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looks good. The cattle mar ket looks good. Ave you go ing to feed foi market this season? in shape to tne money This Bank is furnish vou all you need for this purpose at living rates and on a plan as liberal as is consistent with sound banking. Come and see us, write us. BANK OF HURLEY We want your business We want your, deposits HCKLKl MASKETS. 1 CORRECTED EVERY WEEK., Wheat—No. 2 Northern—58c. Wheat—No. 3—5Cc. Wheat—No. 4—53c. Wheat—Rejected—olc. Flax seed—94c.@92c. Oats—No. 3 W.—ISc. No. 4i*: Rye—39c. @36 Jiarley—eui.—29c. Feed Barley-—No. 1—2Gc--No. Cora—35i(ft'34e. Hogs—5.50 FEELING LIVER-ISH This Morning? TAKE Gentle Laxative Appetizer r1 "••"-i Lightning Rodsfl Protect rotect your homes fil rotect your lives your property by putting up a light ning pod that protects. Dodd & Struthers celebrated copper cable lightning rods ^are made from 98 per cent pure copper and are the best that money can buy. For furtheH particulars call on or write F.S.SMITH I 1 DAVIS, S. DAK. ,• A ilyatery .Solved "How to keep pff periodic attacks of biliiousness and habitual constipation was a mystery that Dr. King's New Life Pills solved for me,-' writes John N. Pleasant, of Magnolia, Ind. The only Pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded. Only 25c! at H. J. Pier's Drug Store. During the nineteen years that the Dodd & Struthers copper cabled light ning rod has been on the market there has never been a cent paid for dam ages done by lightning on any build ing protected with these rods. The insurance companies all over the United States give the Dodd & Stru thers rod the highest endorsement and Some will make a reduction in'tersa on any bmldiug rodded with the D. & S- Co.. F- S. Smith, Davis. •WfW* j.T -l Jn Self Iefei»K«s Major Hamm, editor and manager of the Constitutionalist, Eminence, Ky., when he was fiercely attacked, four years ago by Piles, bought a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of which he says: "It cured me in ten days and no trouble since.'' Quickest healer of t. Burns, Sores, Cuts and wounds. 25c 1 at H. J. Piers drug store. Church Notices CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Services at the Christian Science church Sunday morning Subject "Substance," Wednesday evening ser vice at 8 o'clock. All are invited. METHODIST BPISCOPAli^®* No pleaching service School in the morning. GRACECHURCH or Sunday- Sundav School will resume next Sun day, Sept. 1, at Grace Episcopal church. A good attendance is deBired. No preaching at Spring Valley at, 2 p. m. on* account of the Sunday School Convention at Davis. Evening service *t 8 p, m. Subject— 'The Frieud that never fails." Epworth League a».7 p, w. Lou Carr made a trip to JBeresfortl nday. Miss RundeU had a new tin root put on her house this week. Mayme Hogan and her two brothers visited relatives in Beresford^this! week. Mrs 0. M. Graves of Spring Valloy is enjoying ft visit Iropa. her mother, Mrs. Tower of Sioux City. Olive Woojd, who has been visiting: with her cousins, the. Misses Elliott returned to Parker Tuesday.^ Walter: Almond started overland Monday from Lyman county aod will be home sometime this week. Walter Carr'sbaker left,him rather precipitately Saturday last but the mournprs left behind, are few. FOR SALE—A few hundred 3 and 4 inch cedar posts, cheap for cash, to close out. .u. Will N.Lane. Almost live incbeVSf water'fell dur iris the trains of Thursday and Friday last week according to government rain gini£C3. John Motgomery the veteran horse buyer and .J as. Moatgomery of Wak onda were in town this week looking up good horses. E. E. Vernon was through town .Monday investigating the sentiment regarding his candidacy for superin tendent of schodts. Mr. &nd ^rs. Jo Layne and visiting here from Houston, Texas, went Tuesday to Parker to visit with Mrs. Oscar Anderson. v*\ Grace Hogan returned Tuesday from her claim near Murdo, Lj'man Co. She proved up last week and now owns 100 acres of Uncle Sam's lajid. Mankato Commercial College, Man kato, Minn., placed 100 graduates in positions since Jan. Wouldn't you like to attend that school' 1 Mrs Barclay and children of Parker who have visited with Mrs Barclay's sister, Anna Christensen and with re latives in Spring Valley returned