OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
BUMS $1.60 PER YEAR
C. a. OKFIOPJtB.
...(illbcrt A. Plrrcc
I. II. Teller
Judge Fourth Judicial iilstrlctci'Al^Smer
Marshal.. Harrison Allen
I roscciitlnK Attorney Hugh J. Campbell
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney..
surveyor Kencrnl C'ortez i'esaemlen
^ollector internal Revenue
(tcglijter Und OOee, Yankton .7.VO. A. Wetter
tecelver .... r'mndler
Delegate In Congress ". 3. II. ICavmoml
rreiuuicr W.H MeVay
Afldltor ..Geo. Ordwsty
Attorney General Alexander Hughes
Bupt Public Instruction \V. II. II. Beadle
Register ol needs
Judge of Probate
l\ M. Tier
J. 11. Be»be
I. H. Newb)
O. C. Stuart
Superintendent of Schools I- N. Alberty
noroncr A. I., l'etermaii
Purveyor Jos. Allen
Herk of Court Vale 1». Tlilclman
oiiuncir DiiiE(To iv.
CATnoLic CHUBCII—Near Swan Lake. Rev
George Slieehan. pastor. Services on the sec
ond Sunday of each month, commencing at
XX:30 a. m. Catechism Immediately after mass.
(JUACK CHURCH—Corner Park Boulevard and
Dakota street. Kcv. M. Hoyt, missionary in
eharge. Services at 11 a. in.
Piirk Boulevard and
Dakota street. Rev. Samuel 8111, pastor. Ser
vices every Sunday it a. in. Sunday school
at 12 m. Prayer meeting every Thursday eve
ning at 8 p. m. Young people's prayer meeting
Sunday evening at 8 p. m.
E. Ciionoii—Swan Lake—Rev. Win. Gray,
iastor. Services every two weeks, at 11 a. in.
lunday school at 12 m.
E. 8. M'COOK POST, NO. 31, CI. A. K,
Senior vice commander.
Junior vice commander,
Officer of the day,
omcerof the guard.
C. A. Near
II. II. Deyo
jr. S. Itobinson
C. B. Harrigle
J, O. Brodlo
1). l)wyer sr
Meet first and third Saturday of each
at 7 p. in., in Allen's hull.
1IUB1.EV I.ODOE NO. 91. I. O. O.
Meets every Friday evening at 7 o'clock
Visiting members cordially invited to attend.
GAI.LAOHHK, W S.
W 0 T.
Chicago and Northwestern Hallway Time
TRAINS «OIN(5 KAST.
Passenger. No. 42 .. r. .rJ p. m.
Mixed. -14 4:2.1 a.in.
Freight, 45 2:45 p.m.
Passenger, No. 41
Make through connection fur line
W. A. THRAI.I., Gen'L Ticket Agent.
W. E. WUUTMA:.". Aiient
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY MANSFIELD Si
Novemeber 20. 1884.
.Barley, .No. 1
Sugar, per lb
Hay, per ton
HELF WAITED—Females. V,
AVanted—in every town, city or coun
ty. an intelligent, energetic lady of good
addresss and some business ability, to
introduce to the trade and consumers,
Madam Dean's Celebrated Spinal Sup
porting Corset. Splendidly advertised
highly recommended by the leading Mo-,
distes, the fashionable Dressmakers,
and the most eminent Physicians of the
United States arid Europe. Liberal pay.
Agents are making 815 to ®6o weekly.
Address. LEWIS SCIIIELE & Co.,
390 BKOADWAY, NEW YOKK.
Come in and examine our
tinware und hear our prices.
& Lovin. V'jjp Xa
Tycoon Tea and Tansill's Punch cigar
are all right Mansfield & Allen sell
'em at the corner store
Don't fail to see Vinton & Lovin's.
new line of stoves when you are in
town. Cash money buys cheap.
Don't fail to call at Vinton & Lovin's
new stove house north side of Center
Ave. at the old furniture store.
High-toned decorated chamber sets
Very nice, at Mansfield & Allen's.
Don't fail to buy your flannels, fur
nishing goods, underwear, hosiery,
yarns, and in fact everything you need
for winter of Ilogan & Pier.
Baskets/ measures, forks, spades,
shovels, scoops,, handles, single-tree
boots and shoes of m.gan & 1'icr.
Vinton & Lovin are .still selling
puinpsicheJip. Go and a Wgarn.
