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STATE OFFICERS.
*"C. H. rfHIiiLUON Governor
C. N. HKKKJISD Lieutenant Governor
THOS. THOUKON Secretary
J. E. HIPIM,K Auditor
ICIUK I'HlLLIPI'S Treasurer
C. 1.1,'UAVV RJlilJ Attorney General
•4'BANU KAN JO Supt. Public Instruction
•J. L. lOCi(H
AKT.. Supt. Scboo) & Pub Lands
S. A. WHJSKLiKli .. ('om. Labor and Statistics
K.F. PETTIUHISW.
J. II. KYiJi
J.A. PtOKLUK
R. .I.UAMISLfO
OKJHTON CUKSON.
•D. HANKY
•J, G. FULLKIi
U. 8. Senator
U. S, Senator
..Member of Congress
.. ..Member of Congress
.. .Supreme Court Judge
,. .Supreme-Court Judge
..Supreme Court Judge
COUNTY DIRECTORY.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
WM. ELLIOTT..". County Judge
KO1U0HT WAY Clerk of Court
C. M. I'ilOli Keginterof Deeds
L. I.,. FLHHGKH State's Attorney
S. H. FANCMKR Auditor
F. K. UliliKY Treasurer
iilOB STOUT Sherlfl'
J. W. WATSON Supt. of Schools
T. F. COLLINS Surveyor
I|{. H. &. GRAVES Coroner
JAMES 2UV13.it Assessor
COTTNVY COMMISSIONERS.
•JACOB IIOI5FL1NGER First District
I. H. N13WUY... Second District
.1.
H. LAMHEltTZ Third District
ANDREW ICAUFFMAN Fourth District
A. W.UACON Fifth District
HURLEY DIRECTORY.
TOWN OFFICERS.
*.E. E. HERRY ..Trustee. First Ward
JOS. FR1CK Trustee, Second Ward
1). W. FAIRCH1LD, Trustee, Third Ward
PETER ALLEN V.. .: Clerk
F. S. VAUGHAN Treasurer
_JJ. C. WARD Marshal
llourd meets on the second Monday evening
of each month at 8 o'clock n. in.
PRESBYTERIAN Services every Sabbath
morning at 11 o'clock Sabbath school at 12.
Evening service at 8 on each alternate Sab
bath, l'rayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing at 8 o'clock. CHAS. E. SHAUP.
Pastor.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.—Services every
Sunday at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath
Hohool immediately lifter morning services.
Prayer meeting Thursday evenings at 7:30.
IS. W. Akers, pastor.
SECRET SOCIETIES.
HURLEY LODGE No. 75, I. O. O. F.—Meets
osrery Saturday evening at 8 o'olock, in Odd
Fellows Hall. All brothers invited to attend.
S. Welch, N. G. E. Brauch, U.S.
IS- S. MCCOOK POST, NO. 31, G. A. R.—Meets
on each Saturday evening preoeedidg full
moon in each month ot 7 p. m., in G. A. R.
Hall. Geo. L. Palmer, Commander H.J.
Sanborn, Adjt.
JOPPA LODGE A. F. and A. M.—Meets at Odd
Fellows Hall on the Tuesday evening on or
before the full of the moon. All Masons in
.. good standing are cordially invited to attend.
H. K. Webhter. W. M.: F. B. Williams, Sec'y.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.—Meet
lirst Wednesday evening of each month at 8
o'clock sharp. J. T. Hogan, Venerable Con
tsul W. H. Robertson, Cleric.
C. & N. W. RY.TIME TABLE.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
jSto,6, Passenger 3:48 pm
.No. 34, Freight 2:30
TRAINS GOING WEST.
No.», Passenger ':V"l:3i1brtn.
No.85, Freight ll:ifia.m,
H. K. Webster, Agent.
POSTOFFICE.
QflVcp hours durjng week 8 a. to 8 p. m.
MailcloseB for north and west at 1:15 p. m.