home Tuesday.. »»v i* Mrs Harry Howdle and children ex pect to return to Omaha Saturday, She will be accompanied by Maude Rundeli and Alta Parsons who will visit in Omaha for a few weeksc A. A. Powers came down from Par ker, Saturday, whereat hfe is taking os teopathic treatment, for the purpose of, ascertaining what damage was done by the big rains. He returned in the evening. All those owing me on millinery bills will please call and settle as I need my money to meet toy obligations Mrs. Robinson, who has been enjoy ing a vacation for a few months, at St. Paul, is now at home again and preparing for her fall trade in millin ery, She says Linn is enjoying farm life though he gets rather homesick or Hurley once in a while. He expects to stay there this winter and attend school. Frank Watson brought to the Herald office this week, three Wealthy apples from the Hurley fruit farm which weighed 20 ounces, the largest weigh ing 10 ounces, and even these were not the largest he secured. The Wealthy trees at the fruit farm ar^ now at the height of their glory and the sight is well worth going to see A new telephone exchange is being installed at Centerville because of spite against W. E. Ege the owner of the present system. At'present the sub' scribers to the Ege system have free use of the rural phones of Wakon la, Viborg, Beresford and Irene, in ad dition to the Centerville iist making in all about 15000 phones. Hurley wyuld like such seryice as that. I,, Chris Meyer hns a Hock of geese of which he thinks a great deal, but it soems hia is not the only one. As he drove home late Saturday uight he met a man in the road carrying a sadk which he hastily dropped and lied. Tn vestigation revealed that the sack contained a headless goose but it served for Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Myers Sunday dinner instead of the thsif's. Chris says that the owner of the sack can have same by proving propei ty, *1 All remaining doubt i-n regard to the identity of 1'rof. Frye and C. IT, Goddard was dispelled this vveok by tne publication in the Chicago Record Herald of a likeness of C. H.. Frye which is so plainly C. doxldard that there is nothing further to argue about. Frye was arrested last week on a charge of bigamy preferred Mr6. Goddard, late of Hurley, and she will arrive in Chicago this week and push the prosecution. If she can provte a legal marriage with him it will be difficult for him to escape the penitentiary. In newspaper interviews he has denied that he was ever in South Dakota or has ever heard of the "Goddard woman." He is running a strong "bluff" game but i't'ViU not bei difficult to find witnesses in Hurley ,who ean prore his identity. Turner County S. S. Convention Program of Sunday School conven tion to be held at Davis on Sept. 1-2'J SATURDAY, SEPT. H© tkh" Respectfully MrsM.A Robinson. J. K. Schrag of Childstown candi date for County treasure was a pleasant caller at the Herald office this week. Mr Schrag is a prosperous farmer and an old resident of Turner county and he will be a strong factor in the county convention in September.- 1ST, 1906 2:30 Praise service, Rev. Koerlin Davis 3:00 The Sunday School Problem ,Mrs. C.'F. Hackett Practical questions discussed .Sunday School etiquette, led b^o Mrs. Geo. Dann -vgJJ' Order in S. S., Mrs, Was. Harneis," Hurley To what extent can we grade, E. P. Fitch, Norway Methods of training teacher, Mrs. W. H. Robertson, Hurley "the social part of tt\e S. S., Miss Lucelle Hirst, Parker The ,S. S. Picnic and Christmas Entertainment, Miss Ruth llansen, Spring Valley' Enrollment of delegates. SATURDAY EVENING 7:30 Song Service,, G. A. Butterfielcl, Davis Devotional Service Frank Smith, Davis children 8:30 Greeting Rev. C. M. Bryan, Davis Response, W. H. Stoddard, Presi dent Appointment of committee S:-5U Address, Mrs. F. P. Leach SUNDAY MORNING 10:00 Praise Service, D. W. Noble Cen ter ville 'Scripture Lessou Rev. C. M. Bryan Davis #g| 10:30 Address, Rev. Dibble, Parker*^ 11:00 Address, The friends and foes of llllllll the S. S., F. i1. Leach, Sioux mis J? 11:30 The S~. S. lesson taught bj O 1?, Jackson Parker tji, SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2:15 Praise Service, Miss Sarah Parker 2:30 Modern ideas in S. S. Work, ell Collins, Parker 2:45 How