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VOLUME XXIV.
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RE.LIE.VE
Neuralgia
"I have awful spells of Neu
ralgia and have doctored a
great deal without getting
much benefit. For the last
two years I have been taking
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills and
they always relieve me. I
have been so bad with
Neuralgia that I sometimes
thought I would go crazy.
Sometimes it is necessary, to
take two of them, but never
more, and they arc sure to re
lieve me." MRS. FOURIER*
2434
31 «fc tt fc of ffy II rlf j»
This Bank Pays 5% on Time Deposits
^[Do you keep a check account at this bank? The
system is convenient, *afe and .businesslike. Costs
you nothing.
Are You On The "Road To Wealth?"
J. IB. McOALLEN,
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THE ALL LEATHER LINE OF
SHOES for Spring and Summer
is now open. Call and see them. Sam
ples will be shown iti the west window.
New line of Nobby Shirts and Stock
ings will also be opened this week.
The Corner Store
J. J. MANSFIELD
AKE ONE
OF THESE
LITTLE
TABLETS
AND THE
PAIN
IS GONE.
Lynn St., Lincoln, Neb.
•old by dniBOlata iwrywhm', who
art authorised to return price of flrat
package If thoy fall,to benefit.
MILES MebrCAL C0., Clkfcart. lnd.
ATTENTION SHIPPERS
ocf bttt results ship
your Hey and Straw to-
H. L. ELLIOTT CO
g««llHll
Ml)
Shipper*
I wwapous, sr. pail
STUBBORN AS MULES
$
4
Monitor Gas Engines
and Windmills
Cedar Rapids Pumps,
Piping, Sand Points
Well Work a Specialty
Mutfley. S. 1.
Phone 82
are liver and bowels sometimes
seem to balk without cause. Then
there's trouble, Loss of Appetite,
Indigestion, Nervousness, Despond
ency, Headache. But such troubles
fly before Dr. King's New Life Pills,
the worlds best Stomach and Liv&r
remedy. So easy. 25c at H. J.
Pier's
Nothing in the way of a cough is
quite so annoying as a tickling, teas
ing, wheezing bronchial Cough. The
quickest relief comes perhaps from
a prescription known to druggists
everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Cough
Remedy. And besides, it.is so thor
oughly harmless that mothers give
it with perfect safety even to the
youngest babes. The tender leaves
of a simple mountain shrub, give to
Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy its re
markable curative effect. A few
dtfys trest will tell. Sold by H. J.
Pier.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
are safe, sure arid reliable, and have
been praised by tHousonds of women
who have been restored to he&lth
through their gentle aid and cura
tive properties. Sold by H. J. Pier.
Iti Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee pure
healthful toasted graihs, malt, huts,
etc are so cleverly blended as to give
a wonderfully true coffee tasts, color
and fllavor. And besides, Ileal th
Coffee goes a third farther thari toy
other kiUd. You actually get 100
full cups, from a 25c 1} pound pack
age. And Health Coffee is "made
in a minute." Ko 20 to 30 minutes
tedious boiling is at Ml necessary.
And besides there is not a grain of
real toffee in it. Sold by Fawrup^
Nelson Co.
ROKLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY,
PROGRESSIVES ORGANIZE
According to call about forty or
fifty republicans met in Centerville
last Tuesday and perfected an organ
ization for the county. The meeting
was called to order by Andrew
Bogue. J. J. Murphy was elected
chairman and W. H. King secretary.
The following committees were then
appointed: Permanent organization
—Pinney Widlon, Roantree, Browne
and Borman. Resolutions—Andrews,
Bogue, Anderson, Ege and Good
hope. The committee on organiza
tion reported in favor of a county
organization with J. J. Murphy as
chairman with a county committee
of seven members. The following
were appointed as such committee:
Browne, Widlon, King. Pinney, Lak
ings, Jas. Thomson and Dingman.
The committe on resolutions re
ported resolutions endorsing the
Huron progressive platform and
pledged the conference to the sup
port of those principles. Governor
Vessey was present and addressed
the meeting for a few minutes.
In the evening a large meeting
was addressed by the governor who
defended his administration and de
clared in favor of the progress of
the state and the proper support of
all state institutions.
No county ticket was nominated
or discussed, the general feeling
seeming to be that the primary was
the proper place to settle candidates.
NAMES OF CITIES.
They Are Frequently Miscalled by
Travelers Abroad.
"How far are you going?" asked my
fellow traveler as we came across the
St Gottbard. "To Paris," I replied.
He looked puzzled. Then I recollected
that he Svas ati Italian and that he had
told me he had never been out of Italy
before. "Parigi," I said, smiling, and
he knew ut once what I meant.
Then it occurred to me to mention
London to him and see If he tinder
stood. He obviously did not. "Lon
dra," translated. "Ah, Londra!" he
repeated. "Yes, yes." Here were two
of us journeying together across Eu
rope In an age which Is supposed to
have broken down the barriers that
once hindered free intercourse, yet
we- were not even agreed as to tb*
names of the principal places oti our
route.
