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•.' Wheat—No. 1 Northern—58., Wheat—No. 2 Northern,—5&. Flax seed—1.23. Oats—No. 3 White—34c. Rye—42c. Barley—30c. 42c. Corn—45c. New Corn—42c. Hogs—$o.20(ai$5.4U per cwti Cattle—$3.00 (d $4.85 per c'wt. 4 Turner County Herald XXXX Coffee per package, 18 pounds of granulated sugar, HURLEY. S. D.. NOV. 21, 1901 OFFICIAL PAPER. PUBLISHED B"V W. c. BROWN. fyKMKKK OF SOUTH DAKOTA PRKHH ASSOCIATION. T«HMS (i.so PEAVSAB. In Aavaiu-e itfli UDRLBk MAUKETS. CORRECTED J2VERY WEEK. A. O. Welch has decided to move the house lately vacated by Jerry Murphy and family to a more cen tral location in town. 3 Union Thanksgiving services will be held at the M. E* Church next Thursday, Rev. M. M. Martin, of Sioux Falls delivering the sermon. J. H. Queal & Co., through their agent, Ray Washburn, have been distributing some extra quality oi lead pencils among their customers. By the failure of the Metropolitan bank at Tacomk, Washington, Thos. Holmes, who has been visiting in Hurley, meets with juite a financial loss. Gravel is being, dumped where the mud hole once existed, in front ot the Herald office, which is a pleas ant fact to those? who have occasion to drive that way, as well as to the editor ol this paper. Dr. Hindley's lecture, •"Will it Take" is spokeh of very hfjgttly by the press where he has appeared, artd the people of Hurley arid vicini ty .are assured that there is a tr&t in store for them which they should not miss. The lycfum bureau in sour ing Dr. Hindle^ aimed'" to get thd best to be had. Do not fail to him. at Opera hall, TH'tftsday evSi'ii- Jfovemliir 28. ^-Admission ^ao, 35 ana 45 cen'fev Reserved seats stt H. J. Pier's. Lecture at & o'clock^ :?W-. Having decided to leave Hurley about Jan. 15 and locate at Wilmont, Minnesota, in order to reduce my stock as much as possible before t&at time I offer inducements that surely will attract your attention and touch your pocketbook. In fact we will not miss a sale. We must reduce our stock. This is ':V Not an Advertising Dodge. '.*•!"' ''':V 1 We mean business, to our los& and your gain. Bqlow ^e give you a few prices space will not permit us to gjVe mtore: Children's fleeced underwear, sizes 16 to 20, sizes 22 to 36,. sizes 32 to 34, Ladies' Gent's per suit, "All common prints, pei* yard. .Heavy twills, per yard, Dress ginghams, per yard. Apron checks, per yard, All unbleached mucins, per yard, Tomatoes per can lo cents, 8 cans for StarcheB per packagey Yeast per papkage, All standard soaps, 8 bars for per suit, 1 All other goods, consisting of DryGoods, Hats, Ca^s, Gloves, Mittens, Shoes, Groceries, Etc., at proportionately ^)J low prices, Tax list at Turner County $a'nk. Go to J. H. Queal*s lor your hog and field wire lencing—they Slave the best. Storm windows are what you prob ably need, ahd you can get them at Queal's. Pabst's beer always on tap, and best Milwaukee bottled beers at Buckstead's. The American hog and ffcfd .'Wire fencing is the best. For safe' by J. H. Queal & Co. Reserved seats lor the Sherry en tertainment can be secured at Pio neer drug store. Money to loan on chattel security at reasonable rates, and on real estate at 6 per cent. John Fitch. See J. H. ^ueal & Co., if you are in need of any storm sash American' wire hog fencing, or posts. Presbyterian church next Sunday morning subject, "Not Driven For ward but Pressing Forward," even ing subject, "Eyes Opened."1 Services at M. E. church Sunday at usual hour. Subject in morning, ''The IVprage of Tomorrow," even ing, "The Sinner Cros£examined." J. H., Qtaeal & Co. can supply you with storm windows and doors and hard and soft coal —all neces sary for comfort during cold weather* The season of the year has arrived when you need gatfd lights, and H. J. Pier has just put in a stock of lamps that will fill the bill, besides being highly ornamental. New millinery, new shirt waists djress skirts, ladies', misses' and chil dren's mittens* underskirts, um brella shawls, bustles, hosiery, cor nets. Tailor made suits to order. Call and see' if we cannot fit, y6u— and in the latest and best Styles. Mr», M. A R^obinson. Rev. Geo. Hindley, the lecturer, gave jhis popitfsr lecture, ,cWill mm '••"•'J*:•' it Take" to a fi^Phouse. All were at home with'hipJit once. The lecture was scholarly .arid brilliant from be ginning tj, end. The wifcy remarks «(rae thiek^aj^ fast, piizzling the liearerfliow .to ca$ch tht?h'?all.