tp arouse new interest in Legrand, Marion Elce, Lov- the Bible class, A. A. Rowen 3:00 Primary problems, Leana Policy, Middleton -iao Importance of religious training jjs in youth, Peter Allen, Hurley 3:3D The dull pupil, Miss Bernie Al berts, Davis 1 4 The superintendent, Rev. A.N. A 4 u0 The teacher, Rev. A. N. Legrand Marion SUNDAY EVENING 7:00 Praise service, J. H. Muilenburg, Hurley Scripture lesson, Mrs, John Mitch ell, Davis r- Report of secretary and committees Election of officers :00 Rainy day attendence at S. S.j Garret Pott, Davis ~'f 8:15 Sabbath desecration, ^delegate from Chancellor 8:30 Fruits of S. S. work, Rev. Wilk inson. Centerville Rebekah Keception Miriam Rebekah Lodge gave one" of its popular receptions last Thursday night to the newly married couples, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Allen, Mr. and Mrs Abe Prosser and Mr. andf Mrs. Ray mond Rundeli. Unfortunately the heavy rain of the day continued through the evening and the serenade by the band had to be abandoned, but they played in the hall and so contributed to the entertainment of the evening. Despite the unfavorable weather most of the invited guests were present. A short program was given, consist ing of music by Miller's Orchestra, solos by Celia Hogan, and Maybelle Kicyon, recitations by Gladys Fair child and Lottie Mills aud a recitation with tableaux by Mrs. Edith Fitch as sisted by Ethel Robertson and Mayme Hogan. All the numbers were enter taining and well rendered. The com mittee on arrangements, Mrs. Parsons and Mrs. Sanborn, deserve great credit for the tasteful decoration of the table at which the guests of honor and their relatives were seated. A large bell of foliage hung above the table from which ropes of tissue paper radiated to the 6ides ancl comers. The supper itself was delectable, consisting of numerous salads, sand wiches, pickles and cakes, with coffee and pink and green ice cream. A dance for the young people loi with music by Miller's Orchestra. CITY COURT NOTES Justice Stoddard's court seems to ue unusually aotiye this month. Friday Jake Jensen plead guilty to a fine of drunkene'Ss and disorderly and paid a fine of $10. 00 The same day Henry May her was fined $6 on a similar charge and served it out in jail. Saturday antes Dunning drank two much, and raised a disturbance for which he paid a fine of $ and served it out in jail. iSfpii -C (iiiivestou'K Sea W»11 makes life now as safe in that city as on the higher uplands, E. W. Goodloe who resides on Dutton St., in Waco, Tftjs,, needs no sea wall for safely. He writes: "I have used Dr. King's New Discovery, for Consumption the past five 3'cars and it keeps me well and safe. Before that time I had a cough which for years had beeu growing worse. Now its gone." Cures chronis Roughs, La Grippe, Croup, Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumouia. Pleasant to take. Every bottle guaranteed at H. J. Pier's drug store. Pries 50o and $100. Trial bottle free.B Fawrup Js putting anew flat roof on his big store this w&ek. Lovell Collins of Parker was in Hur ley on business Tuesday. Agnes Efiogan is here this week vis iting her father and sisters. •Mrs C. £. Andrews took the train Monday for a visit in Parker. Mr and Mrs Fred Welsh are visiting with their Hurley relative?, Will Andrews and daughter Genette visited Sioux Falls this week. Sam Patrick lost three stacks of grain which were struck by lightning last. week. Mrs Lon Welch from North Dakota is visiting' her parents Mr. and Mrs Freidline. \liss Flora Copeland of Vermillion is yisiting with her friend Miss Birdie Osborn this week. Mrs Mamie Carr and little daughter are here this week from Lebanon visiting her siBter Mrs Fitch and other relatives and Mends. Insurance is only three-fourths pro tection. Good lightning rods are full protection on your lives, property anp stock. F. S. Smith, Davis, S. D. The Ladies' Study Club will meet with Mrs. Pier next Wednesday after noon, Sept. 5,, Subject, "FenwickV Career" and Mrs. Humphrey Ward. Supt. C.« F. Willebrandt arrived Tuesday and is busy getting ready for the opening of school. He came her.e direct from Michigan where ho spent the summer at the university at Ann Arbor. .'