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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, April 19, 1900, Image 4

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iJ|Sliul^aS tuameeaalways a^big tiling here. Whyi Simply because
we give this important line tlie attention it deserves. By shrewd and Careful
buying%e arable to offer more styles and better styles than any of our com
petitory A careful inspection of our line will convince you of this fact.
I *•$* Htfe are again af the frc&t with a larger stock than ever before of
Reliable! Drugs and Druggist's Sundries. Tours for square deals,
ESTABLISH'ED^188t.
^JSTalliPaper, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Alabastine, Etc.,
*ind-we are .carrying the largest line of these goods in Turrfer County, and
defy successful contradiction.
%5\Ve are filling orders from goods actually on hand, and do not sell from sample books, to avoid taxes. Also carry a fair line
spring goods, sucli as:—
B&ssW Balls and Bats, Ball Masks and Mitts, Hammoclsl
IrPisliing Rods and Lines, Kites, Marbles,
and many other articles too
numerous
Give xis^a chance to figure^ri your paper and paint ordei^|
Corisidering teility, convenience, etc., %v can compete
th 1.1 ny of the catalogue houses, whidh cLo not
pay one ccnt toxx's hcre, help improve
your roads or bullcl up jfour towns.
*-*k.3Sg»_. "A word to the wiso is sufficients He who Iielps build up his neighbor Ciiii rightfully expect something in return.
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-If ^'^emembet the same old pl&cfe'that has been with -p-j pp-p TYni P8 R+ OfP
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That means thatjiWe not only hav^ the goods that people want, but that
e^sfell them at prices they are willing to pay. This storef attracts the
^rg^fffttimber bf people because it offers best values, is up to date, and
everything is clean and fresh. The Store is busy when other store§ are
uiet, because? a"majority of the people find it to their interest to
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CLOSING OTJT OUR ENTIRESTNE OF HAT8 r,
Sikj|ieiy^4ipyB5 and.chiltU^ns.^ In order to make room.for our Dry Goods, which we intend to make.more of a specialty, we will
^dose out'Wr-entire line of HjSlTS at'less than wholesale-prices. Oorne diid make yoitr selectidn eMly, this snap will riot last long'
xjhe da6?pnly, Saturday, April 28,1900, when we jwill giv^ 20 per dent
discountforxashi tidjpQjfe rtded be §aLid, ydti know whkt:j"^
H|M#pric# pkd foif"
to mention.
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EMIEL BRAUCH,
where
The reign of ^ash dress goods is clo^e at liantl You shoilld niake selec
-Utions now while our stock of-|vash goods is complete, and prices are right.
Have your dresses ready for ilid first hot spell. Our line of summer crash
skirts cannot be excelled by any one.
catfpLways be
found a full and r.orh-
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