Mall closes for eastaod south at 3:35 p. m.
Mail to Childstowjr,. TUMI"
-Baturdhy of each week.
Ifcuves at 1:30. P. M.
'day, Thursday and
Arrives-nt 13:00 noon.
A. M. RASMUSREN, Postjpaster.
Vacation Yunra. ~i:
Reduced rate excursion tickets are
now being sold by the Northwestern
line to all of the populor summer re
sorts of the east. Fast train service
to Chicago, where direct connection is
made with through trains of eastern
lines. For tickets and full informaMon
apply to agents Chicago & Northwest
ern It'y.
Cheap Kxcurslons to tlie West and North
west.
On August 4, 18, September 1, lo, 29,
October 6 and 20, ]S96j.the Northwest
ern line (Chicago & Northwestern R'y)
will sel
1 Homeseekera' excursion tick
efts at very low rates to a larg'e'number
of points in the west and northwest
'•Jflor tickets and full information apftly
:. to agents Chicago & North western R'y.
1
A Great Railway,
-The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway Cfy owns and operates 6,169
miles of rtad
'It operates its own Sleeping Cars and
Dining Cars.
It traverses the .best portion of the
States of Illinois, Wisconsin, Northern
Michigan, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota
South and North Dakota.
Its Sleeping and Dining Car service
is first-class in every respect.
'It runs yestibuled, steam-heatedand
electrlc-lightcd trains.
It has the absolute block sytem
"It uses all modern appliances for the
comfort and safety of its patrons.
'Its train employ
os are civil and oblig'
in*.
It tries to give each passenger "value
received" for hii money, and
Its General F&ssenger Agent asks
e*ery man. Wpm^n and child to buy
tickets over'the Chicago, Milwauke &
St.'Paulftailway —lor it it is A Great
fcailvay.
moBpgsssrca!
Turner County Herald.
fNhlished EvervThursday.
HURLEY. S. D., OCT. 1. 1896
OFFICIAL PAPER.
First publication Oct. l-Ot.
First publication Sept. lOth-fil.
•t Notice,to Creditors.
Slate of South Dakota,}
1-ss.
IVVH-:
NOIICli F«U I'OBLll'ATION,^"
Land OBlco at Mitchell, S. D.. Sept.
24,
County of Turner, '. ...
in County Court, within and for said county.
In the matter of the estate of Cranmer G.
Rayburu, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by tne undersigned.
Executrix of the estate of Crammer G. Roy
burn, deceased, to the creditors of. and all per
sons having claim? against the said deceased,
lo exhibit them with the necessary vouchers,
within four (4) months of tlw Urst puplicatiou
I this noti'-e, to the said Esecutrlx, at her res
idence in Norway township in the county of
Turner, S. 1).
Dated at Parker, S. D., September 8th. 1808
SUSAN M.RAYBUHN,
Executrix of Cranmer G. Ravburn, deceased.
S. V. JONES,
Attorney for Estate.
DON'T STOP TOUACCO.
llow to Cure Yourself While Using: It.
The tobacco habit grows on a man
until his nervous system is seriously
affected, impairing health, comfort and
happiness. To quit suddenly is too se
vere a shock to the system, as tobacco
to oiijinveterate user becomes a stimu
lant that his system continually craves.
Baco-Curo" is a scientific cure for the
tobacco liabit, in ull its forms, care
fully compounded after the formula of
an eminent Berlin physician who has
used it in his private practice since
1862, without a failure. It is purely
vegetable and perfectly harmless. You
can use tobacco while taking the
Baco-Cpro." It will notify you when
to stop. We give a written gaurantee
to cure permenently any case with
boxes, or refund the money with 10 per
cent, interest. "Baco-Curo" is not
substitute, but a scientific cure, that
cures without the aid'of will power and
with no inconvenience. It leaves the
system as Dure and free from nicotine
as the day you took your first chew or
smoke.
CURED BY BACO-CURO AND GAINED 30
POUNDS.
