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•aA—AiBAMAB fj ...-.v.,....-. Fawrup Our D. C. RCGG, Pres. 300 Central Ave. •flu] JMwS W LWMli 'm 4BHAPT1 arance Sale are closing out Summer Dress will Unci them Ladies' JV1 Hslin Underwear,Cor set Covers and Petticoats will iffirM'^d •!t low j.lso be oflej-ed our Spring Goods and to be ex- ceptioDally ii oo(l bargains. Ladies',Men's and (Miildrcns7 Oxford Shoes and Slippers, of all kinds, at biir bariraiiis. All of our Shirt Waists are of fered at a very low price. They are ^oinj, fast. Come early to this sale. He the first one and vou will have the largest stock O to select from. These are all [rains and useful. irood ban •ill: THE PEOPLE'S STORE Hand Baxc deal is now called off. !&u6®tos&la'! ••«asj3asa£iD®« Try The Do yon read weekly the want ads 111 the Herald's "Bulletin Board''? It will make you money to read them. If you want to hire a man, sell a house, rent a farm, buy a cow or any one of a hundred transactions with your neighbors put an ad in is ®lt costs only 5 cents per line and will bring all the customers in the country to your door and save you time and expense. Try it. Af/mOPOL'S% THE LKADXNO BUSimSM OOIXEOE OF THE NORTHWEST. This ichool holds tbe uuiqoe roiition of beinc Ihe largeit, task managed, most thoroughly lipped bnilneai school anywhere In this part ot (he eountir. .. H«ad4«afters for the famong Ores* Shorthand, the only reliable and scientific system extant. W at id at re of up or it MM. lastitatlon having •M*' b^ A k' Handsome Prospectus Sent Fcm bast elass of stadeats and doing the Life 100.000 Years Ago Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men, who lived 100,000 years ago, when life was in constant danger from wild beasts. Today the danger, as shown by A W 'Brown of Alexander, Me., is largely from deadly disease. "If it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery, which cured me, I could not have lived," he writes, suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stub born cough." To cure Sore Lungs, Colds, obstinate Coughs, and prevent Pneumonia, its the best medicine on earth. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed H. J. Pier. Trial bottle free. There were lots of drunks in Vi borg last Monday, attracted here on account of it being the Fourth (fifth) and neighboring towns being dry.— $15 Viborg Enterprise. Sees Mother Grow Young "It would be hard to overstate the wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric Bit ters," writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick of Danforth Mo. "Although past I 70 she seems to really be growing young again. She suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years, At last she could neither eat, drink I nor sleep. Doctors gave her us and all remedies failed till Electric Bit I ters worked such wanders for her health." They invigorate all vital organs, cure Liver and Kidney troubles, induce sleep, impart strength and appetite. Only 50c at H. J. Pier's. C. M. Reynolds just finished lay ing 5800 feet of Hurley cement tile for Geo. Nelson on his Hooker farm, From what we can see he has done a MM' *f*1a good job.—Viborg Enterprise. I Tortured on a Horse "For ten years I couldn't ride a horse without being in torture from 1 piles," writes L. S. Napier, of Rug less, Cy., "when 611 doctors and! other remedies failed, Bucklen's Arnica salve cured me." Infallible for Piles, Burns, Scalds* Guts, Boils, Fever Sores. Eczema, Salt Rheum. Corns, 25c. Guaranteed by H. J. Pier. Wm. Potts, who graduated this year from the College of Law of the State University, left last week for Olivet, where he will enter upon the practice of his profession. He had intended at first to locate at Spring field, but decided that Olivet was a better point. Mr. Potts is a young man who possesses the necessary energy for making a success of any thing he undertakes, and we can recommend him to the good people of Hutch'nson county.