Wells in Turner County.
Iron Pumps and Repairs, and agent for the All
steel Acrmoter Wind Mill. Satisfaction
guaranteed In all deals.
i3r"Xo business transacted on Sunday._£9
S. V. JONES
•LAWYER,
—CATHCART BLOCK
PARKER. DAKOTA
GO TO THE
Skandinavian Store
OF HURLEY, FOR YOUR
GrROCERIES,
Because the Cheapest and Best.
II.JOHNSON.
W. 0. Robinson, Dentist
Until further notice, my office will be open as
follows
December 8tli to 31st June 8th to 30th
January 15th to 3lst July 15th to 31st
March 8th to 31st Sept. 8th to SOth
April I5tli to 30th Oct. 15th to 3lst
for
SAFE
and
YANKTON. SOtfTH DAKOTA.
H. F. JENCKS, Prop.
Conveniently located, and the only Orst-class
house in the city.
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MONEY
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Extracting.
CATHCART BLOCK, PARKER. S.D.
Merchants Hotel,
DAVY
Has located In Hurley, and is now prepared to
do your
PAINTING,
Decorating, Paper Hanging and Kal
somining.
I.EAVE ORDERS AT PIONEER DRUG 8
HURLEY. SOUTH DAKOTA.
can be earned at oorKEWUntofwoA.
rapidly and bonorabhr, b/ thoM of
cither MR routtff or old, and in thtir
own localttlMfivherevtr thej
lira. An
one can do tha work. Eaay to learn.
We fbrnUh drerjtbinff. We start yon. No risk. Toa can devote
your spare mcaenta, er all jour time to the work. This!« as
entirely new leaded brings wonderfbl success to ercry worker.
Beginners are earning from
III
C'
to
ISO
/went and teach
JHJS PAPER"
J. H. QUEAL & CO.,
-DEALERS IN-
per week and upwards,
and more after a little experience. We can ftioitih job the in*
Top
rUKB. No space to explain here. FuH
jrmaUon VMftK. TBVE CO., Al'til'STA, K11KB.
la on file In Philadelphia
at the Kewspaper Adroit
tlslng Agoncy of Means.
our authorized agent*
N.W.
AVER* SON.
B.EE
F.K. BERRY,
SCOTT,
WALTER A. WOOD
Single ^Vpx'QTi Biiicler,
MOWERS AND MAY RAKES.——
ST^LlSTD^-HI)
7-ft
Cut Mowers,
1Q, ap-d 12-ft Hakes.
ACME Hay Stackers and Raises.
IRA FERGUSON & CO.,
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SOUTH DAKOTA.
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There is still a
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We are Sole Agents
FOR THE-
J. I. Case fciThrtshers.
ALL-STEEL
McCormick Binder.
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McCormick Steel Mowers,
and. 0-ft. Out.
-x—x-
BRADLEY RAKES,
8, lO and 12-foot.
Genuine Glidden Wire.
Buggies by Wholesale and Retail.
Buyers know what these goods are.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS/
ELLIOTT & BACK.
Hurley has Celebrated!
-AND I AM GOING TO SELL ROOTS AND SHOES at-
Lower Prices
THAN EVER BEFORE HEARD OF IN HURLEY.
few
Coats and Vests on hand which
Must be sold at some
PRICE,
Also a few Embroidered Dress Pattern®,
A FULL LINE OF STAPLE DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, HATS AND CAfSv
&c
Grroceries
LOANS, COLLECTIONS, S. S. TICKETS,
F. M.
of those Suxxuoer
at Lowest 3?ricesv
BUTTER and EGGS Wanted In Exchange.-
C.M.PIER.
G. L. PALMER,
Proprietor
Hurley Meat Market
Fresh and Smoked Meat Always on Hand.
HlgUost Prices Paid for Live Stock, ITldcs and Fur*'
HURLEY. DAKOTA
HURLEY FURNITURE STORE,
New Stock and Prices to Suit the Times,
CALL AND SEE MY GOODS BEFORE BUYING?.
Coffins and Undertaker's Furnishing Goodsi.
OS. PRICE. Prop".
ALLEN'S AGENCY,
SURVEYING, CONVEYANCING,
SCHOOL
LUMBER.
-DEALERS IN-
X^ime, Cement, Stucco and.
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NUMBER 11.
Insurance,
FURNITURE.
Posts.
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