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VOLUME VIII.
Turner County Herald.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
PUBLISHED BY
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Passeneer, No. 5
Freight,
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W. C. BROWN.
•T MKMUEB OK SOUTH DAKOTA RITEHH
ASSOCIATION.
TKRM8 $1.60 I'KR YKAK. In Advance.
nunncv I.OIOR 0.76,1.o. o."
K,
Meotsovery Saturday evening at 8|30 o'clock,
In Allen's hall. Visiting brothcre are most earn
estly requested to attenil.
E. BKAUCH, 11. H. J. G. I'*KUGUSOIf X. (!.
K. K. Bt'COOK POST, NO. 31, O. A. It.
Meet first and third Saturday of each month
ftt
I p. ni., in G. A. R. hall.
uhlaaco «nd Northwestern nul]ivu» Time
Table,
TRAINS 101
rwig
NO EA8T-
?M»enprf No,
2
CA 6:07 p. m.
24 1:54 p, in.
OOINO WK8T, A
10:54 a. m.
25 12:13 H. in.
.Make through connection lor Clilcauo and
Moux City.
Yankton trains conncct at Ccntrevllle with
heth morning and evening passenger.
If. A. THBALL.Uen'l Ticket Agent.
F. l'HIJfNY. Agent.
BUSINESS 1IK1EFS.
Bring in your job work.
Try Kellar's new Java coffce.
Sewing machine needlog at Kellar's.
Death to gophers at Allen's Agcncy,
Orer one million acorn stoves in use.
Tomlinson's Quick llelief Oil cures
croup, colds, asthma and .Bronchitis.
Bold by £. Brauch.
Water set o£ live pieces given with
each pound of Berkley's baking powder,
price 50 cents, at Kellar's.
If you want to buy a fine organ
cheap call at the Herald oflice, and
see what bargain we have to oiler.
Take a bottle of Quick llelief Oil and
Dead Shot home with you and if thev
don't cure come and get your money,
Sold by H. Brauch.
Tomlinson's Dead Shot cures colic,
neuralgia of stomach, diarrhoea and
all bowel troubles. Guaranteed to cure
eolic in horses. Sold by 15. Branch,
Service will bo held regularly each
Sunday In tho Protestant Episcopal
church at the following hours: Sun
day school, 10:00 a. morning service
11:00 a. m. evening service, 8:00 p. m,
E. T. Simpson will officiate.
J. H. Queal & Co. wish to say to the
public that they are now receiving a
new invoioo of lumber, lath, shingles,
etc., which they propose to sell at prices
lower than ever before known.in Tur
ner county. Call and see them and get
prices before buying elsewhere.
As time rolls on will
driye all other sewing
"No. 9"
machines from first-class homes and
dress-making establishments.
WHEELER
&
WILSON MFO. CO..
185 and 187 Wabash Ave., Chicago.
-Wells Thoroughly Cleaned.'
And satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay.
Come any day but .Suturday, or leave
•rders at John Kellar's,
ANDREW I'JSTKUMAN.
4th of July
The Chicago & North-Western Hull*
way Co. will sell excursion biuucto uc
tween all stations on uly 3d and 4th,
good returning until July 7th inclusive,
at one fare for the round trip. Tickets
and full information can be obtained
of agents C. $ N.*W, Railway Co..
The Pulpit and the Stage.
Rev. F. M, Shrbut, Pastor United
Brethren Church, Blue Mound, Kan.,
Bays: I fee it my duty to tell what
wonders l)r. King's New Discovery has
^done for me. My lungs were badly
diseased, and my parishers thought I
could only live a few weeks. I took
five bottles of Dr King's New Dis
coyery and am sound and well, gaining
Jj» pounds in weight."
Arthur Love, manager Love's funny
Folks Combination, writes: After a
-thorough trial and convincining evi
dence, I am confident ])r. King's New
Dlscoyery for consumption, beats 'em
all, and cures when everything else
flails. The greatest kindness 1 can do
my many thousand friends is to urge
tbem to try it Free trial bottle at
Pioneer Drug Store, ilegular sizes 60c.
and •£. 3
THE FIQDBE "9."'
