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I IJgfii HivVe Yon J. H.QUEAL JiURLGY JVIGAT T,MEYER A 0 $ BRO, a I'ropilctors. Owe Door Kant or I'lre House. pi. •sr 8«n K«).-ent fiUr^LGYtJ LIJH6 D.C.WARD. All Orders Promptly Attended to and Goods Carefully Handled CITY LIVERY AND V" 3FEEI3 ST ABLE, Good rigs with of withduf arivefs. F, (Vfc WATSON., Proprietor. J* FITCH & CO. AMO^G THE BARGAINi they have to offer. 'A well improved halt section'adjoining the Hurley townsite. A well improved half section three miles south of Hurley. ., snap in a quarter section three miles north ol Hvgfley. An improved 160-acre farm in Minnehaha county. Numerous farms in Brown county. It interested, call or write IHSUUH of DAKOTA FARMER? It is brighter and better than ever. It is one of the best edited agricultural papers in the country, and Covers every phase of Dakota farm life. Its editor, Hon. M. F. Greely, id aided by a large btaff of assistant special editors. oHc.h an ex pert in hid line, and by a hodt of val uable contributors. Why take agricultural papers published in outside states* whose editors have no practical knowledge of Dakota, conditions, when your home farm paper deals exclusively with the subjects and gives you tho very best and latest information along all these lines? Auk for free sample copies and be your judge of its merits. You will tiud the paper thoroughly practical, tielpfui and cloan, even to the adver tising Address THE DAKOTA FARMER AIIKHDKKN.S, D. SHIP YOUR GRAIN AND ms&j. TO Awards-Wood Co. Aiinr tf Crauree, MIIHEAPOUS.• JI yi. luid Trim, IV'4 8 mjlUtr. Best to be had. CO. Su WE SELL NOTHING BUT GOOD MEAT FRESH OR SALT and have a supply at all times. Will Buy Your Poultiy. CASH PAID FOR HIDES J. FITCH CO., wjniopL_^ B&Sl&l *t» A 7£r 1 1 HURLEY, S. D. GEO. E. VAUHGAN, M. D.. Office over Vaugban's Drug Store. Calls answered promptly. OLASSKS rKOl'KHT.r FITTKD. (jriice ramie. No.. Residence I'hone, No. 4!) S. GRAVES M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Oalls promptly attended, ottice »nl resident on Center Avenue HURLEY SOUTH DAKOTA* E, J. THOMPSON, VKTIiKINAliY SUIiGEON AND DENTIST. A.tMnryliY Jlrng^stuble In Hurley Saturdays balance ol time al^knle on farm in Sprtpti Val ley township. J'hWe No. 72, Hurley Uural Line WELL DRILLING! All kinds of tubular worn done and satisfaction guaranteed, Leave orders at W. B. Wood's hardware store. MILKS BROS. LIGHTNING RODS "otect your Honies, 'rotect your Lives, rotect yoitr Property, Rv putting- up a lightning rod lh:n. Protects. l'""K! S strutliers Celebrated Copper ("able IIKIIIUIIIX rods nr.) made from a8 jHjrei»nt pure copper and are the best th it nionev can buy. 2-Vir further p.irtleiilai a call on or F. S. SMITH, OW1S SO. DAK. A SNAP! AO ACRES FOR SALE Adjoining the townsite of Hurley, known as the Bartle Place. Good water. A fine grove. Close to town. 20 acres in field. Large dwelling. Price only $4,250. Buildings worth $2,500. 15 acres in tame grass pasture'. Two barns, hog house, chicken house. Several beaming apple trees, and shrubbery. An idea] home lor anyone wishing to retire from the farm. Land near th,is is selling lor $100 an acre- Here is 40 acres with $2500 worth of improvements at the price oi raw land. Hurry if you w-ant this. ALLEN'S ACSENCY Hurley, S. D. Notice ol Election. Office of County Auditor, Turner County, S. D. 7* Notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday the eighth day of November next, at the several polling places, in the County of Turner,, S. D.. an election will be held for state, county and district officers, as follows, to-wlt: Four Presidential Electors. Two Itepresentatives In Congress, One Governor. Ulie Lieutenant governor. One .