1 VOLUME XXIIL.
Special for School Boys.
Hear are just a
tions from our boy's selection:
Heavy kangaroo shoes $
Sandow hose 25 cent grade
Heavy corduroy suit
Caps of all kinds
few sliirts only left in this line
With tliis issue the HEKAI.D ap
pears under new management.
In making our introductory an
nouncement we feel that we
should be modest in making
promises. We would simply
state that we are here to make a
living running a news paper and
that we expect to publish as good
a paper as business conditions
will permit. We do not expect
to reform the world or alter the
course of the universe. We rec
ognize the fact that the success
of a local weekly depends chiefly
on its local news columns and we
will spare no effort to make that
department equal to the best.
Incidentally we will support free
ly and honestly all that makes
for the mental, moral and ma
terial progress of Hurley and
vicinity. In this we will en
deavor to be guided solely by our
own sense ot what is right and
wrong. And finally we like Hur
ley and its people and have come
here to make our home believing
that the future is full of promise
and that we*, will never have
cause to regret our coming.
GEO. W. FITCH,
EDITH M. FITCII.
The contract for the erection of
one wing of the new capilol
building has been let to a Minne
apolis firm and work will soon
It now seems beyond question
that South Dakota will harvest
z^n an old time, bumper corn crop
this year. ..'si
prepare them economically and satisfactory.
A Sale of Prparation for
Commencing Thursday and lastidg the remainder of the week,
headquarters for the best of everything in
Furnishing Goods Duck Coats, Heavy all Wool Cassimer
Worsteds, Vicunas and Cheviott Suits at 16.50, 15.00, 14,00,
13.50, 12.00, 10.00 and 7.50.
O O O in a it a Lowest in- Price.
w. c. CHAPMAN, Prop
of just the things you need to start the children
Monday morning next, the bell will ring and hundreds of
will hurry off to the various schools. We've prepared this sale to help yari
"The Russian-Japanese treaty
of peace was signed this week and
another important event in the
development of the east has been
President Roosevelt had his
hatchet out this week and the
heads of Minister Loomis and
Public Printer Palmer fell into
The Davis Globe changed hands
last week and is now under the
management of Henry Arends.
We extend fraternal greetings to
the new editor.
Preaching in the Spring Valley
M. E. church next Sunday evening
at 8 o'clock p. m. No service in
the afternoon at three. Preaching
service every night during the week
at eight o'clock. All are invited to
be present. Please come.
W. P. SLOCUM.
Old Settlers' Meeting-.
All old settlers interested in hold
ing an old fashioned picnic are re
quested to meet in the office of Al
len's agency Saturday, Sept. 9th,
at two p. m.
E. H. WITHEE, Pres.
Via Great Northern Line on
first and third Tuesdays each
month to points north and west
Rate, one first class fare plus
S2.00 return limit 21 davs. stop
overs allowed at intermediate
Full particulars may be had
from any Agent Great Northern
Line or Fred Rogers, G. P. A.,
Sioux City, Iowa.
TURNER COUNTY BANK
pays interest on deposits irom $1.00
Special in Our Notion Dept.
Misses line rib hose
Ladies'hose special 3 for
The latest in ladies' collars
39c, 35c, 25c.
Satin girdle corset
F. P. corset
Big lien of belts at
See our line of
A wedding of unnsuiil interest tool
place in the Episcopal church Wednes
day morning, .September (5, 1905, a'
nine o'clock, when Y'era Anna Jirowt,
daughter of Editor and Mrs. Jirown.
was united in marriage to liev. Chai-le.
Stanley Mook. I
Miss Vera has lived in Hurley sine
she was a little girl of two summer
and is known as a lovable and beauti
ful girl to a large circle of friend.
She has been absent from ilurley on)
during her tour year's school course sr
All Saint's School. Sioux Fails and ha
been a faithtul worker in the Episco
pal church and a popular member
the social circles of Ilurley. Th
young man whom she has honorer
with her choice is a graduate of t!
Divinity School at Seabury, Minnesota
and is now minister of the Episcopal1
church at Dakota, North Dakota. Hi
early life was spent in Brooklyn, Mev.
The wedding of these young peop'
was made very beautiful and impres
sive by the Episcopal service whici
was read by Rev. ,T. Uabcock of Siotr
Falls assisted by Rev. George Stoc!
well of this church, The groom, !t
tended by Mr. Carl George of Sioir
Falls, as groomsman, awaited th.
bride at the toot of the altar. Ti"
in pa A be A a
Louis E. Carr as ushers, Verdi J*r6v
as maid ot honor and lastly the bri 1
and her father passed through tl
aisle while Miss Jean Linn ot Cantc
played softly the Lohengrin Weddii.
March. The responses were given
lirtn clear tones, easily heard through
out the church.
The bride was gowned in white li
erty silk over white taffeta and carri
white roses. The maid of honor w.r
light green silk tissue and carri
pink carnations. The church w.
tastefully decorated aspargus, whi'
asters and hydrangeas. A large bell
asparagus and asters hung in front of
the altar and asparagus and asters wi
tied at each pew with white ribbon-.
Atter the ceremony a wedding break
fast ot five.courses was served at the
Brown residence to the wedding party
and a few relatives and friends, by the
Misses Lela,Mansfield and Jennie Rob
inspp, Itppes ot sinilax," tall vases ot
carnations and masses of ferns adorned
DAKOTA, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7. 1905..
ie table. Mr. and Mrs. Mook then
'i'parted for Parker amid the usual
liower of rice. At i'arker they took! saloon case.
'»e Milwaukee road to Lakota, North
iakota, their future home. Atter a
short stay there they will go to the
last for a few weeks.
Many lovely gifts were bestowed on
lie handsome couple as tokens of the
regard of many friends.
