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VOL- VI. NO- 42
-I'SKHITOrtlAI. OFFICERS.
O S. (WTnul
I.. K. rlmreli .....
jl Mi:('ori.iack
'p l/nvli-r
A.
Ward
M. Taylor
hl.A.l'y
UriU-tt I rini)
\V K. I'liirf-ll..
I) \V. MaraUa.
...Delegate in Congress
Oovrnxir.
Secretary
Treasurer.
Auditor.
Surveyor (ieneral.
...Supt, i'ublic InstTuctiim.
Cliiel'.Justice.
U. S. District Attorney.
United States Marslnll
COUZtTY OFFICERS.
1
i/miiils Register of Deeds.
t\- Clerk of District Court.
i' 'ti-ickeii. Judge oli I'roliate.
SlieritV.
K.
1 ^,. M.S|fe:irs ..
Turner
j" ..
[V. "liintxrd
I K. Hiinnp
(j.ray •••,•
iviiiimi•si,morg!—Olt)
Coroner.
Treasurer.
Supt. of Schools.
Surveyor.
Assessor.
Comity Attorney
Kinidtson. 1st Disl.
,ih (Irani 2dDist.. Jctferson Sickler 3rd Mist.
G, A. R,
o. C, Ord, I'ost, No. 29, meets at "Wes
I,...' ,n'springs every Saturday oil or before
',, moon of cuclv month.
I \, I', rieiec Commander,
iiulion ....' Sen. Vice (loin.,
II i'i meis Adjutant,
IjV ,,^iirett..5* ...Quarter Master.
A. F.&A.M.
FXONriEK LODGE, No. 87.
n1 iWil Coiuui-.iiiiealionfl. i'riday evenings on
IrlM-for- tlis f'-'il uioon. Visiting brethren fra
|.,yUv invited to ho present.
lAMKS l'lttUiUUON, W.\ M.\
I
PF
KT
GIJJTBEKSOX, Secretary.
•L O• O. F.
ttVfwingi'-m ftprlrtRR Lodge No. 81, Mocts every
»Jav nitflit- llrothers of tiie order from
Itii. liAl^es iu-o cordially luvlled to attend.
I K. 1,. Siuitli N. (!.
Ail.im West hec.
I. O. Q. T.
HxriDOCIv Lodge No. 100 moots every
.•iMr'sdav evening, at its rooms in tlje court
I'm-se', with the follow-in ,' ollicers:
l' \i\int, Chief Templar.
i'i.,v Tiittieinire, Vice, Templar.
\Viii Mi'Donnld, Secretary,
I.. Stillness, Treasurer.
J. A. &• I- S
l"w iirmciiial place of business of the .lerauld
lniiity Anrii-iilliir.il Industrial Society, is
si'ir. tnil Springs.
w. Hill President,
1 .l]\V. Thomas Secretary,
Iii. (J. Ouimnii'H14 Treasurer.
j. c. r. a.
•Tbe Jih-.iiiM County Tanners Alliance liolds
siiioctin^ at the. court Ilouso in Wessiugton
l'\Vi"fev i'.rowin'll President
I' Miles Vice-President.
11)'.I.'Marshall Secretary and Editor,
It'. V. .Martin County Lcctnrer.
3 W- T. U.
I'i'hH
.Iwauld Count
\V.
C. T. mo'ts when
lilWI '6' Uxeciitive Coinmittee.
Mrs.Icnnii! Miles \V«ssini ton Springs, Pres.
I Mrs. I. H. Watcrbiiry Cor. Sec.
|Wr. Ai:ti- liiiiford. Lvnndale. Ret. Sec.
1 Mrs. N. Hall, Wess. Springs, Treas.
W. C. T. U.
Ipimi'vr I'nion of Wossincton SpriiiRs -.nci-ts
lc lmm! .iinUth NS'ed. of each Mo. at tbcJI. 1-J.
Jl n!
ii]:.
