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Subscribe for the ting HERALD. Groceries of all kinds at Both Bros. Dun llindnum came up from Mitch ell the first of the week. Horse blankets, harness goods and whips at Both Bros.' The preliminary examiuation of Ben "-olornon is still in progress. Iloth Bros., successors to X. D. Wil der, sell Clothing of all kinds. sll W ANTKD—A girl to do housework enquire at resilience of L. 1^, Loomis. Be\. .John Cross died at his home in e.mpleton on Tuesday evening last. Whips and Harness Goods at Both tiros, successors to Is". D. Wilder. 25 James II. Woodbum is building a new blacksmith shop near the Wood burn house. Several choice bargains in Ileal Es tate. Enquire at the Jerauld County Bank. N. J. Dunham has erected a neat lit tle house on lots northeast of the new court house Autograph photograph and scrap al bums and other holiday goods at Both l?ros. (j4 I. T. Martin, of Davenport, Iowa, vis ited inends in Wessington Springs on Sunday last. "Vessey Brothers, Ransom & Co. s°ell goods cheaper than you can buy them at the railroad. olS Three threshing machines in the vi cinity of town were compelled to lie still on account of the windstorm to day. Ton SALE.—One 11 Jo Model Job Printing Press and BO pounds of Bre vier Type. Enquire at the IIEKAI.Dol' tice. "Vessey iros., Hansom & Co. have the largest stock of Ciothing in the coun ty. Suits from £15 to 830. Go and set them. olG Vice-president Hendricks died at his home in In'dianapolis, Ind., on Wednes day, Nov. 55th. He was buried on Tuesday fp.st. W. F. Avers and family came up from Plankinton liist Monday to view tin beauties of Wessington Springs and get a drink of good water. A large party "tripped the light fan tastic" in the new court house hall last Thursday night. An enjoyable time is reported by those present. A line assortment of trimmed hats' and millinery goods generally at Both Brothers. Call and examine before purchasing. s25 Foil SALE.--1The their plowing completed. Think of it, ye eastern readers, plowing in Dakota up to the 4th day of December, 1885. Goat, dog buffalo coats and fur caps at Both Bros. dl Sheriff Spears has been improving the looks of his house by siding it din ing the past week. He has also erectvd a feed stable 28 48, and there is now plenty of room for the numerous teams that may be seen on our streets on fre quent occasions. Both Bros, carry the dandy lino of ilannels, dress goods, hoods and hos- tery. d4 The official canvass of the state elec tion foots up as follows: For the Con stitution, 25,138 against, 0,527 .tor Prohibition, 15,552 against, 15,218 For Minority Representation, 11.2515: '.igrunst, H5.610. For state senator in this, 11th district, E. V. r. Miles. Hoots and shoes, felt and rubber uoods at Both Bros. The citizens of Wessington Springs :uid vicinity are requested to meet at :he HKUALD office on Saturday evening Dec. 5th, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of taking steps to organize a cemetery Association. H. BLOWKUS, T. LINTS BLANK, J. M. SPEAKS, A. M. MATIUAS. Mathias was called upon Thanks giving dnv to remove a heart from Tell Toil'emirt:. It seems that Tell's eyes were larger than his gullet, so that Alien he undertook to swallow a tui cy's hVart whole it stuck in his throat. Failing to dislodge it by ordinary i,e :n 5he-was hurriedly taken to the Ooetor. who found the heart lodged :ir down that ho could not remove it with his instrume'its, and as it Uliei. he boy's throat entirely full, he was ••.