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STATE DIRECTORY' STATE OFFICERS. A. £. LEE .......Governor J.T. KEAN.. Lieutenant Governor W. H. RODDLE. Seeretary J. D. REKVB8.. l. Auditor JOHN SCHAMBEB.i.i Treasurer J. L. PYLB Attorney General K. K. COLLINS.. Supt. Public Instruction DAVID JBASTMAN.Supt School & Pub Lands It. P. PETTIGREW. .. U. S. Senator J. H. KYLE U. 8. Senator J. B. KBLLB V. Member of Congress FREEMAN KNOWLES.. Member of Congress DIOHTON CORSON Supreme Court Judge p, HANKY... 8Utremo Court Judge J.g. PULLER .. Suoreme Court Judne COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS: WM. ELLIOTT..:V'.Cotlflty Judge ROBERT WAY ClerK.pf Court iCr. RldDERICKSKN.... Register o'f Deeds J. W. EDMUNDS state's Attorney J. P. GRABER Auditor JACOB PFAFF Treasurer '•H. H. KIRK Sheriff A. J. SMITH Supt. of Sbhools 1VF. COLLINS Surveyor DR. R, F1NLAY Coroner THOS. SLETTEN Assessor COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. B.C. NELSON First District B. FOSS Second District J, J. GRABER Third District FRANK .J. BRUNER Fourth District JUNIA SARGENT Chairman..FiftftjDlsirlot HURLEY DIRECTORY. TOWN OFFICERS. FRANK WILLIAMS Trustee, First Ward A. F. ELLIOTT., Trustee, Second Ward 8. D.WHITE... Trustee, Third Ward PETER ALLEN ..Clerk F. S. VAUGHAN, .* Treasurer B. C. WARD Marshal Board.ipeetg on the second Monday evening of eoAtfmonth at 8 o'clock n. m. C. & N. W. RY TIME TABTE TRAINS OOINO EAST. No. 8, Passonger .• 11 8187 p. No. 97, Freight 8110 p. ~V Drains OotNQ W*ai, NS QDtNQ W®8t. No. 5^ Passenger .. No.S-ii Freight HURLEY LOD&E No. 76' 'i. O, O. F.—Meets every Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, in Odd Fellows Hall, AH brothers invited to attend. 1/8. Thompson, N. G. R. W. White, soc'v. E. S. MCCOOK POST,.No. 81, G. A. R.—Meets on first Saturday evening In each month at 7 p. m, In G. A. H. hall. C. "jfc -y a'lwp.'i 1' «1 Wirt a Ii ,4 I 1 y» MA. 4.111 !00 a.m. H. K. Webster, Agent. POSTOFFICE. OBloe hours during week j8aj m. to tl p. Mail closes for north and v/dBX at ,1..1:W p. Mail closes for oast and south at 3:20 p. m, Mall closes for Spring .Valley and Ourtown at •»P*m Mall cloaca for Davis'at.. 6.00 p. m. V.T rf^j.BlANsiWKrjj. Postmiis'tef'. CHUTTCTLES: llfe-gaBfe- PRWRBVTEifaiA'Kr.— Services moiv Sabbath Tssisssw morninsr at it o'olook: Sabbath school at'12. ssgsgas morning at it o'olooluSabbath school at 1« Evening service at 8 on .each alternate Sab bath. Prayer meeting «n Wednesday even ing at 8 o'clock. WM. V. CHAPXN, Minister. WETHODIST EPISCOEAL.-^Bervioes every Sunday at 11 a mi atyd 7:30 p. tn. Sabbath School immediately after morning "servioes, Thi i-Prayer meeting L. H. Darling, pastor. O'OlOCk. .ursday evenings at i30, CHRISTIAN 80IENCE—SerricCS fe'vefy "Sun day at 11 a. in, and 8:00 p. m. Sabbath school Immediately after morning service. Expert enoo meeting Wednbsd&y evenings at 8:00 SECRET SOCIETIES. A. Venerable Consul Noar. Com- „tm»Dder H. J. Sanbot% Adjt, 1 TJ W. T. SHERMAN COMMAND NO, 11. U. V.' U. —Meets first Saturday s* each month, at 3 p. m„ In G. A, R. Ijalli C. A. Near, Colonel Com mandtng B. J. Sapbprn, Adj't. _Xu_ JOPPA LODGE A. F. an« A. M.—Meets at Odd Fellows HaHl on th* Tuesday ayenlntr «n or before the full of the moou. Ail Masons in jrood standing are oordlally invited to attend. F.»B. Williams, W. M. •?. q...fier, Sec'y. Jb. ilODEKN WOODMAN OBI A first and third month at 8 o' .. |J -i" ThS Appetite of a Gopt envied by all poor, dyspeptics v^hose stomach and liver, are out of order. All such should Know that Dr. JSCing'8 New Life Pills, the .wonderful Stomach and liyer remedy, gives a splendid appetite, sound digestion and ^regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy. ,, Only 25c at E. Brauch's Drug Store. Mg! "'Tat ^£CTING DlSEAS^^ KarJ^s Cbvcr Root Tea IVII, U^IVCUUIU IWIVR ionic, bold oh absolute gun runt uo C. MAGA !A.—Meet \vy |r.ilrutreistB nt 25c.. 50c. aiid «J1.00, %.:S. WELLS CO.i LEROY, P-. V, fs jiY E. iiiiAtiOH. ~y.\. 