Turner County Herald.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAlER.
W. C. BROWN.
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CORRECTED EYERY THURSDAY.
G. C, Gehoa visited Parker Monday.
Jonn Fitch is new risiting in Grand
J. T. Hogan made a trip to Parker
and return Monday.
Attorney Hurd and wife were down
from Parker Tuesday.
Mr. Frank Tyler and wife of Marion,
were in town Saturday.
Mrs. J. J. Mclntlre started for the
Madison Chautauqua Wednesday.
Mrs. H. S. Graves and Mrs. W. H.
Robertson were visiting in Parker Fri
A. F. Elliott is in town, having just
returned trom a trip to the Black Hills
Frank Grace, of Canton, S. D., was
visiting friends in Hurley the fore part
of the week.
W. £. Allen was a Parker Tuesday
attending a meeting of the republican
Mrs. W. W. Smith and daughter, of
Vermillion, are visiting in Hurley, as
guests ot Mr. C. A. Near's family.
Mrs. Downing, of eastern Iowa, is
visiting in Hurley with her daughters,
Mrs. J. A. Scott and Mrs. A. P. Boyd.
E. C. Rundell and wife went to Clay
Co., Iowa, in response to a telegram
announcing the death of Mrs. Rundell's
Mr. Dow, representing the Sioux
Falls Argus-Leader, was looking after
that taper's interests in Hurley the
fore part of the week.
Miss M. M. Watson went of Omaha,
Neb., Monday, where she will visit sev
eral weeks with a sister, and then go
to Wisconsin for a visit.
W.E. and B. B. Allen returned home
Friday from their eastern trip. On ac
count of washouts they were compelled
to take a circuitous route.
J. H. Farnsworth and wife departed
Monday for an eastern trip. They will
be gone six weeks or more, and will
spend agood portion of the time among
the mountains of the New England
W. B. lngalls and wife of Fairhaven,
Vt., are visiting with W. E. Allen and
family This is Mr. lngalls* first visit
to the west, and he is greatly pleased
with the appearance of the country
and its prospects.
Go to Allen Bros and get some ot
that siiverwear they are giving away.
Private funds to loan on farms in
Turner Co. at 8 per cent. No commis
sions. Call at law office of Henry
Mitchell, over First National Bank,
Parker, South Dakota.
Notice to Tax r»}
Personal taxes must be paid on or be
fore July 1, 1892, or collection enforced
as per statute. O. A. ABEEL,
Xatloe to School Ofllcerc wd r»troni.
The undersigned is in Parker on the
lr«t Monday in each month for the
fnrpose of attending to any school
matters that may be brought before
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I have a complete stock of standard
Mhocd blanks and supplies of all kinds,
*»4 can rumi8h whatever is desired.
1WL orders will receixe prompt atten
*°a* YVC. WAS8.
The best place to buy shoes is at
Farmer Brauch is shearing his sheep
this week. 1,
Money to loan on chattel security.
Enquire at Herald office.
C. M. Sorrensen has moyed into his
new house on Washington street.
The largest box
From the DeVries farm east of town
corn is reported nearly waist high.
A fresh supply of rock and barrel
salt just received at J. J. Mansfield's,
E. Withee says he has corn knee
high, and the 4th of
Jens Christensen, who has been sick
at the Commercial hotel for several
weeks, was up town Monday for the
Order your clothing at Breier's. He
has a fine line of samples from one of
the best houses in the country. A fit
The small boys—and some of the
larger ones—are kept busy at the Al
derman Fruit Farm this week picking
T. W. Kyteis building a residence for
himself and family in the northern
part of town. The main part of 22x28,
two stories high.
Best line of boots and shoes in town
at Rasmussen & Jacobsen's. Every
pair guaranteed, and money will be re
turned if not satisfactory.
There may be some cold meats at the
Parker celebration, but there will also
be plenty of warm meats seryed free.
Roasted ox and hog will be dealt out to
If the wind, or some other power,
would straighten the Yane on the spire
of the Presbyterian church the appear
ance of the same would be greatly im
flil persons wishing to become char
ter members of the lodge of I. O. G. T.
about to be organized in Hurley are re
quested to meet in Odd Fellows hall,
Tuesday evening, July 5, at 8:30.
The republican precinct primaries
will be hold in each precinct Tuesday,
July 12, at 2 o'clock p. m., unless notice
to the contrary is given by the precinct
members of the county committee.
Parker is the only town in the coun
ty that will have a 4th of July celebra
tion this year, and from the prepara
tions made it looks as though it was to
be one of the best celebrations eyer
held in this part of the state.
Mrs. M.S. Robinson has at her store
a black CBShmere shawl and a brown
veil which have been left by some cus
tomer also a lady's water proof which
was left in the hall decoration day.
