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8*5$ MJI EU -ft Gents'Furnishings, wj* 1 Santa Never before liave Ave lcci"i in as good shape to lill your needs in Holiday and Xmas goods: also in QUI* lines as at the present time. We have one of the largest lines of goods and our stock js in shape so you can go through and see the goods when you come to town. You can also get our as CLOSING OUT 8 cent Outing 5c Ladies' I.50 Dress Skirts only 98c SI awls at half price 45 inch Oil Cloth l^c Heavy Mittens and Gloves 50c value at 39c 75c value at 50c $1.00 value at 75c $1,50 lamb lined 1.00 Also closing out shoes and overshoes duck coats, ladies' and childrdn's coats and men's and boys' sweaters. Remember the goods are not bought for advertising purposes but are guaranteed to wear or money re funded. -svt Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Shoes and Overshoes. Notion and Queens ware V«««» V'"T & ., HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY DECEMBER 7, 15)05. With Toys, Toilet Cases, Albums, Smoker Sets, Xmas Cards, Books, Games, Wagons, Sleds, Dishes and many ff§ other articles too numerous to mention. We still continue to lead on the low prices an clothing, Ladies' and- a A cordial invitation is extended to all to make this store their head $ quarter^ while in the city. Vt W W 5 W fp 5 W it rs W AUK., S Sop. and Oct. and blanks I,. Franklin, janitor's salary for October Geo. Muinliy, boai'il of prison ers and jailor's salary for Oct •V.jtf* %t »rfvl^£2ife3 S2.00 S-w 33.OO We arc still %fr !$» em w® m» «S £*$• &»> S 8 W 3 $ Proceedings Of Board of County Commissioners Oil motion the I'ollowiiiK bills wcro ftllowcil iiud wiirrants ordered drnwn: ,1. M. Still. Itejiuty Co. Auditor. ssiliiry for Oi-tobev .$ ."iO.OO E. 'W. UniwiK1. Co. Auditor, sal ary for October 100.00 Tlieo. I'falt, Deputy Co. Treas urer, salary for October "0.00 S. .". Monk, Co. Treasurer, sal ary for October 100.07 Isaac XaclitiRall, Co. Supt. .salary for October 12.~i.00 Tlieo. l'falf. acUnowledH'in^ tax-sale certificates 04.25 K. A\'. Browne, ]io.-.tafic, express and drayajro, Oct. 1 to Nov. 22 1 :!.X5 II. II. .lolinson. i)o:-.taK» for Oct. 0.40 Dan K. Hanson, postage for 6i^jP Now for Big Bargains in Sweaters S\\reaterK S 1 0 0 W 14.2.") 2 .00 40."0 2.!)i IT. IT. Johnson, jiostajre for Nov. S. N. Jlouk, postage for Oct.. Korvin & Pedersen, rejiairinK bridges 2."(i.()2 friie I .".70 On motion tlie offer of tlie Nmitli Premier Typewriter Co, to furnish the itiunty a new type.writer for the old Bar loi-k and $."5.00 was accejited. County Coirinissioners ot Clay Couuty being present: a joint session of tlie two County Hoards was held tor the purpose of dividing tlie road and bridge work on the county line be tween the counties of Turner ami Clay. All members of each board being pre sent. Chairman B. C. Foss of Turner County presiding and the Auditor of Turner County acting as clerk. After discussion, tlx? motion was made, seconded and carried that tho road and bridge work on the county line between Centerville Twp., Turner Co., and Riverside Twp., lay Co.. be divided as follows: The two counties to build jointly and to jointly maintain the tifty-foot steel bridge to le erected on the county line between See. SK5-52 and Sec. 2-95-52. Turner County to assume all road work and bridge building (except steel bridge above mentioned) on east one and one-half miles and on the west one and one-half miles of county line On motion the bi idge bids were op wied ami tiled. Following are the bids for bridye complete: Iowa Bridge Company $1,020.00 •I. A. Crane 1.O4D.0U Canton Bridge Company.... 