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The market and stock reports are complete and ft carefully prepared, its special features unexcelled. liy special arrangements with the publishers we are enabled to glvegj each and every subscriber to the Twice a Week Journal, ABSOLUTELY y\ FJKEE, ... THE FARM AND HOME. A practical and instructive journal, published semi-monthly, giving you 24 numbers a year, the whole making a volume of over 500 page^i teem- yi ing with the latest and most reliable information that exper^pnoei and yj science can apply. Prominent among its many departments, niiiy bev. ^PPty- .... mentioned the Farm and Garden, Market Ileports, Fruit Culture, Plans yl and Inventions, the Apiary, Talks with a Lawyer, Live Stock and Dairy W .the Poultry ard, Plants and Flowers, the Veterinary, Fashions and 'k Fancy Work, Household Features, etc. |X'- NOW IS THE TIME tO SUBSCRIBE. Do Dot delay or full to take advantage pt tbis tempting offer whicb 0 we make for a limited time oitf)L Voit will never regret it. ltemember we send both paper a full yeaivt'qri.the remarkable low price of one pi dollar, to every new subscriber—and to the old will rpnp.w their subscriptions for one year. Sample copies sent to any address i^xJn Application. Address, "Pu&liJdierif SIOUX QiTY,— IOWA, PERSONALLY CONDUCTED EXCURSIONS -VV Every TliurSday from points in MINNESOTA SOUTH DAKOTA Daily excursions enable passenger* to take advantage of through first-class and Tourist Sleeping Cars at Council Blurts and Omaha to points in California and Oregon, which run every day in the year. LOWEST RATES SHORTEST TIME ON THE ROAD FINEST SCENERY You can leave home anj,c(aiyifi the week and travel on fastest trains all the way and have advabtj^bf a})ove through car arrangements. Tor pam phlets and information inquire pi nearest agent. Ctilcaao & NortH-Western R'y. FOlt •. 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Deitoorent.'fi n^V^sHion Department, is-ln avery way faraliead of tUat contained it any other publication. „^uUsCTibera are entitled eacli tnonth to patterns of the latest fashions ir woman's attire, at uo-oost tosthem other than that necessary for postage ajud wrapping. NO BETTER CHRISTMAS GIFT than a veafs sVibacription to 1 1 Remit Si.00 by money order, reulstered letter or check to i DEMOREST'S MAGAZINE, 110 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY Demorest* Magazine can be made. Only $2.00 for tlie HERALD and Ieinores's Family Magazine, Caveats, and Tred»-Muks obtained, and all Pat- I ent businets conducted for MOOCNATC FEES. OUR OFFICE is OPPOSITC.UIS. JUk i*—£ V: PATENT OrriCE and we can secure patent In las time than those remote from Washington., Send model, drawing pr photo., with descrip tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of charge. Our fee not auvtttl patent is secured. I A PAMPHLET, "HOW to Obtain Patent*," W«HI cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries^, sent free. Address, IC.A.SNOW&CO. OPF. PATENT OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D. C. Liver Complaints and Nervousness Cured. A torpid liver always produces dullneaa and irritability. You are all clogged up and feci despondent. Perhaps you have tte&ted with physicians or tried some recommeaiofl medicine without benefit. All that is no argument against Dr. Fanner's Blood and, tivir'itdnledj and 3$er*e Tonic which will' .so rerictlly^cure i.mputVo£ tperves, lkver cow ijflalnts, heijdachefe biood itbtii skin dlssMMk •tc. Get a circular of daUlet. 11 Forsale by B. F. Vaugh an, druggist. t5,.\VV & He Pooled the Surgeons. All doctors told Henick H^ihiltbn of West Jefferson, C*., after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he would die unless a costly operation was per formed! but he cured himself with live boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the surest pile cure on earth, and the best salve in the world. 25 cents a box. Sold by E. Braucli, Druggist. Very Low Kates to New York City, Via the North-Western Line, from all stations, Excursion tickets to be sold September 1, 2 and 3, and only for trains arriving at Chic&go September 1 to 4, inclusive. Apply to agents for full particulars. Rev. J. M. Yin^ling pastor of the Bedford Street Methodist church at Cumberland, Md., says: "It affords mtyjh pleasure to recommehd tjham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy. I have used it and know others who haye done so. I have never know it to fail. It is a sure cure when taken in time.'' For sale by E, Brauch's Drugstore.. ORDINANCE N, U7. An Ordinance for the lleliuiiumy of Certain Sidewalks "Within tlio Incorporate Town of Hurley Be it Ordalued By the Board qI Trustees of tlie Town of Hurley: Section 1. That it is hereby declared neceS' sary tbat the following sidewalks situated in said town should be rebuilt, to-wit: On north side of'Center Avenue in said town in front of. or sotitli side, lots l, '2, a, 5, is, 7. 