The figure 9 In our dates will make a long stay.
Ho man or woman now living will ever date a
Aoeament without using the figure 0. It stands
la
tt» third place in 1890. when it will remain ten
year* fuid then move up to fcecond plaoe In 1900,
where It will rest for ojjp hundred years.
There Is another which has
also come to
stay.
Is unlike the figure Bin pur dates in the respect
that It has already moved up to first place, when,
ft will
permanently remain. It Is called tho "No.
High Arm Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine.
The "Mo. 9" was endorsed tor first place by tho
expert* ol Europe at t|e Paris Exposition of 1889,
where, after a sevorocQiitcst with the leading ma
ahlnes of the world, it was awarded tho only
Orand Prize given to family sewing machines, alt
others on exhibit barlpg received lower awards
pt (old
medals, etc. The French' Government
»l»o recognized its superiority by llio decoration of
Jtt.
Nathaniel Wheeler, Prcsidcutof tho company,
With tbe Cross of tbo Legion of Honor.
The "Jfo. 0" Is not an o)d raoohlne improved
WOP* )Mt is an entirely new machino, and tho
W*»4 Prize at Paris was awarded It as the grand*
jwti4T*Dce it)
MWjnp
njachine
mechanism
of the
Tfr** "bo buy it oan rent assured, there-
fftftt of taring tb? r*ry
latest and best.
& WILSON fcTFG CO.,
185 ami 187 Wal^aah Ave., Chicago
DEALERS WA.NTEp,
N&0
•«2qW#
TjOCAL MENTION.
Ilail insurance at Allen's Agencys
The best in the world—Acorn stoves.
The aurora display last night was
Dne.
No seryices at Catholic church next
Stinday.
Brauch says this has been a fine yoar
for paint trade.
The county commissioners completed
their work Tuesday.
More new crockery and glass sets
just arrived at Kellar's.
Try gold dust washing powder, 4
pounds for 25 cents—at Kellar's.
Fire, lightning, windstorm, cyclone
and hail insurance at Allen's Agency,
Come to stay—J. P. Kristiensen, at
Pioneer Drug Store, watch maker and
lewelor.
For Sale, cheap as dirt," an im
proved farm near Hurley—Allen's
Agency.
Jos. Allen was on the sick list tho
fore part of the week, but is now able
to be up.
100 photographs for #1. at Locke's
gallery, Hurley, S. D., July 22nd. Stays
one week.
Come and see the largest stock of 10
cent articles ever brought to Hurley,
at J. C. Murphy's.
Don't l'orget that we keep a few
watches at Pioneer drug store that we
are not afraid to warrant.
Pictures taken very cheap at H. U.
Locke's gallery, in Hurley for one
week, commencing July 22nd.
One hundred dollars given away in
prizes at Locke's gallery in Hurley,
July 22nd. Gallery open one weok,
Hon. J. A. Pickler has the Herald's
thanks for a copy of Hearings before
tho select committee on the alcoholic
traflic."
Hurley dealers received 6,000 pounds
of binding twine this week, and it is
now thought they will bo able to meet
all local orders.
The slate board of charities acquitted
Supt. Livingston of the charges brought
against him by discharged employees
of the Yankton asylum for the insane.
The Volga Tribune says not only
the "artists,"but all the boys are "draw
ing "corks up that way. Well, they
are catching on pretty well down this
way. -v*
The Ladies' Aid society of the Bap
tist church will give an ico cream
social at Opera hall, Tuesday evening,
July 22. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
The Acme gas company are to put in
a plant at Yankton to supply that city
with a light at one-fourth the cost of
ordinary gas and of a brilliancy which
rivals electricity.
Frank Davy is spreading paint on
the front of Allen's store building
occupied by J. AV. Kellar. Peter Allen
says that he don't propose to let Jim
llogan have tho "dundiest front in
town."
