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Pm '4 tw T^KMS & All leading Corsets 40 81.50 1jer palace tb r' 5 pounds Full Cream Cheese bar It Tuiner County Herald. 'By The Fitch Publishing Company, HURLEY, S. D., MAR ., 21, 1907 Ykab?:- In Advance, & N W A E SKAIN^ GO^NQ KABT. JNo. 108, Piisseiwser.^.—v—.. T:80 a. Ko.M-Fvelgtot ... v.... ... l.ix.'p.m $0. f6, Pausenger 3:18 p. TRAINS GOING WKST. Jfi .81 Freight 8-fiBnw t«o. sr.. PusBOiigcr 3:»)p.m T»f. 10i, Passenger. 8 le buffet sl«eiers.. p. 'Tlibse who are seeking to din credit the last legislature would make a better job of it if they commended what was gcod and .criticised only' what was bad. To criticise what' the great ma jority of the people desired and ... now approve is merely to discred it-the critic. The Brookings Press and Hur on Huronite, two of the most insanely radical of the machine press of the state, assert that if there had been offices enough .the insurgents would neyer have |an v:surged and all would be lovely today. :aAs the editors of both these journals are running post •.^offices as aside line the implica i|$tion is natural that they are ^Vjudging others by themselves, m' id y- v-' H. If. Wobscer, A^em. 5rertt Northern K'v TJuio Car«l nt l.avlx South., Uoing North.' "''Ibtws. m:.v. s^ .Passenger.*" 9:l) P- m. ).2up.in....... ...Aooomuiodatlon... .l:2n.m. Passenjier runs dally, waking connections With through trains to imrt Ironi at, Paul carry tttg Ano'ther legislature %r two like the one just adjourned would iti't South Dakota back a good many! people. years in her development. Those things hurt.—[Argus Lender. .Same old complaint that made by t,he boy who' Spanked. In February Lawson gave to the public his Icti? clefered remj edy .for busting the New York stock excnange. Before thirty ^days had passed the stock market! lib sl'iort of shameful. 4exoerifenced ore of the worst pan-! find otit in unmistak .With Seasonable, fitylish, Spring Dry Goods, Nplions, Ladies^ $nd Gents3 Furnishings1, 'Etc. Vj/9 wilt continue: the business until ths right party.comes al$r_ to buy it and give Hurfey a permanent, widn awaKe, up to date dry 'goods store. The gocrJ^are bought for spot cash from reliable .wholesale houses—mostly from Mar shall Field & Co. Chicago. They were bought right and wwl be offered at popular prteefs. We are not afr *.d Of catalogue house corhpetition. We can C3rve yoii better than they. The goods will beg'. tp arrive in a.few days. Meanwhile we will, £ive you special bargains in all lines. [except Royal Worcester] Ladies' Dress Skirts .» llalf Price All Shoes ^Siiv J-potu'id pfickages Washing Powder box of Laundry Soap or aproved I ALLEN'S AGENCY THE BEE HIVE STORE panic assigned by the Wall Street magnates but we suspect that Tom will be inclined to ad mit that he is the'guilty man and that some one has been giv ing his remedy a try-out. Speaker Chaney is honored with a banquet at Wakonda to night. As speaker he made a record that is Very gratifying to his neighbors. The people of Clay county are anxious to change his title to Governor Chaney and should he consent to the use of his name will accord him enthusiastic support. A suc cessor to Governor Crawford must be found and among the names thus far mentioned the Herald knows of no one who wduld more com"lan^ tne w:is Was ctmfidence of the It is reported that the state game association will invoke the referendum to put off the law pro tecting quail for the next five years. If the association does this it will put itself beyond the consideration of decent men. The association made a great parade before the assembling of the last legislature of its desire for a law that would protect the game of the state and to thus oppose tire only protective law that was pas sed would indicate that its pre vious talk was pure buncomb. The farmer has no better feathered iriend than the quail atjd it is en titled to the fullest protection. The Herald regrets that the first use to be made of the referen dum clause of our state constitu tion is for so unworthy a cause as the obstruction of the new di vorce law and the law prohibit ing Sunday theatre and base ball. The divorce laws in particular have made the state notorious and for a few lawyers and hotel keepers to seek in this manner to delav the provisions of a much neecl.ed rcs^rictivc tnca?ure is lit- oar in its history and conditions, that the people are heartily tired still remain unsettled. Various of &nd contradictory cam es for the wln-n t, the Whole Ua'o Map 23 -v Half Price Health Club',1 Corn'Belt Calumet Baking Powders 10,15 and 25 cent size, Saturday special, 5c 10c 15c Big bargains every day. We want your tradel ,v We want YOU for a regular customer "'•y Terms cash notes Tbcv will istakahle terms divorce business to 1 v-ote. comes Half Price 75c 25c 85c •!.