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New dishes New glass vyare and new Notions. ..v. vVT .MWPiramnw The yellow fever seems to be on the increase at New Orleans and vicinity. Out of 350,000 votes cast on the question of the dissolution of Norway and Sweeden only 37 Norwegians voted against the proposition. What is the matter with the managers of the South Dakota state' fair? Here it is less than four weeks to the opening date and no advertising matter of the event has been seen in this por tion of the state. A complete file of the Turner County Herald has been placed with the Department of History at Pierre. We doubt if there is another town or city in the state twpnty-two years old that has a record of its birth and growth in the archives of the state. The Parker New Era with a determination of doing something out of the ordinary has com menced the publication of the Holy Bible as a serial, the first installment appearing in the issue of August 11. No danger of run ning out of cop3' in that office tor a while. The announcement comes from Brookings that Dyar H. Camp bell of that city will probably be a candidate in the next republi can conycntion for the office of state treasurer. Mr. Campbell has hosts of friends throughout the state who will take pleasure in giving him a boost. Coe I. Crawford has submitted to an interview, in which he an nounces that he is preparing an address, which will probably be delivered to the public during the 'state fair, and in which he will ""•'. Never before Have we been in better shape to fill your needs than at the present time. Our prices the lowest. i@s deal plainly with the questions now before Lhe voters of the state and nation. He says there is no division as to leadership in the ranks of the anti-machine faction of the party and that when the battle line is formed all the old leaders and many new ones will be found on the "firing'" line. PORTLAND EXPOSITION PROSPERS Reports from Portland, Ore gon are practically unanimous to the effect that the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition is prospering beyond any similar enterprise that has been under taken in America. The attend ance for the first two months, ex ceeded the attendance at the Omaha Exposition of 1898 during a corresponding period by more than 50 per cent., and this despite the fact that the population with in 500 miles of Omaha was about eight times as large as the popu lation within a like radius of Portland. Several excellent reasons con tribute to this unusually good showing. One is that the people of the great northwest are having their first big exposition, a thing new to them and are supporting it because the}7 like to see some thing out of the ordinary Port land being 2,000 miles west of Omaha, the nearest exposition city of the past. Another reason for success is that the people of the northwest aie proud of their section of the country and are de sirous of "showing oft" to advan tage, so that the people living to the eastward may look upon them and pronounce them good. They believe that they have a wonder ful country, of splended possibili ties, and they need more people to help them develop their resources. To make a showing of their coun -, -,J. try in an industrial exposition is one thing, and to bring the out siders there and show them the country itself is another and the Lewis and Clark exposition is do ing both—killing two birds with one stone. The eastener has two exposi tions to see—the Lewis and Clark enterprise and that greater expo sition, the Oregon country and by this is meant not the state of Oregon alone, but all of the great Northwest. Thousands of the visitors also go or come by way of California, thus satisfying a life long curiosity to see that wonder ful slate. It may be said without exagge ration that no exposition ever had a more vital excuse for being. Af fording, as it does, an opportuni ty for the East to visit the West and for the West to become ac- HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, AUGUST IT, 1905. W New Stock of Cloth in Never before ••.• .... has Hurley had as nice and neat a lirie of Clothing as we are Show at present and hot yet heive we received 1-4 of our fall and winter stock. Don't fail to see bur Stock NOTION STORE, W. C. CHAPMAN, Prop. Our motto People from the states east of the Rocky Mountains, clear down to Florida and up to Maine, are attracted to Portland by reason of the low railroad rates for the exposition period, taking advan tage of this opportunity to see a section of our common country which offers high inducements in the way of scenerjT, climate and novel methods of farming. Rail road passenger agents tell us that the westward travel is unprece dentedly large, practically all trains being crowded and in many instances the regular trains run ning in two or three sections to accommodate the rush. quainted with the East through humming bird with eagle wings and its representatives, the Lewis and ia voice like a fog horn. Can hear it Clark exposition would seem to in Quality and Lowest in Prices ©0000 of pleasure for the people. The Exposition will be open until October 15, and it is said that the inducements for east ern tourists from now on are greater than at any other season of the year. 1 deserve the patronage which it is more trouble than all the bedbugs, receiving, and there is evejy pros- ticks, fleas, mosquitos, grasshoppers pect that it will be a financial chinchbugs, rattle snakes, sharks, success as well as a notable tri- sore toes, cyclones, earthquakes, umph in the fact that it is a great I blizzards, small pox, yellow fever, school of instruction and a place I gout and indigestion this great it v, Newspapers the Best Advertising Mediums. At a meeting of the hotel men of the northwest in Minneapolis, W. A. Kent, proprietor of the Garretson and Mondamin hotels at Sioux City, delivered an address on "What Line of Advertising Pays the Best?" Among other good things he said: "People want the newspaper. They don't want innumerable cards or blotters. They would not stop to pick up your card if they dropped it, or to read the name of your hotel be fore they filled the blotter with ink. But they would rage like a cold north wind il they failed to secure their evening paper or il it. was not deliv ered promptly. The newspaper, you say, is cast aside in an hour, but it is there again the following day, repeating in its advertising columns precisely what it had the day before, and il a man spends an hour a day with his paper, he spends six hours a week with your advertising before him. You can't get away from a newspaper advertisement any more than you can evade a newspaper re porter, and like the poor they are al ways with us." What Mr. Kent says of the dally is equally applicable to the local weekly. Gossip, says an exchange, is a from Dan to Bersheba it has caused •2§§Stpli Suspenders United States ever has or ever will know when the universe shuts up shop and begins final invoice. In other words it has war and hell back ed up in the corner yelling for water. It has broken up happy homes, sep arated lovers, caused murders, sui cides and subjected innocent persons to unjust criticism and ridicule and often times to persecution. Don't encourage it. It is one of the great est vices in the world to-day. WE GUARANTEE TO Prevent Hog Cholera From appearing on your tarm. fie prudent this year and pre vent a repetition ot the losses of previous years. Call and See Us and Got Written Guarantee. Don't fail to seethem TESTIMONIALS I)(liaont, S. D., Doe. 17, '02. used L. K. for lion Cholera and it was all riglit. It cured mv hogs. I lmd three siok ones and they all not well and done line. I also used It for chicken lice and inltcs and it is all vou claim for It. It is the only medicine for hog cholera, I think. Cotlikh Jekkk. Harrington, ivel., Dec. 11,190i am usiiiK I-lotml Koal and am well pleased with It. 1 am sure 1 saved my liogs with it last year anil I am going to keep it in stock all the time, as it is the best thing I ever had on my iilace for everything it is intended lor. It is good for chicken cholera. lice on stock. Insects of all kinds it will destroy all kinds. .1. L. WOT.man. BRADBERRY BROS, Agent at Hurley. Special Excursion Rates to Colorado Utah and the Black Hills. a N W a in Beginning June 1 excursisn tickets will be sold to Denver. Colorado SpriD^B, Deadwood, Lead, Pueblo, Salt Lake City, Hot Spripgs, Custer etc. UMBER 18.. *r .Vj r,::.'4 New Fall Hats Shirts Gloves and 0000©00©00©000000 good for return until October 31. A splendid opportunity is offered for an enjoyable excursion trip. Several finn trains via the North-Western Line daily. Apply to agents Chicago & North-Western R'y. Low Round Trip Kales to Portland. S Via the North-Western l..ina, account. 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