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HURLEY. S. D. APRIL 1&. 1900. OFFICIAL- PAPER. PjUBIiibHED B\ w. c. BROWN. Mksibkk ok South Dakota Pkkhs Association. KKMS $1.50 Pkk Ykae. In Advance ft HURLKl MAKKKTS. CORRECTED EVERY WEEK, Wheat-^No. 1 Northern—52. Wheat—No. 2 Northern, new—05 Flaxseed—1.47. Oats—No. 3 White—I9c. Rye—40c. Barley-—25c. Corn—28c. IJogs—$5.0 i(®$5.10 pftr Rattle—$3.75 (a) $4.50 per cwt. LOCAL MENTION. You can pay your taxes at the Bank bf Hurley. Remember, six for a quarter at John .Bucl^stead'a Interest paid on tiole deposits at Bank of Hurley. Foreign exchange bought and sold at Bank of Hurley. -"V- Republican County Convention. •A republican couuty convention will be lieltl in Kendall's liiill, at Parker, on Wednesday May 2.19 0, at 12 o'clock M., for the purpose of Meeting tturty-threei33) delegates to the repub lican state convention to be lield at Sioux Falls, Wednesday, May 2J), 1900'r Tlfc basis of Ceuterville, 9G-52 City. 1st ward 2d ward. 3d ward... Parker, 0D-53. Hurley, 98-53...... Marion, 9-54 Daneville, 9G-53 Turner, 97-52. ... Sxv'.ui Lake. 87-53.— Serine Valley. 9"-*54......i. Xdylwilde (Salem), 07-55 pfiddleton, ns-52. Kin: Vote. Del. .. 53 4 -.47 3 .. 28 2 .. -k a .. 45 3 3 2 3 20 2 54 4 1BJ 7 "8 0 .. 07 4 City. 1st ward.. ... 2d ward.. .. 3d wunl... .. RT 4 .. 08 4 h" fO A ... 3 3 63 4 32 3 Jvorwa.v, 98-54...... Cliildstown, 98-55..t.'Vi/ .., German town, 99-.M. .... ,, 41 llosefleld, 99-55 :co Home, 100-02.... :. .... Brothersfield, 100-53 ,... Monroe, 100-54, boltoii, 10'1-50 .. C5 4 1- 8 ., CK1 4 %. 27 2 .. 43 3 4» 3 •f'.36 3 It Is recomniend°d tliat preeinfct cfiucttses be held Wednesday, April as at the last polling places. Dated at Hurley* & D., April .11, looo. »K .. KMLEIiBuauch, Chairman, Republican Cauciisi A republican caucus will be held fit Opera nail, Hurley, Wednesday. April no, 1000, at the iiour of 3 o'clock u. iiu Mr the purpose of elect ciug sei-'en (7) delegates to attend the County con vention to be held at Parker rtn Wednesday, May 2.1900. By order oi EliilEuiiRAUCH, Committeeman. Notice to Clean up. Notice is hereby giyen to all own tis or occupants of property within the limits of the incorporated town of Hurley, that it is necessary for the 4iealth of the citizens of the town, and for the general appearance there of, that all lots, streets .arid alleys, should at once be cleaned of the ac cumulated filth arid rubbish of win ter. ', In cases where parties fail" to re spond to this notice within a reason able time, the town authorities will pausfe the same to be done at the ex pense of the occupants or owner. D. C. WARD, Town Marshal. Fraternals may differ radically in the way they are Managed, and the laws controlling them liiay be very far from being in unison yet, their final aims are the same, viz.: the Up lifting and maintenance ol the wid ows and orphans who might other Wise be left helpless and starving in this cold world. The Best Remedy tor Klteuiiiutixm- '•^JQOICK RELIEF FROM PAIN. rUl All who use Chamberlain,s Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with the quick relief from pain which it af fords. When speaking of this Mr. D. N. Sinks, Of 'Troy, Ohioj says: "Some time ago I had a severe at tack of rheumatism in my drm and shoulder. I tried numerous reme dies but got no relief Until I was rec ommended by Messrs. G. F. Parsons & Co., druggist^ of this place, to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. They rec ommended itso highlyithat^ I bought a bottle. I Was soon relieved of all I havelinee recommendetLthis inient to many of n)y friends, who :^pree with me that it is the best rem edy fpr- miisiculdr'rfi^imallSrfi' In the ?For sals by E.JBr&ucft'ij Drag£st»r«l. mmm* repre sentation for eaeli precinct slyill foe one delegate it large aiid one add itionid delegate for each twenty (20) votes or major fraction thereof, cast for the Hon. Kirk U-. Phillips for governor at the (dectlon in C8D8. l'lie several precincts are en titled to delegates as follows: Precinct. There was a light freeze Tuesday nisht- 'f Mighty poor weather this week for the local editor. Most of the small grain" was In the ground before the rain caiiiei This is a good time t'o paint your buildings-*-no dust to bother: An occasional shower Tuesday kept things moistened up in gdod shape. \On account of the rain Dr. Jen nings did not arrive until Tuesday evenings The ten per cent discount sale oh shoes, hats and caps, still continues at Ferguson's. Ren Swan is now right hand man to the editor in the mechanical de partment of the Herald office. If you do your trading with the merchants who advertise you will get the best at the lowest price. Eggs for hatching from scored barred plymouth rocks. 