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.Subscribe for the HERALD. (a-ocerios ol" all kinds at Uoth I lev. 1. X. Pardee preached !•:. church last Sunday. 1 loth lirus., successors to X. AVil ilcr, sell Clothing of all kinds. Bros, at the M. D. s] j" ANTKD—A. RRIRL to do housework' enquire at residence of L. X. Loom Is'. "Whips and Harness Goods at lloth Jros. successors to I. AVilder. 25 Several choice bargains in Ileal Es tate. Enquire at the Jerauld Countv !3ank, K. s. ]atenian and grandson Walter 'olt tor a visit with friends in "Wiscon sin Sunday. "Y essey Brothers, Ransom & Co. sell goods cheaper than \ou can buy thein at lhft..railroad. Olfi* Foil SALE.—One 11x15 Model Job Printing Press and 50 pounds of Bre vier Type. Enquire at the fice. HKHAIDof The home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. De line of Tenipleton was made happy the iirst of the week by the arrival of a girl baby. Yessey Bros., Hansom & Co. havethe argest stock of Clothing in the coun Suits from £8 to $30. Go and see -hem. tv. olfl A lint assortment of trimmed hats and millinery goods generally at Iioth Brothers. Call and examine before -nirchasing. S25 Pon SALE.—The relinquishment of a tree claim in town 108-Cf! with 12 acres breaking on claim can be purchased very cheap if taken at once. Apply to the Jerauld County Bank. 1'reaching at the M. E. church on Sabbath mornings Dec. Oth and 20th on Sabbath evenings Xov. 29th, Dec. 13th and 27th. The service next Sab bath evening, Xov. 2'Jth, will be a Thanksgiving sermon. Last Sunday morning while liobert Yessey and wife were driving over to church their horse became frightened and whirled around upsetting the bug gy and breaking the thills. The occu pants were not seriously injured. The preliminary examination of Sol omon l'or the shooting of Rohbe has been adjourned by Esquire Ilackett un til Dec. 3d, 1885. The defendant has Porter & Goodykoontz of Chamberlain l'or counsel. A. Gunderson appears On behalf of the Territory. AYe are informed by a letter from the ilev. Jno. B. l'omeroy, Synodical Mis sionary of the Presbyterian Church, that he will visit Wessington Springs in the near future for the purpose of organizing a Presbyterian Church at this place -should such a movement be deemed advisable. The exact date of his visit will be announced hereafter. Notice. Taxes will become delinquent^ Jer iidd county on February 1st, 1886. AV. J. AVILIIAMS, Treasurer. Card of Thanks. AVe wish to render hereby our heart felt thanks to our numerous friends and neighbors who so kindly and cheer fully assisted us during Mrs. French's sickness, and while Mr. French was absent. Especially shall our hearts ever burn with love towards Miss May Wasson and Rosa VanSlyke. Mn. & MRS.. I. II. FJIEXCII. COMMUNICATED. Xonlyke's flax went over 10 bushels per acre. J. E. Gilbert's oats went near 2u bush els per acre. B. X'eal has a splendid well on his claim on section 9. II. A. Pierce has moved his home stead improvement on to his pre-emp tion. Jas. Grieve is having carpenter work done on his house. C. W. Mills is a happy man over his new son. I. X. llieh is threshing his oats rais ed on section 35. Thanksgiving will ids observed at Tenipleton by some of Harmony peo 1'le. Cleil Titus who has been absent lor some time is again to be seen in our midst. A lively time was had at Jell. ,Sick ler's last Friday evening about 10 cou ples were present- J. .Shannon furnish ad the music and they kept every one a'.v lke till broad daylight. .. Mrs. 1). "11. Feuvy goes cast this ra ().