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VOLUME VI. ifi ipt-1 m: Turner County Herald. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. IT PUBLISHED BY W. C. BROWN. MBMBKK or DAKOTA Punas AIROC-IATIOX. TKSM8 $i.eo FKn YKAS, In Advance. ,yr.' GENERAL DIRECTORY. C. I. OliriCKRS. J***8-"""- ..Louis K, Church 55£yyy M. I,. McConnnck julee Fourth Judtci'aViiIst'r'iit'.'.'.'.U. nlm'u .'. John^E. Carlnnd Assistant Prosccutiug Attorney V*£TtJorJ**neral. Marls Taylor ^olloelor Internal Itovopue *0f later Land OfQcc, Yankton ITuirhcs Kast tl«MlT«r ». ...K.M.Ziebach TKRRITOUIAL OKFICERB. fMatrate In Congress OS GltTonl ™?»urer W Itayimind Auditor A Ward «M^r5fI,?e?er.al •," v. Tcnipleton •apt rubllc Instruction Eugene A. Dve Com. of Immigration p, K. McClure cotnrrv ovriCKits, Eoglstor or Deeds -»-....M Hogan E?*f2rer Smith I. H. Newby Ja*K« ol Probate c. Stuart Alienor Thos Esnle Superintendent of Schools '.Cort. Salmon Coroner limit It Hamilton \SS?y?^"U- Shurtllff VaIe r- Thlelman CeontvAttorney S Jones pemnilssloners—Joseph Allen, chairman And •hurtilfl' Nelson. A W Bacon. .1 CDVBCII DIRICTOnV. K. CCRCH Iter. I. A. Sparks, pastor. 9er *lci at Presbyterian church every Sunday at 11 a. ni., and 7:30 p. m. at Buchanan school house. Spring Valley, and Milks school house, lllddletoa, each alternate Sabbath at 3 p. m. CATifouc CHURCH—Corner Centre avenue, and Adams street. Rev Edward Power, pastor. High mass at tl o'clock a. m.. to be followed with catechism vespers at 7 m. Services first, third and fifth Sunday In each month, CHURCH—Corner Park Boulevard and Dakota street. Rev. F. 11. Newton,pas tor. Ser Tlees every Sunday at a. m. Sunday school at 12 m. Prayer meeting every Thursday eve ning at S p. m. Young people's prayer meeting Sunday evening at 8 p. m. HUnLBV LODGE XO. 75, I. O. O. F. Meets every Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock, la Alien's hall. Visiting brothers are most earn estly requested to attend. PSTXR ALLEN, Scc'y. c. J. BACH. N. g. B. I. K'COOK POST, NO. 3i, O. A. K, Meet first and third Saturday of each month •t 1 p. ra„ in Allen's hall. Chicago Ud Northwestern Hallway Time Table. TBAIMS GOING KAST. f""h7tr- N?, 4:53 p.m. rrMgat, 45 2:05 p, in. QOIKO WEST. 5"""Pr' No. 41 :32 a. m. might, 45 12:30 p. m. J***™* connection for Chicago and Yaaktoa trains eonneet at CentreriUc with morning and evening passenger. W. A. TRBALL, Gen'I Ticket Agent. W. K. WORTMA.V. Agent To The Ladles, We will sell you Dress Goods cheaper Is- than the cheapest tor the next 60 days We must reduce our stock. PIER & FERGUSON. BUSINESS 11IUEF8. Jos. Allen loans money. W. Elliott loans, money at low rates, .V *o commission. If you haye land you wish to sell Uare description and price at the Her aid office. Do not put off securing that premium »'v —The North Dakota Farmer—until it li too late. If you want to borrow money on real *«tate call at the Herald office and have an application made out. Any person wanting to purchase one of the best quarter sections in Turner county will And that they can get a bargain by calling at this office soon. •F-:Plenty of Water To grind with at the J"inlay Mills. Farmers, bring along your spring grinding, and we guarantee good flour and a good turn out. NORTON & UERKEN, Proprietors Finley Holler Mills. ROW IS THIS TIME. I will sell five lots, of five acres each. Within one-half mile of the Northwest ern depot, at 8200 to 8250 each, accord .... to location. Fine property for a fruit tarm. Time given until October 15th. MRS. EMMA JUDSON. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by E. Brauch. A Sound Legal Opinion. E. Uainbridge Mundy, Esq., County Atty.. Clay Co., Tex., says: "Have used Electric Hitters with most happy re sults. My brother also was very low with Malarial fever and jaundice, but was cured by timely use of this medi cine. Am satisfied Electric Bitters saved his life." Mr. D. I Wilcox son, of Horse Cave, Ky., adds alike testimony, sayiug: He positively believes he would have died, had it not been for Electric Bitters. This great remedy will ward off, as well as cure all Malaria diseases, and for all Kidney, Liver and Stomach dis orders stands unequaled. Price 60c. and 81 at E. Brauchs Drug Store. 