•impelled to give the boy a hypoder nk: emetic. This brought the tur.ie\ 'ieart to the lioor, but it made e!l t.ei t-ible sick-not so sick, howevti, thai: he went home and iinishedhisdii: icr. Tell is now engntfed iiu.s.iu. liis sere arm back to its normal con. i ,11 cmM ',ion. He will doses hereafter. take his hearts in smtiL County Legislation Wessington Springs, Jerauld Co., D.T. November 27,1885. Board of county commissioners met in special session pursuant to call of the county clerk. The reports of school clerks and treasurer's of different school town ships which were found incorrect at former meetings were examined and found correct and approved by the board. Motion made and carried that the chairman be authorized to employ com petent counsel for the county in the case of Territory of Dakota vs. Ben Solomon." Motion made and carried that Albert Gunderson be appointed district attor ney of Jerauld county without salary, but to receive a reasonable fee for each caso tried. The following bills were audited and allowed J. T. Johnston, services for five months and i- salary for three months S18fi.2.r urr serving notices on road viewers 7.80 Isowen 6c Kingsbury records for treasurer and register 77.05 Bill of R. Y. Hazard as road viewer laid ever until next meeting. Motion made and carried that the or der authorizing II. D. Fistier to sell the present county building be rescinded. Motion made and carried that the building be moved to county property near new court house and fitted up for jail and sheriff's office. Motion made and carried that L. G. Wilson be authorized to sell what ce ment remains unused at the court house. Motion made and carried that a war rant of §1000 be issued in favor of Sam Marlanee for completion of county building and repair of old building and stoves for new building. Minutes of meeting read and ap proved. On motion board adjourned until De cember 11,1885. Attest: H. D. L. X. LOOMIS, County Clerk. XEW.S relinquishment of I tree claim in town 108-6(5 with 12 acres breaking on claim can be purchased very cheap if taken at once. Apply tr the Jerauld County Bank. The beautiful warm weather has been improved by the farmers in get Mr. I-Iackett west of Templetoa. has recently secured a good well at a depth of Hi feet which affords abundance of water, which together with his fine house and barn, makes one of the most desirable farms in Media township. The smile which spreads over the countenances of A. T. McGmnis, E. L. DeLine, O. S. McElwain and others .since the advent of their new boys and girls, could only be extended by setting back their ears. Something like a doz en accessions have been in this way. to our community, and yet tlie people com plain of the unproductiveness of Da kota. Sam'l Arnold has erected a beautiful little cottiige ori his farm south of Tein pleton which is to be occupied by Mort Powell and his new wife and by the way, we don't think Mort The Genesis FISIIER, Chairman Notice. Taxes will become delinquent in Jer auld county on February 1st, 1886 \V. J. WILLIAMS, Treasurer. Another lot of furniture just recciv ed at Roth Bros. d4 COMMUNICATED. _Fi:o?.R THE WEST SIDE Weather auspicious. Father Cross very low. Ui'v. Ilardie will preach to the gcocl people of Lynndale Saturday and Sun day, Dec. 5th and (3th. A. T. McGinuis and wife start to Ill inois in a few days to spend the winter with parents and friends. The authorities at Washington in the Mtindie and Harris contest case have decided in favor of Mundie. did hardly the square thing about that little wed ding of his. 11$ ought to have asked in it few of the neighbors as witnesses anyway, but if he will divide up the cake libendly we will say no more about it. Thanksgiving services were well at tended both at Lynndale and at Tem pleton. We should have been "lad to have attended at both places, out after eating dinner at Lynndale it was im possible. AYe would like to make spe cial mention of the good things with which the table:- fairly groaned, espe cially of the cakes but such things have to be tasted of to bo appreciated, »o we will leave tiiat to the imagina tion of the reader. The exercises were opened bv an anthem, entitled (ii\e Thanks unto the Lord," followed by ap propriate scripture reading and prayer. The hour was spent ia giving expres sion to feelings of gratitude for past and present blessings, interspersed with lively songs from Gospel Hymns. Tlie services at Templftoit were con ducted by Me v. I .'notify and wife which :s a suljicient guurnn'oe oi their being interesting end profitable. Vi'Ji' int iroiu very rehaule nut/.on ly that Dr. Miithhss performed a. very d'illicult operation insttrgeij on 1 h.tnks -i\in,r iY: a young ui:ui had t.