J.Mrs. I, |l. tllank a Pres.
|Mrs. Mary I'.atenian Vice l'res.
Jlrs. liuliy.l. Smart P.ec. Sec.
iMrs. C. M. Spears (.'or. Sec.
Treas.
w. C, s.
P'lio Wessimton Springs White Cross Society
fccis 111• tlrst Tuesilav in sjiclt inontii, \yitii
lulliiivin^ ciu'ps of otiiccrs:
Ii I.iiui-. lllaiik. President,
n'rii..!. Ii. ri'cland. Vice President.
Ilii'.-iin ciiiliv. Secretary.
IV,f. 'llmiapson, Treasurer.
M. E Church.
•-nii-i's are held each Sabbath as follows:
IMIIMV S. ||,„ii .-it in n'elock a., ill. 1'roacliini
Ii u'|.|,.i'!
:l_ uljci.-.us
Mi-othi^ loilow-
iv.iyn- .Mcetinj everj Thtirsiiay evening
|'v. Cli.n-les Vessey Pastor.
F. M. Chui*oh.
fjcrvii'ifs at. the Seminary. Preacliinj: every
|li!':itii ai 1'. J,l. Pra .vr meeting every
•'lii'.Nluy evening at o'clock. All aro invi
(i. C. Coi' l'l'.l:.
S- c. E.
1 in S
•ristiiin Kndeavor will inert each Tuesday
T^iiis at the .M. K. Church. Ot'llcers.
^"Kustino LaPoint, President.
ara ^laart. Vice President.
l-u,u Saiart Secretary,
r-- L. suir ess, Treasurer
MAIL AND STAGE LIKES.
rcssingtoii Springs, and Woonsockot
li'avi-s Wi'ssiu^ton Springs Daily, at 7:00 AM
fl'i'-i's at \\'oo|isocki:t 10:3(1 A Jl
imiisiMiket, i:00 1'M
fil"v- iat \Vt,'S::in 4ton SpriilRs," S: 51
I essingtou Springs and "White Lake,
"a.i.-» W'essiligtonspr's,M. W.F.at 8:00 A jM
1
fives at Crovy i.ako ,, ,, ,, ..11:30 AM
p.rriv
I'-'ivi-s I'raw Lai
s.\'1 w,'*»i!t"'m
I"
1
1:00 J*M
... -J:00 I'M
fri'ivi-sat WesslUKt0USi*s,|
i-'ii'-i-ls at Crow Lake with
laiiKiiitoa Q.ixd Wessington Springs.
Le i\.-s Piankim.in Ten's. ,v l-'ri's. at 8:t«) AM
f'..
White Lake stagu.
hp's. T. F. 4:00 Jl
,'r"l~tl111
Sp's. Wed. l''ri. 8:00 A -M
at l'laiiitint'ju
1
A?
1
,, ,, 4:00 P/J
I ^3«iagtou S-Nrinijo and Killer,
Wesslnntou Sp's. Moil. 1'T'i. at 7:00 AM
L-Vv \V-,*llUur ..
r, 0!)
l'AI
'\V'f Tue. Sat. 7:00 AM
W S S 5 0 0
p'-o. N. Pitu-K, Proprietor.
laterbury and Wessiugton Springs,
t'ii^Mi'w1'1'"''5' Daily at 7:00 Ail
L-ii',' '•ssi-.intnn Springs ,, 12:(K)
Sprlnw' .. 1 00 i'M
iH»at Waterbury 0:00 I'M
•'usu.'s. Proprietor.
1'. P.. HAuitETT. r. M.
Railroad Time Tables-
C-M. St, P.
i"'ia—Passenger South fit M-lam.
Passenger Xortli at -1:50 in.
FrciKlu North at 10:20 a m.
b, I'reJciit South at:i:ns m.
p,"»("M-ket—l'Hssenjri.i. North at •l:.'if m.
Passenger Soutli at !::5am,
I'assen.uer Kast at 0 am.