6 The many cases of rheumatism cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm during the past few months, has given the people great confidence in its curative properties, and have shown that there is ono preperation that can be depend ed upon tor that painful and aggravat ing disease. Mr. Geo. C. Davenport, one of the leading retail druggists of St. Paul, Minn., says: "In regard to Chamberlain's Medicines, 1 am pleased to say that 1 can recommend them with confidence, that they will do as much for person as anything in the market. Especially am I pleased with Chamber lain's Pain Balm.' No one afflicted with rheumatism' can use it without benefit, For sale by Emiel Branch. •. '.yf. .. felt' LOCAL MENTION. Santa Claus soap. Beans at Gitchell's. Sunday was a scorcher. Considerable wool is being shipped. Hugh J. Campbell orates at Centre vllle July 4th. Fine line of watches and rings just received at Kellar's. "G. A. K. Coffee," the best in the Market, at Gitchell's. Santa Claus soap can't be beat, 5 cents a bar—at Kellar's. 3 bars of Tom, Dick and llerry soap for 10 cents—at Kellar's 700 bars of Santa Claus soap at Kellar's for 6 cents a bar. If you want to borrow money on real estate, call on C. M. Pier. Picture frames, mirrors, lamps, clocks and silverware at Kellar's. Dr. Miller, the "painless dentist," will be in Hurley Monday. The Hurley boys are thinking of learning how to play base ball. Try gold dust washing powder, 4 pounds for 25 cents—at Kellar's. If you want to buy a farm or town property call at. ALLEN'S AGENCY. Any party wishing to rent large, airy rooms, should call at the Herald ofllce. A cooler breeze started in Monday afternoon, and was appreciated by all. The Quick Meal is the simplest, best and most durable Gasoline stoye made. If you want to buy a good sewing machine cheap, call at the Herald office soon. The assessed valuation of Hurley for 1888 is 891,185, as returned by Assessor Allen. -A- "'14 Rpund boy arrived Saturday evening at the residence of Mahlon Layne. Illllie Bertlesen now holds down the position of clerk of court for Turner county. Corn on C. A. Near's farm north of town is 30 inches high, and it is just climbing. A blind darkey was wandering around town Tuesday looking for stray quarters. "Gus." Bach is getting excited as the season for harvesting machinery ap proaches. T. J. Fromer was elected school di rector for the school adjoining Hurley on the west. Do not fail to hear Miss Swart'/, at the Presbyterian church next Wednes day evening. A fine shower Tuesday night was greatly appreciated by the people and growing crops, Murphy has the largest and best stock of milk cans ever manufactured in Turner County. Cox, Odione & Co., ankton's lead ing dry goods merchants, issue anew invitation this week. Hurley will not celebrate at hD.-ne the coming 4th, but will assist adjacent towns and settlements. A fine assortment, and extensive supply of fishing tackle just received at Pioneer Drug Store. E. Jirauch treats his garden to a sprinkling with his force pump when Nature delays the job. Insure your property in the "Yank ton," withF. K. Berry, soliciting agent, or ALLEN'S AGENCY, Hurley. A pointer to Yankton:—Place a few drinking hydrants at convenient places on your streets before July 4th. Cord mesh and leather nets of all descriptions at the Hurley harness shop. Call and buy while the stock is complete. Go to Pier & Ferguson's for Cali fornia canned fruits. Grapes and Plums only 21 cents per can 5 cans for 100 cents cash. Turner county strawberries have made their appearance on the market, and from personal experience we know they are extra fine. The party who lost a pin made of a gold piece, engraved on one side, can recover same by calling on Jas. Withee, three miles cast of Hurley. Mrs. Alderman having disposed of her buckwheat seed to J. II. Farns worth, parties wishing to purchase the same will find it at the elevator. The party who lost a package of four cans ot an article which Is frequently used by politicians and irresponsible newspaper publishers should call at this office. Dureli airchild was in town early Wednesday morning