8, 0,10 and 11, of block 5, and lots 1.2,3. 4, 5, (i, 7, 8, 9, 10.11 and 13 of olock 10. lots 7,8, 0,10,11 ana 13 or block 17! On south side Cettter avenue in font of, on north side lots t(7.8ty, yj, it and 13 of block 16 On west side of Monroe street, in front of on east and northeast side lot 8, block 34 On south side Dakota street, on north side lot s, block 30, and north side lots 7,8 and o, block 39 On east side Park Boulevard, in front of, on west side lots 1 and 8, block 36, and west side lot 6 block 87. all in the oricinal town of Hurley, S. D., according to the recorded plat of said town. Sec, 2. That said sidewalk shall be four feet wide and the outer edge thereof be six feet dis tant from the line ot the adjacent lots. The sidewalk in front of any lot situate^t a corner made ,by the intersection of twa Streets shall be .extended eight feet past th« corner of said lots. Sai(l walk'* pofted^by 9aia:Sttlngbfs nlatik at each stringer, saiil sttiiigrrs to be laid level and peoperly supported uhderueath. Sec. 3. That tne cost and expense of rebuild ill) the aforesaid sidewalks shall be defrayed by special, tax to be levied on said lots as by law provided. Sec. 4. This ordinance shsill take effect alid be in force from and after its approval and pub lication. Passed and approved August 22,18ft). F. B. WI1.UAJM#, Attest: President PKTEK AI/LKN, Clerk, Vi First publication Aug. 31-6t. State of South Dakota. I In Circuit Cottrt in First Judicial Circuit, and forTurner C®, Flora ft. Pvigslcy, I'laintiff, Summons, Ke vs. }-lief. Complaint Kugene Pucsley, Defendant Filed'. 1 The State of South Dakota Sends (iveteting: To Ktigene F, 1'ugsley, said defendant Voti lire hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, which said complaint was liled In tlie '6fllce of the Clerk of tlie Circuit Court of tlie First .Judi cial Circuit of the State of South Dafcdl.'i, within and for the county of Turner, at the citv of Par- city of l'arker.'. South Dakota, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. e.v elusive of the day of service. If you fail to an swer said complaint within that time, the Dlain tiff will apply to the Court for the relief de manded in the complaint. Dated this lltli daj of August, 189D. W. Y. QUUJLliY. Plaintiff's Attorney. .First publication Aug. 24-'4t. State of South Dakota, Vss. In County Court County of Turner. In the matter of the guardianship of the person and estate of Kasjen Cramer, an incompetent person* TO -WffOM IT MAT COXCBBN. fj|(t Take Notice That George Cramer, the gtiar diail of the person and estate of Kasjen Cramer, litis made his iietition to this court asking for an order permitting him to borrow a sum of money Upon the Notrhwest quarter of section 24. town ship 98 north, of range 53 west, Turner county. South Dakota, tlie same being the land owned by said Kasjen Cramer said petition will be brought on for hearing upon Friday, the 15th day of September, A. D. tsas, at one o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at the court room of •said court, in the city of Parker, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and oppose the same. Done in open court this 16th day of August, 1899. By the Court: Attest: W. ELIJOrr, [SEAL) B, J. WAY, Clerk. .fudge. Shilohs DR ro Cough and •Monsumption —^Cure This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medi cine ever known'to scitftce a few doses Invariably cure the worst cases of Cough, Croup and Wronchitis-, while its won derful success'in the cure of Consumption-is without a par allel in thehlitory of medicine. Since its first'discovery it has been sold oil a guarantee, a test which no other nicdicine can stand. If you have a Cough, we earnestly ask you to try it. In United States and Canada 2.')c., fUc. and $1.