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Turner County Herald.
HURLEY, S. D., JULY 16, 1903. OFFICIAL PAPER- ,/ ruuusiiKD ijy W. C. BROWN MBMI-.KU OK SOUTH DAKOTA I'KESS ASSOCIATION. TERMS $1.50 I'KH YF.AU I" Advance. C.&N. W.RY TIME TABLE. TRAINS GOING EAST. No. 18, Passenger No. 91 Freight 11 HURLEV MARKETS. 2:37 p. 1:50 p.m THAINS OOIKO WEST. No.SS, Passenger No. 3T, Freight— 3:35 p.m 10:10a. \V. F. Kobiuson, Agent. CORRECTED EVERY WEEK. Wheat—No. 2 Northern—72. 1 Wheat—No. 3 Northern,—70., Flaxseed—66c.(0'78c. Oats—No. 3 White—2Sc. No. 4. 2"c. Rye—32c,(a 34c. Bai'ley—27c(a23c. Corn—31(ii'33c. Hog's—$5.00@$5.05 per cwt. Cattle—$3.00 (cb $4.50 per cwt. 4 PERSONAL. rs'A. N. Apland was in town Monday. Miss Lotiie Mills- returned home Saturday. A. W. Anderson was at Reretslord this week. Roma Alderman has been in town this week. B. B. Allen of Sioux Falls was in town Tuesday. J. J. Evans and family returned from Canton Monday. Jas. Andrew came down from Wes sington Monday. Charlie Conklin took a trip to San born, Iowa, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. P. Jacobson re turned Tuesday from Sioux City. Miss Floy Mills went to Hawarden Wednesday, to visit Miss Patterson. George Bacon came up from Mission Hill Friday, returning: Monday. Commissioner Bach visited bis fam ily from Thursday until Monday. Claude Thompson and family were down from Parker Sunday, visiting' at H. J. Pier's. Miss Bertie Bacon .vsnt to Mission Hill Saturday to vis'.t with Justin Bacon and family. Georgia Bacon went to Running: Water Saturday, to visit her sister, Mrs. J.F. Bradberry. Mrs. T. S. Feseenden, Louie and Ed. and a Miss Mary Mines arrived last Friday from Oberlin, Ohio, v- E. V. Rees, left Monday evening for Winnipeg, Manitoba, returning to his work in the Free Press office. Mrs. A. A. Stout came down from Parker Saturday and is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Sanborn. R. W. Pratt, and wife were down from Parker Sunday, accompanied by Mrs. Pratt's sister, Miss Agnes Holt, of Sioux Cily. Mrs. A. J. Smith went to Sioux City Wednesday. She expects 10 attend one of the Nebraska summer schools during the rest of the summer. Miss Nellie Coulter of Sioux Falls, who has been visiting at the home of S. W. Kellar, returned home Monday accompanied by her cousin, Miss Etta Kellar. "Grandma" Hogan arrived home last Thursday from a yisit at Alton, Iowa. She was accompanied by MlssGertrude Murphy, who is visiting with relatives in Hurlev. David Murphy, wife and daughter ar rived from Kaneas City, Mo., Wednes day afternoon, for a visit with Turner county relatives and friends, all of whom will give then1, a hearty wel come. Very Itemark»:.le Cure of Diarrhoea, "About six years ago for the first time in my life I had a sudden and se vere attack of Diarrhoea," says Mrs. Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas. "I got temporary relief, but it came back again and again, and for six long years I have suffered more misery and agony than I can tell. It was wo 'se than death. My husband spent hundreds of dollars for physicians' prescriptions and treatment without avail. Finally we moved to Bosque couuty, our pres ent home, and one day I happened to see an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with aiestimonial of a man who had been cured by it. The case was so similiar to my own that I concluded to try the remedy. The result was won derful. I could hardly realize that I was well again, or believe it could bo so after having suffered so long, but that one bottle of medicine, costing but a few cents, cured me." For sale by H. J. Pier's drug store. Kttl|n_„ l&rlage is certainly a failure if1 Price ii5c. lets. .u\ Bank You may pay your taxes at of Hurley. Bank of Hurley has received the 1902 tax book. Subject at Christian Science church July 19th. "Truth." Considerable whooping cough in town among the children. The carpenters have the frame- up for W. B. Wood's new house. Kenneth Prosser got quite a bad cut in the left leg from a scythe. The largest variety of fancy and standard canned goods at Fawrup's. Croquet sets of various grade and prices—but all eheap—at H. j. Pier's. About thirty went from Hurley to attend the circus at Sioux Falls Wed nesday. Fine line of hammocks at H. J. Pier's, at prices so low that you will be sure to buy. Victor Lane is keeping bachelor's hall while his lamily are visiting friends in Nebraska. One farmer near Longmont, Colo rodo, this year received a net profit of $4,000 from six acres of strawber ries. Service at the Episcopal church Sunday at S p. m. Subject