«» have h'^eueut it was a ne.-irii.oss hill "'to do','-'but tins Dr. did tl .' thing up nicely the doing wdi. WESSINGTON SPRINGS, JERAULD COUNTY, DAKOTA, FRIDAY, DEC. Notice. All physicians practicing their pro fession in Dakota Territory are requir ed by law to procure a license from the the Territorial Board of Health. Ad dress Dr. E. M. Darrow, Fargo, D. T. E. L. Turner, School Board Meeting. Wessington Springs school township, Kovembsr 21, 1885. Board met. All members present. "V oted that an order be issued toj Mr. TA111. Hawthorne, for money paid, for material, for school purposes. Amflunt" §36.50. 1 Voted that orders be issued to ien nie II. Miles and L. II. Blank, for one month's service, as teachers—the ita rner of school No. 1, the latter of sehoM No. 3—amount $25 respectively. Voted that an order of §8.22 be issued to L. H. Tarble for articles provided school house No. 3. Voted that Morse & LaPoint be paid §3.45. Voted that an order of §4.50 be issu ed to C. f.l,- Stephens, for .ervices as di rector. Voted that an order of §2. be issued to T. LimlEr Blank, for recording two deeds. Voted to pay E. V. Miles, E. L. Smith and T. Drake, §2. each, for services as judges of election in June, 1885. On motion adjourned. L. II. TARBLE, Clerk of Fnshion-Plates. In these plates every line is charged with meaning. The carriage bf the head and arms, the way of holding fails or parasols is that of well-bred demoi selles or ladies. The lissome waists the shapely necks and compact hair dressing, belong to the well-born class who follow the fashions abroad, and it is as much a pleasure to study the groups and expressions as any pic torial story by Willerns or Madrayo. Turn the page in tlie same number, and Berlin is apparent in the stifter, more careless figures and outre inventions of dress which seek novelty rather than grace. Tlie drawing is poorer, the faces those of German shop-girls, or low-class women who only dress for occasions, who lay the hand iil view on the bodice or hold it up with first and little fingers out to improve the shape, who wear preposterous petticoats gath ered all round the belt, or Marguerite costumes with girdles that spoil the waist, or broad bands of trimming which cut up the whole figure, or cof sares of the pretty milliner style. En glish-drawn figures are front seven to thirteen feet high in proportion, drawn by pupils of thu schools of design, who make half a guinea fiy copying cos tumes mounted on wire stands, aiding laces and accessories of their own fancy. The faces are foolish, with big, dark eyes, like opera girls and vicious temper under lines of dove-like meek ness, suggesting the younger sistijr or impatient shop-girls who tried on the cloak and dross for models. The draw ing grows worse and worse,'till it is a mere shadeless outline, less offensive than the meanly-sketched figures which tell of ill-placed economy in the fash ion-sheets, which are, as a rule, con ducted on the principle of paying little for illustrations and nothing for con tributions—and show it, too. In this country the fashion journal, which ap pears on tinted and hot-pressed paper, with contents.of every feminine interest from Abraham's wife down, presents its readers with costume figures of im possibly bad drawing, heaas,set at right augles with the neck, wooden shoul ders, patent grin, and amputated hands with three iiugers apiece. How can they be better, drawn as they are by a 14-year old boy from one of the eeutral drawing classes, who is glad to earn 00 cents to $1.25 an hour at such work. The wretched work passed oil' in the most pretentious papers is enough to allliet tlie nerves of Hie eye permanent ly, while the poorest ought to be pro hibited bv law. Dr. Mele'nef cf Crow Lake wits town this week. TVTOTICK FOR PUKLICATION.