(10. and in England Is. i-'d., ~a. 3d. and 4s. Cd. SOLE PROPRIETORS S.CWELLS& Co.! LEROY, N.Y.f HAMILTON, CAlQ. FOR SALE BY E. BIvAUCH. one -Z—i- Kidndy or Bladder Troubles. If you suiTer from kidney, bladder or urin ary trouble*! or from too frequent or scanty urine, Dr. Fepiier's Kidney and Itackaehe Cure Is wjiat you want. Bed-wetting by children is ^speedily cured by one bottle of this powerfu.1 remedy. Testimonials ar^ disregarded, many pcoplw donbtinx 'Vro lion •»ty or Sincerity of them, therefore aVttlfl any hprei but furnish thei^^nclrcoipx. ol /our dealer. .' Par sale by B. P. Vaughan, druggist. k- •/t .• JW PKRSONAt.. W. j!?. j^owdle is qiit Irom Wisconsin. A. F. Boyd went te Sioux City Mon day. Miss Rana Alderman was at Parker Tuesday. Miss Charlotte Sumner is attending teachers' institute at Canton. State's Attorney Edmunds ifrenfc to Yanktoq^on court business Monday. Mrs. "T. J. Dobsori is tip from Yank ton for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Wm. Selby. Kate Sumner is expected home this week Saturday from a two weeks visit at "^eririillion. 0. fe, Allen and family go to Maple tonj Iowa, Saturday, for a visit with W. E. Allen and family. J. K. Coleman and wife, of North ville, S. D., arB visiting with H. K. Webster and family. H.J. Pier and wife are over from Sioux Falls visiting Hurley friends. They return Saturdry. Airs. Jos. Allen experts to start Sat urday on her trip to England. May her voyage and visit be pleasant. Lester Bartle arrived from Platte ville, Wis., Saturday, for a visit of two or three weeks with relativoa. M. A.'Bacon retiibned Saturday from Dixon, 111., whet"'e he has been attend ing business college for the past year. Mrs. Scbtt and family went to Ire ton, Iowa, Saturday, and to their new home in Sioux City the fore part of this-week. "^"'V i£ $ 1} Mrs. E. E. Ely an^ Alias BonSfer re turned Monday to Pipestone, Minn., to take up their duties at the Indian school near that city. Tf David Murphy returns't'o Omana Sat urday, to resume his studies at Creigh ton college, where he will graduate next year. He will then probably at tend Georget'BWn" bcfllege, having re ceived a free scholarship for standing at the head of his class. Wha Is Shlloh? A grand old remedy for Colds and Consumption used the world for half a fcentury, has cured innumerable casesi of incipient con many in ad- Coughs, through cases/ sumption and relieved vanced stages.'.-If you are not satisfied with the results ive will refund your money. Price 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1.00. E. Brauch, druggist. 1. '•t Si1. Discovered by a Women?'—" Another ^reat discovery has been made, and that too, by a lady in tbis country. "'Disease fastened its clutch es upon her arid for seven years she withstood its,severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she coiighed incessantly, and could not ple.ep. She finally discovered a way to. recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much re lieved on taking first dose,, [that she slept all night and with two bottles, has been absolutely cured. Hpr name is Mrs. Luther Lutz. Thus writes W. Hamnick St Co.. of Shelby, N. Trial bottles free at E. Brauch's Drug Store. Regulatv size 50c and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. Gem Restaurant and Bakery. lee Grean) Parlor,"^FrGits, Tert)perai)rte drinks, Cigars and Gdijfeetioijei'V, ,, Tofae?o. We respectfully' solicit your patronage. J. O. HORN, Proprietor. sir HURLLY, SOUTH DAKOTA. GEO. E. VAUGHAN, M. D.. gggg Physician and Surgeon* Office over Turner County Bank, Calls left at Vaughan's Drug Store dr Residence. HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA. Calls answered promptly. S. GRAVES M. as Physician and Surgeon. Calls promptly attended. Office and residence on Center Avem HURLEY SOUTH DAlvO fA. —U 1 J. H. GALLAGHER, Dentiet, HURLEY, SO. DAK. Offlfie'&t- Residence 2nd door north ot Photo graph Gallery. Office hours lrom 0 a. m.to'lp m. *r t- Hurley Art Gallery, MRS. HIGH, Proprietor, vi Satisfaction GFuaranteed. Chas. H. Goddard, ATTORNEY.at LAW. If 'ij, NQT4|tV.l,-Upl.IC. I 1 OHlcc in Ilnljtllng and. I^oaii Bloclf, Ojipc olte i$raucl*8 DruijStore. I MUltliHV, BOt'TH DAKOTA, s. KEPDBUCA.N TICKKT. For Judges 6i SUpreme Court. Ditj.HTbN CORSON. Bt. G. FULLER. DICK HANKY. lUSSOMITION AND I'LATFOBM. Adopted ly Kepubllcan Convention ltedfleld. -s:: at RESOLUTIONS. Resolved, that we congratulate th^ 1st South Dakste Volunteers, the heroes who haye carried the colors