(/. England and iauuly departed, lor Mitchell this week he expects to return soon A. Xordyke will over see 'the ranch this winter. ilow about the 11. B- scare, Mr. .Ldi :(.or. is Wessington Springs to have a ailroad or are you giving us "tally. Wedding Anniversary. On the evening of the 2nd of Nov ember, Mr. and Mrs. lluben Lucas, of Larlville, celebrated their thirtieth anniversary. Mr. Lucas is justice of the peace and one of the substantial citizens of Beadle Co., and the recep tion which he and his good old "Frau" tendered to about fifty invited guests will be long remembered by those pre sent, The large center stand was load ed down with valuable presents. Berdell's band, of Alpena with the assistance of John Shannon of Har mony township, furnished excellent music, while the young folks "tripped the fantastic toe, with much grace. At twelve o'clock the happy couple— although advanced in years yet youth ful in Appearance—were brought for ward and th'g ntarriage ceremony "per formed. T. L. White was then called upon, who, for the company, wished Mr. and Mrs. Lucas a pathway all through life strewn with flowers of pleasure and intersected by pearling streams of joy and when at last they shall have 'shuffled off this mortal coil' they might leave behind them many tokens of personal worth, deeds of kind ness and words of love. A very elabo rate supper was then served to which all did justice. Festivities were then resumed and continued until late in the night when the guests returned to their homes feeling that Dakota could fur nish its share of joys and pleasures. Vester Amicus. Miss Mary Willianis returned from her Iowa visit last week. Mitchell Republican: In justice court before AVinslow Abbey, Charles Koades made complaint that James Grundy had obtained goods under false pre tenses and also charged the defendant with having in his possession counter feit silver dollars of the United States with the intent to sell and circulate them. Defendent waived examination and was held to bail in each case for 8350, in default of which he was sent to jail. The facts of the above seem to be that this man, James Grundy, lives at Crow Lake, Jerauld county, and came to Mitchell to do business at the land office, lie purchased ten cents worth of cheese of C. II. Rhoades, and gave in payment a $20 bill which was an old Missouri state bank bill, which had passed out of existence years and years ago, received his $19.90 in change and went out. It appears Mr. Rhoades upon second thought did not just like the looks of the twenty dollar Dili and went over to the bank to see about it. The broad grin that spread over the cashier's face rather convinced friend Rhoades that he had "got left," He sent for an officer at once but was un able to identify his man until Mrs. Rhoades came to the rescue and identi fied Grundy. In the meantime Grundy had transacted his business at the land office and spent Rhoades' money, went to the depot fo return home where he was captured. lie now languishes in the county jail. MAUUIKD.—At The rno.M Township 108—Gt. Weather improving. Three threshing machines in Harmo ny this week. I AVateibury Thursday evening November 26,1885 Mr, Harry Rex and Miss Minnie Babb. On the same evening at same place, Mr. S. K. King, Probate Judge Buffalo Co,, and Miss Coler. On Wednesday November 25th, Mr. Mortimer Powell and Miss Kallis of Tenipleton, D. T. IIEXIALT) extends congratula tions to the happy young couples and wishes them long happy and useful lives. A. Submarine Bout. The submarine boat of Jules Verne's story,, directed by the mysterious Capt. Nemo, sinking a ship and sailing back wards and forwards through her rig ging "like a needle through a piece of saileloth," has not ceased to impress our imagination, and yet here is Mr. Nor denfeldt, with thirty-nine officers rep resenting ever European Power, anx iouslv watching the performance of a vessel in which lie fairly puts the nov elist's imagination to shame. From the accounts which are published it seems that every objection lias been met and overcome with wonderful ingenuity if the engines which are sinking the boat break down she returns at once to the surface she cannot sink too far, for an automatic arrangement, closes the throttle-valve at any given depth she has been driven sixteen miles at throe knots an hour without returning to the surface, and she can run 