inviting all hands to smoke to the health and happiness ot the young daughter which had just arrived at his house. Elmendorf & Wagener, Sioux Falls music dealers, have a few words to say to the readers of the Herald this week, and you should not forget them when wanting any goods in their line. The boss haying machinery of Dako ta wUl be found west of Pier & Ferguion's store 6 and 7 foot mowers 12 foot rakes and Acme hay rickers and rakes. Sold by Scott & Swan. Messrs. F. Newton. C.J. Bach and B. F. Smith were elected trustees for the Hurley schools. Mr. Salmon re ceived nearly every vote cast for super intendent, and Mr. Gitchell for treasurer. There being no celebration at Hur ley this year, it has been decided to have a grand picnic in Valentine's grove, near Turner, to which all are cordially invited, a special invitation being extended to the Sunday schools. Arrangements are being made for a grand time An interesting game of base ball was played last Saturday between the Spring Valley and Hurley boys, which resulted in a victory for the former by a score of 18 to 8. Another game will be played by the same clubs Saturday, June 30tb, and a hotly contested game may be looked for. ifW 'J PERSONAL* Mrs. A. J. Allen visited in Parker with relatives this week. Miss Grace Near returned home Saturday from her visit at Vermillion. Walter Allen is now keeping bach elor's hail, his wife being absent on a visit to her relatives at Artesian City. Dak. Jas. Elliott, of Tyndall, visited in Hurley last Friday, leaving on the eve ning train for Chicago and its conven tion. Prof. Smith, of Beresford, was in town yesterday. We understand Mr. Smith is an applicant for the Hurley school. County treasurer Smith and wife were in town Monday. The treasurer looking after delinquents on the per sonal tax list, and Mrs. S. visiting with friends. J. H. Farnsworth started for Chicago Friday evening last, and after taking in the republican convention may con clude to visit his old home in New Hampshire. Miss Kate Elliott, who has been at tending the Vermillion university dur ing the past year, is spending the vacation with her parents in Hurley. Miss Elliott is very profuse in her V'ords of praise for that instituto of learning, and thinks all who possibly can do so, should take advantage of tho opportunity offered to secure a higher education at a nominal expense. Yankton has made up its mind to have a grand celebration the 4th of July, and extends a cordial invitation to the citizens of Turner county to join her in celebrating tho anniversary of American independence (outside of Dakota). An extensive and attractive program has been arranged and re duced rates secured on tho railroads, and it is probable that a special train will be run between Parker and Yank ton, so that those who wish to can return home the evening of the 4th 0 Spring Vulloy News. Jane 18, 1888. Children's day was observed at the M. E. church here. A very large at tendance. Corn is not a very good stand in this section this season, but all other grain is doing exceedingly well. The Spring Valley boys fell highly complemented in the way they were treated by the Hurley baso ball club on Saturday last. Miss Jessie Coddington closes a suc cessful term of school here this week. Miss O. has made many friends during her short stay, who would be pleased to see her return again this winter. F. K. Berry, wo are sorry to say, has left our neighborhood again, having accepted a position in a lumber yard at Beresford, leaving his son Tommy to run the iarm. Will Zuver had business at T. B. Buchanan's on Friday last, and tieing his horse too close to Mr. Buchanan's artesian well the animal became fright ened and broke a two-inch rope, then, making a line for home, went through six wire fences, with no damages ex cept a broken rope and Will, a walk home. IDI.BR. Miss Emma Swartz, Territorial Evangelistical Superintendent of the W. C. T. U., will speak at tho Presby terian church in Hurley, Wednesday Eve., June 27. She will meet with the members of the W. C. T. U. Wednes day afternoon at three o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. W. C. Brown, The lted-healed Girl Outdone. First