-' s.. A Farmers' Union was adver tised to be organized 'in Parker this week. From what the Her ald has heard of the organization it is not vvhat the farmers need. The purpose of its promoter is to organize a big farmers' trust and thus raise prices. This is going at the trouble in the wrong way Farmers are interested in destroy ing.the trusts we now have. A trust is a pirate seeking to gather unearned profits by means of club. The farmers will never go into that kind of business. Thev are willing to sell in an open market and wish to be assured of an open market to'buy in. Two wrongs do nol make, a right and our farmers will ubt form a trust of their own and then cease fight ing "the present trusts. They would get the worst of that kind of a bargain. Ti| 1 he Iler&ld has received from the American Book Co, a set of the Brooks readers that in point of literary merit, beauty, and also in fascinating interest and information surpasses anything we have yet seen. The set con sists of eight books, one for each grade. From the first each one has some, feature that commends itself to' the student of child na ture. The lessons are not only stories of absorbing interest children but are told in a natural conversational way and are, for the njost part, cxtiacts from the writings of standard authors? Another feature is the illustra tions which are mainly prints of famous paintings reproduced by the half tone process which serve not only to inspire interest in the work but also familiarize the children with some of the world's famous works of art. Comparing these books with the kind once in vogue one is almost tempted to wish he might live his school days over aga'in aud enjoy the facilities of .the modern child. Among the most commendable of the laws 'enacted at the Jasi session of the legislature was'the one prohibiting tSe sale of cigar Vy W ir xi I i* 8«J ft 4 s' jit ettes in the state and of tobacco tn any form to minors. The writer may be a bit old fashioned but some how he can't get over Hie notion that the boy who early becomes addicted to the tobacco- habit both blights his mind and limits his opportunities for the future. Of course this is a matter that mugt largely be settled at home. The standard that is set there determines the ideals of the boy. When the lather constantly makes of him self a mere flue for a smoulder ing tobacco smudge it is no won der that the boy thinks it a man ly thing. Such a boy will prob ably smoke if he has to steal his father's tobacco. But the law will show him that society consid ers the habit degrading and will also be a protection to merchants, most of whom would perfer not to sell to boys but refusal has been difficult so long as the law did not forbid. Ail concede that tobacco is poor business for boys. Now is the time to cut it out. The following unique defense of the newspaper libel law is found in last week's Press Leader. In all cases the accused is tried in the county where the offense is committed. In cases of libel it is held that the offense is com mitted, not where the paper is published necessarily, but where the injury is done. For instance a libelous article against a citi zen of Pierre, published in this paper, may not do him any in jury at all in Parker, but if the papers are sent into Pierre it may ruin him there. That is in such a case the offense would be done in Pierre and there is where the publisher should be tried. Following tjie same reasoning a trifle further it might be argued that when a bank fails the injury to the depositor is done not where the bank is but where the depositor is. Therefore lej us enaCt a law providing that a banker may be sued in any county where he