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/-jjord Delegate In Congress.
A. Pierce Governor.
McO'irmieK .Secretary.
R»yinona Treasurer.
'cMftwp'1 .••••••£ Auditor.
»*v|rffirfI,S5S!:
rvM^aaa
.'CM'
|l»l'l«r
Jones
rowan....
Lu Trim)-.
In. church.
... Assistant
..... ..^hlerijuatlee.
Associate Justice.
Associate Justice.
Puliuor,... Associate Justice.
H- ?rancfs. As»oclat? Jt|stice.
Slarat tiu'ltcd'ajlttOT Maral'njfl.
(Jcunty Ofloerti
iMinis..- Register ot Deeds.
McDonald Clerk of bUtrtct Court.
|510e of Probate.
lu ftpsars Sheriff.
«r Coroner.
William* .Treasurer.
Jfohniton ..,.
Supti. of Schools.
Icortiin...',,, Surveyor.
18 V«»ey Assessor.
*ini.',j!iiiiert:—Ols A. Knudtson, 1st l)ist.
Kf i30U,2(tl)lS».. J- E. Sullivan, 3rd Dist.
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Linrton Springs Lodfe'No. 81, Meets every
1st nigbt. Brother# of the order frop
lodges are cordially invited to attend.
",1/iomis K. G.
!. stouUeni Sec.
J. W- C, T. U-
Ijewuld County Vf.C.T. U. meets when
It* Executive Committee.
Is.C. Hall. (Wtsslngtoto SpritiKi.1 Pres.
IJ.H. MUe» fit Cor. Sec.
C.M. 8p«ar» Ree- Sec.
B. L. Totllemlro Treas.
LO. 0.
Ord.RELIEF Corps.NQ.1$.
lultr inseVidK very Saturday, on or before
111 monn of «*ach month.
i.B. Oummings Pres.
C. X)'. Spears -Sec.
i.I.iziiftBjnltii .Trcaa.
W.
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TJ.
Aiwr Union of Wessington Springs meets
pd and lib Wed. of each Mo. at the M. K.
jJennie H. Miles Pres.
k. roftlemire Vice Pres.
i. P. Wi Uhryock Kpc- Svc.
.C.M. Spears Cor, Sec.
,R. J. Smart Treats.
J.
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County Farmers Alliance holds
lericfs at the court House in Wessington
Miles..., :..President,
p. MviUall Secretary,
J. C. A. A I- S-
1
principal place of business of the Jerauld
ly Agricultural & Industrial Society, is
Button Springs.
Ctimra(ngs President,
J. WajlwAe sfecrctary.
|J. Williams. Treasurer.
M. Church.
(rtcoi are held -each Sabbath as follows:
JchiES at 10:30 o'clock a. in.-and at ":oo
|y. n. m. Sundav School at 12 o'clock m.
Wm. Pftgenhart Pastor.
EDltQRIAL-
fcrcat, Dakota wr.B destroyed by
Ion the 14th inet.
lij now proposed to light the statue
liberty free of expense to the Gov
ment.
Jcicago strikers attepipted to poison
Ifamily of M'. Armour a prominent
uer in Chicago.
loader if Rackett don.t wish he was
bakota instead of being cpvered up
|h snow in Iowa.
Mitchell people arn aspiring for
|removal of tho United States court
Yankton to Mitchell.
writer in the Mitchell daiiy Be
pican is advocating Senator Sher
of Ohio, fqr the next Republican
iiinee for president with some New
man fpr vice-president.
Ibe Yerinoftt Legislature has struck
Iblow atoleoroarg'arine av ag pass
bill last week providing that all
••durante, and hotel using the product
|li put up large signs to notify the
T*ic of the fact.
Fe are glad to notice that the prass
•outh Dakota
1B
favoring the post-
pment of the date when penalty and
treat shall bo added to the tctxes.
Jhe coming legislature will remove
•date for delinquency up to about
Is 1st it will be doing a grand thing
[farmers of Dakota,
|he recent snow atorivs va9 very se
1® in Minnesota, Iowa. Wi3consiD,
7 the Eastern part «f the Territory.