-Laiul Olllci i1* at Milcliell. I, T. Oct. 2ti.. 1885. Notice is hereby given that the following:nam I'd. settler has tiled 1101 CONTEST NOTICES. N0J,.l,CE OK N in TvTOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—Land Oilict iN at Jtitchcll. D. T.. November 21, 1885. Notice is hereby given that the followingnam ed set tier has tiled notice of.his intention to niaki linal proof in support of his claim.and thatsaii! proof will lie made before the Jiuigoof the Pro bate Court at Plankinton, 1). T., 011 the 2d day of January '.ssii. viz.: WILLIAM P. SCHULZ, d. s. entrvNo2:i(Uo, for the neii sec 4, town inn, raugi: 04,'w. 5th p. 111. He names the following witiiesses to prove his continuous -residence upou,4ind eultivation of, said land, viz: li. Jl. McClelen. Perry Reynolds. M. P. Dunn. August Schueltpelz, of Parsons, Jerauld Co.. D.T. 112VJ 1 GKO. B. EVKKITT, Register. fee of his intention make linal proof in support of his claim, am that said proof will be made before Judg I'robati Coiiri Jerauld coulilv at Wessingtoi1Springs, T..011 December 5, l's«5, viz: MAKTIN J. TllOi:XT()\, unib rhisd senlrv No. tor the seU s-.'-cL:: town tlis range 0". lie names the following wii nesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of. aid laml. viz: Joseph Aek CINOII. Michael Shaffer. Edward Shatter. C. W. Hill, of Stock, Jerauld Co.. I). T. o: iiil-T GKO. li. 011, A. Bvvvnte:-. .1. .N. Smith. J. A. Yyni r. niiiv:. 1: Jcri'.nld coiinte. n. I-'. Goe.i'K, I'ars.-n-., Ar.nr: coueiy. 1.T' GKO. it. EVHUITT, n. v.-' CONTEST.—United States Land Ollice at Mitchell, 1). T.. Oct.. 24, 1885. 1 ('o''!J*lil,th«viim Dy .William i:. Powers, Jerauld eomity, 1). T„ against. 11. Elizabeth Kugler for failure'to com ply with law as to Timber-culture entry No 10, 1, dated September 2.1882, upon the 'ne'i sec tion township 10G, range 64, in .Jerauld Co, 1). J- Supt. B. P. IT, for Jerauld Co: with a view to the cancellation of said entry contestant alleging that claimant has failed to erealc live acres the Hrst year and failed the I lurd year to nlant live acres of trees as rei|uired bv law, and said failure still exists the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this otlicc on the lllli day of December, 188.". at 10 o'clock a. hi., to respond and furnish all the testimony concerning said alleged failure. niiir.'T hereby summoned to.appeai'at tills olliee on the llth day of December. 18&5, at 10 o'clock A.M., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure.- T. K. SINOISER,.HCC. 1101127 NOTICE—.UnitedI^ JOTIOE FOR I'UI'.LICATION.—Land Office Notice is hereby given that the following-nam ..'d settler has tiled notice of his intention ti make linal proof in support of his claim and thai -.lid proof will he maun before Judge Probate "oitrt Jerauld county at WessingtonSpriiigs, I). 1'., on December :j. 10 a. m.. 1885, viz: LARS JAXSSON. anderhis hil entry No. 2:112." for the s'.'. ne'.t & u'j se'.i sec 2 town 107 range 04. He .names tin 'ollowing witnesses to prove his continuous res idence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Magnus AlUlerson, Krick Knuttson. Andrew Ltliid, Nells iGmttsov, of Starkey, Jerauld Co.. IX T. il i'i oVl!vk a. L.\ JSIUTT, Kegisier. VOTK'K FOR 1'I' 1I.'t'AION.--Lan Olllct i.ii al .Mlteiiell. D. '1'.. November 2-d, ls.s5. Notice is hereby given tosit 1»« toihnv.ii nam ed seltier lias Hied notice oi Ids Intention 1 make linal proof in suppo-T ef hi- a-e that said )tM(il' will lie made berove tIn- .1 u!