I'J'ci(:ht
North at fl:35 am.
I
r'i%rIH
South at I:.'i5pm.
1
''"i.-hf ICiisf at a ill.
Mm::
ireiyhtari-iyesa
12 10
The Gradu.ite
I'm .cittin' awful freiteil
At that eolleire bovdf mine.
lie's up in Creek and Latin,
lint lie doosM'l, know a line
Of common sense and gumption—
JLe can lloat anion.! the stars.
Ji'.it on earth he ain't Kot sense enough
To fasten up the bars.
To pivn the size of sun or moon,
Hi- does It awful euielc.
15 it he couldn't tell, ter savy hissotil.
Tin- si^e of this 'ere brick.
lie tells about nwilot-y,
About volcanic craters.
But's blank hen'ere 1 ask him
Why the molei eat tip my tatcrs.
lie gives a full account of brutes,
Can toll of fossil bones.
How cum '«in yards bejow the ground.
Locked uu in rocks and stones
P.tit tin* boy frets awful fretted.
Cits distrusted, mad and cross,
When ask for information.
How cum wen-iraUs on my boss.
Jle knows all liistry, my boy does,
Can tell of Alexander,
He knows that Col. Caesar
Was of old the boss commander
I5ut he's blunted like ameat ax.
Ho astonished is ho taken.
When I ax him what they're, payin'
in the city now for bacon.
Jle can rattle the Latin nouns,
Can eonirrepato the wrbs.
Can stnn^ a regular arriiy cut
Cf ili'.'tionai words
Lut I'll swan couldn't'lie!]i ii,
1 jisi had to roar and laugh.
When 1 seed him take Iuk ears of corn
To feed a .suckin calf.
—Tit !'!,nv.'M.\r
Hero We Corne-
Capt. VanEtten, the bnllianttempor
once orator, is now a member of the
Dakota legislative assembly, and to
avoid being- accused of riding on a rail
road pass he rode in an open Utiggy
from his home to Bismarck, a distance
of ovtv 200 miles not much like a cer
tain member from this district, who
by the way is a great frend('?)to the
farmers, that not only rode during the
last year on a 2000 mile ticket purchas
ed for him by John J) Lawler, of the
.Milwaukee road, but on the eve of his
departure for the capital telegraped
that he would duly appreciate free
transportation. Yet the gallant Capt.
is made tli3 subject of the followin
unseemly caricature by the Bismarck
Tribune:
"I'm a snorter from tlu prairies where the
ild winds sweepiind wail,
1 in a terror to the champions of ruin:
I have ripped from old lviiia Alcohol his tlimsy
scarlet veil,
Anil have paKilyzeu tho terror-stricken bum.
From !lie laud of South Dakota where the tum
ble weed doth play.
And the coyote sin^s his lullaby at evo,
I have come to leap undaunted where tho liquor
lions lay
And the heavens of high rhetoric to cleave.
Then back yo timid mortals, give me space to
make the plunge,
Let tho cyclone of reform begin to rock:
For the earth wiil shake am) tremble when I
majce the final lunge.
And rum wiil prostrate fall beneath tiieshock.
I'm a tiger in the jungle, I'm a terror to the
snakes.
I'm a scorcher. I'm a lah-iah in debate.
When I love, my fevered fervor is so hot that
cupid quakes,
l',ut ye gods protect the mortal that I iiatp.
Whoop! VAX Krrio
Chamberlain Coal-
llegister: Last week tho Register
said nothing about the coal fields on
American Creek, not wishing to get
up a great furor about something that
might prove only a "slash in the pan."
That coal of first-class quality has been
found on the reservation on C.ipt. Lu
cas' farm is a fact, but whether it i.s
there in any quantities can only be
conjectured at present. Boring are
being made with some encouragement
as a result.