Dude: "I say, Chawley, tho red-headed girl and white horse is no more." Second Dude: "Weally, you astonish me. What's in-the wind now?" First Dude: "Well, you know Rob inson Well you know he is always getting onto something that will take the dimes out of a gentleman's pocket." Second Dude: "What's his latest?" J? irst Dude: "You know that adrer tisment we were reading in the Herald last week about some Soda Fountain manufactured by Chapman & Co., of Madison, Ind? You remember tho price was but 835 to 880. Well, he saw the ady. and sent for a Fountain, and now we will be bored to death by our girls. You know the Hurley girls are deucedly fond of soda. The Sloax City Weekly Journal for Three Month*, Free. By arrangements with the publishers were enabled to offer the Sioux City Weekly Journal tree for three months to all new subscribers for the Herald or those who may pay up arrearages. This proposition is held open to July 20. The Journal is a great newspaper and is particularly desirable in this campaign year. Don't Experiment. You cannot afford to waste time in experimenting when your lungs are in danger. Consumption always seems at first only a cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose upon yoti with ssmo cheap imitation oi Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, but be sure you get the genuine. Because he can make more profit he amy tell you he has something jbst as good, or just the same. Don't be de ceived, but insist upon getting Dr. King's New Discovery, which is guar anteed to give relief in all throat, lung and chest affections. Trial bottles free. Large bottles 81 at E. Bruuch's Drug Store. 6 To School Officers If any of your schools are in need of Yurniture, black boards, globes, blanks or any thing else, call on or write to ALLEN'S AGENCY, Hurley, and see samples and get prices. We have the "New Paragon" school desk, reccom mended by territorial Supt. E. A. Dye and Ex-Supt. W. H. II. Beiulle and hundreds of county Supt's. and teach ers every where. Prices .very low and terms to please you. .. P. ALLE*, Agent. 1 1 1 1 Sowing machine needles at Hollar's. feslllv I Town Trufttees* Talk* On motion the board adjourned until June 18, 1888. Attest: JosKrii ALLEN, W. ELLIOTT, President. Clerk, J. A. Swan—fifteen cents per cubic yard and 84.00 for leveling dirt placed in the streets by E. Brauch, J. Murphy—twelve cents per cubic yard and 85.00 for leveling dirt placed in the streets by E. Brauch. The bid of C. Dwyer being the low est, and the board considering it a reasonable and fair bid, the same was on motion and by a vote of the board accepted. On motion the following bills were allowed: J. C. Murphy, for crow bar loaned to previous board and not returned, 81.35. Daniel Dwyer, for removing culvert on Main street 81,50. Peter Allen, for assessing the town of Hurley 810,50. On motion the board adjourned. Attest: JOSEPH ALLEN, W, ELLIOTT, President, Clerk. READ TH1S1 It may mean you! We need money, and want all per sons owing us on account to call and settle at once. We have been very lenient with you and are willing to do all in our power to accommodate our customers but it it takes money to buy goods, and money we.must have or do without the goods. HURLEY. DAKOTA, THURSDAY. JUNE 21, 1888. urlev, Dak., June 14,1888. Board met in special session. Pres ent, Jos. Allen and A. May, trustees W. Elliott, clerk. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. On motion it was deemed necessary that a part of Main street north of Center avenue should be graded, and the clerk was instructed to advertise (by posting notices) for bids to grade tho same. On motion the following bills were allowed: W. T. Slater, for ditching 830 00 J. C. Murphy, for nails 75 Hurley, Dak., June 18,1888. The board met in pursuance to ad journment. Members all pjesent. The minutes of the last meeting read and approval. Tho bids for grading Main street north oft Center avenue were opened and rcadi and were as follows: C. Dwyer--ten cents per cubic yard, and 84.50 for leveling dirt placed in the streets by E. Brauch. PIER & FERGUSON. How to Cure Salt Rheuiu aud Tetter, Many persons firmly believe that salt rheum and tetttercan not be cured and quietly submit to be tortured by them. If they would invest twenty-five cents in a box of Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment and apply it as directed they would soon become convinced of their error. It almost instantly relieves the itching and burning sensation and has cured many cases after they had resist ed all other treatment for from ten to twenty years. Try it. For sale by Eraiel Brauch. At Ploticcr Drag .Store. All kinds of Chesterman & Barrow's carbonated drinks, and that boss lem onade. Also the greatest temperance drink on earth. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! To reduce our stock of Dress Goods we will make special prices for the next CO days, "for cash or produce." We have a nice line at prices from 5 cents to 81.00 a yard. Call early if you want a bargain. PIER & FERGUSON. Dressmaking. Having purchiised one of the latest improved charts, 1 am now prepared to do all kinds of woik in the dress making line, and guarantee satisfac tion in every particular. Mns. C. B. VALENTINE. I O O I CiLi It v' 7 Tv. lVCiller, Yankton's Painless E N I S Will be at Hurley, June 25th, Prepared to tlo Dental Work. Tooth extrmrtofl without pain by the use of his celebrated J'nruimrim nil. All kfntls or Fillings nut in. Artificial teeth inserted and satisfaction guar* anteed. The l)r. will remain 3 or 4 days. JOHN W. KELLAR, DKALEH IN CROCKERY, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, CLOCKS, WATCHES, FRAMES, MIRRORS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, WOODEN WARE, CONFECTIONERY, FLOUR AND FRUITS. -x—x- Prices Low. Stock Fresh and Clean. GIVE ME A TRIAL. JOHN W. KELLAR. SANBORN & SON Now carry llie largest stock ol A E S Ami have tlie best stock of N I E To be found in Southern Dakota. He sure and call on them when in A N O N O The BUYEBS' GUIDE la issued March and Sept* each year. It is an ency clopedia of useful infor mation for all who pur chase the luxuries or the necessities of life. We can olotho you and furnish you with all tho necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleepv eat, fish, hunt, work, go to ohurch, or stay at home, and in various sizes, styles and quantities. Just figure out what in required to do all these things COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair estimate of tho value of tho BUTEBB* GUIDE, which will be sent upoa roceipt of 10 oents to pay postago, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 111-1X4 Michigan Avenuo, Chicago, 111. ATTENTION! I have now on hand CDD ATP CTnpj/ Ever brought to Tur the largest -l-YIiMvjr OlV/vylY npr Tnnntv. of ner County, of WALL PAPER. Paints, Oils and Paint Brushes, Preambulators and Boy's Express Wagons, Fishing-tackle.of Every Description, Boy's Kites, and Other Things too Numerous to Mention. -AJl "W"all iPaper* Sold Trimmed \ip in Style "Yyitlioiat ICzsitra Oliar^e. Come and Examine my Stock. No Trouble to Show Goods, I 'Defy Com petition in Quality and Price. j^THAT BOSS LEMONADE WILL BE ON TAP AGAIN SOON.^ on S to re 1881. E. BRAUCH,Proprietor. 1888. U' H. S. GRAVES, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Calls promptly attrnilpd. Offlce anil residence Over Pjer & Ferguson's Store. HURLEY. DAKOTA. S. V. JONES LAWYER, —CATIICART HLOCK— PARKER. DAKOTA E. C. KENNEDY, Attorney at Law, I'ARKER, DAKOTA. CHARLES H. GODDARD Attorney at Law, HURLEY, DAK COLLECTIONS, It EAT. ESTATE, I.OANS, irvSUItAN'CK, NOTAltY PfBLIO. Office (it front room vrer Turner County. Bantu GEO. ALC0CK, Tcnsorial Artist. HURLEY, DAKOTA. Shop in Tremont Honso Ofllce. 50 per cent, extra for all work done en Sunday, ou whleh day iloors will be closed at 11 a. m. DR. FE C. FOWLER. Physician Snrseon and Obstetrician, HURLEY DAKOTA. Member of Ilardin Co.. Iowa. Medical Associa tion. Has been in continuous practice fortweu ty-t\vo years. JAS. STOUT. GKO. STOUT. Stout IBro's, BLACKSMITHS. HURLEY, DAKOTA. Having recently made additions to our shop and stock, we are better prepared than ever before to do work promptly and with perfect satisfaction. J. M. GITCHELL. Flour and Feed. Also a Choice Line of CONFECTIONERY. NUTS, ANl) Clioice Cigars. One Door west of IMoneer OniR Store, HURLEY, DAKOTA B. F. SMITH, Carpenter and Builder. Work done by contract or dav. Hills and estimates figured free of charge. Shop Work a Specialty. Particular attention paid to Furniture Repairing. Shop on Center Avenue, IURLEY DAKOTA. k«8'x 66 1888- A !r- '4 g#* "ff§ ^4 tiS&fs 1 f/ t^^TTrv^i We Have You Heard from the Solid South? The McCormick Carries it by a Big Majority. Xliere's no "Use Talking. Sikeston, Mo., June 10,1888. W. A. Winslow, Esq., St. Louis Mo. The machines started the !