He called Milan Milahd, Florence
Firenze, Turin Torino, Naples Napoll.
For Basle he said Basilea and Lucerna
for Lucerne (which the Swiss them
selves call Luzern. pronouncing the
"z"
like ts».
Stop a moment, though. When I say
he called Florence Firenze, and so on,
I am laying myself open to miscon
ception and the charge of insular in
solence. Rather should I put it that
we English il! Firenze Florence, just
as we call Pndova Padua and Livorno
Leghorn. We cannot even give the
E(?rnal City its proper beautiful name.
Instead of Roma we say Rome, which
is only a trille better than the Ger
mans. who deep down in their thrOats
grunt out "Rom."
The Germans are very bad offenders
i« this matter of miscalling places, for
they give them often such Cacophonous
equivalents as one would never think
of connecting with the real name. The
first time I went to Italy let the
train leave Bellinzona without me. 1
tf-as drinking a cup of coffee and it
slipped off. I thoroughly enjoyed a
sunny September afternoon's ramble
amid vineyards and along the shore
(so far as I recollect) of an enchanting
little lake. Then I went back to the
station to catch the evening service to
Milan.
Presently a long and important look
ing train thundered in. On it were
boards—"Berlin-Mailand." I regarded
them idly, wondering where Mailand
was and why I had never heard of it
before. It was only when I saw a
friendly porter wildly summoning me
to enter and heard a guard crying, out,
"Chiasso, Como, Milano," that 1 re
alized the situation and understood
Idfalland to be German for the city we
call Milan. The German for Venice Is
even more 111 sounding—'"Venedig."
Who would ever associate that liarsh
UiByllable with the glories and loveli
ness of the miracle city of the lagoons?
—Loudon Mail.
Grim 8cot Wit.
A Scottish minister had among his
parishioners a man who dealt In old
tioisei, alternating hls spMls of labor
with heafy sprees. During the pe
riod of depression which followed each
overindulgence John habitually totik to
bed and there diligently studied the
family Bible. During one of these fits
of attempted reformation bis condition
prompted his wife to call In the Rev.
Same Way.
"How did you find dear old Broad
way
r
"That way yet*
"What way?**
"OK and
MARCH
SAVED A SOLDIER,S LIFE
Facing death from shot and shell
in the dvil war was more agreeable
to J. A. Stone, of Kemp Tex., then
than faCng it from what doctors
said wfes consumption. "I contract
ed a sudden cold" he writes, that
developed a cough, that stuck to me
in spite of all remedies for years.
My weight run down to 130 pounds.
Then I began to use Dr. King.s
New Discovery, which completely
cured me. I now weigh 178
pounds." For Coughs, Colds, La
Grippe, Asthma. Hemorrhage,
Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping
Cough and lung trouble, its su
preme. 50c and 1.00 Trial bottle
free. Guaranteed by H. J. Pier.
Medicines that aid nature are al
ways most successful. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy acts on this
plan. It loosens the cough, relieves
the lungs, opeus the secretions and
aids nature in restoring the system
to a healthy condition. Sold by H.
J. Pier.
Fully nine out of every ten cases
of rheumatism is simply rheumatism
of the muscles due to cold or damp,
or chronic rheumatism, neither of
which require any internal treat
ment. All that is needed to afford
relief is the free application of
Chamberlain's Liniment. Give it a
trial. You are certain to be pleased
with the quick relief which it affords
Sold by H. J. Pier.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tables invaribly bring relief to wo
men suffering from chronic constipa
tioni headache, biliousness, dizziness,
sallowness of the skin and dyspepsia.
Sold by H. J. Pier.
AN AWFUL ERUPTION
of volcfcno excites brief interest, and
your interest in skin eruptions will
be as short, if you use Bucklin's
Arnica Salve, their quickest cure.
Even thg worst boils, ulcers, or
fever tores ar£ 6ooh healed by it.
Best for Burns Cuts, Bruises, Sore
Lips. Chapped Hands, Chilblain^
and Pifefc It fciVes instant-"telitef:
25c at H. J. Pier's.