The present Dakota Legislature ap
pears to be pretty thoroughly organiz
ed bv the farmer members in both the
house and the council. .Mr. Kieth, of
Minnehaha, county, although a lawyer
by profession, was acceptable to the
farmers of that district as their candi
date and in the organization of the
House committees litis shown himself
true to his trust. What the outcome
will be remains to be seen. The fact
that the miserable taffy thrown to the
farmers in the shape of Aikin's prefer
ence bill, failed to' secure any special
results to the Aikin followers, would
indieate that the agricultural members
are not as "gullaljle" as the schemers
had supposed.
COMMUMCATIOKS-
A LETTER
The following is an extract from a
letter written by an old soldier, of Jer
auld county to his brother:
"Well, Trout, diuu't it kind o' please
you to see Harrison, Morton and pro
tection elected 1 rather disliked to
see Cleveland, free trade and those reb
el brigadiers at the head of this nation.
It seemed rather queer to see them
ministering to the wants and necessi
ties of old vetreans, especially when
they spoke of them as mendicants anil,
paupers. It most makes the blood ol
an old soldier boil to hear such talk, af
ter it christian nation had extended
them them the right of lrancui^e
which they had forf'-ited. Had Cleve
land's friends been successiul t.u.
war, he never would have, been pru
dent of the United .States. Had lit.
idea of state rights been enforced. aJu
each state had its own liag, state wot Mi
les would have arisen and le'.t' 'M
rels between states, resulting «a
each s.tate standing lv its own in,-, an
til, like the Kilkinny eats, win
sWiiMo-.vei! all but
ve !. wi U.-lil. if- th^s
the Great Supreme Architect ot tut
Universe, these old mendicants an.!
paupers were men of one idea, one
country, one Hag under whose folds all
the states, all nations, all tongues are
invited to come and worship God
agreeable to the dictates of their own
consciences. Had it not been fot
these mendicants where would hava
been the great surpluss that is no\V
worrying the democracy as to how to
dispose of it. Wits there any surplfl#
there when old .Buchanan and his fol
lowers left tho ship and the republi
cans manned it lio sir, even tho bal
last was gone and the old ship of stato
lay almost helpless. Father Abraham,
seeing its need called for help. These
old paupers rallied, manned the great
ship, filled her with ballast,-ran up the
one grand old emblem, marched to tho
step ot protection and to-day it iloafcn
over the proudest, grandest", best na
tion on earth."
The farmers in jthe lower firaHCli
the Dakota .legislature have rejected)
the "taffy" oft'erred them, by defeating
the rule giving farmers -alliance bills
the preference.
TliACHERS INSTITUTE
To be held at Yv'aterburv, Jan. 19th,
ISS'J.
Progrm: 10 a. m. Music.
10:10 Intellectual'Arithmetic, II
Shimp and I. S. Iiinford.
10:50 Mathematical Geography, S E
Austin.
11:10 Ilecitation, G.B.Lehman.
Noon.
1 Music.
1:10 Test spelling of 2"» words from
U. S. Constitution, Co.Supt,
1 20 Dictionary Work, J. I\ Wicks.
2:00: Business, letter note, bill
each teacher to furnish one of each
fcr examination by critic.
2:30: Program for last day of school,
each, tencher to give model of his most
successful elasing day.
15:00: Heading circle work, Fred U.
Luke.
Least Common Multiple, its nature
and use.—T. L. White.
What are the essentials of Geogra
phy.—Miss Ella Hewitt.
"First weeks impressions of school
teaching.—Chas. Ford.
The use of music in the common
school.—Miss Ida Nesmith.
^Natural qualifications of the school
teacher.—E Xordyke.
Essentials to good reading—GeoO
Williams.
Select Eeading.
JIow much technical Grammar
should be taught in tho common
school V—JF Wicks.
Steam Heating of Passenger Cars-
To the Chicago, Iwaukee and St
Paul tail way belongs tir- credit for
ilr -'!. heaving brought the matter of
steam heating of cars iaU general no
tice to that company beings the cred
it of being the first Western road which
has brought its expsriment to a suc
cessful issue, and to that company the
traveling public will be indebted for
its taking the initiative in equipping
its principal through trains with this
comfort-producing and life-saving ap
paratus.