(th run two and a half miles in green wheat, and did not miss a band. There is no use talking. The Knotter is simplicity itself, and is such a success that I think it never will be inproved upon. Yours truly, (Signed) 11.1,. liAtiNivS. Not a Bundle Missed. [TELROUAM.] Maiden, Mo.. .1 une 9, 1888. •\V. A. W'iuslow, Ksq., St. Louis, Mo. The four Hinders started are all go ing finely. Xot a bumdle missed. Tho Knotter is a daisy. (Signed) MALUEN STOVE AND 1M PLKMENT Co. Challenge Competition." [TKLKOKAM.] FranMin, Tenn., June 9,1888. \V. L. Ilolton, Ksq., Nashville. Tenn, Dear Sir—Started another machine yesterday. All of them working easilv and accurately. The new Knotter is all right, we challenge competition. (Signed) UKO. I. MATTHEWS. Mound Valley, Kan., June 9,1888. W. H. Town, Ksq., Kansas City, Mo., Dear Sir—The new Simple Knotter is working to perfection in every re spect. Yesterday I cut in very heavy green rye on the farm of John Willey. making a nice bundle, binding it tight, and did not miss a band in all day long. Is it the Twine or the Knotter that is doing this good work The opposition agents insist that it is the twine, as such extraordinary work is I have been doing can be accounted for by them only in that way. (Signed) E. W. GEIOEIL TJses Less Twine." AVinlieUl, Kan., June 8. 1888. We, tho undersigned, have running on our farms McCormick Harvesters with the new simple Knotter. As we write'this, thev hiivo done one entire day's binding in heavy wheat, and have not missed a bundle nor made a .. clog. We are perfectly satisfied they are the best machines in market. The llitndle Carriers do nice work, and the draft of the muchines is less than any •wc have ever seen. As to side draft, there is absolutely none. We are con vinced that the new knotter binds a tighter bundle, and uses less twine than the knotter upon any machine ever put in the harvest field. (Signed) C. MC REYNOLDS. Yours truly, ?$ ,•$ v, NUMBER 8. T. M. MASON. TOM MOKK. .» U. MCJHEYNOI.DS. Proud of its Light Draft." Columbia, Tenn., June 9,1888. McCormick 11. M. Co. We now have eleven of your liar vesters and Binders with simple Knot ters runuing, and never in the seven years in which wc have been selling your machines have they ever done such good work. The Knotter never fails to do its duty. Its great simplic itv, together with the simplicity of the Harvester, the springs in the canvass es, the bushings in the gearing, and the light weight of tho Hinder, all combine to make draft of the machine less than thatottheold Dropper. We started a 7-tt. machine several days ago in heavv wheat, that will make twenty-live bushels per acre, the straw being very heavy and badly down. We only had two hand mules and they took it along with perfect ease. We are pioud of its work and light draft, and congratulate you on the wonderful suc cess of your simple machine. There is no question but that we arc on top. (Signed) SATTEKKIELD & CHCHCII. We have a sample of the McCormick Steel Frame Binder with Simple Knotter, Only Seven Pieces, all set up ready for Your Inspection. Reasons why you should buy the McCormick: The only Machine that will work any where, in short or in heavy grain. We do our own exporting, and you do not have to wait till we telegraph $ to Chicago. We carry more repairs for our Machine than all other machine agenla In Turner county put together. V.^ '^rr We have reduced our stock of Barb Wire this week to 20,000 pounds, and are still selling1 it cheaper than any other House in Turner County can. Screen Doors we have bought by the wholesale. They are cheaper 43? •M 99 'i :x'M At •(p than ever. ELLIOTT & A CH jfi'y 'i I -r,'„ ,^1 v. i§.