Please claim your property and pay for
A number of Hurley people are mak
ing preparations to attend the Chau
tauqua assembly meeting at Lake
Madison, which opens July 1. The
program for the season is an excellent
one, and will be found on the inside
pages of this paper.
By some oversight the Herald last
week neglected to mention the chil
dren's service at the Presbyterian
church on the 19th inst. It will say
now, however, that the service was a
complete suecess, and that the little
•nes all carried out their parts in a
manner worthy of much praise.
"There's Music in the Air." and to
fully appreciate it you should call at
Gorham's Music Store, Parker, and ex
amine his line of Pianos and Organs of
which he can sell you on easy pay
ments. Also agent for the celebrated
Singer sewing machines. Correspon
County politics are beginning to show
a little around the edge, and the cam
paign liar is abroad the land trying
to create dissensions for bis own per
sonal gain. The republicans party of
Turner county haye no such cinch on
the results that they can afford discords
and bickerings this year. Every man
has a right to ask the votes of his party
for himself for an office he is qualiQed
to fill, or to ask them for a friend, but
tho man who win year after year false
ly represent persons and their positions,
hoping thereby to gain some little ad
vantage for himself, should be—well^
he should be ashamed.ot himself to s^y
baking powder in
town for 25 cents at Cheap John's.
For sale at a bargain—a good piano
Call on or address J. J. Mansfield.
isn't here yet.
The Herald office has just received
an invoice of new job type and sta
Ladies', misses and children's fine
summer foot wear at Rasmussen's &
Hansen Bros, butter and egg store
will be 25x70, two stories, veneered
The new baking powder at Breier's
is catching everybody who sees it.
Have you tried it?
J. J. Munday was on the sick list for
a tew days last week, but was able to
get to town Monday.
If you intend buying a sewing ma
chine, call at the Herald office and see
what we can do for you.
Every available team in Hurley has
been engaged lor the celebration at
Parker on the 4th of July.
Call at G. C. Gehon's Ice Cream Par
lor for the celebrated Ha warden bread
also ice cream in any quantity.
J. A. Swan and family are moving
into their house on Washington street,
just vacated by C. M. Sorensen.
That immense stock of dry goods at
Breier's is a surprise to all who have
seen it, and is selling like hot cakes.
The base ball game at Parker on the
4th between the Vermillion and Parker
clubs will be for blood—and §100 cash.
H. H. Rundell is moving into his
new house this week, and aright pleas
ant and well arranged home he has,
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Lawn sociable tonight.
There is a potato famine in town
Deputy Assessor Alberty has his
work completed. I
Those who attended the Old Settlers'
picnic last Friday report an enjoyable
If you have any pictures you want
framed, go to Jos. Frick's and get any
style of moulding you want.
M. E. Layne has something to say
this week to those wishing to purchase
binders, twine, windmills, etc.
Plenty of fresh strawberries on the
market, and the Alderman Fruit Farm
makes large shipments every train.
The special train to Parker on the
4th will leave Hurley at 8:30 o'clock in
the forenoon, returning late in the
County commissioners mset next
Monday, but it being a national holi
day no business will be transacted un
Steps are being taken towards or
ganizing a lawn tennis club, and some
sport may be looked for when "we uns"
get to playing.
Service at the Protestant Episcopal
church Sunday, July 3, as follows:
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. morning
prayer at II .-00 a. m.
P. S. C. E. will hold a lawn
social at the residence of F. X. Berry
in Spring Valley, Friday evening, July
1st. Everybody invited.
Parties who have been east since the
conventions say that the enthusiasm
for Harrison and Reid is unbounded,
and that leagues and clubs are being
organized in every hamlet.
Do not forget the lawn social at P.
Allen's residence this evening, it is to
be managed by the ladies of the Epis
copal church, which is a guarantee
that it will be a success and that the
refrshments served will be of the best.
At the meeting of the republican
county committee held in Parker Tues
day, it was decided to call the conven
tion for nominating county officers at
Hurley, Thursday, Sept. 1st. The pri
maries will be held Thursday, August
No regular preaching service in the
M. E. church next Sunday morning.
There is a probability that either Pre
siding Elder Jordan or Capt, Dan
Shields will be present at the union
temperance meeting Sunday night,
though not quite certain.
The Herald is informed that the
Baptist association recently in session
at tiurley passsed a resolution thank
ing the citizens of this town for cour
tesies extended said association. The
Herald would have been pleased to
publish the same, but—well, we'll drop
"The Truth" is the name of a cam
paign paper to be issued at Parker. The
first number will appear early in July,
and will be In the interest of prohibi
tion and will support for office the men
who are considered the most capable
and trustworthy, without regard to
party or politics.
