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Turner County herald. (Hurley, Dakota [S.D.]) 1883-19??, March 24, 1910, Image 1

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"I have awful spells of Neu
ralgia and liave 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 a ith
Neuralgia that I some mies
thought I
Sometimes
take two of them, but never
more, and thev are sure to re
lieve me." MRS. FERPJER,
would go crazy,
it is necessary to
Lynn St., Lincoln, Neb.
Sold by druggists everywhere, who
are authorized to return price of first
package if they fail to benefit.
MILES MEDICAL CO.,
Elkhart, Ind.
ATIpTION SHIPPERE*
To re! best results ship
yo.tr Slay atvl Shaw to—'
25. 2b2-LIOTT*(Sb CO-
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Wt STUBBORN AS MULES
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
I iiy before Dr. King's New Life Pills,
the worlds best Stomach and Liver
remedy. So easy. 25c at II, 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
days trest will tell. Sold by H. J.
Pier.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
are safe, sure and reliable, and have
been praised by thousonds of women
who have been restored to health
through their gentle aid and cura
tive properties. Sold by H. J. Pier.
In Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee, pure
healthful toasted grains, malt, nuts,
etc are so cleverly blended as to give
a wonderfully true coffee tasta, color
and fllavor. And besides, Health"
Coffee goes a third farther than any
other kind. You actually get 100
full cups, from a 25c 1J pound pack
age. And Health Coffee is "made
in a minute." No 20 to 30 minutes
tedious boiling is at all necessary.
And besides there is not a grain of
real coffee in it. Sold by Fawrup
Nelson Co,
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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 II. J. Pier.'
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Rev. Douglas and family vif ited
at the Samuelson home last week.
Dr. Joyce has been spending a few
days at Dunlap, Iowa, visiting with
his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith were
Barker visitors Saturday.
Presiding- Elder Shepherd preach
ed a good sermon to a full house
Sunday evening.
Peter Temple Sr., 'east of town, is
reported very sick.
Mis Bena Hi 1 brands will
The Lad
Lveryoody come.
(iK)',viey has sold his barber
Mr. and Mrs. Crowley will go to
Sioux 1 'alls where he will work at
his trade and Mrs. Crowlev wiU^.re
sumo her old position as saleslady at
the Bee Hive.
Mrs.,). R. E: went Sioux
Falls Friday for
tives.
MerL Sweet went
business Saturday.
Chamberlain' Stomach and Liver
Tabfes iavaribly bring relief to wo
men suffering from chronic constipa
tion, headache, biliousness, dizziness,
saliowness of the skin and dyspepsia.
Sold by H. J. Pier.
i'OW OL«iS'I*'i KATIvS TO PACIFIC
COAST
IJnilj- t'ntil April IT.
One way tickets at special low
rates from all points on the North
Weste
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SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, MARCH
Wednesaay for Lahtornia for a few Sold by Pier
vi it it re at iv
John Boterman is here from Hos
pers, Iowa, visiting his brother,
Fred.
Aid
the
cent social
O. M.
will give ateh
aebate on Uie subject of woman's
at the home of Rev. I i]'V'v'''if .t.V'Sl n'"i''V
ngnts. Lvervoody Come. I anctioi ,al l.i:, Iron! dio.--of the oourl liouso, in
t! city of I'arlior, Tiirm.-r l.'ttiiiiiy. Soulii Daici
ii1, al Uio liour of 0110 o'dork i-,
nop to parties irom Isebraika and "f jsiii .lay of April, i»io. to iiio lu-iu-si and
h.'st Idddor.foroasli, Hi.. i,.-i tli •*(.*{ ]?, ,rt.-r (M
W J|) of section tliii-ly-nvo. towiiyiiip nino
of i-antfe Jif v-Uwi't* c-^
ilfili
1 to San Francisco, Los
Ange.f luitkmdand Puget Sound
Points.
A tn-weekly service of Pullman
tourist sleeping cars through with
out change via diverse routes from
Mankato, Alton and Sioux City to
Los Angeles, affords a most com
fortable and economical means of
travel.
For full particulars apply to ticket
agents the North Western Line.
A. K. DeJong and sons moved on
Thursday to Wessington Springs
near which place they will farm,
For the past several years Mr. De
Jong has lived in and near Parker,
He, is a gentleman who has been
prominent in local church work and
has many friends here. The New
Era wishes him success in his new
location.—[Parker New Era. ,,
AN AWFUL ERUPTION
cf volcano excites brief interest, and
your interest in skin eruptions will
be as short, if you use Bucklin's.
Arnica Salve, their quickest cure.
Even the worst boils, ulcers, or
fever sores are soon healed by it.
Best for Burns Cuts, Bruises, Sore
Lips. Chapped Hands, Chilblains
and Piles. It gives instant relief.
25c at H. J. Pier's.
Insinuating.
"Yos." boasti'd .Siov.pay. "I havo
bought an autoinobilo now, but 1 will
pay j'ou that §5 I borrowed six years
n?o."