—Her ald Haivlej/ MianJ 16c 30c 40c 90c 90c 05c 10c 08c 05c 05c 25c 05c 04c 25c 10c 1.00 1 O. M. ALLEN. Geo. Palmer is moving into his new house. Hard and soft coal ot the best brand at Queal's. Nice frosty mornings, just right to make the corn snap good. You cannot go wrong if you buy Wright's health underwear. For sale at Kimberly's. Vy Standard m^kes of sewing machines sold at Fawrup's for less than you will be asked to pay for job lots. Investigate this before you buy. Peter Allen has for sale, a small combined hot water and hot air fur nace, a medium size hard coal heater and a kitchen range. All in good rePair- •. From an announcement in this is sue of the Herald it will be seen that Hurley is soon to lose one ol its old est and best known houses—that of C. M. Allen, Mr. Allen having de cided to move to southern Minne sota. 'Lon has been so long iden tified -vfrith Hurley and its business interests that he will be greatly mis sed, as will also the entire family when they move away. I cannot recall a lecturer who has delighted me more or si subject so pleasing to the memory as your lec ture/"Will it Take?" Vour broad rich humor made toe latigh heartily, andf what is better, left me some thing to think about. The combin ing of sense and nonsense is a rare HUt in a lecturer, and thus you have peculiar genius—Prof Trumany Reader and Interpreter of Chaa. Dickens. The Sherry's Royal entertainers, peerless musicians, vocalists, char* acter impersonators," quick* change and specialty artists, at Opera house Sat. eve. Nov. *23, in a high class program of popular music, comedy sketches, refined irish, Hayseed, coon afnd various, other character impersonations, latest coon songs dancedy witty m^Xalogues, funny' sayings, etc. A i4fe treat for musi cal people, two hbixp solid ttin every thtajfc refined and up-to-date. Twenty differeril^charttcter specialties, 09 :4uick vr&jts. Chalices, Admission- 15-25^50. Asocial dance after corie'ert. Fine Arcrit and four buckle overshoes at I^ftriiberly's.' Flax seed meal for sale at the Hurley mill. Dr. Vaughan is now prepared to treat eyes and fit glasses. Many farmers will finish husking this week if the weather continues good. Owing to some difficulty with the heating plant, there was no school Monday. Two good work horses for sale cheap by Karl Hoefs, Jr. five miles west of Hurley. "Attractive, delightful, eloquent and humerous" describes the lecture delivered by Dr. f-iindley. Pure cider vinegar, 25c per gallon, and a number of empty vinegar bar rels, for sale at Alderman Fruit Farm. Sale of reserved seats for Dr. Hinley's lecture will open at H. }. Pier's Monday fnorning. Parties holdine season tickets can then re serve their seats. Thos. Fickle keeps constantly on tap and in bottles the best Mil waukee beer alio brandy, whiskey, wines, etc., and a choice line of ci gars. Wanted ak once,' a good tree can vasser for Hurley sti^d vicinity, no commission, will pay a good salary to the right parly. Address F. S. Smith, Davis, SJ D. D. pi, Ward, J. A. Layne and John Downing were at Swan Lake after ducks last Friday, and they re port that as a reeult of theit- labors they brought home forty fine speci mens, which, no doubt, were quite toothsome. In order to give the Herald force a chance to rest on Thanksgiving day, the paper will be printed Wed nesday, afternoon, and all having ad vertisements or other matter for pub lication will please govern them selves accordingly. The German Medicine Co under the Supervision of Mock-Sad-Alii, will open for one week of entertain ments at Opera hall Monday, Dec. 2. /This company gave good shows when here before, and has since been considerably strengthened. In Clay county,- with about three fouftlis the area of Turner county, the publication of the delinquent tax list and the scavenger list netted the prifcter the snug little sum of $218.15 while in this county the same work amounted to less than $100 Geo. R. Owen, formerly in the newspaper business at Chamber lain, S. D., but for the past three or four years engaged in printing legal blanks, bank and other work in the job printing line at Mitchell, died suddenly Sunday night. s—. TAKE NOTICE, From now till Dec. 15th, I will sell all ol my trimmed hats, felts and fancy^ feathers at greatly reduced prices in order to close out my win ter stock before the season is over. If you want a winter hat now is your opportunity. Respectfully, MRS. M. A. ROBINSON. —-—t Dr. Hindley is superb! His lec ture "Will it Take" certainly will wherever wit arid eloquence and noble thought are Appreciated. It is an evening of entertainment and in spiration combined. Our people were delighted and want him again. I give my most cordial commenda tion of Dr. Hindley and his broad work for good that he is doing by his lectures.