has a depositor and may also be arrested and taken to such county for trial. The case seems paraleU. How vmilfi *2 a a f-V* &¥$• Let us figure witK jfSu j* -r is* 4 -o 1 i*iA A HA Y| J." PIER HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, MARCH SPtCIAL^I g. To make room for our new spring stock of wall paper which has now arrived we will make .the following cut" prices. Remember that this paper is in no way inferior Or damaged, but is clean and bright as^ new. Our only reason for cutting the price is that they are lines we do not expect to carry longer and are willing to lose money in order to close them out. READ THESE PRICES 15c Paper per double roll ...l^ lOc i20c Paper per double roll 13C 25c Paper per double roll 15C 30c Paper per double roll 20c 35c Paper per double roll 23c 40c Paper per double roll 25c 50c Paper per double /oil 30c j.iM^WiWi^xw^ru^iWJWiqnfww/aru"u^JxrLrmrJfmnmijmrujLm-in_i^rLrTp n^nnnnr,.-,.^ ruxrwnruxr^ 43 SS Ilemember that w6 sell the SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS'/^J They wear the longest, cover most and-" look best. Also pure linseed oil, white lead, ochres, varnishes, stains—in fact everything in the paint line. tlAla bastine--the great wall coatin-j—all colors here: The demoratic state press is attacking the legislature on what is probably its one weak point— the appropriations. The total sum appropriated by the recent session for the coming two years was $2,395,407. This exceeds by $400,000 the next largest appro priation which was made by the session ot 1903. At the first glance this excess of four hund red thousand dollars seems like a pretty big sum and that it would be hard tor the members to escape the charge of extrava gance. But it is fair to examine the items and see where the in crease comes from before passing final judgement. In the list are found the following. Capitol Building, .$200,000 Brookings College,,,. 50,000 Yankton Asylum, 36,000 Spearfish Normal, .1- 55,000 Aberdeen Normal, 60,000 Soldiers Home, 40,000 Vermillion Law*school 50,000 School of Mines, 16,000 Total,'. /"507, 000 Of this sum the am'ouut for the capitol building, $200,000 will come from the sale of lands and will not ccst the lax payers a cent. Also it is an appropriation never before required. The re mainder of $307,000 is for new buildings for our various state institutions. The fault, if any lies here, rests on the past legis islatures that have burdened our state with useless institutions. The greatest menace to the state today is the horde of hungry in stitutions banded together to prey upon the state.|J|The insti tution counties have a total mem bership in the legislature of fifty eight oat of a total of 134. Al most a majority in both tiousesr They are Strong enough to get almost anything they desire. It is their demands that increased the the total of -jppronri:iliins 1 'i .-a.4 ,r" W .law- iwSSS?-: il I the bankers like it? The Herald believes that they would object and so do the newspapers to a law that discriminates against them. -S" 4 4 ,1^- 5 Aty S Yours for business^^v'10 II 3 S 55 8 W rtrtnJUHrtrLrui Mil 't, Mm® %, 21, W v, i- SC l( 19071 UJ Vj, X&ttid the two million mark. If the legislature appropriated too much let the blame rest when it be longs. When it came to the in stitution grab there were no stal warts and no insurgents. The tax payers may well tremble when the creation of a few more institutions gives the vampires a majority. We have a large assortment of home grown stock of all the lead ing varieties of Fruit, Forest and Ornamental treks and shrubs. All goods delivered free in town.'' Hurley Fruit Farm,. Gr. N. Ray nor & Son "s~ .AUCTIONEER:: Jas. P. Jacobson WI»jTi:be» Dakota Aycttonoets Association ...« Kirie Stock Sales and General Furiii a specialty. My work is my reference. All dates made at Herald Office O^'Cf elephone 4 4 Residence' 45 G. W. Schultz OMent Auctioneer in Turner County Keierenoe Any bunk in tne county For Dates of Herald 01 L•addressInquireDavis, me at S. D. A W E 'r' Jean F. Sargent An LB ii Matters Carefully Attended To Parker, S. D. •A. if Carnabai m. THE a? 5 Blacksmith tp. 1 blacksmithing, Ilorse Shoeing and spjfgps Wood Work. Boiler and Engine Work a Specialty. Vfr*"* 'II.IWI—«• mm t»f.