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i! .record breaking time. W A 'mtr **, A Township News 'NORWAY ITEMS Pleasant spring: weather. It 18 icportpJ that seeding has com menced in l.toaelield township. JoVin Martjn and Minnie Martin ure homo from Yaakton for a week's vaca tion. Willlo Vogland is recovering from th'j pneumonia very rapidly although he is still very weak. 13. M. Vauderley and wife of .ri visited with A. M. Bodvvell and faraily last week. Mr. Vanderley will leave this week for Dickinson, N. D., where he has filed ou a claim. Mrs. Vander ley will follow iu about thirty days. Sa.ve«l llur bon'it I.lie The happiest mother in the little lowu of Ava, Mo. is Mrs. S. lluppee. She writes: "One year ago my son was down with such serious lung- trouble that our physican was unable to help him when, ly our druggist's advice be»an giving him Dr. King's .New Dis covery, ana I soon noticed imprave meut. 1 kept this l.reatmant up for a few weeks when he was perfectly well. lie has worked steadily since at carpenter work. T.)r Kiiiy't: New Dis covery saved hin life,' Guaranteed hastcoujh and cold remedy by H, J. I'ler Druggist. •&<and SI 00. Trial 1)0 tie fvae. PARKER l'rom PrfiSS-LoiHk'r. Karl Fruit, of Plattville, Wisconsin* arrived here Friday and will tpend the summer at the N. K. Ilundell home. Miss Katherine Gross went to Hurley Tr.c3.lay to visit Mrs. J. •). Larson. Mr. and Mrs. All. rt Miner and son Luci.is left Monday morning for Spo tcane, Washington, to remain perma nently if the climate agrees with their health. Marion has a dog case which prom ises to reach the state supreme court. E. P. ilowo Instituted an action against Thawyer Mel son for damages on the ground that the latter had shot and killed liis dog1. After a prolonged trial in a local x:ourt, which was at' tendfed by practidally the entire pop ulation, Rowfe secured a ju'Jgetnent of $50 against Nlelsoc. The Judgement #tfh1'&o»trft4unoiMtfl to, 185.401 It tftt Btit|tt8biV|bife *4uftr-en$ thd ^AtttjUar, but Nettsoo qo# I&u decided noi to 0&y nam 1 rj ir- r^) f. A f*!&x ,. L\ '•''""J-ss. hil ?£h=: 1. ®,li' Made Li Syracttse, '•TT^'ll'U.^ -r-msfym •..•••. •••.• 1 the a:xi .miit, si will ap.jjai ihe} case to the state circuit court. Should the jury which tries the ease alTi.-m the the action of the local court, there is every urosf.cct. that the case will be carried to the. stale SCHOOL iNSOTES fchool 0])ened last Monday after the lef vacation with nearly a full at tendance and work again is on its way iu earnest. The Turner County Athletic Meet will be held in Hurley on May 3rd. The events will be as follows: 50 yard Dash, 1UU yard Dash, 220 yard Dash, 440 yard Hun, l.le I ay Race, Hammer Throw, .Shot Put^ Running Broad Jump, Standing Broad Jump, Hunning High .Jump, Pole Vault, Hop, Step, and Jump, Hurdle Uace. A gold medal to person securing most points and also meual.s to each person secur ing first place in any event. Banner to winning school. Hurley does not expect to win many firsi places but the bovf are getting ready for the meet and will b&ve entries iu nearly every event. •.••How to KcuiHin Ymiiixp To continue young in health and strength, do as Mrs. N. F. liowan, Mc Donougb, Ga., did. She says: Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured me of chronic liver and stomach trouble, complicated with such au unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as llannel. 1 am now prac tical. 20 years younger than before 1 took Electric Bitters. I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husband's store." Guaranteed at 1J. J. Pier's Drug Store. Price 50c. The case tried last week in Judge Dwyer'a court, wherein Belle Hare was charged With assaulting and beat ing Kufus Hickox, the judgement be ing a conviction and fine and costs amounting, to'830.20 assessed, Vrhich Mr. Have refused to pajv apd the girl iUWWlh tfa'a city marehftl and ftttendittg school, :•,• .:•••••• j, :. .• oassimeres and cheviots. supremecourfc, .at a cost of hum!•• ods ol dollars. For Catarrh, let mo send you free, just to prove merit, a Trial size box of Dr. Snoop's Catarrh Remedy. It is a snow white, creamy, healing antiseptic balm that gives instant releif to Ca tarrh of the oure and throat. Make the free test ard sac, Adress Dr. Shoop Jtacine, is. Large jars o) cents. Sold by 13, .1. Pier. Wotki'd ikn a Cli:irm Mr, D. N. Walkeh editor of that spicy journat, the Enterprise, Louisa, Va., says: "I ran a nail in my foot last week and at once applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve. No inflammation followed the salve simply haalecl the wound." Heals sores,, burns and skin diseases. Guaran teed at H. J. Pier, Druggist. 