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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, December 07, 1905, Image 4

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goods. "V^e have ,fuat deceived
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PARKER,
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BED ROOM FURNITURE
Cloaks, Sails and Carpets
lytA^HeT^
MEYER & BRO,
l'roprletors.
On« Door Kant of Fire
'.''HOURS. .•
NO OPIFM IN' CHAMHEKL.V1NH
REMEDY.
.' Tbftre iw not the least danger in riv
iriK C'liaiuberlain's Oough lUMiieily to
small clilldreu as it contains no opium
or other harmful drug. It lias an es
tablished reputation of more than thir
ty year* as the most successful medi
cine in use for colds, croup and whoop
ing cough, It always cures and is
pleasant to take. Children like it. Sold
iy IL J. IMer.
Come to Parker if in need of above
goods or anything your hoioef merchant can
not sell you. For we carry as large a, stock,
South Dakota. Also a bii? stock of Brussels
and Ingrain carpets,
you are buying.
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Maple tha^ is especially attraOtive^v-Guaranleea. |j
Carpets and Matting*,
Elm Goods always on hand^ ,' -..,
Iron Beds $1.75 and Up.
Mattresses $2.50 to $1^.
line carried and at. prices to suit.
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The Standard Sewing Machine is the
best medium priced machine on the
market. Special price, Drop ^Ugad
$22.00. Come in and see it.
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DON'T SEND .AWAY
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Prices guaranteed lowest.' I
J. E. Englemaii f:
FRESH OR SALT
and have a supply at all times.
Highest Market f'rice paid for PouTt^y)
w)fl sefl you beef by the quar
ter at Packers prices.^
CASH f^'AlD FOR HIDES
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Not a minute shotiid be lost when a
eliild shows symptoms of croup.
ChainliertHin's Cough Kemedy given ns
soon as the child becomes hoarse,' oi*
even alter the crdfipy cough appears,
will til-event tlio'ftfWk. It never fa^fX
and iff pleasant ami safe to take. l'W
sale tiy II. I, Pier.'
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Miss^Jabee spent Thanksgiving at
her,b,Qr^e npar Parker.
Miss Duncan of Mitchell .ip. spendirtg
a few weeks at the Field's home.
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Miss Leanna Polley commQiicps a
winter t(}rn3 of school in the ,Lakfngs
district in Swan Lake townshiD.
Miss Genevieve Cook took Thanks
lving dinner at her home in Parker.
NORWAY ITEMS
Zero weather is pretty cold for the
first cold snap.
.Miss Ruby Howe is the proud pos
sessor of a new piano. i-
ftron make no mistake if you buy one of our suits or overcoats l6i
Men and Boys for you got the latest in style, the best in quality, 'foi
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Our Mens suits rafrgo price from &G.50to $25.
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ii 3»i& reduction"on all boys' long pant suits.
1-3 off on all boys7 short pant suit^. ',
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Miss Janice Brad berry arrived home
from Mitchell Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bradbejrry of Hur
ley spent Sunday with relatives here.
Wilson Strausser of East Middleton
spent Sunday with friends in this vi
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~Ttant Btichiuuin and family of Canis
tpta were visiting at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Buchanan
Thanksgiving dav. S
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.Tud Ho,wdle of. Parker was visiting
at Tom Goodhqpea a few days this we9k.
While picking corn recently, Cavl
Hansen's team became frightened and
started to run. la .the attempt to catch
ihem Mr. Hansen ffill under tne wagon
which ran over him breaking his leg.
Tom Buchanan went Carustota lust
Sunday.
The school taught Mis9 Rut^
Hansen started last Monday aftei .a.
months vacation. ,,
Miss Christena Jorgensen of .Hooker
was visiting with her parents in the
Valley a few days last week.
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Miss Harrison is visiting1 b'er cousin,
Mrs. Dean McKercher. .•
The families of, Dobjson and Wise
man are both enjoying new base burn
ors.
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All overcoath, both men's and boys' are going ot big reduction.
Special cut prices oa duck coats.
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Mioa Eva. Stout of Hurley biijjati a
jyinter term qf school in the Withee
disV'ict las^ week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fields arA rejoic
injj (O^er a baljy boy which arrived at
their home Tuesday, Nov. 2&
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Mrs. E. P. Howe is expecting avfajra.
well visic from her brother, Mr. Frank
Allison and family as they are sooo to
deuart for their new home in Okla
homa.
Mrs. Geo. Johnson is quite well again
after her recent illness. t",
Mrs,_ A,lbart Braasch is the champion
la lV corn busker to date, her record is
28 bnshels in 4 hours, who can beat it.
CrilLOSTOWN AND SALEM
Zero weather.
Those that have corn left to husk
sat that it breaks off easy now days.
Ed. Gunderson of Lako Andes was
flown on a business trip last week.
Lake Andes last Satarday.
I'bfi Young Ladies j$id Society bad
an auction sale Thauksgly fng at C. O.
Oat»]^ers. The sale amounted to about
$:J"..OO. ,, j, ,.i
Jq-hn M, DowDe«soMia driving team
to Tom Wrljfht of Centerville. Con-
aideration $160.
Elmer Ofeorgesfrn'l^as bought a'^new
feed mill.
Gottlob Wagner moved j^he old
creamery building from Molan^to his
place just before the cold weather com
menced. i.
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The cold Weather of last week has
made thiilgs quiet in the county seat
during the last week.