-eeretary of state, ,, One State Treasurer. One State Auditor. One Superintendent of Public Instruction. One Commissioner of School and Public Lands One Attorney general. One liailtoae Commissioner. One Judge of the Supreme court 1st district. One Judge of the Supreme court 2nd district. One Judge of the Supreme court 3rd district. One Circuit Judge, First judicial circuit. One State Senator, Three State Representatives, One County Judge. n$s One County Treasurer, One County Auditor, One Sheriff. One Register of Deeds, One State's Attorney, One Clerk of Courts, '4*i ^, One County Superintendent of Schools, One County Surveyor, fei® One Coroner, Four Justices of the Peace, h**' Four Constables. One (bounty Commissioner for the First com missioner district, Centerville city. 3rd ward. Ego's bottling works Viborgcity. Woodmen's hall. Town of Davis, flrehouse. Town of Hurley, flrehouse. Town of Irene, school house. Said election will be opened at eight o'clock in the morning, and will continue open until five o'oloelt in the afternoon of the same day. Given under my hand aud the official seal of the county, this 4tb day of October. A. D. 1904. J.J. W Ar.TNEK. JII. [SEAIJ] Sf® m: Also to vote upon three proposed amendments to the constitution of the State o£ South Dako ta. as folows: 11 pon the question of the Removal of the State Capital.» Upon the question of the Salary of the Attor ney general. Opon tlie question of amounts which may be loaned'from the permanent school fund upon farmlands. POLLING PLACES. 06-52, John Junker's residence. 88-53, Rasmussen's school house. 07-88, Freeling's oohool house 07-53, Swan Lake school house 07:54, Sherard's school house 07-55, Idlewild school housed 08-5!), George Smith's school house "S'-,, 08-53. Opera hall in town oi lrley 08-M, Knudson'S school house A' 08-55, Ortman's residence. 09-58, and town of Chancellor, Meier's hall. 09-5S, hall over A. H. Harris' drug store in city of Parker. 08-54, and town of Marion, Clark's oarpenter shop in town of Marion. S, la 09-55, school house No. 66. 'Ili l«0-r 2, school house No. 4. 100-53, school house No. 8. 100-54, and town of Monroe, Woodmen's hall in town of Monroe. 100-65. Dick school house. Parker cltv, 1st ward. Danforth's building east of Mrs. Fancher's millinery shop. Parker city, 2nd ward, hose house. r:_.t Parker city, 3rd ward, band room. JRsfa Centerville city, 1st ward. Opera hall. »-Aa Centerville city, 2nd ward, egg and butter house. County Auditor, Turner Co., S. D. Notice of Aiilloation tor LioeDM or Per mit to Sell Intoxicating Liquors at Retail. Notice is hereby given that Gustay Schwenk lias presented and liled in my office an applica tion for a license or a permit to sell Intoxicating liquors at retail on lot ten (in), of Ulock twenty eight (as) tn the incorporated town of Hurley, Turner county ."South Dakota, and accompany ing said application is the petition of more than twenty residents 2f said town, each a legal voter and freeholder therein aud said application will be heard before the Board of Trustees of said town upon t,h^ 8lst day of October, 1904, at 8 o'clock p. in., at the ofllei' of the '1 .own Clerk of said town, at which time any person may appear nefore said corporate authorif.lrs and give any reason why such license should not be received or such permit granted. Given under my hand and the seal of said town this 10th day'of October. l»0J. ,, J. W. KDMUNDS, [8KAI/) ^4 •H a Towu Clerk. Notice of Application for license 00 l»or mlt to Sell Intoxicating Liquors at Ketail. Notice is hereby given that James N. Hawks has presented and tiled in my office his appli cation for a license or a permit to sell intoxica ting liquors at retail on lot tefi (in) of block twecty-two (88) in the incorporated towu of Hurley, Turner county. South Dakota, and ac companying said application is the petition of more than twenty residents of said town, etteh a legal voter and freeholder therein and said application and petltiou will beheurd before the board of trustees ot said town upon the 3ist day of Oeeober, 1804. at the hour of o'clock p. atthu office of the town clerk of said towu, at which tlmu and pluce any person may ap pear before Jiuid corporate authorities ami give any reu^on why such license bhoukl not bo re ceived or such percjit grained. Given undo my hand and t-Uo seal of said town this lOtliduyoI October, IWM. J. W. EDMUNDS. [SKAI.I Town Clerk. WANTED—Quickly. :i few iH'i'soris veprescnt lonit established wholesale house aiming retail merWiauls ami aueiits. Uical trrruory of few counties. salary and e:t.ense:i I'.nil weekly, lixpeiixc nuiiii-v advanced. omiiiissiou extra. Permanent t-ujtijgei.iort Hustings hiu essful. rcvious i-sppi''fence un eisM'i.tli' I. (ti.cln-e self uddrossod (•••velnpc. Ad-III".s. M.I'I M.NI I'JFL).