75 and 50 cents per setting. E. J. Thompson, Hurley S. D. Terre Murphy and family have moved iuto their house which he re cently purchased of the Building & Loan Association. Did you know that summer had come and laces, ribbons, and dainty goods are now in season? Vou can find them at Mrs. Robinson. The Herald has made arrange ments by which it will supply the Herald and the Sionx Falls semi weekly Argus Leader for $2 a year. All local matter to insure publi cation should be in the hands of the printer not later than Tuesday eve ning. Copy for advertisements should be in by Tuesday noon. At Tuesday's election Parker went anti-license by a majority of 26. If the present sentiment holds out}, it will be hard sledding for any drug .store saloon which may start up If troub ed by a weak digestion, loss ol appetite, or constipation, try a lew doses of Chamberlain's Storn ach and Liver Tablets. Every box warranted. For sale at E. Brauch's Drugstore. Ferguson has just put in a line of hand-painted porcelain ware, which he is going to give away. It will be money in your pocket if you invest igate his coupon system. Coupons given on ail purchases. Geo. Wormwood had the mis fortune to lose his valuable stallion last Friday night, colic being the cause of the animal's death. The blow is pretty hard one on George, but he started east Saturday in search ol one to take his place. £ee that Bush & Gerts or Hackley is on the fall board of your piano. I have just sold a piano to the ladies of the Eastern Star of Sioux Falls, for the Masonic Temple. After looking' for two months, over die different makes handled here and taking one on trial they have decided on a Bush & Gerts, style 13. Chap pel organ at cost. Sold by A, S. Paddock, Sioux Falis. It is reported that a change of tin\e will soon be made on the Great Northern railroad, by which the passenger train for Sioux Falls and St. Paul will reach Davis at 8:17 in the morning, and the passenger from the above named cities will be due there at about half past Seven. The through traiu will run between Sioux City and St. Paul) a change from this line being necessary at Garret son. After May 1} all notices and ad vertisements of entertainments given by church societies or lodges for the purpose of raising money will be charged for at regular rates. The regular price for locals is five cents per line. This is a new departure for the Herald, but most newspapers in the state follow this plan. Paper, help, ink, aud everything (even to the lye) iised about a printing office costs money and those benifited by its use should pay for the same. W: Mr. Wmi W. Frisbie, who died at Sioux City. Tuesday, April lo aged 79 years, was an uncle of W. H. and K. B: Stoddard of Middleton town ship* Mr. Frisbie was a Dakota pio neer, having settled near What is now Richland, Union county^ in July, i860, .and it is said that he turned, the fast iurrow and sowed the first wheat in tha^ county. He was 3 meMbe^'of the first 'territorial h*s fcpujV.huc Jfoitie tn Siotix City lor a nv.mber.of ysare. «&fbeta Tax list at Turner County Banlc. Five good horses for sale by John Fitch. ". 3% V* Garden making is how the order of the day. The Bank of Hurley has the offi cial tax list for 18991 Young chicks for sale at $6. per hundred by E, J. Thurben Fraternal affiliation is the fculminat ing point to true manhood. At Tuesday^ elec ion Centerville gave 12 majority against license. I That Bee-Hive baking powder at Ferguson's is all right. Tfy It. A good sewing machine can be bought for $7.00 at J. J. Mansfield's. The La Crosse laundry basket is sent every Monday froth Sargent's stofe. Did you know that Mrs. Robinson carried a nice line of ready-to-wear goods for ladies? Ed Brier has traded his farm east of town for a livery and dray bus iness at Orange City, Iowa. Children's party Friday evening, April 20th. Come and bring all the children and have a good time. Did you know that yon could get prettier hats at Mrs. Robinson's for less money than any other place in Turner county? Miss Emma Franke has rented rooms over Bradberry Bros, store, and will §oori open a dressmaking establishment there. There is no brand of coffee su perior to Thompson & Taylor's, and Ferguson has put in a full line. Try it it you want the best. *. F. E. Near is now connected with Allen's Agency as