/-j- J-' y, Prof. Muller was in town this week packing the remainder of his house hold goods. Both He and Mrs Mullet are rejoicing over the event of an eight pound son who recently took up his abode with thern. Mr. and ilrs'B. F. Vaughan and daughters. May and Viviaii have re turned from their trip to Lansing, Mich. Mr. Vaughan enjoyed the visit to his bid home and comes bacjt much benefited by the trip. The Hurley Millinery Store is now prepared to show you as pretty and up to date a line of fall millinery as you will find in the large cities at much lower prices. I also carry the newest novelties in ladies' accessories. The county commissioners have asked judge Smith to summon a grand jury At the approaching term of court. It is expected that the jury will investi gate violations of the the liquor law which are said to be quite prevalent in the county. Mrs Susio E. Robinson formerly of this place but now of Whittier, Calif, was married last week Wednesday to Fred A. Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Sutton will live in Los. Angelee. Mrs. Robin son has many friends here who wish her much happiness. The Hutfley, city schools will open Monday,,Sept. 10. The teachers are as follows: Principal C. F. Willebrant: Assistant ^Principal Miss Snyder Grammar Miss Kirschstein Interme diate Miss Hail Second primary Miss Galloway First primary Miss Fabian. Earl Nagel and Kittie Masters were united in marriage in Canton last week at the residence of the Congregational minister. They ar5 at- present stop ping with friends in Hurley but will soon have a home of their own. The Herald is pleased to extend best wishes. ':i-- People in towh are complaining of the bad behavior of their cellars. Thev have been getting full and per sist in staying full since the heavy rain. Cellars that have never had water in them before filled up at the time of the rain and all efforts to pump them out have been fruitiest VITAL STATISTICS BIRTHS— Lauretz Wilson, Viborg, bdy. James Paul Bovee, Home, boy. Hans Hanson, Soring Valley, girl, Olaf Rix, Irene, boy, Dirk De Neus, Chancellor, boy, Theodore W. C. Tokken, Chaucellor girl, William Steadman, Centerville, boy, Jens P. Jenson, Salens, girl, Fred Menholt, Swan Lake. bov.''i Phillip Berreth, Centerpoint, girl, DEATHS— Valentine J. Alberts, Davis, age mo., cause, Stina Bifida, Christian Kaufman, 'Childstown, G6 yrs. cause, Diabetes. p- 1 CHILDSTOWN The chicken crop, will be ripe Sat urday. There wasa party at Christ Goet tertz' place Saturday night. Miss Christine Jensen returned from Bridgejvater Saturday. Hans Smidt took one of his boys to a hospital at Clinton, Iowa last week. Tom Smidt's oldest girl is very sick at this writing. Misses, Olga Inga Hanson of Bridge water vraited with the Guilickson fam ily Sunday. .1 *4.% There is considerable15stacking"to be done yej in the neighborhood. if, for'the next^wo weeks, you see Crowd fjfeahdiag .around, some corner arguing you may ba dure that it ig 1 politicdf'.. RTIF. •Am Do You We have an immense stock of ammunition of all kinds, such as loaded shells, powder, shot, etc. etc. Guns for Sale and Rent •.% The Commercial Club of Mitohell has agreed to put up, in cups and cash $900. 00 annually for three years, to be competed for at the show to be held by the association. at reasonable prices. Seje us before goin^1 on that hunting trip. E. O. RUNDELL fiUI^LGY pi^AY LIJH6 D.C.WARD, All Orders Promptly Attended to and Goods Carefully Handled SOUND 'Every day from Juno 1 to September 15, veay 'low round trip rates will be in effect over the Great Northern Railway to S eattie' PortlandEverett, Vancouver^ Spokane and Mon tana. Corn Grower's Convention At the solicitation of numerous corn growers, in different parts of the state, 1 have concluded to call a meeting at Mitchell, S. D., on September 28th at 4 o'clock P. M. for the purpose of or ganizing an annual corn show and corn growers convention ffar the State of South Dakota. All growers of corn are cordially invited to be present at this meeting and assist in the organ ization of an association which I be lieve will do more good to the state than any other organization that could be formed at this time. The details of the organization and the corn show will be worked out by those present. In addition to this we expect to be able to procure a large number of premiums in the way of