The Herald will be printed Wednes
day afternoon or evening next week, as
the editor expects to take Thursday
morning's train for tho Press Ass'n
meeting. Hand in your advertisements
early.,
J. S. Marshall & Son, of Atwood, 111.,
say their sales on Chamberlain's Cough
ltemedy exceed those ot all other cough
medicines put together. It has been
sold there for several years and their
customers have learned its true value.
For salo by JBmiel Brauch.
The ladies of Grace church will give
a lawn social about August 1st. The
exact evening has not been set yet, but
all may make up their minds that at
about the above date you will be offered
an opportunity to pass an enjoyable
evening under the moon and stars.
Henry Weelhouse.of Lincoln county,
was arrested for keeping an original
package joint. The charge made
against him was that he opened the
cases of beer and sold by the bottle, and
that he allowed the beer to be drank on
the premises. The jury found him
guilty of keeping a nuisance.
Profs. Titus, of Tyndall, and Allen
of Hurley, have been engaged as In
structors at the Turner county norma}
institute which convenes at Hurley on
the 28th inst. A large attendance is
expected, and none who can attend
should fail to avail themselves of this
opportunity for advancement in their
studies.
Mr. Joseph Yusten, of Sanborn coun
ty, has been looking over Turner
county farming lands this week. Mr.
usten wishes to rent a farm, for the
coming year says he has four teams
and four boys and believes he under
stands how to run a farm successfully
If the elements do not all conspire
against him.
A Parker correspondent, who signs
himself County Seat" appears to bo
getting after the assessor's office and
its methods this week. All we know
of the deal is from hearsay eyidence.
We understand that the assessor de
fends his position of charging for tan
day's work to the township to the fact
that it took some of the deputies that
long to assess a township, and claims
that if one party is entitled to ten day's
pay each one Is, although tho work
may Jiava been done in six days in
some instancos,
We have received from the essay de
partment of tho American Public
Health association, Rochester, N. Y., a
copy of the Lomb prize essay, entitled
"Practical Sanitary and Economic
Cooking Adapted to Persons of Moder
ate »nd Small Means," by Mrs. Mary
llinman Abel. This essay was awarded
the first prise ($500) among sevepty
competitors, and is practically a series
ot "bills of faro" at low cost, from 13 to
23 cents a day per person, with receipes
for tho best manner of cooking each
article. The book contains 182 pages,
i/i bound in cloth, and is sent to any
address on receipt of 40 ctg, Addtes?,
above, Pi. O., Pwvei 28?,
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Rain is very much needed,
Tho haymakers are hard' at work.
Thermometers climbed to the 100
notch Sunday.
Ginghams and summer dress goods,
cheaper than ever before, at Allen Bros,
Stoye repairs for any stove in the1
United States or Canada for sale at
Murphy's.
Bishop Hare preached at Uraco
ohurce Sunday morning to a very at
tentive audience.
It cost §30 per township, outside of
the incorporated towns, to assess Tur
ner county this year.
Now is tho best time to insure
against Lightning, Windstorms and
Tornadoes. Allen's Agency.
A carload of the best brick ever
brought to Hurley just reoeived at J.
II Queal & Co.'s lumber yard.
The finest line of fancy ginghams and
summer dress goods ever brought to
Hurley, just received at Allen Bros.
Hard wood plank and wagon-making
and repairing supplies at F. M. Slagle
and Co.'s lumber yard, near the depot.
The o. p. joint has moved into the
building just yacated by I. G. Ferguson
& Co. This is not an ad. but a news
item.
H. H, Uundell purchased 3,000bushels
of corn of Geo. Warner, which he is
feeding to his stock in the Gowdy pas
ture in Spring Valley.
Mr. Jas. Wilson of Aliens Springs,
111., who is over sixty years of age,
says: I have in my time tried a great
many medicincs, some of excellent
quality but never before did 1 find any
that would so completely do all that is
claimed for it as Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea ltemedy. It is
truly a wonderful medicine." For sale
by Emiel Brauch.
Olivet Herald: The farmers are be
coming aware of the fa«t that Huron
is the place for the capital. We have
talked with quite a number who voted
for Pierre and Mitchell last yoar who
are now supporting Huron and that
city is gaining ground every day.
