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5 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. J
Wheat Me to Clc to day.
Pay your subscription.
llude Wolter is on tho sick list
Hermuti Davison went to St.
Wilson Cramnr had business in
Kennolt last week.'
New lino of buggies at Meier
See the curd of Dr. C. V.
Alriop in this issue.
J. F. Caldwell, bur assessor,
wns in town Monday.
li. 0. Kneibert wont to White
water lust Thursday.
, Honnctt Wolkcr, of Millorvillc,
gave u u call Monday.
Hand made fruit ennsat Wolter
Lire uaiaweu, 01 Miiiervuio,
left for Oklahoma Monday.
O. W. RufT and wife, of Poca
hontas, .was in Jackson Monday.
Meier Hros. will sell you a good
buggy for !N5.
Mr?. Nora Wilson, of Oak
Ridge, had business in Jackson
George Crain, sheriff of Stod
dard county, will real the II Kit
ald for .one year.
Wolter & Burford hamJla the
wicklois conloil stove. ,
Children getting water at tho
Wrst Jackson springs must be
more careful and cleanly.
Tho Indies of thu Methodist
church will serve ice cream in the
basement of tho church to-day
from 3 to 9 p. tu.
Tail lemonade glasses at Sc.
each at Bruening & Kerstner.
Charlie Cnief and sister. Miss
Rcsa, returned last week from
a lourweeks' visit to relatives in
Gclcna. III.', and St. Louis.
Thero was a wedding in "Dark
town" last Thursday night.
William McKinley and Nancy
Washington Was tho happy
Meier Bros, will hahUlo the
Triumph-sulkey plowthia season.
The Cross Printing company,
at tho Cape, will get but the fair
catalogues' this year. The com
pany has just put in a new cylin
George W. Fulbright, Henry
Wilhelm and Wash Snidor, of
Oak Ridge, left last Friday fur
Oklahoma to tako up land in the
Self raising buckwheat flour,
best grade, at 5c. package, at
Bruoning & Kerstnox.
K. E. Masters, of Marble Hill,
called on us Monday. Mr.
Masters wus in Jackson in the
log business a few 'years ago.
He will remain here a few days
visiting friends. V
The basket meeting that was
toi take place at tho German
Methddist church at Appletoji"
from the 1st to tho 15th of Aug
ust was indelinatcly postponed
on account of small pox.
If you know a bargain at sight
you can't fail to seo the advan
tage of buying your millinery
goods from Hutchison & Co.
Mr. James Hcnnesey, tho map
man, will leavo our county in a
few days nnd go to Dunklin
county. The maps of our county
arc completed, and' in about 00
days we can get our maps.
Tho Cape County Savings
bank rcce'ved the doors to .their
new vault last Saturday, Tby
are burglor-proof and aro finely
finished, and when placed in the
opening of the vaulit will pro
sent a durable and handsomo ap
Don't endanger yourself by
using gasohno, but get one of
tr.cse wickless coaloil stoves
from Wolter & Burford.
The editor of the Hi:iuui ac
companied by his two daughters,
Lulu and Bessio, made a trip to
Bloomticld last week. Miss Lulu
will visit her uncle, Monroe
Cravens, the remainder of the
summer. Hloomtield and sur
rounding country, like our town
and country, is badly in neod of
where it Is hot all the vear round
f m er-
(J sells better than any where ebe
in the world. So don t stop taking;
it In summer, or you win lost'
m what you have gained. .
? . siwl for frw Mtnpte. '
' KUTT tt buwab. tnemuif.
i5 Vr Stirtt, Nnw Yolk.
Lilly Brown Is on tho sick lbt
Lee James went to Clinton,
Tho temperature was 111 in
the shade Monday.
Try onr 15c. roast coffeo. It is
agood one. BrueningA Kcrslner.
John Howard, of Crump, was
in Jackson lost Saturday. 1 1
Frank McGuirc, of 'hear Gor
don ville, is dangorously sick,
Do you need a sot of wagon
harness I Call on Klein lor them.
Mrs. Flippie. of St. Louis, is
visiting Mrs. Ferdinand Braun.
Lemon squeezers, a new kind,
at 5c. oich at Brucning & Kerst-
Dave Hays has charge of Dr.
Woods' drugstore during doctor's
If you are in need of a trained
nurso call on Mrs. J. B. Allen,
of Jackson. - -
Chas. Behrons wilr move Into
tho Hunter property in West
Jackson soon . .
Win. Bruoning moved Into the
house lately purchased from J.
A. Hope, last week.
For all kinds of galvanized
iron work call on Wolter & Bur
ford, and get prices.
There will be a picnic at Poca
hontas August 10. Posters are
out announcing the same.
''A word to the wise is suffi
cient." Go to Hutchison & Co.'s
for your millinery goods.
Thero will be a picnic at Houck
Saturday, Augus 3. A good
time is promised all who attend.