Ole Madseu returned from a visit at in town Monday, enroute to Running
Water, called, there by the serious
illness of a daii^b^r1.
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Mrs. O. Melhils suffered if, stroke of
paraiysis some time ago and Is in a
critical etfridit/on.
,,{3tfbry Hansen marketed hogs Satuh-
On Dec. 1st. Judge Edmunds was
initiated into the only branch, remain*
ing
tiew,
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Dfess Goods
Crystal Broadcloth,
V.1' $I-,5Q v^lue, $'LJ20
Black Suiting, 15c 60
Zibeline 75c
Zibeliiie
The Stork left a bouncing boy st the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Micheal Wid
meir iast vve^k.
PARKER
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of his oflicial duties, viz. the
marrying business. John starts out
like a good knot tyer. although nerv
ousness bothered him sotne in his first
attempt.
Elmer RecS and wife left Wednesday
morning for .their home in Denver,
'after a short visit at the home of, her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. JJ. Sttoddard| I
Iviiss,Julja Stoddard accompanied-them
'for a six. months stav. in, hopes that
the climate of Colorado may be bene
ficial to her health, which hasen'tbeen
the best of late.
The Foot ball ffarae which was an-
nounced last week was not played on
account of the decided unfavorableness
of the weather. The boys dont feel
that the game is of enough importance
to warrant their exposing the}ii3fll ves.
snow or shine, like Michigan'an^n Chi
cago and other large coHege tea,ms do.
PARKER.
F. Collins went to
T.
business Thursday.
75c 45
We will save you big mon
ey on tailored skirts.
Hurley on
Mrs. G. E. Masters, of Hurley, wps
The new coup,try system of 'rural
routes will be Installed Feb. 1. Pauker
will have two ne5? ,r®UtQS, with Geo.
Appleby and Herman Ervin-as
carriers.
This willlnak©seven routes out of our
city.—[PreSB Leader.
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IX A MAI) ClUftE. ....
Millions rush iu mad ohasp lifter
iieaith. from one extreme of fuddism lo
miotlier. when, if they Wo did only eat
good food, tmd keep tltrlr bowels recu
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Dr. King's New Life Tills
the'il* Ironiiles winiid all pass away.
Prolapt relief and quick Ctlfe for liver
and stomach trouble. !!."(' at IJ. .1.
.leer's drtig store* guaranteed. i', •,
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Big BargJins at the Bargain Store
KUIiiOUS FIGHTING.
"For seven years." writes Geo. W
lloljnihil,- of Harper, Wash., "I had a
bitter -battle with chronic stomach and
liver trouble, but. at last 1 won. and
cured my diseases by the use of Elec
tric Hitters. I unhesitatingly recom
mend them to all. and don't intend in
the future to be without them in the
house They are cerfalnly a wonderful
medicine to have cured such a bad case
as mine." Sold undei' guarantiee to lo
the sair.* for you. by If. J. Pier, drug
gist. at "0c a bottle. Try them Today.
The male quartette struck town last
Saturday without their programs but
Hurley has a printing office and the
programs were ready for the evening
although it was about dark when they
discovered the lack. •_ I
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KING OF ALl'j COl'GH MEDICINES
Mr. E. G. ,Case, a mail earner of
Canton Ct'liter. -Conn.. who has
been in t. tlie United States serv
ice for aliqut sixteen ycjars. says:
"We have tried many cough medicines
for crmip, but Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is king of all ami one to be re
lied upon every time. We also find it
tlie best remedy for coughs and colds.
givhtg'-A-ertain results and lehving no
badriUfe«tts We a,re never without it
lift
iu Hie htn*%%" For «iH'e by IT J. IM«r.
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SO^c 40
Green Suiting 50c 40
Black 60c 40
sa»y
1.00
Shift Waists
Silk, Velvet, Mohair,
Manhel and Sateen.
$5.00 values marked to 3.95
4.50
2.75
2.50
2.25
1.15
HAFlD and SOFT. .. Best to be had.
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COLGH KIOAIEl)V.
Tliere is no other medicine manufac-f.!
tured that has re-ived so much praise,
and as .ninny expressions of gratitudev
In Chfuiiliorlain's Cough Iteinedv.
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1.95
1.75
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75c
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Not dne out of style in the lot
It
is
effective, and prompt relief follows its
use. Grateful parents everywhere do,
not hesitate to testify to its merits foi'.
the benefit of others. It is a certain"
cure lor croup and will prevent the at
tack if given at the lirst appearance of
the disease. It is especially adapted to
children as it is pleasant to take and
contains nothing injurious. Mr. E. A.
Humphreys, a well known resident ami
clerk in the store of Mr. E. Lock, of/'
Alice, Cape Colony. South Alricn, says:
*'I have Vised Chamberlain's Cough
Kemedy to'ward off croup and colds In
my family: I found it to be very satlsV
faetoi'y imd it gives nic pleasure to rec«
onhiiehd ft." Foi- sale by II. ,T. Pier.
An agent for folk's directory of the
DakotaB, Montana and Minnesota was
calling on the business men Monday.
A FEAltFCL FATE.
\l is a fearful late to have to endurd
tortue of Piles. "I enn
tlieijterribli
tfutbfully say," writes Mary Colson.
of Masonville. la,',
Hleedin
-that lor IMind.i
liciiiilg and Protruding Pile*
Hucklen's Arnica Salve is tlu best cure'
made." Also best for. «uts, burns aiuj
injuries. 2oe at H. J. Pier's, druggist.
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