In order to explain the manner in
vhich the cars are heated the following
is furnished by Mr. George Gibbs, Me
chanical engineer of the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railway.
The steam is taken direct from the
locomotive boiler through pressure reg
ulating and safety valves, which allow
low pressure steam only to pass back
to the cars, through the main train sup
ply pipe and thence to the heating pipe
in each car.
The direct supply pipe is carried
through the top of the ears, and flexi
ble connections made over the center
of the platforms by means of automat
ic couplings and hose. By this con
struction. complete immunity from
danger of scalding in case of accident
is secured the reducing and safety
valves making over pressure impossi
ble and the automatic coupling on top
of cars allowing harmless escape of the
steam, and instantly breaking connec
tion to locomotive.
The direct train pipe is tapped ir.
each car by a branch pipe, which com
municates with radiator piping along
the sides for heating surface. In addi
tion to this,provision is madei'oT prop
erly ventilating cars by an. arr&ngiuetit
in each of "indirect heating" radiators
I'vcrv similar to sticks in the cellars of
houses -heated by st'tam, so that the
motion of the train forces in large vol
umes of heated fresh air.
This feature in connection with a de
vice used for automatically regulating
the temperature to a fixed point, snv 7(:
ib frees. assures the highest attainable
.ir oi! fontiii a fhi'n.Wabii: wb
ter-climate.
immrnim
Committee.
The following is the program for the
Central Institute to be held at the
school bouse at V.'essington Springs,
the fourth Saturday ot Janr.arry 18S0.
How to teach primary numbers, and
what errors to avoid, 2Jrs. E. O. Nor
dyke.
I
rEorLr, Fro3I the People, Foj the People."
.WES5INGTON SPRING.:-, JERAULD COUNT ", DAKOTA, JAN. If, liu :).
1*. c. mmusE,
*cr*
y^.
BfS5?JESS CARDS
m.
b.
i&i/iiui.'Lu 111 liibiflil Gi!
PLJ NIUNTON, DAKOTA. o-tltf
L.
TUp:.5R,
IW, D.,
PSiysfc?an and .Surgeon,,
ptsiaRton Spring Dakota.
Oihco. inrt'l^i l" Main Street. im
fv?
i\
flferatlua*of
ha as ~m7 dT
tho University of Pennsylvania—
ass of/sr9), offers his professional services.
W ^"llu
45
01
PU7S DRUGS AND WSEDSCtMES,
ii iO, ^ationery, Toilet Articles, Garden Seeds
Paiuts, OHs, Glass, Putty, &c. ,-•
YK8S1XOTON SrniNUS, DAKOTA.'
WIIOJ.KSALK I)EAL :I I\
ALL KI\DS OF GRA1H. SEEDS & COAL
Wooasd^kot. Dnhcta.
C. W. KibDOHALD,
Attoi-ney iri Xiiiw anti TrTatai'y 3®n.l)lic
Wkninglon Sprini .:, Dakota.
Conveyantbig promptly and carefully atte.id
ed to. Will iractlec in all the Territorial court:
Collections rjmlttcd as soon as m:ule.
thosTh. null,
law
8c
albh'T
mmmm,
A TTOI NTEY AT LAV,'.
JLill
iractice in the District,
Probate and Justices courts. Collec
tions aspeciilty.
Wessh -'toil Springs, j.). T.
?asss
smops
Just Aero
From The Post-cilice.
Whero Yc
Thssig Yo
i! Wil3 Find Every"
JEWELRY SHOP.
Glocts clsaneil ana rsjairsJ
/il.SO
Spectacles, SJmbreiias, Andnicwcl
ryOf Al! K-indc, Neatly Rspaire-cJ
ALBERT GUBIBERSOI'J,
AT Til 12
JErui
pv imjif
WILL MAKE
ai
i^SixltG
juu
OLD LOANS RENE WED.