I the railroads are more or less
Kaded. There were no trains in
fioux City for two ilayB and but one
I® reached Omaha through Iowa's
fwi and that over the Bock island.
essington Springs D. T. Nov. 188(5
Kditor.-A disappointed candidate
10
in the recent "Jot-key race" was
used as "trading stock" by more
l9rt
"trackmen" was recently over-
lrd
while in a lit of abstraction to re
over and over again the following
('Waive sentiment.
J"-'a God his sis. day's work bail dons
^cturnheronecondition,
""-d nttie batter left
J'!i
inadeapolitician.
over since as election day
•if?"*5
near,nBourowulevel,
llljugh
Many of the news papers oi' Dakota
are in the kabit of waging a furious
nmi slinging" warfare during the
political caiiipaig-n and at its closo
threw up their hands and s$y ".t is
noiiffh, l»'t us play quit?, a be fheuut.'.
hose papers which do not see fit to fall
into l:na and go through the same
puerile nonsense, are hooted at, call
ed "chronic kickers", "politicalcranks",
and are anathematized because, they do
not fall in with the soealle.l will of tn
people. V,"e don't grow so'partisan that
wiU
vviii
o. C. Otdi Pnf^Noi », meets at Wes-
J'sprinK* Wurday on or before
C| rHiion of eaob mquUi.
H»y...... ttoiwmander,
Chaise Sen. Vice Com.,
"'Stephen*
M'iereo
.... Adjutant•,
Quarter Master.
KONTISR 11U A- & A. M.
commuhications, Friday evenings on
Trf tii full moon, \j»itiug brethren
tr&
|. invited to b«j5re»«ut.
J' C. W. MCDONALD, W.\ M.\
Iff iluah*. Secretary.'
say things during the campaign
that we will wish to retracu iunnediat ely
afterwards. our zeal for a candidate
not lead us to set up false claims
that must be abandoned after election
nor to call his
opponent hard names i'or
which we ovist afterwards apologize.
Principles are just as sacred after
election as before, and we do not be
lieve in chaaymgour views simply to
curry favor with tho victorious party
who perhaps hold their office through
the nse of spurious and fraudulent
tickets. Would any paper be looked
upon with any degree of respect that
would change froiii one part to an
other to be with the one in pov ey? The
case is anaiagous where a newspaper
supports its candidates through a
campaign and then wheels about
after election end upholds tho success
ful candidates of the opposition. The
causes that led us to support an inde
pendent ticket in the late campaign,
still exist and the principles underlying
those causes are pot changed one whit
and why should we say thetwewero
wrong if we do hot believe we were.
This explanation seems almost unneces
sary as it is ordinarily supposed lobe a
man's own business how ho conducts
his newspaper, yet there are certain
Journals in this community that are
frenzied with rage because the
Besald
will not acknowledge them
as leaders and accept the result of the
election as the voice of the people and
hence a. list vord ict.
TIMBER IN DAKOTA
fW. E. Brokemru: in Dakota Farmer.]
There is no discussion as to the need
of planting timber in Dakota. We all
feel the need of it, and each one that
has a few trees growing on his home
stead feels proud of the growth they
are making in our new ground. The
problem is solved. We will do it, is
tho resolution of many with whom we
meet.
My past experience with some of the
best natives has not met my expecta
tions, and yet, as the soil gets in better
condition to give nourishment to the
roots, while our dry atmosphere is sap
ping the vitality from the top, all may
be well for the hardiest.
The black walnut, one of the most
valuable hard wood trees where it wil)
stand the clunate, should have another
trial by planting it among other trees
that will give it protection for a few
years. I see the tma that survived
the first year in J. K. Miller's grove,
one mile west of Huron, are looking
healthy and making a good growth.
And 1 think by planting the walnut in
the box elder row where the trees are
two or three feet high, and where the
ground is in good cultivation, that wt
may have fine walnut groves in future.
If there are walnuts to be had this fall
I thiuk I will try it once more.
It is now time that we should begin
to plant tho valuable conifers, and it
we can have the best natives grow in
our soil, what is to hinder us from hav
ing saw-mills i*. IJeadle county, Dakota
in the future? Nothing, nothing but
own neglect.
The past history of tree planting in
the older parts of the United States has
established the fact that perseverence
in the start is all that is wanted, and
there never can be a better time for us
to start herein Dakota than the present
Every permanent settler that has
the means to get a few trees and try
his hand each year will soon tind t.'.at
no investment has paid him better than
tree culture on the farm. V/e must
get up more "enthuse" on this forestry
culture, and the sooner we commence
the better for every settler in Dakota.
