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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, August 30, 1906, Image 4

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Buiia up
Chicago,
Tlio r.nU «ff The ffor fl
of troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe, of
of f,5oar
raG|'()v(rii
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Dakota
I£ you liave any friends in tlie East or
Soutli contemplating western trips,, invite
tliem to Soutli Dakota. Tlie liomeseeker
rates authorized by the
Milwaukee,, &
Railway
„vmake such trips comparatively inexpen
sive If you desire to pay for the ticket
%tf any one
to South
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•y General Passenger Agent
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Lecture
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Epilep
Fits
St Vitus Dance
Are nerve diseases, arid unless
checked, lead to destruction of
both mind and body. The
weak, shattered nerves must
have something to strengthen
and build them back to health.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine
is a remarkable nerve tonic and
Stimulant.. It strengthens the
nerves, relieves the nervous
strain, and influences refresh
ing bodybuilding sleep and
rest. Persistent use seldom
fails to relieve these.afflictions.
1
CANADA THISTLE.
Hint*
For KIHIiik,
Patches or JLartffer Areas.
We have had but one patch of Can
ada thistle on our laud, perhaps ft
fourth of au aci'e. We killed this in
the dry year of 1804 by hoeing- it off
every Saturday. The operation will be
effective much ruore quickly if after
mowing It off the farmer will pour into
the. stub from a common oil can a very
little of a mixture of one part of crude
carbolic acid and four parts of water,
CANADA THISTLE, SHOWING XiE.VF.
[1, flower, stalk 2, root stalk 8, single
•. floweret with sued.]
shalcingthe can before each application
so as to keep the ingredients well
mixed. Thia is perhaps the easiest .way
to deal with a small patch of thistles.
W.her farmer has a small patch of
thistles in a held intended for corn he
should under no "circumstances culti
vate this patch with the corn, especial
ly with- iyiy of the common cultivators.
In doing go he will inevitably digtrib
.ut(! the plant and it will be but a short
time until his entire field is infested.
A single plant if given enough time
and opportunity will spread over a
veu aertvlieUl. Each rootlet that starts
out from the plant sends up separate
stalks every three or four Inches, and
It is'only a question of tlm6 when it
will occupy the whole field hence the
necessity of locating these patches and
at all hazards and at any cost getting
rid of tliem at the earliest opportunity
in the way above mentioned.
Where there is a larger area we sug
gest letting the thistles grow until they
are well in bloom, then Blowing and
for security burning. You must at
tack the plant at the weakest point be
fore it has stored up much starch-- in
the roots. After plowing the ground
should be thoroughly harrowed, the
roots gathered up. dried and burned
This will greatly reduce the vitality of
the plant It is doubtful, however, if
one year's treatment of this kind will
prove effective, particularly so if there
should be a season of abundant rain
fall.—Wallace's Farmer.
!plants
"I was taken witti epileptic fits ha?
eleven in less than 12 hours. My
father sent for 'our family physician,
but be could do very little for me. and
I grew worse every day. and at last
they had three doctors with me, anO I
still got worsft. My father heard of
Dr. Miles'" medicines and bought a^.
bottle of Nervine and a box of Nervo1"
and I.lver Pills. I had taken only a'
few doses until I began to feel better.
I took 12 bottles, and It cured mo
sound and well. It has been worth all
the world to me, I recommend It
whereverM go.. You may use this as
a life-long testimonial to tlie merits
of your medicine, for I am enjoying
the best of health, and feel that my -4l. ....
life and health Is due to this wonderful ^i.tlories outturn will exceeu that of
medicine." LEVY WIUJAMS.
R. F. D. No. 2. Boston. Ga.
Or. Miles' Nervine is sold by your
druggist, who will guarantee that the
first bottle wilt benefit. If tt fails, he1
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co^ Elkhart, Ind
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It In Small
fe:
Transplanting StrnvrberrSe*.
The accompanying picture shows a
transplanter made years ago and in
constant use since by*a Ilural New
Yorker writer, who says The part
•marked A Is a heavy sheet brass weld
ed, is heavy brass wire, brass wire
and brass
wire' pouuded
somewhat flat
about oue:half
Inch wide. Place
A. over any
plant and with
foot at force
into the ground
about four inch
es. Pull it lip
and foix'Q... the
plant out by
pressing "on the
handle Y. is
made ta.slip in
side of main
cylinder A.