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Rings Dyspepsia Tablets
RELIEVE INDIGESTION
STOMACH TROUBlJtf
KEFEKEE'8 SALE OF KEAt ESTATE
Uuder the authority of a decree of the circuit
court of the first judicial circuit, in and for tbe
county of Turner,
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South Dakota, made upoii the
10th day of March, I9i0, in the action of .lose
pliili Leonard against Mary Kline-Throsa Het
zell-Eva Rooth-Adam Dahmen-Kate Dahmen
Kose Dahinen-tiodfred Palimen-Turner County,
and the HraUch-Fairchild drainage ditch the
undersigned the duly {appointed, qualified and
acting referee in said action, will sell at public
auction, at the front door of the court house, In
the city of Parker, Turner County, South Dako
ta, ai the hour ol one o'clock in the afternoon
of the 18th day of April, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, the north west quarter of (N
W of section thirty-two, (32), township nine
ty-eight, (98). north, of range llfty-three, (63),
west of the fifth principal meridien, Turner
county. South Dakota, subject, to approval by
the court. Terms ol sale, ten per cent of the
purchase price to be paid to said referee upon
the day of sale, the remainder to be paid in cash
upon approval of said sale by the court. Said
real estate will be sold subject to the rights of
the present tenant of said premises, and sub
ject to all assessments by reason of alleged
benefits to said real estate, or any portion, or
portions thereof, upon account of said Brauch
Fairchild drainage ditch. Abstract of title to
said real estate may be seen and examined at
the office of Jones & Jones, Parker, S. D,
K. I. SHAG ICR,
Jones & .tones lieferee, Parker. S. D.
Attorneys Ml7-5t
Auction
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Are you frequently hoarse? Do
you have that annoying tickling in
your throat? Does your cough an
noy you at night, and do you raise
mucus in the morning? Do you
relief? If so, take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and you will be
pleased. Sold iy H. J. Pier.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Hurley, S. !, March 7.1910
I herewith submit my report of the financial
condition of the city of Hurley at the close of
business on February 3d, i#10.
UEWSRAL FUND
Balance on hand Sept. 1, 1909 9 488 31
beeeived from licenses:
Peddler $2 00
l'ooi Hall 48 00
Drav 12 00
Skating Rink ... 000 68 00
Received for city water ... ...... i860
Received for rent suction pump 8 00
from water works connections.. 37 60
sale of old lumber 60
from taxes 1213 73
Warrants paid $1892 87
Account overdrawn OS 73
$1892 37 1892 37
WATER WORKS FUND
Balance on hand Sept. 1,1909 18 40
Balance ou hand 1£40
18 4U 18 40
INTEREST AND SINKING FUND
Overdraft Sept. 1,1909 #131 61
Puid semi-an'l iuterest on bonds 287 60
Received from taxes 485 44
iialance on hand 116 t3
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GUS BACH
WANTS TO SGE YOU
Marseills Sandwich and Racine
Corn Shelters—all sizes.
Dempster Windmills
Buggies of every description
Agent for International Gasolene en
gines and DeLaval Separators.
None better made.
fiURLGY DRAY LI]Ve
D. C. WARD Proprietor.
All Orders Promptly Attended to and Goodft
Carefully Handled
$485 44 485 44
CEMETERY FUND
lialance on hand Sept. l, l'JiKt... 22f 21
Received from sale of lots 8 50
Balance on hand 234 71
234 71 7T
There is outstanding' and payable by the city,
not included in the above report., registered
warrants on the general fund in the sum of
$1,66.1,48, nineteen $500 water works bonds, one
payable on the first day of July of each year
until all are paid, each bond drawing 5 per cent
Interest payable semi-annually and nine de
ferred annual payments of $05 each and interest
ou the Hurley City drainage ditch.
Respectiully submitted,
A. .J. ALLEN, Auditor
Report accepted by the citv conncil this 17th
day of March, 1S10. A. W. BACON,
Mayor, Fro. Tetn.
DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND QUE
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
DON'T MISS THE BARGAINS
THE PEOPLES' STORE I
FAWRUP-NELSON CO.
KTJMBEK 49
A failing tiny nerve—no larger
than the finest silken thread—takes
from the heart its impulse, its pow
er, its regularity. The Stomach also
has its hidden, or inside nerve. 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 poplarity. Druggists say
that those who test the Restorative
even for a few days soon become
fully convinced of its wonderful
merit. Anyway, don't drug the
organ. Treating the cause of sick
ness is the only sensible and success*
ful way. Sold by H. J. Pier.
NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED
PHOVINO Will
Slate of South Dakota.
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FOR
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County of Turner county court
In the matter of the estate of Lars Knudsen, de
ceased
The state of South Dakota sends greeting to
Marthas. Knudsen, Josephine Knudsen. Em
manuel Knudsen, Mary Brcen, Louise Guilder
son, Andrew Knudson, Lena .Jensen, Martha
Olsenand Lea Moen, heirs next of kin of Lars
Knudsen, deceased.
Pursuant to an onf« of said court, made on
Ihe 26th day of February. A- D. 1910. notice is
hereby given that Fridav, the istli dav of MarWi
A. I). 1910, at eleven o'clock A. M. of said day,
at the court room or said court, at Parker, S. i.
in the county of 'turner have been appointed as
the time and place Tor proving the will of said
Lars Knudsen, deceased, and for hearing the
said petition tor probate {thereof and the issu
ance of letters testement-ary therein, when and
where any person interested may appear and
contest the sa'iie.
Dated at Parker, South Dakota, this 80th day
of February, A. D, 1910.
By the court,
J. W, EDMUNDS
County mine
DAW E. HANSON,
Clerk of the County Court.

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