22c. PARKER Mr. John Pelmulder transacted busi ness at the "Hub" last Wednesday day, the 20 th. Peter Allen wa3 up on business last Monday. Ford llackett is slightly improve ing, altho, the six week siege has mado him very week. Clara Witbee and Fannie Alderson visted with Mr. and Mrs Naohtigall tne latter part ol last weak. TURNER COUNTY HERALD. 6- f&HUHLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THUKSDAY, MARCH" 28, 1907. has probably caused ruare conulemna- Coug torv comment than any court proceed ure heretofore hold here. It is under stood that ihe boy was using insulting language to the girl, and commenced to assault her. It is properly the sense ol public opinion thai girlhood is entitled to the fullest privilege of protection, both personally and from those who invoke and dispense the majesty of law,—[Ccnterville Journal. Mr. James Hogan and daughter. May me an:l Oelia look in the sights at the Countv Seat Monday. Mr. Ciaus Weber returned to Parker last week after several wocks ao senca in Cnieago, visting relatives J. E Englenan one of the oldest bus iness men of town, has sold out to Mr. Sie nann or Fuldon, S. D. who took possession of the business Monday. Clifford Patrick is repored ill of small pox. Koy Field house was in towp Monday on his way to North Dakota. Ray Sargent and Allen Parsons pass ed through town Monday on their re turn to Brookings College after spend ing the spring vacation at their res pective homes., lOUIHl Kt L»8t J. A. Harmon of Lixemore, West Va., says: "At last I have found that perfect pill that neter disappdints me and for the benefit of others afflicted with tor'pid liver and chronic constipa tion wWl say:',- take OKI Kinjt'a^ New Ztffe PUlaif" teh«rflrifea& ,8fcti«aotbry. 25c at ii. J. Pler'e Dt&g^ikt. i*W t~v hf -a** _,* &s<«? -_!.*' that wo arc making throughout the store, are so tempting that you can surely suit your fancy and "your purser in*" Jiensive stock of the new styles in all the fashionable fabrics and every garment reflecting the highest attainment !C/ in custom tailoring, you can select with safety any style .you like at any price. -v 1 See our STIFF and SOFT HATS Some most splendid values at $3.09 and $3.50 Other good values are $1.50 and $2.50.%'-«Tbey are worth 50c to $1.00 more. .£ Easter cravats, rich exclusive effects in ^our in hands and ascots, 50c each. Shirts, regular and coat style, new weaves, $1,00 to $2,50 *T- IS wt-tW, L. E.CARR i£tw& 'i&2 ,1.. Mi x^. HfcF^-V ,, ,TA a- JL "jjDon't let Easter Sunday pass wihout donning new Spiing attire. With a conipre- 'V' SPRING BACK SUITS in all the smartest single and double breasted styles in striped, plaid and mixed worsteds,' $!© 0 $25 STYLISH SPRING TROUSERS in all. sizes for all size^ of men—fine worsteads and cassimeres in handsome patterns, true cus* torn made inside and out, price 50 $5 00 & HURLEY SOUTH DAKOTA t, been for years. The National Tjaw now requires that if any poisons enter into a cough mixture, it must be printed on the label or package. For this reason mothers, and others, should insist on having Dr. She op's Cough Cure. No poison marks on Dr. Shoop's labels— and none in the medicine, else it must by law be on the the label. And it's not ouly safe,•but it is said to be by those that know it best, a truly re markable cough remedy. Take no chance, particularly with your child ren. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr. Shoop package with others and see. No poison marks there! You can always be on the safe side by demand ing Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply refuse to accept any other. J. Pier. Sold "Music, music, all ni-omul Brooks are breaking into sooiul Bads aro btirstini iiiuli'i' jmmnd When tin.'merry March winds blow, The women of South Dakota have much for which to thank the recent ly adjourned session of the legisla ture. The new temperance laws, the cigarette law, and the age of consent law are strong bulwarks forj initio the safety and protection of home. Nb' legislature in South Da kota has\ ever done more for the morals and education-t of its young people than did that1of 1907. If the women and men of the state will stand back of them in the enforce ment of the good laws enacted we can point with pride to South Dako ta as the cleanest state in the union. The vicinity of Hurley does not seem to be favored by the spring flowers. There are few places in South Dakota where the early pasque flower does not grow but this seems to be one of them. The pasque flower favohs the sunny hill 'sides and our low lying meadows are too wet and cool. So we taust patiently wait!lor the violets,'and db without these lavendfer beauties tfctft hold in aheiMciaUitV.