We make a specialty of this class of
loans If your old loan is due, or about
to become due wa will clear your title
and make you a new loan in the short
est possible time.
FINAL niOOF WOllK DONE.
NEW LOANS .IADE ON FINAL I'lIOOF,
INTillKST AS LOW AS TllK l.OWl-ST
'TITLES EXAM1NKD ANDl'KKFKITUD.
CALL AND (JET HATES.
Wcseiraston Sprixtga Dalcotu,
wiimmEm/
ji
WSssil (Line v.'itii Yost United Trains lie
tw-i'.i Ciikago, I'.ii'.watikeo, St. l'uul and 11
in
noapulis.
Trans-Continental Route, between
Ohieajto, Council lUnU's, Omaha and the I'aeilic
6'o.ist,
Creat National Route between Chiea
i, h.ansiis City and St. Joseph, Ato.
"700 fill lies Of Road reaching all prin
cipal pi-ints in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota,
loua, Hissouri and Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rales of iiasstitje and
freight, etc., apply to the nearest station ar.tent
ot the Chicago, G-inwaulieo&St. Paul
Railway, o.-To auy Kailroail Agciiianywliere
in the World.
R. filler, A V.H. Carpenter,
(leneral i\lanaser. (.iea'l Tass and Tkt. Agt.
r,i.wA L~K i:, W1
•*VS
SCOxSIN.
5*Fnr information in reference to lands and
to v. ns owned nv tl-e ('-HifAfio, MIIAVAI'KKJ-:S.
ST. l'AIN, Kitli'A'AJ iunn|ijin.r. write t» H. !.
11 a en ai Land CoaJiniKnloiier,.-,! ih".-'.iil:ee, Wis
fcliQ largciat and iw iTCiiuble huti.w, and tbty uta
tji pseaa?1
D. M. FERRY A CO. aro
ckiifiwleilfpd to Lo tho
rM
®-~*«-*2*^£^',ritljout,«ioriii*it.
A'»'
a
WessinRto.n Springs,
la L53
District Attor-
noy for Joitiuld Ocunty. Practices in all
Territorial Cclrls aiul before the Interior De
partment. tactions pro:npl!y a'ite.-.tt:d to.
Ask your retailor for ilio JAiUE* illEANri
acc iiuj? to your neoJ?.
r'OHUIvt'Jy tiojif: Konui
rot oiler -vill supply yo
1
rctallcra v.ill c'oa
PS
$o SHOE
i:h
a UNEXCELLED
^.STYLE unloualleo
DURABILITY
tiK AN!) -cs-
coiii tiuitly
SiPSPIa
vs^v-At
!]-.'• :iN*^SWik0C'/riK»/:
:-^'..-f-..V•"'
For 1889
.. ii /Hi /''"-/r- Will bn nnii!i:l
-IK?-- V,-W: i? to nil ippliCiO)ts,
II«J
to Jasfcyeai'H customs
h,
"I'l'ioiill.
a
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y„.livwyin'rionnriii:',
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if" kii vi'iii'|
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This institution is located at the loot of the \VE.KSlX(iTON "I I ILLS fj
cing to the East a well watered and iieautilul pr tirie country. In 1 heimn'iPd'*
ate r.':ar arc gulch, ie. the midst ol witosu Ti
^V,Pi-!Rf ECTiOi'I
«*SHO
I c.m jnor(» thnu
lino In llio
HplfMnUd re,
Lj tho djm.Tiwl for them.1
In
pwti,4l
5n That Line
IWASST3HG,
Oll.l \G ANDiKlil'AUtl^t A Ul'EOJAl.TSf.
C. HAI.I, "Wosningioii Springs
:Cr.S.
K«?U1J I?(M 'KS, one is ntatlc to forget for the time, that it is b-t a few ro"*
to the open prairie. ..