1.125.00 II. T. Ward iSr Company l.ooo.oo On motion the bid of Iowa Bridge Company was accepted and contract drawn and signed. On motion Com. C. .1. Anderson, of Clay County, and Com. \Y. K. Ege, ol Turner County, were appointed a-com mittee to supervise the erection of above bridge. This finishing the business of the joint session. the„motion was made, seconded and carried to adjourn sine die. The Turner County Board recon vened, and on motion the following bills were allowed and warrants or dered drawn: W. 10. Ege. per diem and mile age ..... l:.l!0 J. A. Crane, bridge work.... 2.10:?.52 Upon the presentation ot a receipt, signed bv the Clerk and Treasurer of Monroe Twp. showing that all delin quent: road tax against tlie Chicago & Northwestern It. It. C«. in said Twp. had been paid, tlu- mot'on was made, seconded and earned that all delin quent road taxes against said It. It. Co. in Monroe Twp. be ordered strick en from the tax lists. On motion the follow'ug lulls were allowed and warrants ordered drawn: C. I,. Jones, salary and expense. state's attorney tor Oct S0.10 Philip Schniitt. blacksmith work for county tari.i 0.M5 A. IT. Harris, varnish for court house 1.10 .Tune Dunning, work on court house fence 14.00 I. 1". Iwwerks. hauling plank. 2.00 II. II. Hargrove, work on court house fence 14.00 F. W. Cole, correction freight on county fencing 15.10 V. C. AVass. publishing delin quent. tax list 58.50 A. I. C»rebel, flour for poor and supplies for court house... 0.30 ^£,k''}^ in the ring* on the overshoe line. Wo are offering an overshoe worth 1 .(5 to 1.75 at the IOAV pi'ioe of $1.45 Tho Old Colony overshoe 98c Ladies, Boys and Misses overshoes 95c $1.48 31.OH ©Our .* &*#> between Twp. i)ii-.~2. Turner County, and Twp. 0r-."2. Clay County. Clay County to assume all road work and bridge building (except steel bridge above mentioned) on the three miles of same line lyi.'.g between the two sections of the line assumed by Turner County. NUMBER ST itygpwyw SHf «•«?!.'* *t^**WM0tHmOTV 39e 70 OH ^m^soit •Mmm, ***. 3 ,^^'4 ii'. 1 Vl mwrn s* I auji S in m. 'Hi my srai W 'V# wvtnw 55.00 05.00 1 00 O.i.ll 17 5" 1 7~ 3 r!2.o:.i On motion the bill of Couuty Coronei S. I.. Brown of .'jfli.lii for services tlie inquest of Lotus Nelson .was rt:-. jeeted. Oil ni.ition lots 5 and (i. blk. 2H, Citv ol Hurley, were ordered placed 011 the. tax list tor 1005 at an assessed valua tion of 7S2.00 and .50.00 respectively. On motion the follow ng bills wem allowed and warrants ordered drawn: Western Elevator Co., coal for county use ,."j!22S 0.1.L tin 1a Sargent, commissioners per diem and mileage \V JO Ege, commissioners per diem rnd mileage Soren Christensen commission ers per diem and mileage. CARNAHAN 1 I! r«! 5.1 Paul LiiI'Hz. bridge iro s..... .^ Itoper-Morgan lldw. Co., sup plies tor court, house Smith-Premier Tvpewr-ler Co., for typewriter Henry I'.rvm. salary as .man ager Co. taiiO and man lnre tor ct. ....... 1 toper-Morgan Hilw. Co., oil tor court house Jloors W. It. Wood, lumber Close A:- Ernstene. supplies. v .1. A. Hall, draying Jacob Iieb. grocev.es lr0r coun tv farm J. \Y. Chase '0., li irdware tor county a nil and= court house .1. F. Kelly & C_. otlicc sup plies American Book Co., school rthoks .. C98 07 I •S- y&l »r JS, j.i5 *r 1 .",.'5* 10 00 THE BLACKSMITH en a 1 blacksmith ,ig, llorse Shoeing' and Wood Work. Boiler and Engine Specialty. 4 1 1 y, ff! *x 2i 2a W Ellis commissioners per diem and mileage On motion the board adjourn ed Attest. Jj. C. Fo s, 15 4(1. E.W.Brown, Chatman County Auditor. IS 17,v-W MS to- "i3?f J $ M, it ^r* f$ W a w," \i "idi /w?