of ad dress: "Righteousness of the Phari sees.1' Over 300 tickets for Sioux Falls were sold at the Davis station of the Grert Northern Wednesday. Just a minute—Are you a crank on good coffee? If so try Ocean cof fee from H. K. Sanborn & Co. Mrs. J. P. Jacsbson, who recently underwent an operation in a hospital at Sioux City has returned home greatly improved in health, which improvement, all hope will steadily continue. For a lazy liver try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They invigorate the liver, aid the diges tion, regulate the bowels and pre vent bilious attacks. For sale by H. J. Pier's drug store. Subject at M. E. church, July 19, 1903: Morning, "The Tragedy of the Napkin." Evening, "The Ste nographer to whom Paul Dictated his Letters." You are most cordial ly invited to these services. Jas. Hazlitt has returned to his first love and is again in the newspa per business at Marion, having pur chased the Record. Here's hoping he may find a more renumerative field than that of the early '8o's. Parker and Hurley crossed bats on the Hurley diamond Tuesday. The score was 25 to 10, in favor of Hurley. It might have been differ ent, but the home club did not want to be too severe on the visitors. A return game will be played at Parker Tuesday. A deal was made this morning by which H. K. Sanborn & Co. transfer their stock of general merchandise to B. A. Chester, of Seneca, S. taking in part payment therefor half section ol land near Seneca. G. F. Sargent will have charge of the store for the present. your wife is subject to ueauacn.es ana 1 does not uee^ladstone Headache Tab-1 °fthg expenses .of government No man or woman in the state will hesitate to speak well of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets after once trying them. They al ways produce a pleasant movement of the bowels, improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. For sale by H. J. Pier, druggist. For the next thirty days wfe will offer all of our straw goods at whole sale prices to less for cash. Also our line of ladies dress skirts and shirt waists and children's summer dresses. Now is your opportunity for bargains. Call early while there is a choice. Mrs. M. A. Robinson. head offices in South Dakota and Minnesota will be present, and all churches are invited to be present and aid in the good work. The the personal property assessment tl0° woulJ Sold by ^ll druggists. bjr the state, county and town. made the purchase. THE M. E. PICNIC. The Hurley, Middleton !i and Spring Valley picnic was •well at tended, about 200 being present in the aiternoon. A splendid program consisting of duets, choir singing and declamations was rendered, The feature of the day was the match game of base ball between the young ladies of Middleton and Hur ley. They started in to play three innings, but at the end of that time there was a tie, also at the end of the lourth and fifth innings. At the end of the sixth inning the score .was 20 to 24 in iayor of Hurley. We are ready to select a nine from the ladies that played and challenge and nine in the county. The batte:ry for Hur ley was Ruth Gorton, pitcher and Mary Andrews, catcher- Middleton, Janie Bradberry, pitcher Lillie Bacon, catcher. The features of the game were afoul tip caught by Miss Bacon and a long fly by Miss Polley. The game between the young men of Middleton and Hurley was called at the end ol the sixth inning on ac count of the lateness of the hour, score 7 to 7. The universal verdict was, "The best picnic we ever haxi." All went home well pleased and happy in the consciousness that each one had helped to make others happy. J. Clark DuVal. Temple Court, a 10c cigar for 5c. For sale by B. F. Vaughan and W. H. Carr. Dressmaking done at reasonable prices, Nina M. Jones, at A. G. Jones' residence. For Sale—A good 2-yr-old pedi greed Short Horn bull. Schultz & Davis, Davis, S. D. Don't you want to make a wad of MONEY? Allen's Agency can give you an opportunity. The finest and largest assortment of laces and embroideries to be found in town at Fawrup's. Buy your fly nets and horse col lars at Rasmussen's, where prices are lov. and the quality is good. Are you prepared to take advant age of a chance to make SOME MONEY? See Allen's Agency. TORNADO A N A I •INSURANCE-* A The new Salvation Army building Breakfast often influences youren at Sioux Falls will be dedicated Sat- Turner County Bank. urday and Sunday, July 18 and 19, the good if Ocean coffee is a feature with appropriate ceremonies. The Kimberly is closing out his sum mer dress goods at a discount of 25 per