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THICK. $3.50 3.00 2.50 3.50 3.00 2.50 3.50 2.50 3.00 2.75 2.50 1.75 1.50 3. 50 2.25 1 3.50 2.50 2.50 2.25 2.00 1.75 1.50 2.50 2.00 1.75 1-50 1.85 1.75 1. 50 1.S5 O siii hjj, W-: ¥•, rM^ ifiiihi mim •v.'," ^4 & 1 Ipitit mm, 4 A moyement in on foot for the purchase of a fine home in Wash ington to be presented to Admi ral Dewe}T. 1 a President Farley and Secretary jfHalladay have completed arrange #tnents for the summer outing of -'•the South Dakota Press Associa tion at Clear T^ake, Iowa, and June 20 will probably be the day set fQr the meeting. 'Wi 1 ,1 In repl)T to Gov. Usee's letter jS^nt to the president, that gentler -mq.il is informed through the adj utant general's office at Washings '•ton, that early in January Gen. Otis was authorized to return the volunteer troops serving in the Philippine Islands upon the arriv S Always Keep on hand a full line of "i Pure Driffl .,.and... Our stocck of STATIONERY and NOTIONS IS COMPLETE. YOU WERE WONDERING what we would say, were you? Well, here is our SPECIAL SHOE SALE for SATURDAY, MAY 27, when we will sell for SPOT CASH, and on those terms only, at the fol lowing reduced prices: Youth's balmoral slioes for You til's balmoral shoes for Youth's balmoral shoes for, Boy's balmoral shoes for .)(# Boy's balmoral shoes for 1.75 Misses1 lace shoes for 1.50 Misses'lace shoes for 4 Chemicals. ?1!- Yours for business, al of the regular troops. So it was not L,ee?s letter that caused the president to return the volun teers, as has been claimed b}' some of the demo-pop newspapers. The Parker Leader is now one year old. Its healthy appear ance shows that the merchants of I Parker believe in supporting all the newspapers that are working for the interest of that city and surrounding country, and Editor Shoop is entitled to all he has re ceived from them. lyestern Men as SolOiqrs. 4- striking illustration of the general resc"urotifulness, courage and adapta bihty of western men is found iq the record of tbo past throe months of war? fare in the Philippines. Practically VOLUME XVII. HUBLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1899. 1- Men's tan balmoral shoes for§ Men's tan balmoral allocs for Men's tan balmoral shoes for| Men's kangaroo shoes for Men's kangaroo shoes for ||gp Men's kangaroo shoes for Men's calf, Goodyear welt bal. sho^Jor,, Men's calf, Mckey sewed shoes for a Men's calf McKay sewed shoes fore: 'Vv.i Men's calf congress shoes for Men's calf congress shoes for Men's calf congress shoes for Men's Creole congress shoes for® Ladies' clotli-top tan shoes for Ladies' clotli*top tan shoes for ffl jj Ladies' black kid cloth-top shoes fori Ladies' black kid clotli-top shoes for Ladies' black kid full leather shoes for ':. Ladies' black kid full leather shoes forf|t| Ladies' black kid full leather shoes for Ladies' black kid full leather shoes for Ladies' black kid full leather slioesJEor Ladies' oxfords for §j§ Ladies' oxfords for -. Ladies' oxfords for Ladies' oxfords for I SATURDAY'S TUICK 1 90 1.95: 1.60 1.40S 1.35 1.50' ALLEN: all of the volunteer soldiers in the Philippines are western men. All are from the sunset side of the Alleghenies except a regiment from Pennsylvania. All the rest are from the sunset side of the Mississippi except one regiment from Tennessee. In no other of' the country'* wars was an army so exclusively composed of western men as in this instance. Eastern men and western men were mixed up in all the armies of the union during the war of secession. Of cOursc in the Mexican War the west was so far below the east in population that it could not form any exclusive force of fighters in that conflict, although it contributed more men than the east in proportion to inhabitants, At the time of the war of 1812 there were only four spates in the union outside of the Atlantic seaboard rqgiqn—Kentucky. Tennessee, Ohio aud Louisiana. In that war, as in the conflict with Mexico and in the oiv stuggle, the west did Don't'forget that.. A* ally on hand.We do not se avoid taxes,Ibut have it in spection...Prices lowest#! We have no paper trimmer to lend, but This is no make believe ad come stock to back up our assertion* Hurley, S. D'. Pioneer Drugstore carries the largest stock of iii Paper Taints Oils, Brushes and Kalsomines in Turner county. 