-- or in his absence lie 1 rl vf the !)is!• i-•'V'oi.ri J. raald couniy. at Wessingiou Spline-. I'.. 'I'.. 011 Jannarv 2d. a.m., l.'-rt', •IKSSE C. «11 under his lid. eniry Xo I for the s". 1:. ii.wiiship HW. rang.- tii. He names Hie 1 Jo.'.i'ing ili:e:,scs io iirove iiis conlinuoi:.-r ill'lice ii| 4, 1885. been enteral at this ollice T. J.', SINGISHU, liec. ATOTICK.-U. S. Land Offlcc, Mitchell. D. T., -L October 24,1885. Complaint having been entered at this office by William It. i'owers Jerauld county, against .lames S. Kuglir for failure to comply v.ith law as to Timber-culture entry No. |)S04 dated An 11, 1882, upon the se'.i sceiiO, township 10H. rmige 04 in Jerauld county. 1). T„ with a view to tlie cancellation of said entrv. contestant, :il. ptates Liiud Olliee Mitchell, D. T.. October ^'ISSS. Complaint having been entered at this office by John O. Hennett Davison Co., against Heirs or .loliii England, deceased, for failure to com ply with the law as to limber culture entry No. 12454, dated Sept. nth, 1SS1.111)011 the inv'i sec. a town 108, range o, itl.Ierauld county, I), with a view to the cancellation of said entry con testant alleging that .lolin Kngland, deceased, did not make said T. C. entry lor his own exclu sive use and beneHt. That he did not make the same in good faith and for the purpose of culti vating the same to timber. But. he Shade, said entry for the use and benelit of O. O. Kngland said O. O. Kngland paid all of bis expenses' from 10th day of December. 1883. at lo o'clock a. in. to respond and furnish testimony "concerning said alleged failure. O30II20 GEO. B. EVERITT, Register. TV'OTICE OK CONTE8T.-Ulilted States Land Xi Olliee at Mitchell, D. T., November 23,1885. Complaint having been entered at this ofiice by Daniel Mitchell against William Fee for abanrtoninghis homestead entrv No, sil dated December 27, 1881), upon the sw!i see 10. town ship 108. range (U, in Jerauld county, Dakota Territory, with a view to theeaiicellation of said entry: the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at the office of H. M. liiee, l'robatc .Judge, at Wessington Springs, D. T., on the 4th day of January. 188C. at 10 o'clock a. in., to respond and furnish all the testimony concern ing said alleged abandonment. d4d2} GEO. B. Evjiiurr, Hegister. H.iW. Rico, Probate .Judge of Jerauld Count/. D. X.. is hereby appointed a commissioner to take tlie testimony in the above case. He will at once return ail the papers duly certillcd to thisdllice when and wiieiv they will be exam ined by this ollic and decision rendered thereon Janfy 12,10a. m., 188(I. GRP. B. KVKIUTT, Keg. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. •VTOTICE FOIt PUBLICATION.—Land Offict IN at Mitchell, D. T., Xov. 2,1885. aotice is hereby given that the following na/iied settler has filed notice of his intention to'inake final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk ol district Court, Jerauld County, at Wessington .-.prings, D. T. on December 12.10A. M. 1883, viz- CHAULKS D. BROWN, Jil). entry.No. aot»l for the e!4 ne'i sec 31 .* \v',i iiwli :J2 town I0S range 64. He names the follow" ing witnesses to prove his continuous resideuci upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: Ji. F. Itagle. William liaglc, Richard Vandervene, H. J. Wallace, of Wessington Springs. D. T. »dll GKO. B. EVKRITT,Reg. VTOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.—Land Office IN at Mitchell, D. T., November 20.1885. Notice is hereby given that the followingnam ed settler lias tiled notice of his intention tc make linal proof in support of his claim, ami that said proof will be made before the Probali Judge of Aurora county, at J'lankiiiton, D.T.. on the 2d day of January, l8sti, viv. GEORGE MAXWELL. who made Homestead em ry No..2t817 for tin south west1.! sec.towushiu inn, range ir. lh names the following witnesses to prove his con liiiuous residence upon, and cultivttiou of, said land, viz: Samuel Moore, Julius Swan, Eliial. Moon, Gordon. Henry Gunderson, Wessingtoi. Springs, Jerauld Co.. 1). T. u27jt GKO. B.Evicnri'T, Register. 