cent. A new line of etamines, Danish cloth, P. Ks. and other pop ular weaves. It will be to yonr ad vantage to examine these goods be fore you make your purchases. Iierald is requested to extend a _f it re W S re hearty invitation to all to he present. of a letter received from Nashville, Pay your taxes at Bank of Hurley. HAIL INSURANCE, at Allen's Agency. tire day The influence is a„ for Considerable space is taken thisjxenn., charging him with larceny week by the proceedings of the and misappropriation of money, board of equalization—and there is will states that he is not guilty of more to follow. The publication of ofyour morning meal. It has the deliCate any gave would be a move in the right direc-1 towards the purchase price of a car- show up those who A CHEAP RANCH. We have for sale a ranch of 880 acres, with an adjoining 160 acres that can be filed upon by purchaser, making a ranch of 1040 acres. Two miles of fencing, living water for IOOO head of cattle. This land is about half level and half rough. 2 miles from good town on C. & N-W R'y in Hughes Co., South Dakota. This is a snap. Price only $5,000. flavor and fine quality that commendS rjage when headaches and end«aver to shirk paying their por- carriage to be shipped c. o. d. fdlr He says he has fiot y*t (the it to discriminating tastes, For sale by Sanborn & Co S he if S an a a crime that a lady of Nashville him $55 which he was to pay he went to Chicago, the balance. Successor to M. M. Ferguson. Pay your taxes at Turner County bank. We hear of tornadoes every day— are YOU INSURED? See Allen's Agency. S. E. Sec. 25, Hurley T'p at $37-5° Per acre—buy If you want ranch, come at once. ALLEN'S AGENCY. Hurleys S. D. it, IT'S A SNAP. Allen's Agency. If you want to buy a fine $3. 50 atlas for $1.go. Call at the Herald office. We have only a lew left. Bank of Hurley solicits your pat ronage for 1903. We will take care of your money or any business en trusted to our care, Lost, July 4, between Hurley and the Jas. Andrew farm (via. John Root's) a rubber, plush-lined lap robe. Finder please leave at Her aid office. Old papers five cents a package at Herald office. Interest paid on time deposits at Bank of Hurley. TORNADO INSURANCE at Turner County Bank. IF YOU WANT A FARM loan go to Turner County Bank NOTARIES PUBLIC can be found at Turner County Bank. Crop prospects continue to im prove, and the outlook is lor the best ever. Free car fare if you enter Manka to Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. It will pay to get particulars Smokers accustomed to Havana tobacco, enjoy the Temple Court Havana filled 5c cigan It is in class by itself. It is the best. For sale by B. F. Vaughan and W. Carr. lliiuiiii milled 'f?TO VA '-"O-r for the next 30 days our en tire stock will be sold re-l gardless of cost. This is the best opportunity! you have ever had to buy footwear. Come Early and Get First Choice, Respectfully yours, THE HURLEY BEE HIVE. A. W. ANDERSON, Mary Haritvell Caihertvood Chicago Evening Journal A noble story, told with rare touches of splendor and pathos attuned to the truth of historic revolution and. evolu tion. Indianapolis New* The story is delightfully written its action direct, forceful its characters well and strocifly drawn itsatmosphera consistent ana true. New Vorlt World The sustained work of a brilliant Imagination and a ready pen. In the happy conclusion ol the book love reigns alone, and the king: without a throne becomes merely sucha sovereign as we daily meet under the stars and stripes. .".v A brilliant historical romance based jupon the mystery sur- fe'" rounding the fate of the Dauphin, son of Louis XVI- and Marie Antoinette, will be our next serial story. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS 1 v: —mm* 1 .1 uE.ji&B#'' 3* MANAGER* Chicago Tribune A beautiful love story is wovenJn tho tt prave fabric of the story and glorifies it. The heroine is singularly fasomaUnjf and noble and her vicissitudes are no: less interesting than those of the hero, v, Milwaukee EveniKi 'Wisconsin LaKarrefsastorv which will please all lovers of daintily sentimental romanc*. S, Terre Bauta Express -Ai' Lazarre, though concerning itself with the fortunes of a lost pr. ic and the loves of a lady in Brance, is Ameri jf oan—American tn substance and Ajcaeri- if l" can io spirit. Enthusiastically jpraised by leading newspapers throughout the United States. Watch our columns for the first chapter of Our Next Serial Story: TO BEGIN IN A FEW DAYS JM! a NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBER "g •m l41 1J 51 if iNrtS P?'1§