At the rate that tree planting is pro
gressing at the present time, the pres
ent inhabitants will never get proper
ly awake on this interesting subject
and their children will follow their
indolent footsteps.
Scientists have long since told us tke
advantage of forests toagriciuture. oui
own experience is worth more than vol
umns of history oi: what lias been done
in Europe and other far oft lands. A i.
we
faced sons are thick as fleas
'nrkv IK tilf tvvii.
A.li. ibtner.
want now is to go to work v,i'b
what material we have at hand and c'.u
the best we can. and if some ouo should
don't t'P discouraged, but
what vour neighbors
itllo-
excel you,
try again. Xotice
are doing, and if they aro not
gether posted as to the best way t
plant and cultivate, then set them an
example, and be sure that you act as
a ommittce oi' one in .your scnuei dis
trict to let the neigoors know when
"Ok
the
I'jtoi'Ln,
Fu/ost tup
ai'ncr day comes, that they may all
join you in planting on that day if no
other. And am sure that you will
socnilnd a rich reward for ail yourlabor
Let this be a leading topic in your con
versation with your neighbors—a
leader in tree planting.
TKE FAPwWERSMW,UITJ'AT. PRO
TECTIVE ASSOCIATION PA"""S
ITS LOSSES J.NFCTJLL.
Kes,d What Qui- Fanners Say Of it'!'
Woonsocket D. T.,K'ov. isih 1S8(S.
We, the undersigned farmers of Jer
auld and Sanborn counties, hereby, :«c
knowlctigc the receipt of the following
amounts sot opposite our navies, paiu
to us by the"Farmevs' utual i:rol.ectivl
Association through the Secretary, the
same baing iu lull payment for iosssei
sustained by us by hail during the year
ot 188(5, the payment being made by,
drafts urxm the Association which Were
immediately cashed by tho American
Hani: & Trust Co., of this city, at par.
The r. M. P. A. by its careful, prompt
and conservative management has we
believe,proven itself the best'rie,id of
tr-e farmers, and the peer of any insur
ance company doing business in Dakota
V/e, can cheriuily and'heartily recom
mend it to our neighbors hs ii reliable
company.
Sinned bv:
N N I W j?3'l 18
0 Clark 23 20
11 At wood ("C C5
W il Carroll 80 0
Catlow :i(5 88
I W lilac!: 35 25
Black
W Pierce 42 00
Joseph Doctor 3(5 00
George Adkisfoi 40 00
It Flagg 20 43
James .Morail 12 80
Oie 0 Lciidebak 62 20
1) liurnison 126 GO
Adam G-rove 55 60
James il Doyd 30 00
Christ Hummel. 2C4300
Chas ilohr 72 00
Lewis Larson 19 50
.1 acob Mees 22 00
MM Flint 7 50
Charles E La
Our Clubbing List.
Any one who wili pay one year's
subscription in advance (paying up
the back subscription, if any, begin
ning with February 1st, 1S8C) will ri
ceive thelhcuALU and any paper in the
following list at greatly rcduced prices.
VVeghe thenanid of the publication,
its cost and, at the end of the line, its
cost together with the
year.
People,.Fob
Hue •17 72
Phillips 30 40
13 13 Bead ell 58 40
John Klein 82 00
\V Islundie 51 20
Chas Beach 36 00
Henry Goll 50 00
Michael lleimbucher 17 70
W Hay 14 40
Fred Kater 3-1 40
E Franklin 178 00
Archie 11 Elliott 2'J 40
A II Elliott 112 00
Pbilipp For-'t 00
Simon .Xoltensnieier 52 00
James 0 Giay 17 CO
David Davison 55 00
Andra Burg- 30 00
John Lieber 237 30
Wesley Browncll GO 00
bhanley 53 24
John Kegel 40 00
0 est 57 Si!
Thos Oi't'ermarm 37 28
W i:onines £K5 30
Geo Michael' 3D 23
And re 1
essd0erfer 1085
Hkj:a1.ifur
Western J'lira! 1.