From hundreds of testimonials, the originals
of which are on file and open to iuspectlon, the
following is presented:
Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark. Jan, 2S, 1895.
Eureka Chemical & M,fg. Co., LaCrosse, Wis.
Gentlemen: For forty years I used tobacco in
all its forms. For twenty-live years of that time
I was a great sufferer from general debility and
heart disease. For fltteen vears I tried to quit
but couldn't. I took various remedies, among
itlier.s '•No-To-Bac." "The Indian Tobacco Anti
ilote," "Double Clorlde of Gold." etc.. etc., but
none of them did me the least b't of good. Kl
nally. however, I purchased a box of yoWBaeo
Curo" and It lias entirely cured me of the habit
in all Its forma, and I have increased thirty
pound's in weight and am relieved of all the nu
merous aches and pains of body and mind. 1
could write a quire of paper upon my cliangsd
feelings and condition.
Yours respectfully. P. II. MARBUKY.
Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark
Sold bv all druggists at 51 per box three boxes
(thirty dtvys' treatment) $2.50 with iron-clad
written gaurantee, or sent on receipt, of price
Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka Chemical
& Mfg. Co., LaCrosse. Wis., and Boston, Mass
Deeds, mortgages, wills, etc., care
fully drawn. Allen's Agency.
•v
Never Say Die.
Many desperate cases of kidney dis
eases pronounced incurable have been
cured by the Clinic Kidney Cure: Many
physicians use it. B. F. Vaughan.
If you want to purchase a first-class
high-grade bicycle call at the Herald
office and see what we can do for you
on a Monarch, one of the best wheels
made.
WHY
COUGH AND CHOKE
when it is so easily cured by using
Beggs' Cherry Cough Svrup. It
should always be kept in your house
for emergencies. Sold by E. Brauch.
Inter State Grain Palace Kxposltlon.
For the above occasion, the North
western line will, from October 3 to 10,
sell excursion tickets to Aberdeen and
return at half rates, one fare for the
round trip, good for return passage un
til October 12, 1896, inclusive. For
tickets and full information apply to
agents Chicrgo & Northwestern R'y.
4
Do Not be Imposed On.
Always insist on getting Foley's
iSoney and Tar, as It is positively,
srtw&lutely and unqualifiedly the best
odugiv medicine. Accept no subetltute.
B. F. Vaughan.
First publication Aug. 37-et.
SHKKIFF'S SALE.
State of South Dakota, .sfrliw
189B.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of Ins intention
to make ltrml proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made bclore the Judge
or in his absence before the Clerk of the Circuit
Jourt in and for Turner county. S. D., at Par
ker S. D.. on Novembertt. I81KS. viz:
PAUL ANDERSEN DOKF.
for the lots three and four and south one-half
northwest quarter, section four, township nine
ly-soven. range ff, (Homestead Entry Number
°Ino thonsnnd three hundred ami thirty-seven.)
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous rosideuce upon and cultivation
ol, said land, viz:
Coren Clivlstensen. of Onrtown, P. O.. S. D,:
S. P. Madsseu. of Spring Valley, P. O.. IS. D.
Niels Nielsen, of Spring Valley. P. O., S. D.
Hans Hansen, of Spring Valley. P. O..S. D.
BS'v,*
V. 3. V*"
ABRAHAM BOYNTON,"
Register,
Notice for Bid*.
The board of county commissioners of Tur
ner county. South Dakota, will rcecive bids for
a car load of ha: coal (range stzc) to be de
livered in the coal house at tho court house.
Bids to be on tile with the county auditor on or
before the 5th day of October. 189(5. All bids to
be murked on the outside "Bids for coal." The
board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids.
Dated at Parker, S. D., Sept. 8th. IHX5.
S. H. FANOIIKU,
County Auditor.
J-as
County of lurner.
1 Circuit Court, First Judlcial Circuit.
Marius T. Johnson and Charles
Peterson.
Plaintiffs,
v.