corn imple ments from manufacturers and present a premium list which list is not excel ed by any other state in the Union. There is no doubt but what South Dakota is far behind her possibilities in the production of corn than along any other line, and we hope by the or ganization of this association to create more interest in this line of South Djkota farming. The date selected for the meeting is during the Corn Palace week", when there will be cheap excursion rates from all points, and special trains from a large portiou of territory tary to Mitchell We hope for this time. ^espectfullv. FmaJ Bet ,rn Limit Oct. 31-Liberal Stop Overs Inquire further of A. L. CRAIG ST. PAUL. MINN. Geo. W. Shultz and wife to Chas. U. Mundt, sJ/. swq 14-99-53 4800. Edmond Clemetson and wife to Henry Fitzgerald, a part. seq. seq. 32-96-52 700. ^^'s- Henry Fitzgerald to Edward Clemet3on, lot 6, block 1 of Irene 1300. Paul J.^Walter^ahd wifeio Jacob Walter, lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, in Kuehneokbcer's add to Marion 1500, Elizebeth Cremer to Helen Her berts, outlots, apart of suction 6 99 -54 1600. E- E. Ask the agent for sailing dates of the "Minnesota*' and 'Dakota," Seattle to Japan and Chiua Satibdrn to Gertrude Vaughn, lot 8, block 10 in San bom'e addition to Parker 125. 15 St 1 ,Ur School opens pret ty soon. Does your school house need any desks, maps, black boards, etc.? Is your school house insured? It should be. !tribu- a largo attendence at lteal Kstate Transfers iMj Albert W. Stout and wife James Stout, lot 5, block 1 in Judsou's add to Hurley 50.00. Western Town Lot Co. to Ind. Sch. Dist. No. 2, lots 1, e, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, in block que of Centerville, 1000^^^^^'C-. We sell school farni ture and insurance, al so Steamship tickets, Allen's Agency mftmtrwmi-v .Notice Mortgage 8alo Whereas, I) Milks and Charles N Milks, of Turner County, State of South Dakota, did on nth day of July 1904 make their certain mort gage to .1.1 ([ed, of Turner county, South Da kota, mortgagee, dated on said day and year, to secure the jiayment of two promissory notes dated July 11,hi the sum o! §100 and $581 40 respectively, due and payable as follows: One. note f.ur §400 due Nov. 15, 1004, with interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from dato until paid One note for 8|31.40 duo September IS, 1903, with interest at tiie rati*.of fi per ecnfc- P'.'r A. b. Chamber]in |tjt Supt. Normal Institute annum until paid, And, whereas,said mortgage was flled for re cord in the oiitce of the Kegister of Deeds of Turner County, South Dakota, on the I3tli day of July, 1904 at, nine 'oclock a. m. and Whereas, tiio said notes aud mortgage have been sold snd assigned to the undersigned, Win. Ollphant, and lie 1b the owner'thereof, and Whereas, default bas been made in the con ditions of said mortgage, which default consists in the failure to make payment upon the said nones, described above, now past due awl Whereas, the amount now claimed to be duo 011 the said mortgage at the date of this notice is leu hundred eighty six dollars and fifty live cents.(lOSO.S5). Jtyvy, 'therefore, Notice is hereby (riven that by virtue, of sa!d mortgage and power ot sale tliervr In contained and by order, of the said assinneo and owner of said mortgage, I shall sell for cash to the? highest aud best bidder, at the west side of Watson's livery barn in tiie city of Hurley, Turner comity. South Dakota, on Saturday the 1st day ol' September, 1906 at tha hour 01 three o'clock p. in., the following described chatties, described In and mortgaged by said mortgage, to-wlt: One 14 horse po\yer Port Huron Steam Trac tion Engine No. 2157 with all parts and attach ments complete. One "North Wflut" Separator To. 811 with 8S inch cylinder with Truck Wagon under same, with Straw Stacker complete with all belts, parts and attachments. One Oandy Drive Belt 160 feet long 7 Inches wide for connecting Engine and Separator. One Parsons Self Feeder for 3c Inch Cylinder Separator. One Brass trimmed Breeching Harness.: one water tank with trucks-steel»under Onetank?umu andliose. One tender tank wltti trucks. GEO. IfluMBr same* Agent for asftlfetiee bf EDWIN I.F.WIS BHOWW Attorney for mortgage* Assignee and owner 01 blortg&gdi 3 1 ••im II