160 miles', without recoaling. Most important of ail, a pendulum, 'working of course au tomatically, keeps two bow rudders in such respective posi lions thai au Mall Gazette. The Mex'can -condai o. The following interesting interview with a Mexican farmer appe recent number of the City of 'I wo Ucpublic.s: "What sala earned by the farm-hands in yur «Siv tricl?'1 ''They earn 25 cents a day month, exclusive of raciones, ly rations of four almuds or tw iish bushels of corn, a quart bushels of frigoles (beaus), pounds of coarse or line salt. Qih A Good "Baker's Dozen." WESSINGTON SPRINGS, JERAUIfD COUNTY, DAKOTA, FRIDAY, NOV. 27, 1HB5. A capital opportunity is now offered to all who would like to obtain, at small cost, a first-rate weekly Journal, full of good things. Everybody and his wife knows Orange Judd, who for more than a quarter of a century has supplied to the people a vast amount of practical, useful, reliable information. Mr. Judd is now editor and manager of the Prai rie Farmer at Chicago, and a grand, good paper he is making it. It is is sued every week, is beautifully printed on iirst class paper, and finely illustrat ed with many original engravings. It constantly has something useful and interesting for every member of every family, and its household department is unsurpassed, whether for country, village or city. The price is also re duced to only 81.50 a year. And more than this, every one subscribing now for 1880, receives the weekly numbers for all the rest of this year free. Take our advice and subscribe at once, and get the two months extra. It will you well. Or at least send for a specimen copy. Address Prairie Far mer, Chicago, 111. NOTICE N' 1 even keel" is absolutely assured. This last is the main point. What every one who steps inside \vi] 1 ask Is. Will she turn over? Even the extraordinary moral and physical inllueure of such boat in modern wari.are will hardly re ceive due attention until this elemen tary matter is settle d. Other doubt, as to her conduct, for instance, in. a maelstrom or ii hustled by a whale, aio of no importance compared to the pos sibility of standing ou one's -head in the stoke-hole in ten fathoms of water. NOTJOU CONTEST rs a Mexico ies are Week- man gets this as a weekly allowance.'' "Under what conditions are contracts made for farming?" "The contracts forthesowim and beans are made by adva the farm-hands two or" three payments beforo the work cor which are deducted afterwa then- wages, according to agyeerni This is done to secure the J|ey are then watched very 'Qajlkjft? There are sufficient laborers to oe had in the municipality where I lives' bat in other places men are scarce." "What are the principal agricultural products in your municipality, and what is the annual product?" "Corn, beans, and sugar-cane are the leading agricultural products. On the average, the municipality produces yearly 70,000 bushels of corn and 4,000 bushels of beans. The sugar cane crop yields generally 375,000 pounds of sugar and 90,000 pounds of molasses in the shape of cake. There are planted also nearly 2,000,000 mescal magueys. The corn sells at §1 a bush el, the beans at $2.50 a bushel, sugar at §"2.50 an arroba of 25 pounds, aiid the caked molasses at §8 per carga of 300 pounds." "What are the retail prices of princi pal articles of consumption?" "Beef is cheap compared with the City of Mexico. It sells from 6 to 8 cents a pound, aud the meat, is good, too. Corn retails at -5 and 6 cents an almud—twelfth of a bushel—and beans at 25 cents au almud." "How does stock sell?" "The average price of bulls and cows is $10 a head, licifers sell gen erally at $1-1 a head and oxen at $18. Three-year-old colts cost from §10 to $15 each mares $6 to 88, and horses that have been broken §20. Sheep are valued at §1 ahead Small, thin hogs cost §1.50 each, and fattened hogs at the rate of 10 cents a pound." "Is it easy to acquire property?" "No. It is difficult to purchase pri vate property. Good land is sold at $100 a fanega tnonwily pay free FOR PUBLICATION.