Wilhelm Senntu-, Cornelius We
dell. F. M. Slagie & Co, Emiel
lirauch. Thomas J. Hill. J. 11.
Quiial & Co., Henry W. Mills.
U. E. Jonsberg. Peter Hols
worth, and Charles E. Benson
Defendants.
I'ublic notice is hereby given that by virtue
a special execution, issued out of the Circuit
Court of the l- irst Judicial Circuit, in and lor
the county ol Turner, South Dakota, upon the
and day of August, IBSM, to me directed and de
livered." which execution is based upon a jndfi
rncut and decree, rendered in said court, in the
ibove entitled action, upon the ynd day of May,
lrtliu. which said judgment and decree was dock
eted, enter, and recorded in said court upon
the lUth day of June, l«ua. wherein judgment
was rendered in iavorofthe plaiutills. Manns
T. Johnson and Charles Peterson and also
favor of the defendants F. M. slagie &Co.,J.
II. Queal & Co and Henry W. Mills, against
the defendants Wilhelm fc-enner and Cornelius
Wedell and against the property described :n
saia judgment and decree, I shall upon Satur
day the 3d day of October. INHi, at tha hour ol
two (K) o'clock p. m. of said dav, at the from
door of the building in which the last term ol
the circuit court was hold, in the city of Parker,
Turner county, South Dakota, offer for sale, to
the highest and best bidder for cash in hand,
all the real estate and property described and
ordered to be sold in said judgment and decree,
or so much thereof as may be sufficient to raise
the umount due tn the plallitilTs and the defend
ants F. M. Slagie & Co.. J. H. Queal & Co. and
Henry W. Mills, together with the costs taxed
und allowed in said judgment and decree,
amounting in the whole to the sum of live hun
dred and forty-four dollars and eleven cents.
11), with interest thereon from the iid dav
of May, 18SH5, at the rate of seven percent,
besides all accruing costs of sale.
Said property is described as follows, to-wit:
All that part of out lot in the tow, of Hurley,
ounty of Turner, and state of South Dakota,
and bounded as follows: On the north by
line parallel with and distant north three hun
dred (300) feet from the south line of said out
lot on the east by a tine parallel with and dis
tant west one huudred and eighty (ISO) feet
from the east line of Park Boulevaad of said
town, extended south: on the south by the
south line of said out lot C, and on the west by
line parallel with and distant west two huu
dred twenty-live (2S5) feet from said tast line
of said Park Boulevard of said town of. Hurley,
extended south, subject to all legal highways,
as said out lot and Boulevard Avenue drawn
and described on the plat, of said town of Hur
ley. as recorded in the office of the register
of deeds of said Turner county, together with
the buildings and Improvements thereon situ
ated, and all appurtenances therounto belong
ing or in anywise appertaining.
Dated August 22, 1896,
ZliBSTOUT.
S. V. JONES, Sheriff Turner County, S, D.
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Ci're tor Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of head
ache Electric fitters has proved to be
the very best. It effects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its influence.
We urge all who are afflicted to procure
a bottle, and give this remedy a fair
trial. In cases of habitual constipation
Electric Hitters cures by giving the
needed tone to the bowels, and few
cases long resist the use of this medi
cine. Trv at once. Large, bottles only
50c at E. Branch's drug store. 2.
If Troubled with Rheumatism Read Tills.
Annapolis, Md., Apr. ]G, 1894.
have used Chamberlain' Pain Balm for
rheumatism and found it to be all that
is claimed for it. I believe it to be the
best preparation for rheumatism and
deep seated muscular pains on the
market and cheerfully recommend it to
the public. Jno. G. Brooks, dealer in
boots, shoes, etc., No. 18 Main St.
ALSO READ THIS.
Mecbanicsville, St. Mary County, Md.
—I sold a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm to a man who had.been suffering
with rheumatism for several years, It
made him a well man. A. J. McGill.
For sale at 50 cents per bottle by E.
Brauch.
