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VOLUME XXVI
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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
jleased. Sold by H. J. Pier.
NORWAY
Jill Our l.'orrc*innlciit
Mrs. J. Moen and children of
Humbolt, la., visited last week with
her mother, Mrs. L. Knutson.
Peter Anderson of Parker was out
to see his brother, T. M. Kvilhaug,
last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brue spent last
Sunday at Centerville.
Henry and Ole Odland were home
from college for a visit this week.
Miss Ella Odland, who goes to
school at Canton spent last week
with her sister Mrs. E. A. Holland.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Christensen
moved this week to their new home
which they bought last fall from A.
M. Bodwell.
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.
Piei\
Fortify now against the Grip—for
it comes every season sure! Preven
tics—the little Candy Cold Cure
Tablets—yffer in this respect a most
certain and dependable safeguard.
Preventics at the "sneeze stage"
will, as well, also surely head off all
common colds. But promptness is
all-important. Keep Preventics in
the pocket or purse, for instant'use.
iJox of 48 for 25c, Sold by Pier.
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®|rDo von keep a check account at this bank? The
system is convenient, safe and businesslike. Costs
you nothing.
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Are You On The "Road To Wealth?"
of ?(i ti rH i»
THE ALL LEATHER LIME OF
1 SHOES for Spring' and Summer
$ is now open! Call and see them. Sam
ples will be shown in the west window.
I New line of Nobby Shirts and Stock
ings will also be opened this week.
The Corner Store
J. J. MANSFIELD
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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
fly before Dr. King's New Life Pills,
the worlds best Stomach and Liver
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
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.
Live Stock and Merchandise
AUCTIONEER
GLENN F. SARGENT
HURLEY, S. D.
Eleven years' experience with merchandise
and duily handliug of stock.
0. 11. WOODWARD
AUCTIONEER
Reference: Anyone you chance to meet
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CONTRIBUTIONS TO BEADLE
MEMORIAL FUND
TEACHER
DIST.
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Express and postage...
RUKLKY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1910
AMT.
Shulenberger $ 81
Anderson 1 00
Niggli 100
Hargrove 50
Arney 1 70
Smith 1 00
Hooker 75
Bruse 75
Griffin 95
Vetter 35
Cheney 1 40
Graber 1 25
Vetter
Booth
Kaastra
Boardman
Wheaton
Foster
Bartle
Bnterman
Paulson
Scott
Larson
Hirst
Brown
Hershey
Massie
Rundell
Larson
Wood
Hanson
Furrow
Nelson
Vogel
Henningsen
Rudolf
Lakings
Paulson
Madsen
Franssens
Merritt
Madison
Steadman
Johnson
Sage
Groseth
Larson
Chi Ids
Waltner
Graber
Rogers
Ries
73 Hackett
74 ah men
75 Dahmen
76 Rundell
77 Stewart
78 Tower
80 Regan
81 Paulson
83 Taylor
84 Allison
85 Begem an
86 Ives
89 Brethorst
90 Isaacson
91 Anderson
F. 6 Spaniol
F. 3 Mabee
R. V. 1 Kaufman
R. V. 4 Waltner
R. V. 2 Harmon
Hurley Peters
Davis Nagel 2 68
Viborg Appling 9 30
Marion Glassco 4 35
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1 20
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1 10
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1 00
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1 25
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1 20
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1 35
1 40
30
1 25
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1 50
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1 25
2 10
1 00
1 00
75
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1 50
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1 10
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1 50
1 00
1 00
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3 25
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1 00
1 25
1 00
8 15
$90 50
3 00
Net am't remitted 57 50
of
Gov. R. S. Vessey is treasurer
the committee and we have his re
ceipt for the above amount. Turner
County was asked to contribute
$148.70 to this fund. Money sent in
from now on will be accounted for
later. JoS. SWENSON, Co. Supt.
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.
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.
Rings Dyspepsia Tablets
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. 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.
COQUETS FOR CHAS. SANBORN
County Commissioner Chas. San
born, we understand, announced his
candidacy for a second term from
the fifth district Mr. Sanborn has
a splendid record for ability, level
headedness and faithfullness, has
been a conscientious representative
of his district and the whole county,
and will no doubt be given the sec
ond term usually accorded worthy
officials. This
Writer
ONE FOR LON BACON
A. W. Bacon and F. M. Watson
a is vi it or I uesday. Mr.
Bacon is a candidate for county com
missioner and for this place no doubt
the best wishes of the voters of
Davis and vicinity. The Monitor is
$Vased to j-efer anyone "to the ad
mirable record of Mr. Bacon when
he was our commissioner from this
district for a number of years. Most
everyone in these parts are assured
that Lon Bacon will be a successful
commissioner. —[Davis Monitor.