Hutchinson county will give Huron a
good majority, if present indications
are any criterion. Things are chang
ing fast as the people are begin ing to
understand the situation.
PERSONAL,.
C. B. Valentine has been visiting
with Turuer county friends during the
past week.
Dr. 11. Martin, of Parker, wus visible
on the streets of Hurley tor a brief
time Tuesday.
Supt. Salmon was in town Tuesday
looking after matters pertaining to the
coming normal institute.
Rev. Peck and son started Monday
on their return trip to Armour, taking
with them two loads of household
effects.
John Fitch went to Sioux City Wed
nesday in charge of a car of stock for
Fred Frederickson. Ho will visit in
Iowa for a couple of we6ks before re
turning.
S. Huckins, of Hartford, S. D., was in
town Friday, looking up apiece of land
for a home. lie was well pleased with
the looks of things here and left his
orders with Allen's Agency.
I. O. O. F. Installation.
At last Saturday evening's meeting
of Hurley lodge No. 75,1, O, O. F, the
following officers were installed by
Deputy Grand Master Peter Allen:
J. A. Swan, N. G.
W. 11. Park, V. G.
W. C. Brown, Secretary. i
F. K. Berry, Treasurer.
W. L. Swan, Warden.
W. E. Allen, C6nductor.
C. M. Pool, li. S. N. G.
J, II. Sanborn, L. S. N. G.
T. J. Hill, R. S. V. G.
Wm. Andrews, L. S. V. U.
D. C. Ward, I. G,
C. M. Pier, O, G,
A. W. Bacon, R. S. S.
C. J. Bach, L. S. S.
J.J. Mclntire, Chaplain.
The lodge is in a flourishing condition
and the order is doing some good work
in its own quiet way,
More Corruption In Oflice,
THE ASSESSOR DEAL AS VIEWED BY A
SPECTATOR.
Parker, S, P„ July 14.1890,
Herald: The honest grangers come
to the front ip an effort to beat the
county.
A ring with headquarters in the
county assessor's office.
All the assessors in a job to do tho
county out of from three to four days
work in each township.
These are the men who have been
squealing about high taxes. ,,vi?*
Why don't llackett go for them?
Simply because they are nearly all his
friends and henchmen.
The county commissioners unearthed
a neat job to beat tho county, by the
assessors and deputies, by charging tor
time that was not spent in the work.
While it is well known that there is
more work in some townships than
others, there was a remarkable una
nimity in the time handed in and sworn
to by the deputies. All swear to ten
days work for each township.
The boss and his best man swore to
putting in OS and 01 days'work, and
there was only 50 days from the timo
they received the books until tho settle
ment.
Let the great reform organ go for
them.
Perhaps these fellows meant to help
out on that 510,000 deal. Ask them.
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COUNTY SEAT."
Mr.E.P. Lovejoy, a large dealer in
general merchandise at Wabuska, .Ne
vada, says: "I have tried St. Patrick
Pills and can truthfully say thoy are
the best I have ever taken or known
used." As a pleasant physic or for dis
orders of the liver they will always
give perfect satisfaction, For $aJo by
Emiel Branch.
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^SgT HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, JULY 17. 1890.
Proceeding* of Town Uonrl.
Hurley, July 14,1800.
The board met in pursuance to notice
and organized as a board of equaliza
tion to hear and decide all complaints
of and appeals from thi? acts of the
assessor. Present, C. M. Pier and D.
Dwyer, trustees, also W. Elliot, clerk.
On motion C, M. Pier was elected
president pro torn.
No complaints being made, on mo
tion the board adjourned.
Attest: C. M.
ELLIOTT,
PIER,
President pro tem.
Cletki
Hurley, July 14,1800.
The board met in regular session.
Present C. M. Pier and D. Dwyer, trus
tees, and W. Elliott, clerk.
On motion C. M. Pier was elected
president pro tem.
The minutes of the last moeting
were read and approved.