solictor. He has purchased T. J. Hill,s fast team, and don't propose to take anybody's dust. Rev. Doherty will hold services at the -Episcopal church Tuesday, April 24. There will be services at 4 p. m. and 8 p. All cordWly invited. Quite a number have commenced the "cleaning up" program. Let the movement be general, and the alleys, lots, ect. be put in a perfect Sanitary condition. Sunday night and Monday fore noon this section was visited by a fine rain, which will cause the sniall grain and grass to sprout and grow in great shape. E. E. Berry this.week received $45 from the head castle of the Brother hood of American Yeomen' as siek benefit for the five weeks he was un able to attend to business. The "Uncle Josh" combination which went to Viborg Saturday eve ning was greeted with a good house, ana we understand their -rendition-ol. the play was very satisfactory. A meeting will be held April 25, 1960 at 3 p. m. in Hayward's Hall, Parker, S. D. to discuss the advisa bility of the formatiou of .a Turner County Association of Poultry Breeders and Bee Keepers. The Woonsocket Times has the following item regarding spiltz for feed: Our neighbors who sowed spilth last season are JA well pleased with it and will sow a much larger acreage this year. It is a better feed than oats or barley and will yield about twice as much as either. It is not affected by dry weather, but grows right along just the same. In a few years it will no, doubt be large ly gJown in this country) and will make one of the finest feeds for dairy cows. We would advise those who sow this seed for the first to put in at least two bushels an acre Where it si sown broadcast. Thin seeding does not pay and will always give thin crop. One of our Eastern exchanges gets oft the following: He was shot in old Kentucky, where they make the mountain dew, and mothers feed their babies on hot revolver stew where you -wake up in the ttiornipg shot full of bullet holes, and you find your Sole companions are disem bodied souls He was shot in old Kentucky where the aim i's always true, and the principal amusement is shooting people through whetfe the doctohs us afi medicine fof all the hu man ills a dose or two of bullets in stead of giving pills. He was shot in old Kentucky, where "fufeds" grow on the trees) adkl the bullets Mirt the rifled buzz through the afr like befes whefe the instHiments thgy play on wh^thtey^Y^a jdatfc4ftr Jaire jttieir ahd they "-call bft': torxth a ptfp. County Educational Convention at Parker. PROGRAM. I /i Friday evening, April 27. Address by Dr. J. W. Heston, Pres. State Agricultural Collego, Brookings. Saturday 10 a. m. •, County Teacher's Association. Music by pupils of Parker Schools. Practice lesson in Primary reading, with class. Miss Wallace, Parker. Paper. How to secure greater co operation with patrons. Prof. Harden brook, Marion. Music- Miss Caldwell's choral class. Address by Hon. E. E. Collins, state Superintendent ol Puplic Instrnction. Saturday 1p.m. School Officers' Convention. Music, Parker City Schools. Paper and discussion. What test of fitness Should be demanded by the pub lic in selecting thb district officers? Papet- and discussion. Are the schools getting value received for the aunual expenditures for teachers' sal aries? If not what is the remedy? Paper-and discussion. Improving the school property—a.needed reform. Persons have been selected to lead 111 the discussions, but it is desired that all who are interested in the schools of the county shall feel free to participate. The public bordially invited to all ol these meetings. Free entertainment will be provided by the Parker teachers and citizens to those coming from a distance and stay ing over night. All desiring entertainment, please notify the county superintendent as arly as possible. Meetings will be held in the M. E. church. Remarkable liescuo. Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plaiofleldi III. makes the statement that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician, but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of con umpticn and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Disovery for Consumption: she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from first dose. She continued its use and after taking six bottles, fouiid herself sound and well: nbw does her own housework, and is as Well as she ever was. Free trial bottles of this dreat Discovery al E. Brauch's drug sfore. Only .50 cents and $1.00, every bottle guaranteed. START RiOHT To the thousands of settlers who are now coming into the Dakotas we want to urge the importance of be ginning farming along right lines to meet the peculiar conditions of this country. It is worse than useless to attempt Maine, Illinois or Kentucky farming in Dakota fields. The Da kotas have lost more wealth and more citizens from a lack of under standing our peculiar conditions than from all other causes combined. The farmer who settles on our prair ies must turn his back on past sur roundings and grapple with Dakota soil 5 and -climatic condition! that have been successfully here( and farmers who have advanc ed in their efforts have not been the result of chancing anything but are the end of a comprehensive apprecia tion of Dakota conditions. To the beginner here nothing is more im portant than a journal devoted to Dakota farm interests, and in the Dakota Farmer published at Aber deen, S. D. this much needed thing is found. It is filled from beginning to end with the best practical Dakota farm literture obtainable, Every new settler on Dakota plains should be gin right by subscribing for it. CrODS FREK TO INVKfiTOJRS. The experience of C. A. Snow & Co. in obtaining more than 20,000 patents for inventors has enabled them to helpfully answer many ques tions relaling to the protection of in tellectual prosperity. This they have done in a pamphlet treating briefly of United States and foreign patents, with cost of same, and how to procure them trade marks, de signs, caveats, infringements, deci sions in leading patent cases, etc., etc. This patnphlet will be sent free to anyone writing to C. A. Snow & Co., Washington, D. C. -v.' -. FRATERNALISMS. Fraternity 15 enthusiasm fo'r hu manity. A well told story is like a sunbeam to a sick brother. Fraternity values man more than mammon."' This -is cinsecritJrig a current political cant phrase to noble uses* Tfh£ Wickers In the,tqtige-JrdoirL Are ajl tight. It's the IfiKkegA' vfytp *io fiot |tifck, -out 'oft the straits who hurt Botietv. From Our County Cor respondents and Exchanges. Ml DDL ETON. Middleton, April 19, 1900.' Our spring term of school, district 21, commenced last week Tenus Hansen teacher. -. Ed Brier has gone to Orange City with the intention of trading his farm lor a Livery and Dray business. Jean Sargent dropped his studies at the University and came up and ate Easter Eggs under the home roof. Mrs, Bradberry was visiting her son Jess at Sioux Falls last Saturday she reports all the Middleton boys in good health,. Several are sick in the neighbor hood including H. Timmerman and some of the children Julia Stoddard and baby Hausser. VIBORG. From the Enterprise Earl Skinner is elated over die ar rival of a young butcher at his home. Mother and son doing well. Our popular hotel keeper, J. J. Nielsen and Miss Sena Nelsen were married today at the Lutheran church. The fellows that persist in sneaking around the Woodmen on evenings when they meet, trying to listen to what is going on, will run into a sur prise party some of these nights. The boys may take you in and intro duce you to the goat, who is vei*y ugly oh such occasions. »'. PARKER. From the Leader. Marshal Babcock is hjaving the iron roofing on his large feed barn taken off and replaced with shingles. Marion junction is to have a news paper, which will make the tenth in Tumer county. Marion has had a number of ventures in this lirte but always failed to come to the front with adequate support anH the paper would turn up its toesies. The new venture will be operated by Waldo J. Stearns, of this city, who has a good outfit, and is a practical news paper man and will give the Marion ites a spicy publication. We wish Mr. Stearns the best of success.'— Bridgewater Democrat. 1'roln I'1C New Bra. duced 1 William F7 Peterson and Clara sen, two of Viborg's popular young people, were married in this city 011 Monday, Justice Pier officiating. Healey & Casselman of Sioux City have bought the George McCullough half section farm in Prairie Rock for $6,000 and the Alf. Howard eighty- acre farm and the Dave Kibben 160 acre farm-, west of town, of F. C, Danforth for $4,800. Fred H. Clark writes us from San Jose, Cal.: "Please change my ad dress of the New Era to Sparta, Wis., as California will very soon know me no more. I get out in order to let some poor, deluded mor tal take my place and try living on CalifoJrnian climate. Picking straw berries in old Wisconsin is good enough for me now Frank Haywara resiaence had a close call from incineration on Mon day forenoon last. A tinner was at work