Still farther to the West is a fine rolling prairie dotted with farm
In addition to natural advantages of location it has the benefit of bein"- i
a strong prohibition county.
.Tli^«chcollhas been founded for the purpose of affording nn opportuni
to mi to obt un an education at littlo expense \s possible and under inflii
en^e tnat would aid in forming a Christian character.
Tloom is provided for those v. ho wish to board in the building and thus a
vail themselves of the benefits of being a member of tho school family"
which conducted upon the plan of a well regulated Christian household-!
The 1 all term closes !Nov. 2othlS88. 1 he winter term Dec. 11 to .March 1?
spring term Mamh 20th to June 15th.
For farther information address,
^£1
cpmr.eti.'ion.!s t.o r,Ifi- Trailp,'" ant if y.^u linve rot .-.-."n our latwt ImarorM
ll'lfif ltll U»'l!'.i» !i. im: II i-.'d i* ln\iir .Hi. ...M l....... .. i.
cnirir.c lmat ir.« iiov.Mivoly trf.']o_WI»s1.,of
or li«nv hard on:' cni.motltors iiuve to work to k•
cr VvIthinV?.'hi*ofiV!'
equality ol factory pi-otiucUi. IaourliueH ivo'are IhiVln^vVt mamiTaci'iirers states.''
Oao/ljuc trttvolln^palcanienwho.is.now visitlug tUo shoo rotalloi^ uf thoPacilio Coast and Kooky
islouiitalii Region writes J*rim tiiort ns follows
norc thnu saUsilod v/Ith tho rusultfi of my trip. I hnvo thus for suciroetfod In niacins our full
hands ot A io. 1 doalm^ in ov«ry point I have visits!." Ho on to
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la
region fur ur, to sell fihopj In hocauso mot of tho retailer* arc cUc.rtiluz their customers at
i--. v.v-y are worth
e.f»rd »nd write to ux.
JAMES MEANS & CO.
Tq $
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j-uoeo tnns jkii* eoitUiraird lactory arc sold 5y wide-nwnko vctnllors in nit nnrfHoi
t«i» conuiry^ w*tUiu your reajh in any Suiuur Turriiory if you will taveat on*
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SVEEY MACJIIHS WARRANTED PGR 5 YEAELl
Apts WantGd ia Uaaecsniet Territory
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fsL.-n i.i \. vslv:- ol ihe .'i-aTEUS'
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HOUSES.
eivvd. it uoi\s alwaya eiruino. (..•!! a::cl »(u our !hut.u-» or tend for catalogue.
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NO- 304
1st Seminary.
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J. K. Ft:lklakd. Principal
Jerauld Co. Dak'
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S3 or tho JA-UEtf DIniANai* Si hillOK
im' Konmr.o unions luivlr.ft oin* nnmo mid prlcn stamport plainly
you v/iiU yh-K.fi so damped If you hisl.st upon his (lolni? so, if von
you into iiiij iufurltir shoos upon wliich tln. niako a larger profit
on tho soles. Yonr
ou do not Insist, sumo
$4 SHOE
CANNOT FAIL
TO «=$-
SATS S FY.
the most.
41 Lincoln St., Eostos^ Mass.
When I f-Ti7 CtrRE I do not mean merely tq
stop them for a timn, anil then have them i-u-.
turn 1 SiliAN A KAl.MCAL CLKi'J.
1 liitvc inadu the diseases of
FITS, EPILEFS1T or
FAIXXTO SICKNESS^
A lii'o-!nti{r study. I wakrant my remedy tq
CURB tho worn eases. Because others IKIVC
f:alei ii no reason for not nowrec.oiviiiK a euro.
Hum! it once for a treatise and a
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of mv IN FA r.i.iULU Ki'.Mi.iir. Give Kxpresa
and i'o.-t Utlii-.e. It costs you nothing ior tt
trial, and it will cure you. Addvesa
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