02:11127 GEO. B. EVEIUTT, Register. VTDTIX'K FOR PU15 LI CATION.—l.and Ollice A.N at Mitcheil. D. T., Nov.C. 1885. Notice is hereby given that the following 11:1111 'd settler lias lilcd notice of his intention tc nake ihial proof in support of his claim, am) liiat said proof will lie made before the Judge Did in his absence before the Clerk District Court Jerauld county, at Wessington Springs, 1). 1'. on December. 10, 1885. viz: JOHN B. SMART. who made d. s. entry No. 2201)1 for the sw?i 11. town ton, range 05. He names the followinv ivitnesses to prove his continuous residence up an. and cultivation of, said land, viz: McKe.udv Martin, Geo. C. Martin, li. S. Vcsscv. A. M. Ma thias. of Wessington Springs. Jerauld Co., 1). T. atadls Gico. B. EVKRITT, Register, And notice is hereby specially given to Jos cph lirowday who inaded. s. entry No. 21!!«, now ill conflict Willi the -above, to appear at' Wes sington Springs 1). T. on the date and hour above named and show cause why said entrv should not hi: cancelled ami the above-named pre-empt or allowed to consiinnite Hie lo the above des cribed land under his No. 22!H)(i. This notice must he-published in the UKRAI.II at Wessington Springs, D, T, GKO. 1?. Everitt, Reg. In Justice Court. Before C. E. llackett. Justice of Die Peace. TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 1 .. CnrNTY or JHK.Vl.-M. 1 \. WiiHvr.'inlni'.' vs. .lolm Thomas. The 'I't-rritory uf stn-ls (-5rct'lin^: Ti .Jolm Thohisis, Defendant. \ui an4 iHM'fby sumniune to appear l)i»t'ort al my ofi'iv. hi Wtjs^in,t'.Vou Sprinus sai«: •nimty, on 11K* -Uh iia\ vi !K ovnibn\ .L.L :n ami .'iillivaiion of. said land.vv Ucg"--ler. A. 1. ?ii.. to ausv, t'r to thu conii'lainl of !ui aliow iiar.u'd 1 iil. iA. Y»'in«'^as'l ior. wlio ctalJMs to ivrtivor 'you sum m' iiu-ly-i wo 'lolhir.^ it:t«l tm ty c»:nts. balaii/o ilu iiiu o-r H« voa al tlilVi rent inujs IVoia April L'sth ^!ay UMli. 1^s'. :II an* ln-i'i'hy roiiiU'IT that, it' juu 1'atl TO tpprav aii«l an.-iwi.- n\ complaint al»ovt' v 'iiii'i'il, saiil riaiiiii will rake .'luiiiiiasit for 1!:« it'ovo a!'iount. I'hirty-two'iiini [*•:•/. H)} .ij a'nl 4i this a lioii. ivfii uii'l.-riay ham! ill's p.'lii *y fl* N'ovrm '^'r. A.l). 1.N». (1. K. MAi'^r.vr. MISIMM* ol thv R-'«' itliln ami /or .lrivj!U! o.uity. Dakota. To .'• Sh-rilV or v.uy ranhl C'on'ity. UPvtoK*. Mal:i lifiviif. ai:d ?•«'!uru. \vyyA iOrrlits !R» i!l ,.tit ymi in I c,-.. money al once, than a i\liinig else jo ii'-'iv-:-. I'.otlis'.i.csof all ages ceu live at iecii. inii -,i-."k In Nji.ar.-!'Hie. or all the time. Ca'.i l.ul not re.|Hire:l. \'-J ill start you. Iimm-it*. pay sure for tlioso 'vlio start av oi"'.'. STIN. '((.. 1'OI-|!-IIH1. Maine. nl: 11120 Wessington Springs, Dak. ijrrnIK A. M. MATHIAS, M. D. (Graduate ot the University of Pennsylvania— Olass of 18G!)), otters liis professional services. A full line of PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Also. Stationery, Toilet Articles Garden Seeds, Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty, &<:. WESSIXGTOM Sl'lUNGS, DAKOTA. WRS. NETTIE d. HALL, M. D„ GENERAL PRACTITIONER, South Bend* l&id„ DRY GOODS! Our stock of Dry Goods is now complete in every detail and we mnieMt a closo examination of quality and prices. ZTEiW Flannels—a good one, Red Twillod, for 2oc. .Jeitns—a good one, for lUc. Canton Flannels, it good one, for 8c. Wessington Springs, Dakota. Residence Sectlr/ii Kiglit, Town 107—fti. C.W.HILL, Attorney dt Latsr, Notary Public, -AXD- REAIj estate agent. Claims bought and sold on commission. U1 kinds of Improvements on farms procured done for claimants also, work secured for trusty persons. Residence nil section 22, Town 10s—85. P. O. uldress, Elmer, Dakota. l-l M. M. MODLIN, Contractor and Builder Estimates and material furnished. Residence E .Sec. 2ii-10(!