—LAND onice at Mitchell, D. T., November 24, 18S5. Not'ce is hereby given that the followingnam ed settler has lUed not ice of his intent ion I make linal proof in support of his claim, aud that-said proof will be made before the Judge of the Pro bate Court at Plankinton, I).on the 2d day of January 18SU. viz.: WH.LIAM P. SCILLZ. d. s. ntrvNo 23040. for the ne'.i. see 34. town 100. range 04,'w. "it!1 p. in. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, viz: 15. M('.Cielen. Perry Reynolds. M. P. Dunn. August Schuetliielz, of Parsons, Jerauld Co., J). X. II .7)1 GEO. B. EVEKITT, Register. OTIC15 FOR PUBLICATION—Land Olllec at, Mitchell. D. T. Oct. 20, 1S85. Notice is hereby given that the fehowingnani 0(f settler has Jlieil notice, of his internum ti make linal proof in support, of his claim, and that said proof will be made before.I ta-lg Probate Cour! Jerauld comity at We.ssingtoi) Springs, oil Jeceliih':!' T, 1885, viz: '.MARTIN J. THORNTON. under his eniry No. 23010, for the soU sec 23 ioivu Uis range on. lie names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of. sal:l land, viz: Joiep'.i Ack erson, .Michael Shaii'er. Edward Shaller, C. n. iiili. of Stock, Jerauld Co., D. T. „::od4 (!EC. B. EVEIUTT,Register, i^Oll IH'BUOAXKXN.—Land Oilice at. Mitchell, I. T„ November d, IMS. Notice is hereby given fiat the lollov'in.^ie.MU eii settler has liled notice o£ his intention to make linal prooi in support of his claim, and thai said proof will be made before the Judge or in his absence the clerk o£ the uislrict Court Jerauld coiniiv. at Wessington Springs J. i-., on January loa.m.. t,sii viz: JKS:!-: C. MOfcSli, under 11is l!d. envry No f5f8i for the s'.y1.- ".ec. 14. township is 0. range u. lie names lliu-tol lowing i'lie-ses to pro\e li is continuous |1. NOTICES. TtTOTH'li OF CONTEST.—United States Land lY'OMue at Mitchell, D. T„ Oct. 24, ISM. Complaint having been entered at this oflice by 'William II. I'ower-, Jerauld county, 1). T., against .M. Jilizabet.il Ivujiler for failure'to eoni IMjiwitli lav/ us to Timber-culture entry No Ki, »li dated September 2.1.S82, upon the 'ne'.i scc tio/i 31 township loii, range ill, in .Jerauld Co, J. T. With a view to tile euncellation of said entry cnnlcsiant allcfeiiuj that claimant has failed to break live acres the first, year and failed the third year to nlant live acres ot'trees as required bv lajv. and said failure still exists the said parties aie hereby summoned to appear at litis office oil Hie 11th day of December, 1SS5. ut 10 o'clock a.in., to respond and furnish ail the testimony ciwceruing said alleged failure. n|(i2T T. !•', SiarwsBK, Ree. OTIOH.—U. S. Laud Office, Mitchell, D. T., October 24, lss.'i. oniplaint having been entered at this office by William It. rowers Jerauld county, against Junes 8. JCuglfr for failure to coiuplv Willi la as to Timber-culture entry JsTo, SW04 dated A g. 14,1SS2, (limn Hie sefi secao, township loc. riijige Win Jerauld county, D. T., with a view to the cancellation of said entry, contestant al leging that claimant has failed the llrst year to break five acres and failed the 3d year to plant Me acres of trees as required by law and the said faiVire still exists the said parties are liereUy summoned to appear & tiils.otllce ou the tttlidayof December, 1885, at 10 o'clock A.M.. to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. T. V. SIXGISEK, Kec. nona? NOTICE—.United1, States J.and D. T.. October Office Mitchell, 1SS5. Complaint having been entered at this office by John C. Bennett, Davison Co., against Heirs of John England, deceased, l'or failure to coin ply with the law as to timber culture entry No. 12154, dated Sept. nth, 18S», upon the wM sec. 2i town 108, range ©i, in Jerauld comity, 1). T., with same in good faith and for the purpose of culti vating tile same to timber, litil lie made said 'J entry for the use and benefit of O. O. Jinglatui said O. O. England paid all of his expenses'from Iowa to Woonsocket I), 'i'., and return to Iowa, and ali expenses connected with making saiii tree claim entry. The said parties are herein hereby summoned to appear at this office on thi 10th day of December, 1885, at 10 o'clock a. in. to respond and furnish testimony concernini: siiid alleged failure. oa0n20 GEO. B. EVEKITT, Register. VTOTTCE OF CONTEST.