Kees hius just reccivtHi one of the
largest stocks of whips in Turner Co.
ji Lamp goods of all kinds at Mansfield
%Pe ar« prepared to sell groceries as
-rb&pas any Arm in Turner Co. Our
groceries and crockery is com,
hl«te AVe keep good goods we keep
Ave a» bound to soli
or give them wway wo mean
seat and"db truing
fleld & Alton.,
M1CAL MENTION, ft*
Buy your whips of K. Kees.
Fence wire of all kinds At B( es'.
Coal hods and fire shovels at ltees'.
Fresh Oysters at Pioneer Drug Store.
Best soap in America at Robinson's
Horses and mules for sale by W. B.
New salt just received at ^lansfield &
Buy the Enterprise ineat-chopper, of
Blaine for president and K. Bees for
New lot of Tycoon Tea at Mansfield
Buy Rogers Bro's silver plated ware
of R. Bees.
Another invoice of skates has arrived
at the rink.
Spink county made no change of its
H. B. Vinton is building an addition
to his house.
Oneida is made the county seat of
Anew line of gloves and mittens at
Ilogan & Pier's.
Yellow and ltockingham ware at
Mansfield & Allen's.
New goods arriving daily at the
Pioneer Hardware Store.
The plasterers are finishing up Mrs.
Botermari's new lionse.
Union county gave a majority of 75
against licensing saloons.
Get trial packagc of best soap in the
world free, at Robinson's
A. full line of Harper's school books
at the Pioneer Drug Store.
A car load of brick just received at
L. L. Smullin's lumber yard.
The seat ot government for Camp
bell county remains at LaGrace,
It is reported that the Hurley post
office bee has commenced to buzz.
"Woonsocket wins the county seat of
Jerauld county by a small majority.
Oil your harness with Buchanan's
Honest Harness Oil. Sold by R. Rees
A fresh supply of buckwheat flour
in any quantity desired at Robinson's.
It is a delight to burn Peraline Oil,
which can be had only at the Pioneer
Pettigrew's majority was about 400,
which was I at least SCO more than it
should have been.
Another car of fresh wood burned
white lime just received at.L. L. Smul
lin's Lumber Yard.
A line line ol' jersies just received at
Robinson's also a lew choice all-wool
cashmere dress patterns.
Look out for that immense stock of
Holiday Goods which will be at the
Pioneer Drug Store soon.
The Mitchell Capital wauls John D.
Lawler for governor of Dakota under
the administration that is to be.
There will be a grand Thanksgiving
dance at the Hurley skating rink, with
an oyster supper accompaniament.
Ilackett says tickets were burned at
the Spring Valley polls election day.
Spring Valleyites say Ilackett is a liar.
Superintendent Alberty will hold a
teacher's institute at Hurley on Satur
day, .Nov. 22, commencing at 1:30 p. m.
The celebrated Trunk Coffee at ltol
inson's. Buy a dollar's worth, and if
you are lucky get a first-class trunk
H.~ J. Sanborn has been ai'ding many
improvements to his residence, and lie
now has one of the best farm honses in
By far the largest stock of crockery,
lamps and silverware in Turner Co.,
has just been opened for sale at Alans
field & Allen's.
There will be a special meeting of the
ladies' auxiliary at G. A. R. hall, Satur
day, Nov. 29, at 4 p. m. All members
are earnestly requested to be present.
Owing to the late day at which we
received copy of the official count of
the votes cast at the late election, we
are unable to publish the same this
Parker Press, 15th: The slaughter
house of James Donohoe burned last
night, together with two cows and
some dressed stock. Origin of the fire
It is only the monopolists who are
afraid of Cleveland. Straight dealers
rejoice when they can give low prices.
Live, ana let live," is the motto at
Eli Perkins will lecture at Lennox
Dak. Friday evening Dec. 2nd. Subject
The Phylosophy of Fun." All are re
Grace church M. Hoyt, minister in
double-trees, .fcc., &c.,
jtp at Vinton & Lovin's.
ife have one of the best tinners in
sell tinware just is cheap
as ever. Vinton & Lovin.
Xirou can save money by purchasing
23cl, 11 a.m.
morning prayer and sermon: subject of
discourse: Adult Baptism. 30 p. m.,
evening prayer and sermon subject:
Tow of Renunciation.
