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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, September 07, 1899, Image 1

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The New Jackets are here.
WE* ARE SHOWING FALL GOODS NOW.
There isn't the least doubt in our minds that our new Fall Stock
is all that it should be in Style, Quality and Price. There wont be
any doubt in your mind, either, when you see it. The only chance we
run of losing your trade, or that of any other shrewd, buyer, is in your
staying away. If you visit the store you will bay sooner or later.
,, We invite you to come, confident that the visit will be mutually profi
table.
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buy yet. It's a little early, we'll
admit but not too early to see the
new styles and find out where you
can buy cheapest.
There is no need of your send
ing away or going to any neigfi
V,boring town for cloaks or jackets
this year. Our line is up to date
in style, finish and lit*, and prices
that will sell them
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VOLUME XVII. HUJRLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1899.
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Do you contemplate buying
Carpets? rvr:,
If so do not buy until you have
seen our samples, displayed by a
patent Carpet-display
er, sixty-four
yards of each pattern is displayed.
Shows you how it will look in a
room, already matched and sewed.
Qualities dnd styles can be exam
ined and compared. Bring us the
size of your room and let us give
you the prices.
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M. ALLEN.
General Merchandise
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O. M. SMITH, Prop'r.
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HOW TO KILL TRUSTS.
Through Wise Legislation and Not by
the Destruction of National
Prosperity.
The struggle now going on in
the industrial and business cen
ters of this country is not new in
principle, being older^than civili
zation itself. There has been a
perpetual conflict between good
and evil. The farmer enriches
his field to raise big crops, and
there the weeds grow most luxu
riantly if permitted. Weeds lik-e
rich, well manured soil-as well as
corn, wheat and potatoes. The
wise farmer, however, does not
condemn his land because it
grows rank weeds, but if he is
wise he exterminates the weeds
to give his crops the better chance
to grow.
The two great political parties
offer two solutions for the exter
mination of the weeds of com
merce—the trusts. The demo
cratic party says abolish the pro
tective tariff. They admit that
this policy has made prosperous
times in the United States, but
they say the trusts have taken ad
vantage of the good times, and
are trying tc choke legitimate
competition. Thei'efore make
prosperity 'impossible and ydu
kill the trusts.
The republican party says kill
the trusts, but don't impovish the
business fieldiiJiMake war on the
weeds, but keep hauling on the
dressing"/-*-'
The difference in method! 11
be appreciated by the intelligent
farmers The farmer who would
try to rid [his farm of weeds by
burning up his manure, by refus
ing to cultivate his farm and keep
it in the best possible condition,
on the theory that the only way
to kill the weeds would be to make
the land so poor that it would not
raise anything, weeds included-«
would be considered craz}-. But
he would be -just as sane as is the
democratic proposition to kill the
trusts. The fact that trusts pros
per is an indication of general
good tiuies. The policy of wis
dom is to let the conditions alone,
but to make trusts, unlawful. This
is what the republicans propose
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to do-
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The democrats would make
times so very hard that honest
labor could not find employment,
that free soup houses would be a
necessity—just as they were in
the last democratic administra
tion—thereby hoping to starve
the trusts.
But the shrewcl farmer knows
that the last thing in his field to
surrender to the frosts and the
sand is the weeds. He turns the
cultivator on the weeds and makes
the soil more productive. He sees
no sense in ruining his farm to
abolish the weeds.
The same principle should'hold
good in the business world. Laws
that bring work for Americans,
that make markets for American
products, are not bad, even if
trusts take advantage of good
times. Kill the trusts, but don't
kill good times.—St. Cloud, Min
nesota, Journal-Press.
Hon.^Robert Dollard. ex-attor
ney general of South Dakota,
has decided to locate in Chicagfo.
Geti. Bucknerof Kentucky says
that national democracy will
never unite with Bryauistn.
.:%••• )A Word to Mothers.^
Mothers of children affected with
the crbup or a severe cold need not
hesitate', to administer Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It con
tains ab opiate nor narcotic in any form
and may be given as confidently to the
babe as to an adult. The great success
that has attended its use in the treat
ment of colds and croup has won for it
the approval and praise it ha9 received
throughout the United States aDd in
many foreign laqds. Fdr sale byE.
Braueh's drug fctore?
Hardware,
Tinware
Stoves.
Wheels! Ilicels! Wheels!
.,J20.00
buys a good wheel, with Morgan & Wright
tires: Below is a list of part of our.
riders on 1899 wheels:
Ray Hannura 'Tom Nielson Ed Schuwaltor Miss Verdi Rrown
Hay Pearl WormmoodPeter Sorenaon Miss Gertrude Thompson
Waltrier S. Nielson .hisl.in Bacon Miss FrieliutrV::vV
Wm aargent Otto Nielsen Otto llasmussen Mrs. Will Jenkins1'
Walter Palmer Palmer .lames Withee Charlie Garnice
Daniel Withee, S Patrick, Will Jenkins, Charley Pratt, Frank Brauch, Missi"
IStjKldard, Miss Edith Wormmood, Harry Bartle, Miles Bartle, A Christen^
sen, Hffclrctt, O. J. Brault, August Wested, Lillian Bacon. Joa Leberf
Ci Gearing, Lonnie Welch, Lease, Ray Near.
•*!l Keep your best eye on our Bicycle ad, and
call and examine OUR line before you pur-
•"•-V ELLIOTT & BACH.
pj 4* 4- L-%
TURIitfrfOONn BANK
Has the usual amount of
money on hand for Stock
Feeders,® Farmers and
business men. That
FARM LOANS
are made in 30 minutes,
and that this Real Estate
Agency has bargains in
St
PUMPS AND WINDMILLS,
and a Full Line of Well Material.
BRAD.BERRY
HURLEY,
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City^LiveryU''
|||S. W. KELLAR, Proprietor.
13. O.
in our line, ask
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SIB Good Rigs, with or Without Drivers.
flU^L€Y#, DI^AY LIJMG
All Orders Promptly Attended to and Goodsj
^Carefu
11y Handled
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it, and we
NUMBER 21.
Your Neighbors
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W. H,ROBERTSON
and Belting.
BROS.,
SOUTH DAKOTA.
This farmer bouglit cheap
fencing* A¥e keep a full line'
of good fencing, both in boards
and wir'3.
We also "keep a full line of
all kinds of lumber, and it goes
at the cheapest prices
If you want carpet-lining you"
will find it here also 1 ime,
brick, window screen fixtures,
cement, plastering hair, win*
dows and blinds, in fa t, if
you do not see what you want
will
it here in arshort time.
Corne ll! and see our. stook^ it-^rill cost you nothings
either produce it or get
tF. 3* VAUGrHANj Ag't^

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