of our state teyond the sea, upon the splendid record they have made as soldiers and gentlemen. Resolvecif that we are proud of the. unquestioned ability, sturdy integrity and tireless industry with which the judges of the supreme court of our state have at all times, without fear or" favor and unswerved by political or other influences, performed their duties and, believing that an able, honest, laborious and non-partisan judi* ciary is one of the strongest bulwarks of a free government!'toe respectfully invite all voters, regardless of party affiliations, who take pride in having our laws ably and impartially interpre ted, to cast their votes with' us to re tain the nominees of this convention in their present positions. Resolved, that we favor the enact ment of such laws as will carry out the proyisions of the state constitution re lating to trusts and unlawful combina tions, and we pledge our party to such legislation as will fully control trusts, monopolies and combinations organized and created in restraint of trade for the purpose of limiting the output of products or increasing the price there1 of, and such legislation as mav be nec essary to prevent the formation anf£ pperation of such dangerous combina tions. a PLATFORM. 1. We,, tjhe republicans of South Dakota, in -convention assembled, un hesitatingly reaffirm our allegiance to and accept the principles of the repub lican party as declared by the republi can platform adopted at St. Louis. 2. We endorse the present republii can administration anil earnestly comj mend the wise, able and patriotic statesmanship of President McKinley displayed in the conduct of the war with Spain and the insurrection in the Philippines, and pledge our hearty support of the administration in all measures looking to its honorable and speedy termination by the complete subjugation of the enemies of our country and the vindication of our flag. 3. We heartily commend our sol-' diers in the Philippines for their bravery and point with pride to their patriotic valor in defense of our country and flag, and deprecate the at tempts^ certain disloyal un-American enemies otour country to cast odium upon our brave boys by attempting to' stir up dissension in their ranks and to embarra^the administration in its ef forts tq suppress the insurrection now existing Jtj tile Philippines 4. W.e favor the vigorous prosecu tion of'the South Dakota maximum rate c(Bse now pending on appeal before the supreme court of the United States involving the reduction of both pass enger and freight rates. Glorious News Hill Cargile of "Four bot- Comes from Dr. Dr. D. B. Washitp, I. T. He writes: ties of JSlectric Bitters has cured Mrs'-' Brewer of scrofula, which had caused her great suffering for years. Terri ble sores would break out on her head and face, and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is complete and her health is excellent." This' shows what thousands have proved,— that Electric Bitters is the best blood: ,purifier known. It's the supreme rem edy for.eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ul cers, boils and running sores. It stimulatfee liver, kidneys and bowels, expels poisions, helps digestion builds. UD the strength. Only 50 cents. Sold b.v ti. Bi'auch, Druggist. Guaranteed. Attend College This Year. Never in the history of our country was there a grander opportunity than the present for educated young men, ^and women. What an auspicious moment for those who are just now on threshold of life. l\ Grand Island Business and Normal College has for fourteen years been the leading institution of its kind in the western states and last year more than twice as many calls were received for its graduates as could be supplied. Everything necessary for a successful start in life is taught—Business, Nor mal and Shorthand courses. Expenses low. Board only $1.50 per week. One year's time given on tuition if desired.* College Record sent free, or for six cents will send elegent catalogue. "*y Address, A ZiiuJiz A. M. HAKGES, Prsident, Trand Island, Neb. Half Kates to Ktlnncsota State Fair at Hainlinv, Minn., Via the North Western Line, will be s^dd at one fair for rouiifl trip, to St. ©9,ul .or Minneapolis,-September 2 to 9, inclusive, limited to Sept 11. Apply to agents Chicago fe North-Western R'y.