Quite a flurry of excitement was oc
casioned in town ednesday by the re
ported capture of the party who mur
a Avomah and child in Nebraska
in September last. An examination
proved beyond doubt that he was not
the man wanted, and he was dis
On Tuesday, the 18th inst, Messrs.
Thompson & Wallace, with a Nichols
& Shepard vibrater, threshed out 580
bushels of oats in two and one-half
hours, iuiikinar 232 bushels ah hour, or
nouiiy 39 bushels a minute. This work
Wiis done on the farm of A. B. Smith,
und takes tho cake."
As Mr/%. AVitheo was returning
from town one evening recently his
horse took fright and ran, throwing
him out of the buggy at the railroad
crossing, where ho struek upon one of
the Tteel rails hurting his leg quite
severely, but fortunately, breaking no
bones. The horse continued running,
and succeeded in demoralizing tho
LAMSON—HICKS—At Mapleton, Iowa, on'
Wednesday evenlug, November 13th. Mr. Joseph
Lanison, of Hurley, Dakota, and Miss Mniule
Hicks, of MaIlcton, ltev. C. N. Lyniau, ofilei.
The newly wedded couple arrived on
Friday morning's train, and took up
their residence on Park Boulevard.
Mr. Lmnson is well known to most of
the citizens of the central portion of
Turner county, nnd has a reputation,
socially and in business dealings, af
which any man might well feel proud.
All gladly welcome the one he has seen
fit to choose as his life-mate, and that
she may find her sojourn in Hurley one
of pleasure, is their earnest wish.
From tlic Mapleton, Ioa. People's Press Nov.
The above social event was the occa
sion of a delightful assembly at the
home of Mrs. Lizzie llicks last evening.
The bride, Miss Maude, the accomplish
ed daughter of Mrs. Hicks, and whose
circle of acquaintances and admiring
friends is legion, was dressed in white
brocaded satin, tulle veil, .with tea roses.
The groom, Mr. Joseph V. Lamson,
who is equally popular with a host of
friends, having formerly for a number
of years resided in Mapleton, was
dressed in regulation black.
The presents were numerous and ele
gant. The happy twain leave to-day,
via. Onawa, lor Hurley, Dakota, where
Mr. Lamson is engaged in business, and
where he has fitted a home for the re
ception of his bride. The good people
of Hurley are do be congratulated on
the acquisition to their number of so
estimable a couple as they will find Mr.
and Mrs. Lamson. Tho old saying our
loss is their gain, is applicable in this
instance. If every wish from their
friends for their future happiness were
a blossom, their pathway through a
long life would be literally strewn with
First, subscribe for your home paper
second, take the Sioux City "Weekly
Journal, which contains moro reading
matter of general interest to this sec
tion than any other newspaper. It is
furnished at the low price of 81.25 a
year, which brings it within the reach
of all. Read the advertisement in an
other column and note the attractions
it offers. Parties wishing to take the
Herald and the Sioux City Weekly
Journal, can have the two papers one
year for S2.50 by subscribing through
Having disposed of our lumber yard
in Hurley, we want to close all book
accounts. All parties khowing them
selves indebted to us will please call
and settle the same at once, either by
cash or note, ami save costs.
J. II. QUEAL & Co.
Hurley, D. T., Sept. 16, 1884.
Buckwheat flour and maple syrup a
Mansfield & Allen's.
The count is completed, the result is
announced, and Grover Cleveland
elected to preside over the destinies of
this country for four years commencing
with the 4th day of March next. The
struggle was a severe one, each party
doing its utmost to seeurc tho victory.
The campaign was not of the kind that
tends to elevate tho morals of the peo
ple, and it is to lie hoped that a portion
of the issues will now be buried. That
Mr. Cleveland will make a good exieu
tive we have no reason to doubt, judging
from his past record. There will proba
bly be a loud clamoring for spoils,'
but we predict there will be many dis
appointed ones among those who look
forward to a wholesale decapitation of
official heads upon the incoming of the
new administration. i'
I will loan you money at low interest
and no commission. C. Frederickson
Hurley, D. T.
AV. D. Clayton & Son have purchased
the exclusive right to manufacture and
sell Mix's bed springs in Turner coun
ty. From a personal knowledge, we
have no hesitancy in saying that this
is one of the best bed bottoms in use,
and if you once get one on your bed
you will not allow it to be removed.
The price of tho springs is only §3.00—
cheap enough to be within tlia reach of
all. If you do not see Mr. Clayton, drop
him a card at Swan Lake, and he will
call and attend to your wants.