On motion tho following bills were
allowed:
DC Ward,drayage, §125
Allen, assessing, 10 00
A N a re a a 2 3
On motion it was ordered that the
tax levy for 1800 be fixed at three mills.
On motion the bourd adjourned.
Attest: C. M. I'IEK,
W.
ELLIOTT,
President pro tem.
Clerk.
Tho Contract JLct.
Yankton Press A gentleman con
nected with the Chioago & Northwest
ern railroad company as an official, and
in a position to known whereof he
affirms, stated positively to-day, on ono
of tho trains of the Northwustern, that
the contract had been let for the con
struction of an extension of that road
from Randolph, Nebraska, to Yankton.
Any kind of a watch or clock cleaned
and repaired at Pioneer Drug Store.
J. p. Kristiensen.
Mr, T. A. Deroven, merchant, Derov
en, Louisiana, says: "The St. Patrick's
Pills went like hot cakes." People who
have once tried them aro never satisfied
with any other klnd. Their gentle ac
tion and reliability as a cathartic is
what makes them popular. For sale
by Emiel Brauch.
For Sale Client*.
Working and driving horses—for
Cash or on time, ono Deerlng mower,
one lumber wagon, one top buggy and
set of work harness.
J. T, 11oa
AN.
An exchange says: "A good many
drivers seem to bo ignorant of tho fact
that a pedestrian lias the right of way,
not only on cross walks but also on pub
lic streets. It is the. duty of all good
citizens to assert their rights and driy
ers should ba made to rcspect them.
Frequently drivers coinprl pedestrians
on cross walks, by an unhalted gait- or
tast driving, to run forward or back fo
keep out from under the feet of the
horses or wheels of a vehicle. It is very
humiliating to the person on foot to
run under such circumstances, and the
driver who is thus inconsiderate of the
dignity and safety of the pedestrian is
ill-bred,and lacks instinct and gentility
no matter how well he or she may
be dressed or how line the turnout,"
To the Citizens of Hurley,
Parties who aro willing to take one
or more boarders during our teachers'
institute will notify me soon, stating
the number you can accomodate. In
stitute commences July 28th.
A.
J.
ALLEN.
It would astonish many of us some
times if we could know what our neigh
bors think of lis. Every man has some
kind of a standing in the community
where he lives, and he is sized up agreat
deal closer than hehas any idea of. You
may set it down as a fact that there isn't
a twelve-year-old boy in the neighbor
hood who hasn't got his opinion of you,
and he wouldn't be slow about expres
sing it, either, if a stranger should ask
him for it. Every man is always mak
ing character, whether he is doing any
thing else or not,—Dell llapids Times.
For a lame back try saturating a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it on to the ef
fected parts. This treatment will cure
any ordinary case in one or two days.
Pain Balm also cures rheumatism,
sprains, .swellings and lameness. 50
cent bottles for salo. by Euiicl Brauch.
Turner County'M Schools.
Turner county has manifested a com
mendable zeal in establishing and
maintaining her public schools. They
are managed by boards of directors in
each school township, selected solely
with a view of fitness and experience,
without regard for party, sect or sex,
and tho best talent of tho. country has
been drawn upon for teachers. Thero
aro 12 organized school townships and
three independent districts in the coun
ty, containing altogether 08 schools, 4 of
which are high schools and well grad
ed.
The school property of the county,
exclusive of school lands is §00,500.
Tho school lands embrace 23,000 acres,
and their present value is about §250,
000. Tho tax levy for the maintainance
of tho schools varies from 10 to 18
mills on tho dollar of tho assessed val
uation of each school township. By
this mode of taxation tho avenige
farmer pays annually about §15 school
tax, which, considering the advantages
derived from such a complete public
school system, is very low indeed.
Remember we guarantee to savo
YOU
money on anything you want in- Urn
dry goods, clothing or shoe line,
ALLEN
Bua's,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve,.
The best salvo iu tho worlc for. Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhmim,.
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped hands,
Chilblains, Coins, and all Skin Erudi
tions, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to giyo
porfect satislaction.or money refunded.