Handy Dictionary 1.00
Jliii'iil Aiciiiltcliiic .-10
I'll i!L\e Kaiiic
i'iL'Tk in.'.1 il liio
Ilsikotn Pc.rnn-
tub
WESSINGTON SPRINGS, JERAULD COUNTY, DAKOTA, FRIDAY NOV. O6(
one
With
lViuo
l.»
S1.00 I,
^'varV.'Uts ot garil'iii seed.$1.01) f2,w
North Dukotii Fiirmtr 1.C0
Northwestern Farmer & Ureodor .t-'.SO
Ain.-rican l''armer ^'l.oo
r.jrr.^* Ocean (Weekly) S-l.oO
Semi S-.iM
(.Daily) Ss.iH
Tin- Tolclo iUailo l.U)
Kcienlilic Aiuarican -Sa.lio
.. -uii'lemau
•J.JS
b'J.ao
&.co
$1.5
•va.iro
SiGO
54.iO
Doll* -^.00
Indictments were found against
ten men who were present at the scene
of the HaddocK murder. John Arns
dorf, 11. L. Leavitt, Henry LVters,
svlvester (Iranda (Ganders), Albert
iiosehnitski Bismarck), Fred Mini
eh rath Jr., G. Louis J'iath, Ceorge learies™
freiber, Panl Lead er, and Henry Sher
man.
People,
WOMAN'S REALM.
.ByrJfjfg. l. H.
Blaxk, Associate
Eovroit.
Abating Nuisances.
With each succeeding day the fact be
comesinore evident that the 'saloons
are to pe closed, if such a thing is pos
sible. 'When the court gran-ted theper
aianeut injunction decrees containing
the abatement clause, it went a long
Way toward solving lb« question' of
how the saloons were to ha dosed.
ri:-i decree has beeji entered on the re
cord in the cases named bolo wand the
clerl: is ordered to issue the execution
anu order this morning,' directing the
fherift to seize and destroy ull liquors
found in. tho piaces mentioned, and to
take all furniture, fixtures and irnple
Iments^.-. trade and dispose of them
t\f,:Xf^i'ng to law. the proceeds thereof
going to defray tho expenses of the
seizure, and the balance, if any, to bo
applied toward paying tlie costs in the
injunction suits. The sherift has a
reputation for se-ving promptly ail
papers put in his hands, and wili carry
out the order of the court in these cases
with as little delay as possible. Other
orders of iikenatum will follow in time.
The parties against Whom such orders
are to issue aro as f^llowfe
Wm. Dermingoam.M. ,r. Dillon. Mrs.
A. Hanson,Prank jklopsh, .loan Kelly,
JosephKauifiuan. Franz Katzenbarger,
K. A. Lapare, Micljaei O'Donland G.
Louis i'lath, W.'Lj Hummel, (Jeorge
Treiber, John Sc.hwjartz,' Tiltoa Bro's,
J.
Lark in, Daniel OjConnell, Fred Par
ent, Kicharc! Imsel Wiiham Senitz,
if. Sherinan & Co, 1! Doai Fred Gienke
The order also directs that the build
ings or room in which the business is
carried on shall be seen
rely closed and
kept closed for a il'ear, unless sooner
released by givingjof a. bond condition
ed that the place sijall net be occupied
as a saloon. Where the parties have
in good faith gonq out of business and
removed th.eir fixtures, the nrder to close
the building will hot be enforced, and
it is a fact that (several of the above
named parties have closed up, and
several of the in have left for parts un
known.---Sioux City Journal.
Eurdette in Brooklyn Eagle: Why
am
I
a woman suffragist? Because I
am. Ueeausea woman ha.-j more good,
hard sense than a man. Because she
makes' bluster about her rights, and
quietly maintains them better than a
man. Beeause she won't give Sl.cO
for an article that she knows very well
•she eat get for cents. Because she
noes nut stalk «wny from the counter
without her change if the robber behind
it is a little reluctant about counting
it out. llscause she is too independent
to pay the landlord 62. for her dinner
and then pay tho head waiter ?,i»l. to
bring r. to her for JO cents. Because
she will hold her money tightly in her
own good little right hand for two
hours until she tirst gets a receipt for it
from tiie fellow who made her husband
pay tho same bill fivo limes last year.