—Vermillion Republican. A Night Rider' Raid The worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills. They raid your bed to rob you of rest. Not so with Dr. King's New Life Pills. They never distress or inconvenience but always cleanse the system, cur ing Colds, Headache, Constipation Malaria, 25c at H. J. Pier's. Attorney S. H. Wright, of Sioux Falls, a former resident of Center ville, met with an accident Friday afternoon while attempting to board a street car in his home city. The car started up suddenly and he was thrown off his balance and dragged some distance, his right leg being badly lacerated.—Centerville Jour nal. A failing tiny nerve—no larger than the finest silken thread—takes from the heart its [papulae, its pow er, its regularity. The Stomach also has its hidden or inside nervt. It was Dr. Shoop who first told us it was wrong to drug a weak or failing Stomach, Heart or kidneys. His prescription—Dr. Shoop's Restora tive-is directed straight for the cause of these ailments—these weak and faltering inside nerves. This, no doubt, clearly explains why the Restorative has of late grown so rapidly in popularity. Druggists say that those who test the Restora tive even for a few days soon be' come fully convinced of its wonder ful merit. Anyway, don't drug the organ. Treating the cause ness is the only VOLUME XXIV HUKLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1909. NUMBER 14. of sick sensible and ful w«y. Sold by J, Pier* success SPECIAL atS2S.ll We show a particularly cHo]£6 selection of patterns and colors at this price. IJThis price means the high est grade of man-tailored garments, the very newest ideas in style. CJ Paying $25.00 for a suit of these clothes is economy. (]j Local tailors can not give equal value at $ 10.00 more. Only because of the im-1 mense volume of business done by Carl Joseph & Co. Tailor», Chicago If Is such high grade value possible at $25.00. €J Your protection in fit, style and service is our guarantee. Satisfaction, or your Monty back. Fawrup Nelson CHECKING NOXIOUS WEEDS. Line of Road Improvement TWat Should Not B« Overlooked. It to caconraglng to Me the attention that is being p«Kl to good roads all through the United States. Various state organizations are taking the mat ter up, national conventions axe being held, and an international meeting wan recently called to convene in Franco. Everything jolnta toward better high ways, better facilities for marketing crops and better conditions for the farmer. A good roud brings one ntvtrer to his neighbors, nearer to hie church and school and nearer to his market. The time will noon come when one will sjCHk of a fnnn ns being ten minutes distant from town rather than two miles. The popularity which the auto mobile is rapidly acquiring among farmer* will promote this good roads movement. There is a gpieodld opportunity for the individual to help the good work along by taking care of the rond3 in front of hie own farm. There la no surer method than to take pride in the road that goes pa»t your door. There is one line of road improve ment—the holding In check of noxious weeds—that is frequently overlooked. Every roadway can 1* kept free from these with comparatively little labor If the n»att«r Is taken up promptly. Esch weed tliat matures bears a more prolific crop of wed than Its prede cessor. If the fenee corners and the roadside are kept free it will be an eawy matter to exterminate the unde sirable weed poet* which are coming to be a decMnfl problem. If you can not dmg yoor rood, you can at least have regard for your adja it field to keep the weeds from growing along the rondsRU. MA1WTEWAWC6 OF HIGHWAYS. Pastures of the tatroi 8ystsm to Keep Roade III Good Condition. The new etptfe highway commission has i'.nupuneed thut it expects to adopt the patrol system for the maintenance of tho atat* an4 eouuty highways here-1 tofore tmpwed by state aid. This will frivolv* the mainteimnce of a force of ee»» lib j^axrqlaiea, u*th with 1 I £I*THit 1 a borne ntid cart and each assigned to look after the repair of ten miles of road. This system involves an ex pense of .V) a year per mile of road to be repaired. It has been success fully followed out in keeping In con dition improved highways in Massa chusetts and in certain foreign coun tries, and under the system the roads are kept in such a state of elliciency