The editor of the Herald has recent
ly received a complete set of the Amer
icanized Encyclopedia Britannica, and
would advise any of its readers who
contemplate purchasing this indispen
sable portion of a library, to call and
examine this work. For general use it
is the best, and the price is within
the reach of all.
The Herald is informed that seyeral
weeks ago C. H. Blakely, a former em
ploye in this office, met with a severe
accident while riding on a freight train
between Pierre and Blunt. In some
manner he fell trom a car, breaking
his leg near the hip joint and receiving
other injuries. He Is now with his
parents is Hand county. He has the
sympathy of all Turner county friends
in his misfortune.
The height of strawberry eating is
with coffee. Nobody every really
tasted coffee who has not drunk it in
alternate mouthfuls with strawberries,
and nobody knows the strawberry
flavor excepting immediately after the
clearing of the taste which comes
from drinking coffee, says the New
York Post. The clearing property of
coffee is familiar enough, but there is
strange ignorance of this special appli
cation of it. The best of strawberries
with the best of coffee makes the su
preme refinement of indulgence in the
The call for the republican county
convention is published in this issue of
the Herald. The first step in securing
good men for office is for the people
to take an interest in politics and turn
out to the primaries, and select good
men to attend the county convention.
And the county convention should in
turn select as delegates to the state con
vention men who have the interest of
the party at heart, and who can, and
will attend, the state convention, and
whp are ready to lay all personal pre
ferences aside and act for the best in
terests of the people in selecting the
candidates who are to be elected this
fall to conduct the affairs of the state
for the next two years.
Mr. Geo. I^mberly of Hurley has
proven himself to be a good guesser,
far above the average in that line of
business—in fact his was the best out
of 19,802 guesses made. Some weeks
ago the Minneapolis Tribune made an
offer of five prizes to the live guessers
who should name the presidential nom
inee of the Minneapolis convention
and came the nearest to naming the
day, hour and minute of his nomina
tion. Mr. Kimberly named the man
and came within one minute (Friday,
June 10, at 4:35 p,m. of stating the
time of his nomination. He made only
on« guess, and should have received
first prise (®50 but a citizen of Minne
apolis, who made over one hundred
different predictlona. the nearest being'
no nearer than that of Mr. Klmberly's,
was awarded first money.
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 189a
The republican caucus for Swan
Lake township, to elect 4 delegates to
the county convention to be held in
Parker, July 14, will be held in the
Swan Lake school house, Tuesday,
July 12,1892, at 2 o'clock p. m,
The caucus for Hurley township to
elect 6 delegates to attend the county
convention to beheld in Parker, July
14, will be held in Opera hall, Tuesday,
July 12,1892, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Arrangements have been made with
the publishers of the Sioux Falls Ar
gus-Leader so that we are able to offer
the Weekly Argus-Leader tree for six
months to all subscribers of the Her
ald who pay one year in advance. The
Argus-Leader is one of the leading
democratic newspapers of the state,
and we make this offer to enable those
democrats who support the Herald as a
local newspaper an opportunity to se
cure a campaign paper of tbeir own
Card Of Thanks.
Feeling very grektful to the citizens
of Hurley for their kindness in assist
ing us to care for our guests during
tho meeting of our association, the
ladies of the Baptist church and soci
ety would express their gratitude by
this card of public thanks.
MRS. C. A. NEAR,
Parker Press, 25th: Il«nry Schnei
der's wife who got both arms broken
the 17th is in a yery dangerous condi
tion. The accident occurred from her
getting on the train to see her daughter
off who had been visiting her and was
returning to Hurley. The car was
under motion when she got off and she
jumped backward falliig so as to break
both arms, and it is thought she is hurt
inwardly. She was some easier, how
ever, Thursday and her arms are get
ting along nicely, Will Clark has
returned from the Hagy institute at
Yankton and Silas Hinkley and Mart
Dunning from an Institute at Sioux
Falls. All these gentlemen report
themselves as thoroughly cured of the
taste for alcoholic liquors and we are
glad to congratulate them on that fact
which will without doubt prove the
greatest blessing of their lite as it will
not only be a benefit to them but have
an influence on all they associate with.
Wo would like to say to others simi
thou and do like
wise." The sale of the flour mill
property, last Saturday, which took
place under the auspices of Sheriff
Halsey was bid in by the First Na
tional bank for the amount ol the
mortgage. The mill will be thorough
ly repaired and managed by J. B. Pow
ell who has gone to Chicago to pur
chase a boiler. Everyone will be
pleased to learn that Mr. Powell is to
retain the management of it.
On the streets of Hurley, a package
containig collars, handkerchiefs, etc.