soldering eavetroughs on the porch, when a spark flew from his, soldering fl&e and fell in some flax, straw around the pump ait the rear of the house. The tinner noticed' the spark fall, and, not seeing any fire come from it, Went On with his. work a short distance away. Mrs.' Barclay saw the straw and platform1 on fire, and gave the alarm. The: tinner, Mr. Morgan, ran over to the store and "'phoned the Wentworth,: and ia a jiffy the fire bell was clang ing ami 'the firemen were at the fire.", The fire Was promptly extinguished but not before considerable 'damage* was •clone to the window and sidings on the north end of the house. The lai^ily Were not "at Some" at the?ti|r»e. A'disgruntled member does a fra terpal society mqr« kah*jh&$ alj jthd ve '.aid line'' ,- siysteth j)ui [together. r' PERSONAL.. Tuesday Frank Hannuip returned from his Chioago trip. -E. L. Rees and wife returned Eagle Grove Wednesday. '"f M. E. Layne is looftipg after bis Hur ley interests this week., D. Ward was at Oran'Sj^ dfty" Iowa this week bn business. Fiev. J. J. Mclntire has been visiting in Hurley during the past week. Ed Ray came up from Yankton Sat urday for a visit with Hurley friends. Miss Minnie Rees came up from Yankton Saturday returning Monday. Miss Flo.y Mills is at Sioux Falls Aisiting with her sister, Mrs. H. J. Pier. Mrs, Annette Quigley of Parker is visiting with Mrs. A, J. Alleu this week, Mrs. Easley and Clarence started Wednesday for their new home at Fort Dodge,'Iowa. John Parsons, Glenn and Jean Sar gent came up from Vermillion Satur day, returning Monday. 1, Miss Vera Brown arrived from Sioux Falls Wednesday eyeningj and will re main at home over Sunday. Charles G. Seifert, representing the Dubuque Harness & Sadlery Co., was looking after business in Hurley this week.: -v.-- y. t, Story of a Slave. To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery. Geo. D. Williams, of Manchaster, Mich., tell how such a slave was made free. He says: "My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone. After using two bottles of Elec tric bittero. she is wofidepfulJy.imprj'ed and able to do her own work." This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness, sleeplee ness, melancholy, headache, backache fainting and diz2y spells. The tniracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly, run down people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 60 Cfents. Sold by B. Brauch, druggist. Very Ldw Rates go Hot Springs S. Oak. Via the North-Western Line. Excursiori tickets will be sold for. trains arriving at Sioux City, Iowa, in time to connect with F. E. & M. V. special train leaving Sioux City 8. 00 p. m., May '7, limited to 20 days, from date of sale, account of A. O. tJ. W. .meeting. Apply to agents Chic igo Itforth Western Ry. Tlio Uo»t Blood Purllteir. The blood is constantly being puri fied by the lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep these organs in a healthy condition and the bowels regular and you will have no need of a blood puri fier For this purpose there is noth» ing equeai to Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, onte dose ot them will do you more good than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier. Price 25 cents. Samples free at E. Brauch's Drug Store. We advise our readers to buy Yick's Seeds -fa THE BEST THE WORLD PRODUCES. The handsomest and most complete catalogue the house has ever issued sent free, pro vided you state in what you are most interested—FloWers, Veg etables or Small fruits. Ad dress. JAMES VICK'S SONS. Rochester, N. Y. NOTICE-BIR* FOR BRIDGKS Notice is hereby given that Aids to liuild 1 wm one"' bridge in Salem townsUlp. riue in Turner town sUiit. niul to rebuild one fa Oeiitervllle township^'" will lift received by this ofliee until 10 a. m.ifcfr ...is .. April 2G, 1900. Hrldgcs jo be bullt iii.-jkeeorfUnoe.' wrtu plaim Hiid'siieeiftcatiouB on llleUi the oftioe,*--: of the countv auditor. The Tlu-lit to reject any or all bids is reserred-fc" by tbe Imard of county commicslonei's. -if Dated at Barker. S. D., Mar. 20. 1900.- Jos. f. Graver) County Auditor, Hy order of -the Voard of county commission era. Voltfan icTDrupliofls Ace grand, bat skin emiptions rdb, life of joy. Biteiilen's Atfnitea Salve4 cures them also old, running ao'd er sores, ulcere boils, felons, .eornai'# warts,ciils, bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hatads,'chilblains. Best .pile eyre on earth. Drives out pains affdr --Qjrty 2icts, a,4£x. tWiteed. Sold by E. Braaeh, Oru^isk is