BEGGS'
Blood Purifier and Blood Maker
Cures scrofula sores and eruptions on
the face. We keep it. E. Brauch.
ADVKltTISED LETTERS.
List of letters remaining in Posi
Office, Hurley, Sept. 1st, 1896. If noi
called for in 30 days will be sent tu
Dead Letter office.
DOMESTIC.
Christ. Steen, Corn Nelson, Prof. F.
William (2), J. Snooze, John Scotwell,
Z. M. Poe, Geo. Dann.
FOREIGN.
Johannes Jensen.
When calling for these letters
please say advertised.
A. M. RASMUSSEN. Postmaster.
YOUR CLOTHES
are covered with dandruff, thiscan bi
avoided by using Beggs' Hair Renewc.
[t cleans the scalp, leaving the hair soft
and glossy. Sold by E. Brauch.
Nearly One Thousand Ladies
are now selling those elegant toilet
preparations put up by the Parisiau
Toilet Co. of Chicago.
Agents wanted all over the U. S.
Write for full directions to 120 Michi
gan St. Inclose stamp for reply
v. What the People Say
"I couldn't keep store without Foley'b
Honey and Tar." E. D. Whipple, Los
tani, 111.
"'Ship at once—can't sell any other
cough medicine." H. VV. Ellis, Mont
rose, Wis.
"Foley's Honey and Tar save me doc
tor bills every winter." L. A. Towner,
Manteno, 111.
For sale by B. F. Vaughan.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve in the world tor Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt liheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all SKin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, OF in6
pajNrequired. It is guaranteed to give
piewept satisfaction, or money refund-
cents
f**
box-
by Ei Brauch. druggist.
For sale
Office in Turner County Bank Building.
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
ALLEN'S AGENCY
READ
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THE SEMI-WEEKLY JOUTNAL
J. W. EDMUNDS,
Attorney-at-Law.
Business in any part of Turner County
will receive prompt attention,
S A A N
Justice of the Peace.
fs prepared to /draw up any lepal papers that
may be ddsired. And can lake ap
plications for all kinds of
policies in the
Northwestern Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF MILWAUKEE. WIS.
Call on him and see what he can do for vou
Chas. H. Goddard,
ATTORNEY
LAW:
AT
NOTARV PUBLIC.
HURIKY, SOUTH DAKOTA.-
J. H. GALLAGHER,
Dentist.
HURLEVY SO. DAK.
Office at Residence. 2nd door north of Photo
ifaph Gallery. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4
City Barber Shop,
L. HORTON, ProDPietor.
flair 3baViw} and Sbanj
pooipg peally done
S. GRAVES M,
4
Physician and Surgeon.
OjiUs promptly attended. Ottifce ahd residence
on Center Avenue.
HURLEY SOUTH DAKOTA.
Can negotiate you a loan on your farm at reasonable rates, and give
you privilege to repay on any interest pay day, Money furnished
promptly,
it
WE STILL SELL STEAMSHIP TICKETS.
LIST YOUR LAND WITH US IF YOU WISH TO SELL
REMEMBER—" Crops Never Fail in Turner County."
To Every Cash in Advance Subscriber of the
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$1:50 Pays for the Herald, and Sioux City Journal
$2.15 Pays for the Herald, Inter Ocean and Journal.
$2.25 Pays for Herald and Cosmopolitan.
Call at Herald Office or Send Orders by Mail.
PER YEAR
3It
JT W-' 'T»y
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1
We have the Largest Stock in Town.
Parties wishing to buy will do well to call on
me belore purchasing.
WHEELS STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS.
J, -A.. SCOTT.
CAIRY &
PROPRIETOR OF
City Meat Market,
Hurley, South Dakota.
A first clsiss Meat Market where at all times may be found
Choice Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Hams, Shoulders, Potted, Dried
and Salted Meats, and ever3'thing usually kept in a well regulated
uarket. Highest market price paid for hides and tallow. Poultry
wanted. Will pay highest price for butcher's stock.
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