Call on J, M. Gitchell at postoffice.
Allen Bros, have secured the services
of a first-class boot and shoe repairer,
and are now prepared to attend to all
work in that line.
The northwest quarter of section 14,
township 98, range 52, one and one-half
miles north of Hurley, Enquire of
R. F. BARNETT,
Valley Springs, S. D.
FOURTH OF JULY RATES.
On July 2d, 3d, and 4th, the Unicago
& Northwestern R'y Co. will sell round
trip tickets between all stations on its
lines at very low rates. For tickets
and full information apply to agents
C. & N. W. R'y.
Half Rates to Omaha.
On account of the national conven
tion of the independent party, to be
held at Omaha, Neb., July 4th, the Chi
cago & Northwestern R'y Co, will sell
excursion tickets to Omaha and return
at half rates—one fare for the round
trip. Tickets on sale June 29th to July
2d, inclusive, good for return passage
until July 15th, inclusive. Apply to
agents Chicago & Northwestern R'y
for tickets and full information.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
From Jane 15th to June 28th—Furnished
by J, F. Robinson, Reglfcter of Deeds.
Julia Johnson and husband to .lens Peter
lots 1 and
blk 18 Swau Lake, S 175
Minnie S Cotton and liusb to Compton
lot 4 and a\v!i o£ nw|4 4-97-63,
Danforlli and wife to Mary Schlecht
N A Gnyer and wife to Moore ne!4
Smith and wife to John Kundell.
s!4 nwJi 3 and sVi ne^i 4-98-53,
Elizabeth Fowler to Elizabeth Hodgin nw!4
Heetland and wife to Bertha Kolbe
part of «ey 6-99-54,
Jesse Cotton to Jas Cotton, swq C-98-53
I- Clisby and wife to Wolbert ilerbult
Katharine Kendrick.s and husband to
Krowley lot 8 blk 9 Centreville,
Bernhard Beonlnca to Iwwerk Iwwerks
lot 1 11-100-54 44 acies,
Isaak Loewen and wife to Jacob Lowen
nH seq 22-100-53
Lewis Case and wife to Titus Case part of
lots 5 and blk 12, Sanborn's add to Par
Robert Erickscn and wife to Marie Poisen,
swq 20 and nwq 29-9G-53,
AW Bacon and wife to Justin Baeon n'/j
Georgo W and .Jermima Joues to Peter
Allen, neq U-97-54,
HaltieK Straltonto Henry O Sletten scq
Edinburgh American Mtge Co. to Markus
Johnson e!4 seq 22 97-55,
Hurley. S. D.
Is the proper time to insure against
cyclones and high winds, also fire and
lightning. Best insurance at lowest
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DEERING TWINE OF ALL GRADES.
Windmills, Puinps and Buggies.
TUBLAR and ARTESIAN WELLS a Specialty.
Come and see me before making purchases in
any of these Goods.
Lightest Draft Binder in the Market.
-FOR SALE BY-
We are like
Anxious to beat our own record in prices.
Corsets 5O 37
Parasols 400 $2.^0
OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION.
M. E. LAYNE.
GEO. B. KIMBERLY.
For Sale by J. I. H0GAN, Hurley, S. D.
An Examination of Stock and Prices
will convince you that my Cut-prices
on Dry Goods and Notions are the Low
est ever seen in this county,.
adiesy Fine Kid Shoes?
White Goods, per yard,
Save you got to buy a
ff so, fifet otfe ycrff can repairs tor when you want them,
The only All Steel in the Market.-
Agents for J, I. Case Threshing Machines,
ELLIOTT & BACH-
T. J. HILL,
Champion Binders and Mowers,
Stoughton Wagons and Buggies,
Plows, Cultivators, Etc., Etc/
Tinware, Oils, Paints,
Also a $«w and Cbffiplete line of
Cooking and Seating Stoves.
In our Til Stop we fhanufactirre all kmds of new goods add do Repairfotf*
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
Flannel Shirts, only
Call and See all of Our Bargains,
F. M. SLAGLE & CO.
[Lime* Cement, Stucoo and
COMBINATION PICKET AND WIKE FfiWCli.
HARD AND SOFT COAL.
E. 8. HENRI0HS, Manager,
J. H. QUEAL & GO'S
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Fence Lath, Adamant, and all
Material in their Line,
They have Prices that cad?t be beat, and Grades to correspond with their Prices^
Come and look at the lumber and get pri^
ceSj it will cost yoti nothing.
E. K. BEREY & CO.,
Surley Meat Market
JVeirii aixt SnuiktHl Meat Always 011 Hand.
Highest 1'riccs Paid lor l.ive Stock, Hides and Fur#
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