-B I. I1 O. Address', tahsons. T. 2-41 Studebaker Bros. HABBFAcmma to., Farm & PSantatsors Wagons, Log Wagons, Lumber Carts, Railroad Carts, Mail Wagons, Cotton Drays, Etc. Plaiforigi Spring Wagons, Three-Spring Wagons, Half Platform Wagons, Delivery Wagons, wmsmk :-.!:i e. and a royal, vntii (i! Udods tlia: -U- Will I.'. ii you M-! :ii:ip!e 1 lie way of in O-OOIDS German Kniiting Yarn, 12 new shinies. Fine Saxony Yarn.in 2-1 new shades. Ginghams at 8c. Heavy lJiaid .Shirting at Uh Table Unens, Cotton ad es, Jeans, Dress Goods, Ladies" Cloth, Jei-sey Flannel, in New Shades and at Bottom Prices* Vessey Brothers, Ransom fc Co.* Stores at Wessington Springs and Crow Lake. BUSINESS CARDS. •:*ES»I0N SPRINGS HOTEL,: L. H. TARBLE, Proprietor* FIRST CLASS HOTEL in everv respect. Good accomodations, lti'iisonalile Prices, tiood stalilinj! in connection with the lMi'l. 212 T. LINUS BLANK, CIVIL ENGINEER AND ARCHITECT Gasoline Stoves, Ikrr^M Express Wagons. Fine Carriages, Landaus, Pliaeloiis, Broughams. SMe-Bars, Coupes, Sur reys, and Light Open and Top Buggies. 151UXCII llOCSUS Studebaker Uros. Mfg. Co.. Chicago, 111. Studetiaker Hros. Mig. Co., Walt Lake, Utah. Studebaker ilros. .Mfi Co.. Sail l-'raneiseo, Cai. sepl8 JOHiSOl A Racine, Wisconsin, MANUFACTUBERS OF 'THE R/fclME" FARM AND WAREHOUSE DUSTLESS GRAIM SEPAF1ATOR& AMD rvC: sill Wmm'wm 'dWmi NO. 141. BUSINESS CARDS. C. W. McDONALD, Attorney at Latr and Notary Public/ Wessington Springs, Dukolu. Conveyancing promptly and cafefiilly attend ed to. Will practice in all the Territorial court Collections remitted as soon as limcft. Jerauld Co. Bank OF ALBEB'f. BATEMAN I KCBOHALD- WBSSlKGiON SX'RIXGS, D. T, C. W. MCDONALD CASHIER? -DO A- General Banking Business? Money Loaned on Real Estate IIIK' Chattels. Collections receive special attention: Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange bougtit and sold. I E E S O N E You can save both time anil mor.eV bv luiv n«' your A W A SE Of MORSE & LaPOSfd Instead of going to tlie Kailroad. All kinds Carpenters Tools and Builders Harclwars A Specially. We keen eonstantiv ojt luunl :!i" STEEL WA5L3 than tli** connnoii. and will cost you but. a more. Wo also keep both tocrn?v.4 IVni1. Gasoline, Arr.n u- nition, Etc. We are safe in saying we have a larger slcci I 'I'lian any otlier dealer in .lernnld eovntv M- i-'V alllKime iiia.niil'aenin i! winch is t-er than sale work. If yon want anvtiiing in line il .--d will sell at prices thai will please yoi Tin HocnrS, -XIVG Spout. 1 »r-il r.!1- knids ol job work prompUy :H I I~, ::J !,IV, est rates. All Work dor.e iv gnaranti I class. fvIOKSE O. LaPOf 7*3Y, S20 V,''essiii :lnii Siii-ir.^s, Dak WASHBU??'^ & LOMS, LAHD ffl HEAL STATE, LOAK3 NEGOTIATES, fpedal Attentien (liven to all h. iin: the L'liited States Liuu'u miee. MITCTIEl.L, )AKn7A. •3. M. liEVAKS & IKA!.KI IX Lumber, Lime I Ooal At Woonsoeket yard, next the railroad on soutii side of section line. . I.EVAKK, T. I). KAX-OUSB. V,-. ill. DOIMI K. H. C. 8HOUSE, ML D. Homeoiiatmo Physician and- Snrgecn. ri.ANKIXTOX, DAKOTA. '-ti! Finish LAN 13 ROLLERS. Thc.«e llilla and ^pura.lors lisvo uscul Uc.i Is o£ every di'scrixiticn, Thcydo the v,-ork tnoro ttioruUL-hiv havo greatar capacity than auy ••fK. v.n-: in :irhin They aro strongly built ojj th.j vi ry Lo iiit material, highly iiniyiivd, and era i: six dilVcreut sizes, vivo iov farm a:.d :ou for "WiircJiouse, LUavator and Miller/ use. Tbo Land 1'olleM aro tiio DEST Jnesi a i-l CJIEAPEET ia tllO lUl'.l'c-:* f"i- money. Warranted to givo aatisliti io'.i. Send for illustrated circulars ant: I'.Ico. before buyiij^, AV0 cuu vouch for tiio reliability ct firaa .—Editor* I yt £. fi