"Better be careful," responded Kinks,
with fiue sarcasm. "You might be ap
prehended for speeding ChLrs
Vew
v'oYiii'ty, Son| ii Dal,'.t
ill 't-iMi' i. Terms ol
piii 'diasi' iirin- to 1»-
I the tf i.v o! ssnc.lli.. rcm iin|,
.. ... .... t'lioii i|i|rnv il ol'r-aiil s:ilj ijy Hie court. Said I
ISit V. Jtn rela
n-al
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SAVED A SOLDIER,S LIFE
Facing death from shot and shell
in the civil war was more agreeable
to J. A. Stone, of Kemp Tex., then
than facng it from what doctors
said was 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. 1 now weigh ITS
pounds." For Coughs, Colds,
Grippe, Asthma, Hemorrhage.
Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping
Cough and lung trouble, its su
preme. 50c and 1.00 Trial bottl
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, reliever
the Kings, opeus the secretions ami
aids nature in restoring the system
to a healthy condition. Sold by Ii.
J. Pier.
Fully nine out of every ten case.
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
trial. You are certain to bo pleased
eave with the quick relief which it afford*
U!CI*'f i: IJIC'S SALiC of I. KSTA'riC
Under tlx .'iiiilioi'ii.v of dfcrc-c of die circuit
to I n1 1 ii a it ii in or
wwnt.y of Tunicr, South Ijakol.-i, tn.uio npont
I0i.li da.v oi' .March, Hu 411 tin-aotion of .losr
ednescny evening. Mrs. K««c nainnon-rumor coumy
Davis and Rev. Douglas
will|"u !ira"1'1'"1'''ir('llill
24, 1910
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Mllljl.'Cl to i|l|HVV l| Iiy
•-lie. ten ji -r cent of t.lie
I'Sii'l .-aid rcfcrci- ni»in I
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will be .sold suhj.-et lo thy riiriils of
thi- in'csrut toiiutit of said jircnii:
j''"'t I" :ill asscssniciits Iiy
lu'iiolits lo riaid real
pcrlinlin llii'irof
Fairchild
•saiil 1'i'al I'stali
to Parker on
aad siih- 1
reason of allied
stale, or any portion, or
upon aixoi nl of said Jlrau:)i-
iraiiia^'r, ditc.li. Abstract, of title to
may be scon and examined at.
tin1 ol,ice ol .limes iK .Joues, Parker, S. D,
lulled this ir»i.li day of ,March, 1910.
K. 1. SJlACKli,
Jones .lones Kel'crce, l'arlter. S. D.
Attorneys MlT-5t
wagy.-y. owitftw^iiia!:3''aio .ivrAua3.'aEHg»a»rggrg!3MiKi?iBgai5r
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For best results and careful
attention to
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COMPANY
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Marseills. Sandwich and Racine
Corn Shellers—ail sizes.
Dempster Windmills
Buggies of every description
Agent for International Gasolene en
gines and DeLaval Separators,
one better made.
[iU^LGY ORAY Llf^e
A 1*2 ID
1 3 O W
ligs Dyjjjtfpsia Tablets
1 & IN I E S I O N
5TO .rn TOQURIflO
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SPECIAL SPRING SALE OF ,.
adies'and Misses'Tailor Made Suits'
Coats, Capes. Dresses, Waists,'Skirls
W liave mado ni'raii^'ciiic^nts with a well known cast
eiji Cloak and Suit house to have their representative
with us for the above date with a striekly up-to-date
line for your inspection and selection.
Hiffji Class Up-to-date Garments
At Extremely Reasonable Prices
can
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Promptly Attended to and Goods
Carefully Handled
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NUMBER 50
SEE YOU"'
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NOT KMC Of T! ,M 10 Arl'OtyTHU
Rtsite of South lJukota
County of Tumor
VOK
iMovixc wn.r.
S'S
In county court
In the matter of the estalo of Lars Knudscn, dc*
ceased
'I lie state of South Dakota sends
11)10,
at
i'Ii'vcii
gri'«tinis
Martini S. 1( lUKiseo, .lo-iepliinc Knudsi'ii, Hia-
11:1.11 nil Koi'.dsen, Mary Hri.'en, l.oiilse (.'undrtr-
son, Andrew Knndsi'ii, i,ena. .leii.'icn, Martha
Olson and Lea. Moen, iieirs next of kin of I.nra
ICiindsen, dcciNised.
i'ursuiuiv, to an order of said court niadR on
ilie-.'rttli day «i l^ebruary. A. ii. ililo, ,ioMre is
inSretry iven that Friday, tlie IStli day of March
I.
Put01! at l'arlter, South Dakota., this
of February, A. D, l'JlO.
1!.V the court,
A lost
Das' K. ILAjraox,
buy tho very garment you
10
o'clock A. M. of said day,
at the e.mrl. room o: said court, at l'arker, S. i.
in tin county of urner have Peen appiduted as
Hie tiineaiKi place for proving l,h! will of said
Lars Knudsen, deceased, anil for lie •ring tlio
said iiet il.ion lor pr.olialt! liereof and I lie issn-
•mei Of let.T.'rs testcincnlary tli'.'rein, when and
Ahere any person Interested may appear and
contest, the sane.
sotii day
J. VV, Kmi ijnds
County Judge
CJlerlc of the County Court.
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