Take your bar
row load to the
planting, ground
and make your
-A STRAWUEf.KY
TRAXSrl.A-XTEK.
.hole with
drop your
gust day, and.you wi^l not wilt.
the Same transplanter anil
plant ui on a dry. hot Avi-
Por practical work in a" one family
•garden I have six rftws of strawberry
about'seventy-live feet long, re­
newing two rows each year in August.
Plants are set about .eighteen inches,
apart wiih transplanter:'"f"Sand year
allowed to make a uir.tted'i-o\v: third
year after bearing .dig up aud replant.
Lawn clippings a^e iut between rows,
and after bearing it is forked in. My
ibed migrates east or west, two rows
each year, and you will see by the
above plan I always have plants one,
two and three years old.'p:
5 S a
'iS'sssrs- Wniett. aud Gray, tbe New'
|York sugar statisticians, estimate that
fthe total sowings of sugar beets this
year approximate 300,502 acres, .-which
should give a probable yield of 325.
000 tons of sugar. This means that
for tlie first Time the- beet sugar fac-
...JLonisiana's sugar mills, for it Is not
expected that the cane crop there will
quite rtiach the 300.0f)0 ton innfk this
1 year. Yet the 1905 beet outturn was
not so far behind the average Loui
siana cane sugar production, for then
the result was ,283,717 tons I rom 341,
075 aciea of bects(.rrSusar i'laut^
Turner County Herald
By The Fitch Publishihg Company
HURLEY, S. D., AUGUST 30, 1906
TEBMS 51.60 l'ER VKAii In Advance.
& N. W.
RY
So. 108,1'assfcuser 7 !80 a.
No. 94 Freight 1:00 p.
No. its, Passenger 2 18 p.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
No. 87, Freight........:..
So.Hb,Passenger ..... 8:80 p.
No. 108. Passenger 8:18 p, in
Homer Hetts- has returned f'r'om
N. D, acid is again clerking for the
Nelson Mercantile Co,
Georjre Mundj, his family and
friends now enjoy riding around in
wo-seated Hot.tsmun automobile
which George bought recently.
Jo F. Sargent returned Thursday
on a few days outing at Clear Lake
Iowa.
The Parker Blues played a tigh
game with the Lennox Browns at Lon
nox the first of the week. Although
nnbx won by a score of 2 to 1, they
did not earn the victory as their runs
were both made on errors and Parker
earned tlieir run. It was a good game.
A number of the Blues would like
another game with Hurley.
Miss -Myrtle Warsing is visiting
friends in 6'ioux City this week.
Along with the other bumper crops
an unusually large crop of candidates
will be canned this fall in Turner Co.
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Passenger runs daily, making connections
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ing palace buffet sleepers.
PARKER
E E. Vernon of 'Viborg talked poli
tics in Parker Tuesday.
Mr. Clisby, "Rob's father" of Green
Bay, Wis., is visiting friends and rel
tives. He was one of the early sel
lers in the ^county an£ remember3
ery distinctly the interesting county
seat contents in which he took an ac
ve part.
5
W. J. Warren and family and Sidney
Mel-vin expect to so to their claims in
western Stanley Co. this week.
John Schultz has traded the Palace
Livery Barn stock to a man who ex
pects to movent to Redfield. That will
leave Paiker with only one barn and a
feed yard. This should be a good loca
tion now forN,he right kind of a man
with a good stock.
Chas. and Mrs. Pier and daughter,
Mrs. King went to Wisconsin Wednes:
day to attend a family reunion.
Shipcaan Bros have commenced
manufacturing cement blocks for t?.i
buildings which they have contracto.
to build here, :f
The Parker Bltifes' defeated Viborg
on the local ground Tuesday by the
score of 4 toO. Allen Parsons and Roy
Rundell played with Viborg. C. Dex
ter who pitched for Parker, le
visitors down with only two safe
Prof. Muller transferred here
nesday on his way to Springfield.
NORWAY ITEMS
Riiin has stopped stacking
threshing for som time.
d's is on the sick
Mrs. Jim RogSVs is on
this week
5
Ed Nelson returned from liis Colo
rado trip last week". He isjueling some
better.
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