—United States Land -L Ofiice at Mitchell, D. T., October 12,1885. Complaint having been entered at this office by Jlenry O Stephens against Win O lioslier foi ibaudoning his homestead entry No. 24812 (luted April 10th, 188y, upon the sw!i see 12. town hip 100. range 65, in Jerauld countv. Dakota 'erritorv, with a view to the cancellation of saifi ntry: the said parties are hereby summoned ii appear at the office of (!'. W. McDonald, Cl'k Hist. Court, at Wessington Springs, D. T.t on he 27th day of Nov. 1885. at 10 o'cloeka. m.. to •espondand furnish all the testimony concern ing saidalleged abandonment. OIIINU 1855. acres). Second- class laud sells for ij60 a fanega, and uncultivated land at §25. That, is, when the owners of property are fill ing to sell, which is not often." "What industries could be establish ed in your district?" "Tnat is a hard question to anfewer, because the land iu my municipality is not yet developed sufficiently to know what would I,est flourish there. There are now large sugar reiineries and tan neries in some parts of the district in which Coeula is situated. But the country is wild anu unsettled yet." VTOT1CE IN GliORC MAXWELL, who made Homestead enirv No. 24S17 for Hit south west'.i see. 3, township 100. range 05. il( names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence niton, and cultivation of. said uid, viz: Samuel Moore, Julius Swan, liiijal loon. Gordon, Henry (iuudeisun. Wessingioi Springs, Jerauld Co.. D. T. ii27.il NOTICE A OHO. B. EVEIUTT, Register. C. W. McDonald,Clk., of Wessington Springs, I). T., is hereby appointed a commissioner to take the testimony 111 the above case. He will it once return all the papers duly certified to this office when and where they will be exam ined by this ollie and decision rendered thereon Dec. 3d. GEO. Ii. EVEKITT, Register. NOTICE Or FINAL PROOF. FOR PUBLICATION.—Land Oilici at Mitchell, I). T„ Nov. 2,1885. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intentioi lo make linal proof ill support of his claim, am that said proof will be made before Clerk o. District Court, Jerauld County, at Wessingtoi Springs, D. T. on December 12.10 A. M. 1883,'viz CHARLES D. BROWN, lid. entry No. 20801 for the eji ne'-i sec 51 & W. nw?i 32 town 108 range 64. He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his continuous residenci upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: B. F. I'.agie, William Eagle, Richard Vandervene, H. I. Wallace, of Wessington Springs, D. T. n6dii GEO. B. EVEKITT, Reg. VTOTICE FOR PUBLICATION .-Laud Office at Mitchell, J. T., November 20,1885. Notice is hereby given that the following nam ed settler lias lileil notice of liis intention ti. make linal pj-oof in support of his claim, am that said proof will be made before the Probah Judge of Aurora county, at Plankinton, D.T. in the 2d clavof January, 18S.1, viz: GEO. B.EVKBITT. Register FOR PUBLICATION.—Land Ollica at Mitchell, D. T. Oct. 20th, 1885. Notice is hereby given that the following-nam settler has tiled" notice of his intent ion ti make Dual--proof in support of his claim and thai said proof will be made before Judge J'robaU l.'ourt Jerauld county at WessingtonSprings, L\, on December 3,10 a. in.. 1885. viz: LARS .VANSSOX under his lid entry No. 23123 for the s'v iie.M n'i seU sec 2 town 107 range 04. lie names tin following witnesses to prove his continuous res idence upon, and cultivation of. said land, viz Mamnis Anderson, Eriek Knuttson, Andrew Lund, Nells Knuttson, of Starkey, Jerauld Co. D. T. o231i: GEO. B. EVEKITT,Register. JyTOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—i.and Office at Mitchell. D. T.,Nov. 0. 