Cleveland is elected. Monopoly is
busted. Boots, shoes, clothing, dry
goods and groceries have taken another,
tumble at Robinson's.
Money*to le Made*
It is said that dull times are not
known by the agents for the great nub
lishing house of George Stinson & Co.,
of Portland, Maine. The reason of tuis
exceptional success is found in the fact
that they always give the public that
which is keenly appreciated and at
prices that all can afford. At present
we understand, their agents are doing
wonderfully well on several new lines.
They need many more
parts of the country. Those who need
profitable work should apply at once.
Women do as well as men. Experience
is not nocessary,.l'or Messrs. stinson &
Co. undertake to show all who are will
ing to work, not hard but earnestly,
the path to large success. It should be
remembered that an agent can do a
handsome business without being away
from home over night. Another ad
vantage—it costs nothing to give the
business a trial, and an agent can de
vote all his time, or only his spare mo
ments to it.. Stinson & Co. guarantee
grand success to all who engage and
follow simple and plain directions that
they give. We have not space to ex
plain all here, but full particulars will
free to those who addrt?ss tho
tirm their full address is given above.
In eleven counties Dakota the
commissioners refuse to grant license
to sell intoxicating drinks. The coun
ties are Spink, Kingsbury, Jerauld,
Charles Mix, Sully, Mcl'herson, Clark,
Faulk, Union, Buffalo and Potter.
J. T. Ilewctt of Adelia, called at the
Herald office Monday and left money
for a year's subscription, to help paint
the editor's new residence," he said.
L. B. Hanson, formerly of Daneville,
but now working l'or a Vermillion
sewing machine agency, was in town
last Friday night and took In the rink.
Miss Einina Fitch returned to Yank
ton the first of the week, after several
week's visit with her sister, Mrs. \V. C.
Brown, who accompanied her for a
brief visit in the Fountain City.'
Assessor-elect 0. C. Peterson was
transacting business in town Monday,
and favored the Herald with a call.
Ole has been a resident of Dakota for
fifteen years or more, and has been a
member of the territorial legislature
and fully comprehends the importance
of the duties of his office.
The ladies' auxiliary to tho Grand
Army post will give a fresh oyster sup
per at the Tremont House, Thursday
evening Nov. 27th, (Thanksgiving day)
for the benefit of the Hurley Cornet
Band. By order of
Mns. M. S. ROBINSON, President,
At a regular meeting of the Hurley
lodge No. 911. 0. G. T., held Nov. 14th,
the following officers were installed for
the ensuing term:
F. E. Hamblin, W. C.T.
Bertha Basye, W. V. T.
John Glalagher, W, S.
B. B. Allen, W. F. S.
Kate Elliott, W. T.
M. M. Basye, AV. C.
Mahlon Lavne, AV. M.
E. E. Berry, AV. O. 0.
ilyrah .Tudson, AV. I. G.
Carrie Conklm, AV. A. S.'
Sarah Woodward, AV. I). M.
Martha Lavne, AV. R. II. S.
Lena II. AVendt', AV. L. II. S.
Rowland Rees, P. W. C. T.
The lodge is in a flourishing condi
tion, and has been the -means of doing
much good in this community.
Four choice dwelling lots and two
choice business lots for sale. Inquire
of R. Rees.
A Voice from
We got licked, wc acknowledge it,
and are awfully sorry. But, gentlemen,
understand it is only a temporary
affair. The republican party will do
nothing to prevent you from doing tne
best you can. AVe iiavc a very poor
opinion of democratic wisdom and
statesmonship, and as a consequence
we shall from time to time give you
good advice, and besides remind you
that we feel mighty thankful that the
United Slates senate stands like
granite wall between the democratic
party and unwise legislation. In p.iss
ing, also, "the rowdy AV est gives its
compliments to New York, and will
say that inside of three presidential
terms the Empire state will.be away
station, with its mugwnmps busy sell
ing tickets to the now empire of the
Mississippi valley. New York has
gone against tho west and western in
terescs, but just set it down as a fact
that the rowdy West" will be on hand
at the next battle and the next.
Fresh comb honey at the Pioneer
The Howdy "West."
(.-htciigo Inter Ocean.