- ISNT Tit A iM.KKS/3'- Dear-olli sr., Lillc.igo. Hurley Att Gallery, MRS. HIGH, proprietor, JSatisfaotiou tf uaranteed, All wool dress patterns, choice as sortment, regular $1.00 and $1.25 qualities, this sale 75c per yard. Wool dress goods, regular 50c value —this sale 35c per yard. n9„ ThWy Four Years Experience. L. Karr of Yankton known as "the old blacksmith," writes to a friend a letter which urges that the capital campaign ought to be con sidered from the standpoint of reli gion and morality—"Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do even so unto them,"'—"Do not attempt to build yourself up by tear ing down your brother," as Mit chell is attempting to tear down Pierre and smiting the whole west ean half of the state. He says: "I am an old settler, having come to Dakota in 1870. I lived six years in Clay county, and twenty-eight years in the city of Yankton. Alter proving up on my homestead in Clay county I sold it for $200, hav ing made a failure of my efforts at farming, and them took to my trade. That farm today is yalued at $7,000, which proves that the country was all Rapid City is the same as was the country east of Pierre twenty-five years ago,—and in twenty-five years from now, the country west of Pierre will have developed in even greater degree than has the country east of Pierre." 'i^ Saves Two From Death. tJ "Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis.'' writes ^rs. W. K. Havi land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all other remedies failed, we saved her life with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our ateoe, who bad poosamption in an wk it OUR BIG FALL SALE OCTOBER 17th to 22nd. For one solid weelK We will'haver a "BIG FALL SALE. We call this our BIG SALE because it will include more Special Features than wmmmmmmm Black Brilliantine, sells at 50c, this sale 35c per yard. Ladies new fall suils, made in very latest styles. Regular $15.00 and $12.50 suits, this sale $12.50 and $10.00. ttememoer xndi we ridve everytning new and nobby in the line of Ladies Coats and Jackets, Ladies Waists and Skirts Ladies Furs and Fur Jackets, Childrens Coats and Cloaks'. This line will be complete during sale week. Then is the time to buy. Our prices,qualityconsidered, are always the lowest. iW-v? .• Remember the week vp^f 3» OCTOBER 17th to 22nd. Six Days, During this sale we will serve Hot coffee and lunch, FREE advanced stage, also used this wonder ful medicine and to day Bbe is perfect* ly well." Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr. King's New Dis covery as to no other medicine on earth. Infallable for coughs and colds 50c and #1.00 bottles guaranteed by H, J. Pier. Trial bottles free. Colonist Low One-way Second Class Rates to California, Oregon, Washington Nevada. Idaho, Montana, Utah-' Colorado and Wyoming, Via the JSorth-Western line will be in eltect from all station? daily until October 15, inclusive. Stop-overs and interesting side-trips. Fast trains through to the Pacific coast daily with tourist sleeping cars and'free reclining chuir cars. Personally conducted ex cursions. For tickets ana- full inlor mation apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. JUroke into his House. LeQuinn of Cavendish. Vt., was robbBd of his ., ,, yasion of chronic constipation. When right, even if I couldn make a suo cess there in agriculture. Each must adapt himself to his capabilities. "Twenty-two years ago I made the tools here in my shop, and put down the first artesian well in Dako ta territory. I followed that up with seventeen successful wells in Dakota. 