\cups the firct fffu ,.®sM m,- t# '-v:.-. no: .y.. \v-. .*.•••• *£:••"... 4 NOTICE 1 5:}, V9)i W r"f insf-sfci/K-i. ', -5%0- 1 ^JTW., H*. frj *t •'V^. 'VAY 111 said countv and state, run ning henc *. agenetsil southwesterly direction to olif Pond in section is, township 9", range M, ailectini! ihe tract of country through which proposed ditch runs lor a distance of a mile, or thereabouts on each side of said ditch and whereas tho separate tracts of land through wlitc.li the proposed ditch will run and the names of the owners thereof us shown by the records ol said county are as follows: the smith west quarter of section 12, owner .Hubert A. by 11. Mcadinan. the Miulh east quarter of section .: ". ••"..•' •!•.•.••• '.KH -v.yw 4. T® 4-?ui A ?-d£? W- "x & %. W.<p></p>GO *Tk "-f IWV'1' «. A 4 Jos A, •£JLS&V SI-*.*?1 JL* ui ,v :J N(i OF DITCH J'Kl'ITION I11 I lid Matter (if the Petition of .John It. K'cl son «t al. lor tlu: construction of a .drainage ditch. THE 81'ATK OF SOU til DAKOTA SENDS (iRlili'fl NU: all persons herein.alter named :uul described: Whereas, .lohn H. Nielson and others have presented to the Board of County Commission ers of urner Countv, South Dakota, a petition for tilt construction of a drainage ditch, com mencing at a. point near the west central part of the south west, quarter of section VJ, town siiin 97, ranee 11, owner John II. .Nielson, the north halt of the north east quarter ot section 14, owner Peter N. A^Kcrgnard, the south half of the north east quarter of section 11, owner Andrew J. Thonr s'.'n. tiie east half ol the south west quarter of section 11, owner Andrew II. Headman,tins west half of the south west quarter of section u. owner Lizzie WoifT, theeasr, halt of the north west quarter ot 11, owner Joels Christen Peter sen, ihe west half nfthe north west quarter of section 14. owner kmmaT. r. Wolif, the west half of the north east quarter of section 14, own er Andrew J. 'Ihonison, and the. east half of the north east quarter of section 11, owner Kmma '1. 8. Wollt, all of said land being in township !J7. range oJ. 'X urner County, boutli Dakota. And whereas the said Board of CotiM ni nors has Itxed the 2nd dav of April, 1M0T, j|^e|at four o'clock p. 111. thereof, at the room of the said Board ol County Com uissioners iu the Court Mouse 111 Barker. South Dakota, as the time and place lor hearing s:iM petition. Jvow, itierelore, ah persons affected by the said proposed drainage arc summoned io ap pear at"said time and place and show cause why the said drainage .should not be established and constructed, and all persons deeming them* selves damaged by the proposed drainage or claiming compensation for the lands proposed to be taken fw said drainage are summoned to present their claims therefore at said bearing. Heferouce Is herebv made to the flies ii. this proceeding for further particulars. liv order of the Board of County Commission ers of Turner County, South Dakota. Attest: J. W. ELLIS, K. W. UllOWNK Chairman (j/ounty Auditor [81SAI-J if WELL DRILLING! &i Kinns ol tubular work d'olie and satlstaction :*j' guaranteed,• .,t Ldaje ohlfen^tt^»4Jtiem ^^y^afdwars store MILK^ BftOS. jNUMBEli 50 CS« ^'trA -a*-, 'V* s'yt**: LW Hurley Art Gallery 'A MRS. HIGH, Proprietor, Satisfaction''ttuaranttied. ,, GEO. E. VAUHGAN, M. Office over Vaughan'e Drug Store.'!?® &!S% Calls ana we red promptly. H! ABSP8 Hflk FUOI'JCKT'Y VtTTKD. Offi 5ft Pinnf, No.» K^sidenc^Phoiio, K.-. 4 S.-GRAVES Physician and Surgeon'."' Walls oromptlv attended. Office ml rjsldenc on Center Avenue tlUULEY SOU^H DAKOTAri sPJr :f E.J. THOMPSON, VBTEKINA.RY SUKGEON AND I?J:NTIS i\ vg-* ,\***% At. Murphv rtron. siahle in ITnr'ev Saturdays oaiancn 01 time at home on I arm iu Spring Val- townstiin I'lione No. 72, Hurley Rural Line PURE BRED SHORT HORN GATTLfc. And Uuroe Jersey flogs, young stock for sale at all times. At 'arm three miles east of town.' *4 vi lllll m. Jit $ ,xh -ci* 1% l:y S. E. McCULLOUUH, Hurley, S. Dal«. NOTICE To the Patrons of Hurley School District No. 79, A meelinff of tbe voters "of Hurley School District No. 79 will be held in tbe back room of the Turner County Bank, Thursday evening, March 28th, 1907, at eight o'clock p. m. for the pur pose of deciding whether the district shall submit to haying tbe southwest 'quarter of Section 36 taken from Dis trict No. 79 also to instruct the Board itf regard to enforcing collection of tuft^on. bated 18? By order o! tbe BobOol Boai-i.