1885. Not ice is hereby given that the following nam ed settler has filed notice of his intention t( make linal proof in roof will that said proof and in his absence This notice must bo published in the I! fill.UJ at Wessington Springs, 1). T, Giso. 15. Everitt. Re In Justice Court. Uefoiro C. K. ilackett. Justice of tli'e l'eae TKlM-ilTOllV OK DAKOTA. I C(H NTV er.lEU.U l.l). f.eorge \. Winegarduer vs. John Thomas Tlio Territory of Dakota sends Greeting: John Thomas, Defendant. You are hereby summoned to appear befor me, at my el'liee. in Wessington Sprngs in said countv. tin the 24th day of December. A. D. Wi. at 10 o'clock a. in., to answer toihe oiuplaint-of the above named l'laiutilf.George A. Farm support of his claim, and be made before the Judge before the Clerk District Court Jerauld county, at Wessington Springs, D, T. on December, lo. 1885. viz: JOHN B.. SMART. who made d. s. entry Ho. 220% for the sw'-i t! town 106, range 6S. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence ill and cultivation of, said land, viz: McRead irtin, Geo. C. Martin, R. S. Vessev. A. M. Mii tliias. of Wessington Spring nl3dis Gno. J5. EVERITT, Register. And notice is hereby specially given to Jos eph Browday who made (1. s. entry No. 21105, now iu conflict with the above, to appear at Wes sington Spring's D. T. on the date aud hour abov named and show cause why said entry should not lie cancelled and theabove-r.ir.nccl pVe-empt or allowed to eonsuuiate tile lo the above dei cribed land under his No. 220!i0. '& Win\,.'ard- ner. who claims to recover ol' yon the sum of thirtv-two dollars and forty cents. l.aUuve due: liini 'for labor performed for you at different times from April iiStii. lssl. to .May loth, lssfl. a.HL you are hereby notified hat if you fail to anpear and answer said i-omphuni ie above re quired, said i'lninliU' will take .judgment for the above amount, thirty-two and •w-ico !ui dol lars and costs of this action. Given under mv hand this 1:!ili of Novem '•er. A.D. 1ssr,. C. 4 Girt 1 llv 11 V: -. ,".TT. Justici' of the 1'eaee s'.itiiin avil lor Jerauld Counts", Dakota. To the Sheriff or any (.'uiist'P'h* ol' said Je rauld County. Grueling: .Make legal service hereof, and due return. n!::.tlis heud win 1 es- le'tee ill ou, and cultivation of. said land.''iz: l.vxvntci-. N. Smith, J. A. Tyner. Sullivan, Jeraidd eouuty, 1!. Oou "'i, l'ars'Mis. Airora countv. D.T. '"'O. b. hs'K'-'i IT, Register. ing more money at onco. than anUhing else in America. Hoihscsi'sof ullages can live at home and work iu spare lime, or all tuelimf'. Capi tal n,it reuuired. .'.Vewill start you. Immense pav sure for I hose who start at once. S", i.vsox & i'o., rorti'ind, ".'auie nin DRY GOODS Our stock i»f Dry Goods is now complete in ev«ry detail and we request a t4us« examination of quality anil prices. 35TEW GOODS: Flannels—a good one, i'ed Twilled, for 2oc. Jeans—-a good one, for lue. Canton Flannels, a good one, for 8c. FIRST CLASS HOTEL in Gooil accomodations. Reasonable J'rices. German Knitting Yarn, 12 new shades. Fine Saxony Yarn.in 24 new shades. Ginghams at 8c. Heavy Plaid Shirting at 10e, Tab!@ Linens, Cottonades, Jeans, Dress Goods, Ladies' Cloth, Jersey Flannel, in New Shades and at Bottom Prices. Vessey IJBrothers, Ransom Co., 'V' :-T Bros. CUVU. IAKDFACTURING CO.. South Beoci, loci- Plantation Wagorts, Log .Wagons, Lumber Carts, Railroad Carts, Mail Wagons, Cotton Drays, Etc. Platform Spring Wagons, Three-Spring Wagons, Half Platform Wagons, Delivery Wagons, Express Wagons. Fine Carriages, Landaus. Phaetons, Bronglianis, Side-J5ars, Coupes. Sur reys. and !Lig!it Opsu and Top Buggies. iUlANCil liOl'SKS: Studebaker llros. /!!'g. Co.. Chicago, 111. Stndebaker Bros. Jll'g. Go., Halt Lake, Utah. •, Studebaker llros. .Mfg. Co., San l'raneisco, G:il. sepl.s mm Heud 10 cents postage, and we mail you free a royal, vain sample box ot goods that put. you iu tin1 way of mak .