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Stock ShippersGeo. W. Sowers & Son; D. G. Ferguson.
ShipmentsNo. cars stock shipped for the year closing September 1, 1886, 112; No. cars of grain shipped for the year closing September 1, 1886, seventy-two.
Ticket AgentM. L. Smith.
ElevatorBy steam power.
Shippers of Stock and GrainRobert Richardson.
Dry Goods, Hardware, Etc.Richardson & Paine.
PostmasterC. E. Campbell.
Station AgentA. H. Tracy. Churches-M. E.
Church, W. A. Welker, pastor, twenty-seven members.
Dry GoodsH. Herreg; Hidy Bros.
GrocersJ. Thompson & Son.
HardwareF. A. Leonard.
Agricultural ImplementsJ. W. Parker; A. Jones.
Lumber DealersRush Bros.
Grain Buyer and ElevatorJ. W. Osmun.
PhysiciansW. W. Knepper, M. D.; A. P. Edgar, M. D.
HotelGillette & Ozley.
Livery StableT. J. Gillette.
Harness ShopW. S. Price.
Blacksmith ShopJ. W. Parker.
DruggistsJ. B. Hanson; C. E. Campbell.
CLOSING DESCRIPTION OF THE PAST AND PRESENT.
IMPROVEMENTS OF THE COUNTY.
These improvements are promiscuously given in different townships. The finest barn, and also a large one, in size, plan and beauty yet noticed in the county, is on the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section 6, township 82, range 22, Indian Creek Township, and owned by Wm. Golden. It is about three years old. It is, in fact, a model of beauty as well as large. It is octagon in shape and has a very large basement of heavy rock for the foundation of the main structure. This barn must be high