Xot any "just give, you credit for it" for
her, Uecaiisc one day a puliman porter
complained to me, "Xo money on this
trip: toa many womeu aboard. Don't
get no.iiing' out of a woman ceptin»
just her regular fare." I had just paid
23 cents for blacking one of niy boots
and losing the other. And when he
said that, when 1 saw for myself the
hcroic liriunessof these women, travel
ing alone-:, paving their fare and refus
ing to pay the salaries of tho employe
of 4 wealthy corporation, I said "These
woiiicii iiave.a right to vote. To vote
By all that is bravo and self-reliant
a.Ud sensible, they have a right to run
th/j government."
Injunctions are being issued to
close saloons in Sioux City. According
to law. the saloon fixtures can be sold,
and the building nm*t remain closed
for one year. Thft place known as the
"English Kitchen'' is so closed and
owners of buildings are becoming in
terested as to whether liquor is being
sold in their buildings.
A Phenomenon in Journalism.
In the fall of 1831 there was a fanner's
,por established at Minneapolis, con
tabling 18 pages, E-l columns, acid pub
lished two times month.ly at a sub
scription, price of only 30 cents a year.
So ridiculously eh cap did this pric
pear that its early death was treqnen
illy and opmly predicted. However.
'tv .-c rrif-m-i'ii j.v,.,„.i lovaltv to their cause and its value as
llorticu'iure Society liolus a meeting i-.ii educator, and induceu such libera.
Falls December Ilvh,. All support that the most successful and
itt MOUX .
persons interestwi in horticulture
I'ree-piantingarecortliallj ie u-e.i'
present and tbo^e wao
re a
1
."Xlierieuee and observdtioa ou tree| r» v.•
Attacks upon the many or
wrongs which oppressed the
farmers of the, Northwest, and its gen
eral excellence, convinced them of its
pi'per
tree
i!
-.hi.'u:em-:
planting etc also questions i'or thu mem
bers oi' til. (ts^oci.i'jioa ti) an v, t-i.
T. neliel), President oi
rt'fiUC::
tiie association.
0. E. IlACJCETT,
Justice of the I'eace.
School
HKIIH
II
i--i t'tis country ig
ami T-i»ru« .By s
i, pehiif
T-'i'm, htoi-1
can iurln.-.h it in connection
with the lii-.'KAUi for one year, to all
who pay advance, for $2.00. F.very
li.l'iiiershould have it.
EEKE
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With to say to those in want of a STOVE Tliat wo have as vompln'.e a atoMk as
thoro is in the county cpnsisfinsof HARP BASE
Burners, toff £9^1 Surface Burners
Coai or foci Cock and Sheet "Iron Hay Stores VM we would Do pies
have you cu
11
& examine before ppj-oh »«1n elsewhere.
STOVES wb wiU close out at $Mt Wdv*iso kaep inatoeh nearly evsrythic
usually kep in a firatojUni» hardWKPs
stors- Call and see n*. Wessington Sprluga
YOU |ON'T KNOtyi
WKLL I RKCKOX!
IT'S FOB UKIiALOl
pM A. YKAR!
3CBSCBIBEI
AND UK HAFPYl
DON'T DKLAY ANY
LONOEK, COME ON I
MflOKETT St GUNDgRSON
REAi, ESfATE LOAN BROKERS,
Rfllinquishments au4 lc. (led I^iods for sale, final Proofs and Ooutests a Spetialt?'
xaii^K rx:OKUB.\TOu oo BMiaATro's aosStkii.
Wessington Sprihgs, Jerauld Co. DskotA
mU*m
CITY PHARMACY!
CONSISTING OP-
Drugs and Mediciri
Pain$?, Oils* Vainishes,
3,000 Rolls of Wall Papa
WINDOW GLASS, STAMPS.
Books,
Blaiil? Books.,
Physicians' Prescriptions Garefnl-
13/ Lowest Prip^0 Qua ranted Oonaistant
Purity.™®?
My experience of ten years in the East will. I trust, help to estab!:
faience in me as a CAliEFUL jj^dGIST, and by striet attention
ness and the wants of the people, I hope to merit a liberal share ti,'
patronage. Very Truly Yours,
_A.ld.eix
?flo. 37 Dumont Ave.,
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Ttio attention of farmers iacalled especially to the fact that th-'
t-ions are good, and that the rates are as low as the loweat.
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