Velvet ribbons, a number of
widths, ., satin, back and linen
back. g7)od edges, at Bruening &
W. F. Sides, of Pocahontas,
was n caller at our office Tuesday.
fie had tho Herald marked up
onc year. e
Just received lot new bugcles
at Meier frros,' Hardware com
pany. Come and see them. They,
wilt suit you in quality and prico.
There will be a picnic at Chas.
Wilhelm's grove, six miles north
of Jackson, on August 3. Every
body is Invited.
Rev. McCorraack and R. L.
Caldwell, of Fruitlund, made a
business trip to DcSoto last
We can scaT you a No. 1 steel
Ean?o cook 6tove low and on
easy payments. Call and see us.
WOLTER & liLUFOUD.
Mr. Taylor and jvife, of "near-
McDonrfaM, Carter county, are
visiting J. B. Allen of Jackson
for a few weeks.
For first-class work and all
kinds of tinware, stoves, etc.
go to wolter ;kx uuriora.
Adjoining Capo County Savings
Union services will bo hold ia
the Methodist church Sunday
night, preaching by Key. J.
Frank Smith, the Baptist pastor.
If young ladies think sores.
pimples and red noses look well
with a bridal veil and orange blos
soms, it's nil right. Yet Rocky
Mountain Tea would drivo them
away. 85c, Ask your druggist.
. You can get a money order at
the Jackson post office to anv
foreign country. There are but
few countries in the world but
what you can get a money order
at this oflico issued upon.
Those famous little pills, Do
Witt's Little Early Risers,conipel
your liver and bowels to do their
duty, thus giving you pure, rich
blood to recuperate your body.
Aro easy to take.uever gripo. All
George C. Hassliuger and
family, Dr. S. E. WooJs and
wife, and Uluoher.Sperlmg went
to Current rivet, near Van Burcn,
Carter county, Tuesday morning
to camp out a week or ten days.
There is more catarrh in this
sectiou of the country than all
other diseases put together and
until the last few years was sup
po-ed to be incurable. For great
many doctors pronounced it a
local disease, and prescribed lo
cal remedies, and by constantly
failing to cure with local treat
muut, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be
a constitutional disease, ami there
fore requires constitutional treat
ment. , Hull's Catarrh Cure, man
ufactured by F. ,1. Cheney Son
Toledo, Ohio is the only cousti
tutional. euro on the market. It
is taken Internally in doses from
ten drops to a teaspoon ful Ji
nets directly on the blood nnd
inui-oiiK surfaces of the system.
They offer oue hundred dollars
for any case it fails to cure. Send
for circulars and testimonials.
Address, l J. Cheney & Son,
,Sold by druggists, 75c,
- Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Treat Esfale Transfer.
t - -, .
Win'. 1'. OT.rlcn nnd wife to
Kinder A Sehinuke, lot 3 of
O'Hrlen'a addition to .luck
Sophia Painter to J. A. Hrrcll,
A. R. Ponder and K. W.
Klenttfe. three-fourtha Inter
est In and to out-lota of the
rlty of Cape Olrardeau, O, I,
K,LM, 11,12, 1.1, 31, 42, and
the north half of lot 26, and
lots 17r 18 and .11 of the sub
division of out-lot 41, nil of
aald ont-lota being a part of
Survey 21UI. From the above
deaeribed land Is excepted
city lot 70 In Untile O, which
has been set axiile to the
Neely lirlra In' n partition
suit, and further ckcepthum
arc uinde in loU 11 and 12... 12,000
Frederick RueHeler and wife to
Ferdinand Henry Kraft, the
eaat half of Hiibdivixion 3 of
lot B and 10 In Range D. In
the city of Cape tllrardeati. . 8,.HJ0
Herman C. KieoiiiKer and wife
to Alvina Klenper.thc north
east quarter of the waitlieaat
quarter of Sec. 31, Tp. JW,
N. It. 1.1 K 1U0
Joliu K. K If nlner and wife to
Dcnlt V. Tliompsoil, the
northeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of Sec. .11,
Tp. 33. N. It. 13 150
AuitUHta Knrkman to John
T. Sackuian, part of lots 27
'and 2H in Range C, city of
Cape Girardeau 100
If you want x good organ or
piano the undersigned will sell it
to you. W. L. Wilkinson,
Win. Hoffman and Ida Shufleld.
AVrn, McKinley and Nancy Wash
ington. Win. Turner and Mulinda Renfriw.
UcorKe Willlnnia and Jeunnetto
Mrs. C. H. Wolter and her
mother, Mrs. Kurre, are visiting
in St. Louis this week. They
will return Saturday.
Fat lady-'Dou't sleep too much;
exercise.; don't eat fats and sweets.
To reduce flesh rapidly take
Rocky Mountain Tea. Acts di
rectly on the fatty tissue. 35c.
Ask your druggist.