'Pv "I have traveled over some thirty counties of South Dakota, some ol it before the counties were laid out and twenty-five years ago if Uncle Sam had offered me 1,000 acres ol land in Charles Mix county as a gilt, if I would have lived on it, I would not have accepted it. Yet now it is cov ered with a prosperous people. "The country between Pierre' and customary health 6y in- Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into his house, his trouble was arrested and now he's entirely cured. They're guaranteed to cure, 2oc at II. J. Pier's drug store. World's Inlr Coach Excursions Via the North Western Line, Very low rates to St. Loyis will lie in effect on several convenient dates in September and October for coach ex cursions to St. Louis via the Chicago & North-Western It'y. Only ®13.55 round trip trom Hurley, return limit seven (7) days. A great opportunity to visit the World's fair at minimum of expense. Other favorable round trip rates are in effect daily, with liberal return limits, stop-over privileges, etc. Full infor mation as to dates of sale, train sched ules. checking of baggage and other matters of interest to the intending traveler on application to ticket agents of the Chicago & North-Western li'y. A Love Letter Would not interest you if you're looking for a guaranteed salve for sores, bums or piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder, Mo., writes: "1 suffered with an ugly sore for a year, but a box ot iJucklen's Aruica Salve cured me. Its fiie best, salve on earth. 25c at 11. J. Pier's drug store. 0 9 1 TOWN llOAltl) I'KOCKEDINGS. Hurley* S. D., September 12,15104. Town board met in regular session. Preeent, A, Al. liasniussen, J. J. Mu -T 'f-e&h Little boys' suits, a lot of $1.75 suits. A great snap.. ..-This sale 98c. Boys' and girls' shoes, some great bargains. Be sure to see them. Men's dress shoes, a few $3.50 sell ers, this sale $2.90. 4 V" 32 bars Beat Em All soap $ 1 00 32 lbs best oat meal -•*, S 1 00 25 lbs good rice kt 2.00 worth of can wax beans'. 1 00 J. W. Edmunds, President. Clerk. ?:$ 'A af 1 00 -j'"*8 irtp & v" 5 "FZ'P phy and j. W. Edmunds, town cleric. Minutes of last meeting read and ap proved. Bill of Hoefs & Co., #10.65 for mer chandise and J. 11. Queal & Co., assi gnee of Shipman Bros, 815.15 for ce ment work and of A. M. ltasmussen, assignee of G. N. Simpson of #4.00 for work were on motion allowed and warrants ordered drawn on general fund. No further business appearing on motion board adjourned. Attest: j, j_ Murphy, A. Hurley, b. D., Oct. 10,1904. Town board met in regular session. Present A liasmussen, O. D. Brault and W Edmunds, town clerk. A. M. Rasmussen elected president pro tern. Minutes of last meeting read and ap proved. liill of W E llillery for $4.85 for work and material furnished and of J. II. C^rnahan ot 82 for work and of 11 Fieldhouse of $4,00 for cement work, were on motion allowed and warrants ordered drawn on general fund. No further business appearing, on motion board adjourned. Attest: A. M.ltasmussen, J. W. EUmunds, Pres. pro tein. Clerk. Testimony of a Minister. liev. Jno. S. Cox. of Wake, Ark., writes, For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice. 1 consulted a num ber of physicians and tried all sorts of medicine, but got no relief. Then 1 began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years," If you want a reliable medi cine for liver and kidney trouble, stom ach disorder or general debility, get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteed by H, J. Pier. Only 50c. Settlers Kates West. Daily Sept. 15th to Oct. 15th. via Great Northern Line to all points. Fare trom Davis to Helena, Butte and lvalispell, $22.50. Spokane, !522.50. Seattle, Tacornaancl Portland. •S2.r'.r0. Sar Francisco and Los Angeles, g31.*J0. Proportional ratt?S to all points. lVo through trains daily. Stopovers allowed at intermediate stations. Ap ply to agent Great Northern line at Da vis S. !.. for full particulars or to Fret llogers, G. 1'. A., 'sjoux City, Iowa, STA* /I*" 3TJGLR?* 4 »f- ftesr -it'tsLK 1^4. •m 1 & •1st mM & My