that much in the way of expensive re pair work is avoided. The commission has also voted to establish immediately a bureau of re search for the purpose of investigat ing the vnrions methods of construc tion In vogue in neighboring- states and for conducting experiments with a view to ascertaining the best form of construction which will be adapted to the present conditions, having in mind es^KiClally the great damage caused by automobile traffle. FLORIDA SAWDUST ROADS. Southern Expert Finds It Cheaper and Best Material to Use. They are making roads of sawdust mixed with earth on a new plan in Leon county, l'"la. Two ridges of earth are thrown up with a road machine nt the required width from each other, and the space between is 111 led with a six Inch bed of sawdust. This is fol lowed with a smaller machine, which plows up and mixes the earth with the sawdust This makes a roadbed on which the tires of the heaviest loaded Tehlcles make no impression. The contractor, G. II. Averitt. has kept an accurate account of expenses in con nection with this section of sawdust and earth road and says the coot ag gregates $297 a mile, showing It to be about the cheapest road material In ose. It may be suggested that sawdust Is not a durable material, but the Florida True Democrat meets this objection with tire statement that one or two •neb roads were constructed In a south Georgia county twenty years ago and are stili in good condition, showing Its durability. As is well known, Leon county soil is clayey. The Feather—A Game. Having procured a small flossy feath er, the players sit in a circle as closer, ly together as possible. One of the' party then throws the feather as high as possible into tlie air, a&l It is the duty of all tlie players to prevent It from alighting on them by blowing at it whenever it conies in their direction. Any player whom it falls upoii must ptf a forfeit 0©©©®®©0®©®©©©®®®®©®®©0® GUS BACH WANTS TO SEE YOIJI McCormick Binders, Mowers and Twine also Plymouth Twine Dempster Wind .Mills Buggies of all kinds and descriptions.'" Agent for International Gasolene eiT gines and 1 oLaval Separators. None better made. ©00®©©(S)©©©00©@©TO0C©@©©®ei lon«rcssvwHue«iB eimmMI offers your money the protection and security of its fire proof vaults, burglar proof safe, electrical bur- glar alarm, $25,000 capital and the management of an efficient board of directors. tiURLGY DI^AY LI]Me D. O. WARD« Proprietor. All Orders Promptly Attended to and Goods Carefully Handled '. .. MIDDLETON Potor Nielsen has put up a new windmill. Eliza Brsvdberry is spending a fow weeks with her niece, Mrs. R. O. Hall, at Wakonda. A dance was given in Peter Luden's new barn last Saturday evening. Estes Bagley returned home Fri day from Thornton, Iowa, where she has been working in a millinery store. Mrs. T. S. Moore is having a larg-1 barn built on her farm. Mrs. James Rundell is visiting h-i* daughter, Mrs. C. B. Stoddard. Mrs. K. J. Webb and nieces re turned to their home at Lancaster,-. Wis., after a few weeks visit wilh her sister Mrs. Alice Bradberry. A book on Rheumatism, by l.'r, Shoop, of Racine, Wise., tells so i.j plain truthg, an in a plain and prac ticle way. Get this booklet anu a free trial treatment of Dr. Shoop' Rheumatic Remedy for some dis heartened sufferer in your vicinity. Make a grateful and appreciate.» friend of some one who is dh-vour aged because of the failures of others to help him. Help me tc make this test, and I'll cennir.W help your suffering friend, il. j. Pier. Any lady can get a silvered "N'o Drip" Coffee strainer by writing Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Send on S as Drip" Coupon priviledye, givin. your name and address. Dr. Sho^ will also send free his new and ver interesting little book describing Shoop's Health Coffee. He 1th Co fee is such a close imitation of re Coffee that it requires an !xpt rt fell the difference. And neither ... there a grain of real cfVee^n Made from pure toasted, graij malt aid nuts, its flavor and (.wJ exceedingly gratifying. *o ted: boiling either. "Made in mi"v says Dr. Shoop. Writ toda the book arid "No-Dn Cr. Fawrup*Nftlson Co. m.