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Ad dress THE BL4.DE, Toledo, Ohio. The Herald and Blade will be fur nished for $1.50 a year to subscribers who pay in advance. .-,-j Recent experiments show that all clashes of foodp may be completely di gested by a preparation called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di gests what you eat. 4s la the °nly combination of all the natural digest ants ever devised the demand for it has become epormous. It has never failed to cure the very worst cases of indigestion and it always gives instant relief. F. Vaughan, druggist. First publication February 7-5t. Notice to Creditors. In the Cnu'iity Court of tlie County 61 Turner, State ol South Dakota. In the' matter of tile estate of Sarah Jane Conway, deceased., Notice is hereby given by*the undersigned ad ministrator of the estate of darah Jane Conway, deceased, lo the creditors of, aud all persons having claims agaiust the said deceased, to ex hibit them with the necessary vouchers, within fonr months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at his place of business, In the town of Hurley, in the County of Turner, South Dakota. Dated at Hurley, S. I)., February. 7, isoi. Ira O. Ferguson, Administrator of the estate of Sarah Jane Conway, deoeased. J, W. Edmonds, Att'y for- Administrator. Lease of Common ^cliool Lands. Notice is hereby siven that on .March 20th, 1901, all unleased Common School lands in Tur ner couuty will be offered for lease at public auction, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m. at the front door of the Court House in said county. Dated Pierre, 8.1)., January 6th, 1901. D. Eastman, Commissioner of School and Fubllc Lands. WANTED—ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR acter to deliver and collect in South Dakota for old established manufacturing wholesale house. S900 a year, sure. pay. Honesty more than ex berience required. Our reference any bank in any city. Enclose self-addressed stamped en velope. Manufacturers. Third Floor. 834 Dear porn St, Chicago. f? S. GRAVES M. p. Physician and Surgeon. Calls promptly attended. Office aad resident .on Center Avenue. HURLEY SOUTH DAKOTA. GEO. E. VAUGHAN. M. D., Physician agd Surgeon. Office over Vaugban's Drug Store. Calls left at Vaugban's Drug Store or Residence. HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA. Calls answered promptly. Hurley Art Gallery, MRS. HIGH, SPMlrt alias t» Proprietor, Satisfaction Guaranteed. MO Y1ARS* igXPIRIENOS. 80IENTIFI0 AMERICAN, CURRENT TOPICS. Specially prepared articles on Cur rent Topics, explatoi-y.ahd instructive, are often just what the newspaper rpader wants. Readers of The Minne apolis Journal are to have this advan tage. February the 18th and the special mail edition for February 19th there appears in that paper the first of a series of articles under the title of The Current Topics Club. Ambng the subjects to be treated are "Colonial Governments of Today," with reference to the colouial ques tions that confront, our own country. "The Opportunity apd the Man," which will show whether the oppor tunities are all gone. "The Art of Living a Hundred Years,'! not a whimsical notion but a matter of scientific as well as popular .interest at this time. ••American Life a Century Ago," interesting and instructive compari sons and contrasts with the present. "The Woman's Club Movement," and what it is really accomplishing, and "What the Government Dpesfor'the People," a valuable and instructive insight into a matter about which the most of us have rather vague notions. These articles will appear daily in The Minneapolis Journal for at least four months, ^ack numbers may be obtained for a reasonable time The Journal containing these articles for three months ana a fine map of Da kota and map of the world fpr, $1.00 Persons who cannot take ordinary pills find it a pleasure to take DoW itt's Little Early Risers. They are the beet little liver pills eyer made, B. F. Vaughan, druggist, An I. 0. 0. F. Chart. We want one or two thousand more subscribers auu as a special in ducement this month, The Odd Fel lows World will give to each new subscriber absolutely lree a beautiful Odd Fellow chart. This chart is iqn 24 inches in size, contains all the emblems of the order, and would or nament any parlor or lodge room. It retails for 50 cents. To get this chart on these terms send us a postoffice or express order for $x.00 before January ist, 1901. Do not send personal checks. ODD FELLOW WORLD, Aberdeen, S. D. A Powder Mill Explosion Removes everything in sight so do drastic mineral pills, but both are mighty dangerous. Don't dynamite the delicate machinery of your body with calomel, croton oil or aloes pills, when Dr. Kings New Life Pills, which are gentle as a summer breeze,1 do the work perfectly. Cures Headache, onstipation. Only 25 cents at E. "Is your wife a good cook?" asked somebody of the young man who bad recently married. "Well, replied the young husband, thoughtfully, she can boil water with out burning it." \ri~y •. Reports show a greatly increased death rate from throat and lung troubles, due tp the prevalence of croup, pneumonia and grippe. We ad vise the use of One Minute Cough Cure in all of these difficulties. It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results. Children like it. 3. F. Vaughan, druggist, v: £35. IS, To Presidential Inaugural ac Washington, D. c., and Keturn Via the Uorth-Western Line. Excur sion tickets will be sold February 28, March 1, and 2, but not for trains ar riving Chicago before March 1, limited for return to leave Washington until March 8, inclusive. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. .* For the weakness and prostration fol lowing grippe there is nothing so prompt and effective as One Minute Cough''Cure, This preparation is highly endorsed as an unfailing rem edy for all throat and lung troubles and its early use prevents consumption. It was made to Cure quickly. B, F. Vaughan, druggist."1 You can pay your taxes at the Bank of Hurleyv There is always danger in using counterfeits of DeWiu's Witch Hazel SalveV The original is a safe and cer tain euro for piles. It is a soothing and healing salve for sores and all skin diseases. B. F, Vaughan, drug gist. Ac TRAM MARKS. OKSIOMa. OOPVRIOHTS fee. ioa of PATOttS *Mt ftee^^r4^ MUNN A CO., ilnriwiu 1 "A powerful engine cannot be rur. with a weak boiler, and we c»n't keep up the strain of an active lifo with a wfeak stomach neither can we stop the human machine to make repairs. If the stomach cannot digest chough food to keep the-body strong such a preparation as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure should be used. It digests what you eat and it simply can't help but do you good. B. F. Vaughan, druggist. 'V* J1 From Our County Cor«| respondents and Exchanges. PARKER. From the Press N. Cornish has sold his 320 acre farm south of town for Si 1.500. Helmick Johnson and family and Mrs Dimis Newby started for their new home in Washington Tuesday. Hans Bondesen and Dora O. Keefe, both of Hurley, were united in mar riage Wednesday afternoon by Judge Elliott. 1 The last news received from C, G, Pratt and wife was that their traip hai jumped the track away out in the desert, but no one was hurt. M. T. Hoyt, publisher of this paper, and Mrs. S. M. Peterson of St. Louis, Mo.., were married Wednesday after noon at three o'clock by Rev- Frank Du Moulin, rector of St. Peter'§ church, Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt arrived in Parker yesterday, CENTERVILLE, Krom the Chronicie. Vf. E, Ege is now sole proprietor of the penterville Telephone Exchange, having bought up all other interests. RogsOlney, a printer on the Journal force, received a message from Mitch ell, Monday conveying the sad news of the death of his- wif$. As an instance of the care that is being taken here tnat small-pox shall not get a foothold in our city, it is re lated that a young drug clerk received a letter from a young lady in Beresford lately, and in order that it might be thoroughly disinfected placed it in a jar of asafoetida for two days before breaking the seal. The Chronicle editor interviewed a utiuivci iit uiiF *c%i~uj6iS r6ioviV6 tO vup oflfect a comparatively snowless winter will have upon the crops the coming season, It seems to be the prevailing opinion that.the heavy rainfall of last summer and fall with the usual spring rains will give sufficient moisture to start the grains in good shape. The old saying th^t 'a heavy fall of snow is a poor man's manure' cuts no figure a$ a soil invigorator further than to pro vide moisture, and.that the freezing of the surface does not harm, as the land will work up the better when the frost is out. Of course this theory is in op position to that of our fathers, but it is that of i*om& of the old settlers in this vicinjty and is valuable, No Right to Ugliness. The woman who is lovely in face, form and temper will always have triends, but one who would be attract-* ive must keep her health. If she is I weak, ssckly and run down, she will be nervous and irritable. Ifshe has con? stipation or kidney trouble, her impure blood will cause jjimples, blotches, skip I eruptions and a wretched complexion.] Electric Bitters is the best medicine in] tne world to regulate stomach, liver I and kidney and to purify the blood. It I gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make a good-looking, charming woman of a ruu down invalid. Only 50 cents at E. Brauch's Drug Store. 2 A Most Liberal Offer. All our farmer readers should take advantage ©f the unprecedented club-1 bing ofler we this year make, which includes with this paper The Iowa Homegtead, its special Farmers' In stitute Editions and The Poultry Farmer. These three publications! are the best oi their class and should! be in every farm home. To them we add, lor local, county and general news, our own paper and make the price of the four one year only $1.75. Never before was so much superior reading matter offered for so smallan amount of money. The three pa pers named, which we club with our own, are well known throughout the West and commend themselves to the reader's iavorable attention upon] mere mention. The Iowa Home-' stead is the great agricultural aad I live stock paper of the West the| The Poultry Farmer is the most, practical poultry paper for the farmer] while The Special Farmers' Institute Editions are the moat practical publi cations for the promotion of good farming ever published. Take ad vantage of this great offer, as it wil hold good for a short time only. Samples of these papers may be ex amined by calling at this office. Excursion Rates to the Mardl Grus apd 1%**' Winter Besorts, J^4 Via the North-Western Line. On acvi count of the Mardi Gras at New Orleans and Mobile, excursion tickets wjil be sold February II to 17,'inclusive at very low rates,j^Jwi^ed for return passage until ^lar^f5[. 'Exclusion tickets are also on sale daily, at re? duced rates, to the principal wfnter re» sorts.in:the United States and Mexico. For full information apply to ticket agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. O Interest paid on time deposits at Bank of Hurley, ,•*'