16000 will in j.n ji* jf- "'fesli! SHIRTS: AW! SiSPWiSp SiSiS: if a HATS ?ee 0h There is a finp tribute here to the western states is nurseries of men. Practically all ^f the men from the west who have b^en fighting Aguinal* do haye been t&keu from civil life. None of the ofic^rs of the volunteers, except a comparitiveiy few, are profes sional soldiers, ^iost of the volunteer officers and all t&e privates have been drawn from tbd farms, factories, or from professional life. All of them, regv|lar soldiersjas well as the others, have been fighting under conditions whiqh are entijely new, They haye been liying in an alien climate, have been confronted with physical circum stances which ire strange, and have had an entire eivironment which has been unfriendlj. Yet they have tri umphed over iLI these hostile condi tions. The recfrd which the soldiers rolls of Yours for biz, v^,| Remember that the yes' Hard great work, but iu the case of the war I in the Philippines it has practically done all of the work which has been done by the volunteers, and the volun teers comprise about three-fourths of the force in the islands. HURLEY CLOTHING STORE we have them in hats» soft hats a11 f§y A Ml Witti. V' a j* vO- is Headquarters for Low Prices on all goods in their lines. In Boys Suits we quote: Ages 3 yrs to 7 yrs, two and three piece suits, $1.00 to $6.00 ages 8 yrs tQ 15 yrs, two and three piece suits, $1.25 and upward. In men's suits we have them from $2.00 upwards. We have in stock Crash and Wash suits for men and boys for the warhn weather.ggg In fact we carry the only assortment of clothing in town, Work, dress, and fancy bosoms, with collars and without collars, we can suit everyone, large or small, our line in this respect is now complete, sizes, kinc|s and pri ces. Also ties, collars and handkerchiefs in all kinds, styles and prices. OVERALLS,i! 'UWORK PANTS, JACKETS, SWEATERS, "MACKINTOSHES, BICYCLE SUITS, GLOVES, TRUNKS, ETC. What you do not see, ask for. If we don't have it we can get it. forget our hosiery fc^r men and boys, especially our Ma ma Pleasers, the bicycle hose and leather stockings with double heel and knee, in black, brown or tan. We wish to remind you that we cannot be undersold by any general merchandise store in our lines of goods. Yours for business. I will take eggs in exchange for of McArthur, Wheaton qni.1 Lawton have made is a triumph for American manhood. It is a revelation and an il lustration of the operation of the social forces which have made western men invincible in peace as well as in war.— St Louis Globe-Democrat. Few Important Questions, Brookings Register: It may not bo impertinent at this time to ask those who are so loud in their denunciation of the campaign in the Philippines!^ lands the following questions: Was it necessary for Dewey to de stroy the Spanish fleet at Manila? What should Dewey have done when he destroyed the fleet? Remember he had no coal with which to steam away. Would it have been right for this government to have left Manila and its inhabitants to the tender mercy of the herd of looters which surely would have taken possession ofthe^city had it not been for the presence of Uio American fleet? J* paper 1 from samples to stock for your in uality considered. trim free of charge all paper sold by us- and we will convince you that we have the BBMJCHy Prop'r A 9 -*r 1 *i. —I T~" j' When our soldiers were fired" upon i- ).}• Vi-. rf* .0 actu- NUMBEK 5. straw, crash, ftrr&rid wool. colors, kinds and shapes. M. SMITH. would it have been proper for them to havp turned tail and sought shelter ir. the city and to have come home like a lot of whipped ours? ••, Please state at what particular point our government shouid have relin* quished its police control of the city of Manila? Mistakes no doubt have been made, but the serious charges preferred both by certain newspapers and the gover nor of this state should have absolute evidences to baok them or these accu-: sations ought to be stuffed down the throats of the accusers. This is a national problem and the nation's pride and. well being must be first considered. A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible burn, scald, cut or bruise. Buoklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it. Cures old sores, all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on earth. Only 25cts. a box. Cure guarteed. Sold by E. Brauch Druggist. I We invite you especially at this season to call in and examine our BULK Garden and Field Seeds Fruits and Confections in tHeir season.