Having finished counting, let's get
down to business. Let every republican
put his shoulder to the wheel and make
things hum. The democratic party, by
the grace of the mugwumps, is in the
saddle but this great country belongs
to its fifty-two million people, and every
honor should be guarded, and every
material interest protected and sus
tained by its loyal subjects. The great
party which hiis been in power for
twenty-four years and made the Nation
what it is to-day will not sit down in
the sulks and say it is another Bull
Run and we are ruined, and then try
to make the prophecy good.
Hanging lamps. ,,
Night lamps and
endless variety just f^beived and for
sale at very reasonable prices.
MAXSFIHLD & ALLEX,
Dealers in groceries and crockery.
Drunkenness or DIM Uquor Habit, can ?)o
Cured by Administering Dr. Humes'
It can be give in a cup of cortee or
tea without the knowledge of the per
son taking it, effecting uspeedy and
permanent cure, whether tho patient is
a moderate drinker or an alchohlic
wreck. Thousands of drunkards have
been made temperate men who have
taken the Golden Specific in their colfee
without their knowledge, and to-day
beleve they quit drinking of their own
free will. No harmful effects result
from Its administration. Cures guar
anteed. Circulars and testimonials
sent free. Address, GOLDEX SI-ECIFIC
Ct), 185 Itace St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Wf
Colic iu Horses
Can be cured by one or two doses of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhea Remedy. It never fails. Thou
sands of cases have been cured by it.
'Many veterniaries and horso doctors
use it exclusively and neve lose a case.
Tho dose for a horse is half of a 50 cent
bottle. The second dose is seldom re
quired. Bold by 13.. Branch.
HURLEY, DAKOTA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1884.
T. C. Griffith, general agent of
Sioux Falls insurance company,
Fred Morrill was in town Wednesday,
selling coffee, sugar, etc., and spinning
Geo. Kuhn, special agent for John H.
Queal & Co., has been looking after the
company's business interests in Hurley
during the past week.
Mansfield & Allen offer this .week:
All kinds of preserves.
The AtUiiititfion of Dakota.
The forty-ninth congress will not ex
pire until March 1877. There is not
mi'.di probability that it will admit
Dakot i, either whole or divided. The
pivsent congress kept Dakota out in
order to deprive the republicans of its
electoral vote and of its delegations in
both houses of congress. There will
be more reason than ever for desiring
to exclude republicans from the senate,
and Dakota may expect to stay out in
the coid until an honest and decent
party recovers control of the govern
ment in all its branches.
By that time a curious spectacle will
be presented. A great commonwealth,
with a population rapidly approaching
a million, and ranking above many old
states in wealth and importance, with
absolutely the smallest per centage of
illiteracy of any political community in
the world, with magnificent railroad
systems, nourishing cities, growing col
leges, excellent laws, and full-Hedged
municipal institutions—will have no
part in congress and no part' in tho
choice of a president,, but will be in
helpless subjection to a congress in
which the balance of power is to be ex
ercised by the representatives of such
monstrosities of violence, ignorance
and misgovernment as Mississippi,
Alabama. South Carolina, Louisiana
Dakota lnus to-day more than half a
million people. Its population is double
that of Florida, nearly ten-times that
of Nevada, almost twice that of New
Hampshire, three times that of Oregon,
double that of Riiode Island, nearly
double that of Arerinont, more than
three times that of Delaware,- about
equal to that of Nebraska, and about
twice that of the "centennial state of
Colorado. AVithin two years it will
have overtaken anil surpassed in popu
lation the states of Connecticut, Maine
and AVest Virginia. AVithin five years
it will have surpassed several more.
It is a shocking outrage to keep this
lusty young giant in a condition of
tutelage anv longer.
The division of Dakota is now gener
ally admitted to be inevitable, even if
not in all respects desirable but either
half has already an abundance of rea
sons for demanding admission. Tho
two Dakotas, and Washington Territo
ry as well, are entitled by every princi
ple of justice and by the whole theory
and practice of our institutions, to the
dignity and privileges of statehood.
Rogers Bros, quadruple plate silver
ware. Call and get prices.
MANSFIELD & ALLEN.
Having engaged in the business of
buy in hogs at llnrley, I am now pre
pared to pay the highest market price
Headquarters at Snyder's lumber ollice
\Y. It. GOWDY
Nick Brady of Craigf, Mo.', hsulii severe
attiick of diarrlKSU,'which he cured with
two or three doses of Chumberluin
Colic, Cholera- and Diarrhoea Heinedy.