—Freeman E. Lurton, Ph. D., Supt. of Schools, Montecelo, Minn. The Christmas number of the De lineator is about the first of the* special Christmas issiles. It is a beauty. The cover is a most artistic production, Showing a beautifully gowned wotilan, standing gracefully in a brilliantly lighted salon. Two charming lovfe stories, one by Cyrus Townsend Brady, plenty of advice regarding Chrirtmai gifts, timely pointers on cookery, winter-time care of plants, all the fashions of the day 'interpreted into simple language can be found in the Christmas number of ,the Delineator. It is a splendid magazine, satisfactory inside an3 There is. no magazine foi1 wo out. jnen a^t present published ttipt is tnor^ ifcrajpticalip all its £aged. May Plowed," Best Patentj'' liye Flour, Wheat Grabatii, Rye Graham, Corn Meal, «i uMwii WALTER H. OMR'S Proclamation of good things for your Thanksgiving thinner, THURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1901* Choice eating Apples. Choice Bananas. Fresh Dates and Figs, Pop Corn. Sweet Cider. Fresh Bulk Oysters. Hickory Nuts. Fresh Nuts of all kinds. Seeded Raisins. Seeded Currants. ft. Bulk Olives. Furniture( Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Linoleum, Oil Cloth, Tapestry Curtains, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Curtain Rods, Stair Rods, Picture Moulding, Child's Carriages, Etc.. Etc. V': $1.00 'As Xm3i^ gift itself, it bftarS it owfi xec omnaendatidn a Sweet Pickles. Dill Pickles. 20 PHONE NO. 20. ALWAYS REPUBLICAN ALWAYS AMERICAN 1 Chsfmberlain' 9 Stomach and Liver Tablet^ cure biliousness, constipation h^dache. are e^yj to tekb and pleasant it*' efteot. .For sale by Hi J. pier's drug store. Choice Celery. Choice Cranberries. Bulk MinCe Meat. Catawba Grapes* Malaga Grapes, Mexican Oranges. Choice Candies. Orange peel. Lemon peel, Citron Choicest Teas and Coffees, Canned Goods, Groceries, etc., and everything in the eating line to make you thankful on that occasion. Come and see us. A A J" Until furthet* notice our products will be sold at following prices: S $1.00 per sack l.io 60 25 20 1 Tours $fuly, WALfER H. CABB. BUTFIFT AND EGGS WANTED. Hurley, S. D. NEW STORE* NEW STOCK. The Plafce to Ehiy Good Reliable Goods at this Lowest Prices. HORN 8L WRAY FURNITURE STORE, VY-, •. ,v,-v 'r. A Large Stock to ..Select ftdm ... Come in and get prices before buying elsewhere Hurley, South Dakota* The most complete and best equipped Si milling Jilant in the staite. We grind only the best wheat grown, and guarantee our gradeis of flour equal to any. Shorts, Bran, Ground Feed, Plax Seed Meal Screenings, 90 per 100V" 80 i.W 41 2.00 ft 60 per sack Feed Grinding, bulk, 2ic. per bu sacked, 3ic, per bu For wholesale prices call at the mill, or write. Goods Delivered Free Within fcbe fchc(6rporatton Every Wednesday, M. E. LAYNE, Prop'r, BES't POLITICAL WEEKLY IN THE United States. a I 0 ine Weekly Inter Ocean country, staining, »u the *newa and the best of literature. A FEW OF ITS KXCKL^KfcT JLITJCJBAK* rKAtCMS AiRlE Articles on home topics, Able Editorials on Live Topioa." Well Writteu Original Stories. Answers to queries, all subjects. Essays on Health. The later Ocean is a member of the La&an News Bureau and the associated Press, giving a news service that is absolutely unsurpassed in the world. Fifty-two Papers of 12 large pages. t1 As much good reading al'alei'^emagazine. Herald and Inter Ocean $1.50 pet Year. This Offekholds Good until January 1, 1902. I HURLEY, S. D. $1.00 Per "Year. a a on home topics, new books, and on work iti the farm •and garden, also stories of city life, army life, life everywhere. 1 iC$3ESEBi: A thousand things by iit are -done far battels than mosfr thipgs d© tpe. We refer,to Roc Icy Mountain Tea made "by MadisCrn Medicine Co. 85c. H, J. Pier, Ph. G.