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.
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has noticed
that Mr. Sanborn is spoken of as one
of the best commissioners the county
has had in years.— [Centerville Jour
nal.
We are pleased to see that Charley
Sanborn has announced himself as
a candidate for re-election of county
commissioner. As we have said be
fore, Turner county has the best and
most economical board of commis
sioners of any county around and
Mr. Sanborn is a man who believes
in conducting the business of the
county on strictly business principles.
[Viborg Enterprise.
13. G. WARD I-
Bert Eiliotl, the Hurley base ball
artist, has gone to Caldwell, Idaho,
where he will play second base for
the league team of that city. p]lliott
is on the salary roll at $117.50 per
month. His friends at home are
confident that he will make good.
With him is Whisinan, the former
Morningside star. "v
The funeral of Mrs. John Gort
maker occurs today in the church at
Monroe, interment will be made in
the Parker, cemetery. Mrs. Gort
maker has been living with her
daughter, Mrs. Louis Greble. She
has been a sufferer for a long num
ber of years. Mrs. Gortmaker was
an old and respected citizen of this
county and the sympathy of all is
extended to the breaved one.
yOR TO TOG OR OLD
THE BEST PILL SOLD
Rings
Little liver Pills
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NOTHK TO CltKIJITOKS
State of .South Dakota,)
ss. In County Court
County of Turner
In the matter of tin: estate of Lars Knudson,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
Emmanuel I,, Knudson. executor of the last will
and testament of Lars Knudson, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers, within six months after
the lirst publication of this notice, to the said
executor at his residence in the county of Tur
ner. Dated at March 22nd, A. I), into.
KM.MAKUKL L. KNUD.-HN,
ICxecutor of the last will and
mUl-it testament of said deceased
S' SHIRT WAISTS
Big line of Ladies' Shirt Waists and prices to suit
39c to $5
THE PEOPLE'S STORE
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GUS BACH
WANTS TO SEE YOU
Marseills, Sandwich and Racine
Corn Shellers—all sizes.
Dempster Windmills
Buggies of every description
JU Agent for Internatiorml Gasolene en
gines and P.eLaval Separators.
None better made.
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All Orden Promptly Attended
PARKER
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Dr. Fleeger has purchased the
Hirst house in the second ward and
will move thereto in about thirty
days.
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Carefully Handled
and
Goodl
LOW COLONIST KATES TO PAC1ITH
COAST
Until April 15
One way tickets at special lol
rates from all points on the Nort"
Western Line to San Francisco, L)
Angeles, Portland and Puget Sour
Points.
A tri-wcekly service of Pullrm
tourist sleeping cars through witl)
out change via diverse routes froi
Mankato, Alton and Sioux City
Los Angeles, affords a most cor
fortable and economical means,
travel.
For full particulars apply to tickc
agents the North Western Line.,
lilil'UltlCK'S SALIC or It 10at,
ESTATKI
Under the authority ol'a decree of the circul
court of tlie lirst judicial circuit, in and for till
county ol Turner, South Dakota, inade npont ill
10th day of .March, 1!I19, in the action of JosiT
liiiin Leonard against Mary Kliiie-Throsa Hel
zeli-Kva Kooth-Artam Dahmcn-Kate Dahmeil
ltose l)ahnien-(!odfred Dalnnen-Tiirner Count]
and the Braueh-Kairchild drainage ditch th'J
undersigned the duly 'appointe d, qualified and
acting referee in said action, will sell at pubill
auct ion, at the front door of the court house, i(
the city of l'arker, Turner County. South Oakc_
ta, at the hour of one o'clock in the al'ternooil
of the 18th day of April, 1910. to the highest amf
best bidder, lor cash, the north west quarter (I
W of section thirty-two, (32), township nlneJ
t.y-elght, (08), north, of range fifty-throe, (03)1
west of the liftli principal rneridien, Turnef
county. South Dakota, subject to approval bj
the court. Terms of sale, ten per cent of tlwL
purchase price to be paid to said referee upoil
the day of sale, the remainder to be paid in casll
upon approval of said sale by the court. Saic
real estate will be sold subject to the rights ol
the present tenant of said premises, and subl
ject to all assessments by reason of alleged
benefits to said real estate, or any portion, otf
portions thereof, upon account of said Brauclij
Fairchild drainage ditch. Abstract of title to
said real estate may be seen and examined
the oflice of Jones & Jones, l'arker, 8. D. •.
Dated this 15iU day o£ March, 1910.
K.I. SHAG EK,
Jones & Jones lteferee, l'arker, S. D.|
Attorneys Ml7-5t

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