Soon afterward his brother's horse was
taken with colic. He gave it the bal
ance of the bottle of the remedy, which
soon cured it. Every family should be
provided for such emergencies. Sold
bv E. Urnuch.
St. Patrick's Pills, now so popular for
disorders of the liver and bowels, were
named in honor of the great and good
St. Patrick. His mission was to do good
So is theirs. Try them and you will
acknowledge that they are in every way
worthy of his name. Sold bv E. Brauch.
Ladies, call and seo the clonks and
dolmans at Hogan & Pier's.
What's tho use of going to Parker
when you can get the best organs and
pianos right in Hurley. Kobinson will
sell you a better instrument for less
money than any other dealer in Turner
Do not neglect, when you visit Par
ker, to call on Parfitt the photographer
and have your likeness taken in No. 1
The old reliable of Turner county, be
it distinctly understood, notwithstand
ing, know ail men by these .presents,
that I have tho cheapest stock of whips
and oak harasses in Turner county.
Fresh fancy candies.
TansiU's punch cigars.
A:! vsh and good, and cheap for cash.
Cail and see us and get our prices.
st."':. ipo tho Public.
Notice is hereby given that my wife,
Annis Morris, hits this day left my bed
and board, without cause or provoca
tion, and all parties are hereby warned
not to trust or harbor her on my ac
count, as I shall pay no debts of her
contracting after this date.
JOHN A. Mpnius.
Hurley, Oct. Otft, 18S-1.
Headquarters Soldiers and Sailors
Association—Elk Point, Dak., Oct. 24,
1884.—It is greatly desired that tho
name, county, regiment and postofllce
address of every ex-soldier in Dakota,
not connected with tho G. A. R., should
be on file. in. this ofliee. Will tho com
rades aid in this work? Send by postal
card, stating plainly name, company,
regiment and P. O.^address.
WAT/TEH 1. HIMUS,
See's S. & S. Af»'n of Dakota.
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TO THE PUBLIC!
... :v- K—I :i—i
Having bored and drilled more wells
than any other company in the
nortliwest, and having in
TWO FIRST-CLASS AUGEllS,
we do say
,v that we are in
the county for the purpose of
surface or artesian. Will give a good
supply of water or no pay. Will take
stock in paymen, or on time with good
security. Can go any depth required
Leave orders at P. O. lox HW.
a week at lioine. 85.00 outflt tree. I'ny
absolutely sure. No risk. Capital not
required. Header, If you want business
at which persons of either sex, yoiuiE or old, ean
make great pay all tlic time they wort!, with abso
lute eertalntv. write for particulars to 11. llAI/
I.KTT & Co. I'ortlaml. Maine.
"Always Lead But Never Follow!"
rcss-x*.••-V/ v. V' .!
O S JLTt O. SN DE U,
-FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE—
Baukluu Hours from 9 to S.
R. E. BUCHANAN'
Physician and Surgeon.
PARKER, D. T*
All calls promptly ntUHuleU to. OWce
tins UIHM'JVH HlArv.
Do ors, Blinds, Shingles,
T^atli, 13 ii 1 cli xig-p
ex\ ]\1 on Iclings
Oi lice and Yard South ol I?ostoffice.
V5*^ .»K' S"
We will sell you wagons on
Some of the men who died from tlie plague
brought on by the wonderful
PARKER STOVE MAN.
They are Resurrected
and coming to tlie front with a stock of
Stoves that will Make Mm
and see us
Not Dead but Sleepeth!
•QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITST'!
Cook Stoves from $3.00 to $30.
Heating Stoves in Every Style, Va-1
riety, Size and Price.
HA W A RE
We mean all we say and will not be
VINTON & LOVIN,
HURLEY, 7 ,: -r
J-j. L. SMIJLLIN
First Class in Every Respect. G-obd Sample"
Room for Commercial Men.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable in Connection^!
Good Rigs at Reasonable Rates.
Teams with or without drivers furnished on short notice. Horses boarded b)
the day or week. Farmers will find this a good place to
lea\e their teams.
On Real Estate Security,^
A/fc lrteas6iia,lDle Rates.
ife* ALL AND SEE JU5 HEKOJJK BPKHOW1NG KLSKWJIEUK.
DOORS, SASII, BLINDS/- MOULDINGS,
And All Else Usually Kept in a FirstrClass Lumber ard.
E O N O S E
II12 C. M. VIISTT02ST, Prop.*
J. A. HAND.
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