Price 25^cnls i"oi sai.e by
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This spaoe belongs to •'Jim." Of
course you know him, and you will
find him rustling Dry G-oods, No
tions and Boots and Shoes at his
new store.
•Attention!
At this season of the year, MACHINE OILS
are more cussed and discussed than any
other line of merchandise. My old custo
mers know where to get just what they
want, and front new consumers I would re
spectfully ask a fair trial. Without fear of
successful contradiction, I can safely say
that I carry the heaviest stock and most
complete line of these goods in Turner Co.
Prices from 30 cents to $1.75 per gallon.
If oils are not as represented as to price
and quality, return same and have money
refunded*
PIONEER DRUG STORE,
TO THE FARMERS OF TURNER CO
ISMF* "C
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E. BRAUCH, Proprietor.
SPECIAL,
We are prepared to Insure Growing Crops against 11A1L
IN THE
Alliance Hail Association.
CHEAP, RELIABLE INSURANCE.
CAUL AND GET PRICES AND TERMS.
AVo are also Agents for
Alliance: Aid Association, Alliance Depart
ment Fidelity Fire Insurance Co.
^.LLEIST'S -A.G\FnSTCY.
I N I E & S O N
DEALERS
Staple and Fancy
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t.?|r]piourr Salt, Tobacco, etc.
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Hurley, S. D.
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THE M'CORMICK
is all Steel—no Wood to rot,.
How about the J. I. Case
We have got them.
T±:X,LIOTrr &
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AddresB, PEBKIJJS BBOS. CO.,
$ioux City, Iowa.
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NUMBER 12
Repairs Always on hand. 5
Standard Mowers Rakes: 3
POil HALE JiY
,J. A. SCOTT,
HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA.
JOS. FRICK,
rroprletor
Hurley Heat Market
Fresh and Smoked -Meat Always on Hftml.
Highest 1'riocs I'ald for Live Stook, mats-amiVur*
11UKLEY,
F. M. SLAGLE & CO.
-DEALERS LX-
LUMBER.
Ijime, Cement, Stucco and:
ITeiico Posts.
HARD AND SOFT COAL,
\k 'im
if£
JJiwsa.
.if
•'rt
DAKOTA.
E. S. HEMIICHS, Manager.
,r commy
BANK..
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HURLEY DAK.
W. H. R0BERTS0N,. Bankec,-
Kefcrence l»y Permission:
The banks of' ndipii
dence and Waterloo Iowa.
PROF. JOHN
V.QIGT..
Instructor of' Piano and 0'rgair,. mtf
GERMAN
AND FRENCH
Takes pleasure anncunclnB tluit lie
Ilm-ley from Tlmi-sil.iv at,3:001\. m.till
noon. lCixgulic '.t \Y. .11. jConkllti'S or.utttM*
Ml Marion. S. I.
H.S.GRAVES M..D*.
Physician and'
("alls |in»ii|llv nllemlril. omce and rr»lden*«
ou Center Avenue. First hntiso Tvest
of Kill-Kent's stoic..
IIUKHKY SOUTH:OAKOITA,
DR.S C.-FOWLBRv
Phvsicrin Sursreorc
and Obstetrician*
III
Wilt
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hctp
to cW-'-
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^lfnntior if 11 ni'iHli CVi..lfnva.Melicnl Annoola*
tion. ll:i.s Iti'i'ii in contlimotK pnicJlcu [or tneni
ty-Hvi) wars.
LOTZE & FISHER,
Cicncral Agents for
Sohmer, Hara'man, Decker Bro,?. and!
WJistfiock.PtiHisT..
Estey, Story & Clark, Chicago
Headquarters at Vcrmllliun itrancht
Oiliee at IViUreville. /i
Decoratiiin. Paper Hanging and Ka|vS%
sominlng..
v-j
$1
l$l
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v,
Cottagv
ifr
and Western Cottage Organs. 'V.ff
Will sell on installments to suit niirch.ner.
J. W. DAYYv^
lias located, fu.ijurley, mm 19.
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