*• •'.« Stores at Wessington Springs and Cfow Lake. A BUTLNESS CARDS. BUSINESS CARDS. WESSiN&TON SPRINGS HOTEL.: L. H. TARBLE, Proprietor. c. w. MCDONALD, respect. J'rices Good stabling in connect ion with the Hotel. 21! T. LINUS BLANK. CIVIL ENCINEER AND ARCHITECT 11120 Wessington Springs, Dak. A. M. MATHIAS, M. D. (Graduate of the University of Pennsylvania— Class of 1860), otters his professional services. A full line of PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Also, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Garden Seeds, Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &e. WESSINGTON SPRINGS, DAKOTA. MRS. NETTIE C. HALL, M. B., GENERAL PRACTITIONER, Wessington Springs, Dakota. Residence on section Eight, Town i'07—64. C. W. HILL, Attorney at Law, Notary PuMic, —AND— REA3L ESTATE AGENT. Claims bought and sold ou commission. \.ll kinds of Improvements on farms procured done for claimants: also, work secured for trusty persons. Residence on section 22, Town 10s—65. P. O. uldress, Elmer, Dakota. I -1 M. EVI. MODLIN, Contractor and Builder Estimates and material furnished. Residence N E Sec. ao-!0«-iH. P. O. Address, Parsons, 1) T. 2-44 &mmmr Pi NO. 14* Attorney at Law and Notary Public Wessington Springs, Dakota. Conveyancing promptly and carefully attend' ed to. Will practice in all the Territorial courts Collections remitted as soon as made. Jerauld Co, Bank OF ALBERT, BATEMAN MCDONALD, WESSINGTON SPRINGS, D. T. C. W, MCDONALD, CASHIER. General Banking Business/ Money Loaned on Ileal Estate am! Chattels. Collections receive special Attention^ Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange bought and sold. TIME 53 fiflONEY! Yoti can snve both time ami money bv buyino your A W A E Of MORSE & LiaPOIMT Instead of going to the Railroad. All kinds oi Camenters Tools and Builders Hardware A Specialty. We keep const,-mtiy on band tin' oest STEEL NASLS PUMPS. Gasoline Stoves, Gasoline, Ammu nition, Etc. We are ^.it'e in saying we have a larger'stork TirL-warts Than any other dealer in Jerauld eouui.v. nearl\ all home mamii'iicnvred which is is per cent.'bet ter than sale work. If you want anything in our line call and wt will sell at prices that will please you. .Tin Roofing, Eave Soouiirg ami aS kinds ot .lob work promptly attended to at low est. rates. All work done'liy us guaranteed lirs:l class. $4- WSORSE & LaPOSi'lT., Wessington Springs Dal: WASHBURM & CtTRREY, LOANS, LAP AND REAL ESTATE. LOANS NEGOTIATE!?, Special Attention Given to all lJuslne.-is itcl'ore the United States Land Oilice. MITCHELL, DAKOTA1. Jo M. LEVA1E & CO.H DEAMULFT IN Lumber, Lisa© 1 Coal At Woonsocketytird. next" the railroad ou soult, side of section line. 2S J. M. LUV.SKE. T. D. K.SNOUSK. W. 31. DoiMik. C. SHOUS'E, oie c!d atliic Pliy sician aM-Sraii JOHNSON "A WTKlsMt Racine, Wisconsin, aiANUrACTUBEPS OF PLANKINTON, DAKOTA. li-Utt RACINE" FAR1 .AND WAREHOUSE FA^KINO 11LLS DUSTLESS GRAIN SEPARATORS AND LAND ROLLERS. These Mills and Separators havo long uceli ti'scd by the Parmors, promincatMillers»Qrai2) rlV ilkw t!i:i :i:iv -IS-.-.1' Seed Dealers thi*oug'iJout tlio Tuitet" States, who hijrhly racorumeud them a3 boiurr i. the Best Maclilaes ever niado for cleaninr and grading Wheat, Barley, Oate, Corn, ac? m&c. Seod3 of every description. They do tlio work moro tnoronglily an ', have greater capacity than any omer machino. They are strongly built of the very beef material, highly finished, aud are made i\: six different size3, Wo for farm use and Sou'- for Warehouse, If which are iiiircu bette" Hum the common, and will cost you but tvii!.'. more. We also keep bolli wood'nmt iron Elevator and Millers' use. Tho Land Rollers are the most durably', iiEBX aud CHEAPEST iu tho uiurket for Ih money. Warrsnted to give satiafactiou. Send for illustrated circulars and price:' before buying. We can vouch for tho reliability of tfci firm.—Editor-,