For many reasons the Hki:am takes
•special pleasure in extending con
rratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Mook.
Steamship tickets at Allen's agency.
High school books will be tound at
Circuit court convenes at i'arker
A good line ot plows of all makes
ire for sale by Cairy Berry.
Jf you need money to buy feeders
see liankot Ilnrley.
I Mrs. Edwards of Yankton is visiting
Mrs. W. II. Carr this week.
C. li. HarrigleisaddiDgacommodious
1 ,'ranary to hts farm buildings.
Claus Webber ot Vermillion visited
it C. II. Wither'slast week.
Walter Ilockstra who now Jives near
1 .'arker was in town Wednesday,
School tablets irom 1 cent to
special prices. Look at them.
Outing flannel, 10c |ualitv
-v f* «v
Cups and saucers, per set
Dinner plates, per set
Soup dishes and pie plates each
Glass water pitchers to close at
1 ,'ach at Vaughn's.
Bank,pf Ilurley grows stronger ev
ery year. See last statement.
|, Dr. Vaughn was called to Sioux
City professionaly last week.
1 The bell rings at 4 p. m. Deposit
your funds at the Bank of Hurley.
1 l'rosser & Sons shipped a car ot ap-
?les to Mitchell this week.
I'ens, pencils, ink, rulers and all
school supplies at Vaughn's.
Cairy & Berry and John Rundel each
shipped a car load ol hogs this week,
Bemice Bach has (put work here and
'his week left lor his home at 1'ierre.
A tew wagons and buggies are
ing sold at a bargain by Cairy &
i!ov. Schatter returned Wednesday
a trip to Lyman county where he
in 1 !e liling on a homestead.
V-'hpn in need at sewing machine
iyi i:*'-es for all makes of machinea call
Miss Madeen of Ceriterville was in
town yesterday taking evidence in the
««pf- "H Tr ^-V
To inaugerate the fall trade we are making* a few
One box beat'em all soap, 100 bars
Home comfort-strawberries per can
Two spools John J. Clark's thread as
I long as they last
Do you want to borrow money?
Perhaps you can get it at the Bank ol
Mrs. Arthur Linn and daughter of
Canton attended the Brown—Mook
The Davis saloon case which was on
trial here Wednesday attracted a
crowd of Davis people,
)V. II. Benson took the train tor
Kulm, Xorth Dakota, Tuesday to look
after his laud interests there. ,,
Mrs. Isaac Nachtigal lett f?r •. her
home in Parker Mondav alter a visit
with her mother, Mrs. Withee.
J. 11. Farosworth and wile took laf.
evenings train lor Minneapolis. They
expect to return before Sunday.
Mary Andrews went to Parker to^
visit with a tnend. Mrs. Sarah Ander
son, yesterday, returning today.
Irene Graves is visiting this week
at Wessington with a sister ot Mrs. J.
II. Farnsworth, Miss May Schultz.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Goeman and family
and Mrs. Knock are visiting a sister of
Mr. Goeman at Dempster this week.
C. 11. Goddard was Parker two
dijys this woek attending county court
and .getting ready lor circuit court.
Bank ot Hurley pays per cent In
terest on time deposits. We waut
your business. We want your money.
Misses Emma Eckstein and Kate
Dahmen are visiting this week with
Mips Eckstein's sister. Mrs. Gust Rist
•Dp. Jennings is still at his office,in
llurlry and will still be there tor a few
days. In tact he will not be able to
get away for a week.
The two bank statements in this is
sue show a gross business ot !r20s.000
and deposits ot .-SHU,000. Not a bad
showing for our little city.
Chris Senstad came back from ^Twin
Brooks. Grant covntv, Tuesday, near
which place he has rented a farm. He
will move there in the spring.
All Odd Fellows and Rebekahs are
rejnested and expected to be on hand
at the I. (). 0. F. Hall promptly at 8:20!
Saturday evening, Sept. ltii, Lodge
'meets at 8 sharp.
C. 11. IVhuhce and-1. jS. French re
turned Tuesday Irom C'arvstiolm, Can
ada. Yhey have been building a mill
at that, place lor A. .J. Yafed.
If you are looking ior an investment
buy a town lot. '1 lev will soon be
worth more Allen's agency.
When the work now in progress is
completed the mam business street of
urley will have a continuous stretch
af cement walks on either side.
short time .insurance 'on grain in
stack or granary. Costs but little.
Before setting up your stoves this
tall see that your chimneys are all
right and that you have a good insur
ance policy. Allen's agency.
School books for the primary, and
intptniediate grades will be lound at
Cohoe, Swan and Brartberry went to
Yiborg Wednesday to help the Spring
VQllev team in a game against Viborg
Tiie latter team won the gani-e.
J. S. Bach was che first to remember
the new editor with the lrmts of the
field. IT is contribution will later
grace our humble board 111 the shape
John Orr, Thomas ()tr, Frank Cline,
and Robert John-son, all ot Brooklyn,
Iowa have bgen visiting for a week"
past with Thomas Orr of this town
ship. They took the train for home
By looking over our advertising col
umns vou will find the announcements!
of a large number of Hurley merchants
and business men. These men are
asking for vonr trade and will endeav
to plea-ic vou if vou call on them.4cfe
And if, when you call on them, you
mention that vou saw their advertise-'
mentinihe UiMiALDit will please ih
ileal on farm
We have, an inside
loans. Allen's agency.
Lynn Vaughn goe.sto Yankton next
Tuesdav to resume his duties at Yank
Are vou going to ieed cattle this
tally Bank ol •Hurley will supply iho
The Hurley Fruit Farm y,.. -t
has plenty ot cheup apples. Come ir.
und get some.
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