' Win. B. Schaefer returned the
first of tho week from Peori, 111.,
where bo went to get his tine
mare bred to a thoroughbred
horse of that place.
"When building or remodeling
your old house or barn don't for
get the fact that a tin roof is
beyond question the best and
WOI.TBK & BCKFOHD.
A church conference was held
in the basement of the Methodist
church Tuesday night and busi
ness of importance to the church
was transacted. Church confer
ence will be held regularly each
month as the discipline requires.
It is the duty of every Methodist
to attend these conferences. It
is one means of grace and every
member of the church who lives
up to his vows and wants to be
strengthened will attend them.
My otlico is still oyer
fschaefcr s store, where
I am doing strictly
high-grade work at reasonable
Jeelb tilled with gold, silver or
cement. Artificial teeth from
ono to a full set.
Teeth extracted abohiMy with
out pain by the use of alvatunder.
All work guaranteed to give
J. L. Jenkins, Resident Dentist,
li'nriveifd Weekly l W.
l'ea. Whip-poor-wil in. .
Diaests what you eat.
It. artificially dlgesta the food and aids
.Nature tn atrengtboutng aud recon
btructlng the exhausted dltfeottve or
ant and tonic, No other preparation
en aniimac.li It In eUlclencT. It In
atantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, loaigeiiion, iieariuuru.
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Causes,
Sick Headache, OatUalgla.Crampsand
all other rcsulu of imperfect di gesUon.
Prepered ky C C. OtWITT CO, Colcoge.
G. 3, HENDERSON
OKrt'CE On South sido of
West Mmln Street, over C. II.
Wolters' Harness shop, Jackson.
Oflico phor.e, 172; residence. 173.
Log Boon6the negro who
killed a womii Jn Bois Brule
bottom several .Vfors ago, was
sentenced 20 years1 it) the peni
tentiary, and who V' later par
doned by Oovernor ' Stephens,
was shot and billed ty Uhas.
Bolsl, a 'steamboat mute, at
Chester, July 12.
We do all kinds of roofing and
sruttering, in fact we make this a
III- virtue nnd llllt.hnrlt v fif a iren.
eral rit of ex'.s-utlon Iwoied from the
olllee of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Cape HirarUeau County,
Mlh-Mjurl, to jue dlreeted and return
able to tho AniO'xt Term, lttul-of
mi Id Court, In favor of McConnick
HnrveKtlnu Machine Co. :ml nirainst
Jnliu Moll, I, the undersliriieil .sherill
of Cape Wirardeau County, Mo., Iiave
levied upon and Helped all the riht,
title and interest of auid John Moll
In and to the following described real
etitatu, Hituated in ('ape (iirardeau
County, aud State f MisHouri, to-wit:
Ono hundred and mxty-four and
thirty-aeven one-hundredtlis acres,
part of the town Hull ol Mirvey .Mi.
H1H, In TownHhipH M and Itanire
lleilKt; behiK all t lie south half of
aald Survey except lU.a7crea takt-ti
from the west hiilo of 'Raid waith half
old to Jsoin Htroiix: anil 40 acres out
of the northeast corner of said south
half reserved from sale. AIho, 40
acres hounded a follows: Ilenin at
the northwest corner of Survey No.
ill; thence south 7.70 chains to a
corner; thence south Kt dejfreea east
4S..MI chains to the nodule of the main
channel of Whitewater; 1 hence up
said stream with the incanderlnuH
thereof nt, a jsilnt one cliaiu south
S3 deirreea east of a corner of Survey
N'j. k lt ; thence north Kl uer s
west :i2 eliaius to the ln-Kinniug cor-r
nor. The alsive belnir the saiuo land
described in deed from Frederick.
Wcdekind and wifefojohn Moll ee-'
corded in Hook .in, pae ;M4, of the
Laud Ilecords of said county.
1 will ou
TUKSDAY, Al'UUKT 2", MH,
between tlie hours of 0 o'clock In the
forenoon and ft o'clock in the after
noon of that day, at the south front
ill Mir of the court-house In the City
of Jackson, County of Cape (lirar-'
deau, and State of Missouri, sell at
linlil ie auction, for cash, to the high
est bidder, the above descrlls-d real
estate, to satisfy said execution aud
COStS. IlKKMlAKO (lOl'KKI.,
Cut the Prices
.Call mul examine
R. Keelian & Co.
South HikIi Street,
JACKSON, - MISSOCRI.
Do You Want to
S avc Men e y I
Send in your name and address and
get our catalogue of all kinds of mer
chandise at prices defying competi
tion. Fully illustrated catalogue
sent 011 receipt of M cent for jjostage.
KAHN, GREEN a BEHGER,
2ft7 to 2l Oearboru Street, Chicago
Oaluli;ui nutlleil durliiK July. Ijr'iV
A fine ytniiif Hour. 7 month olil. remtv
for M'rvh-p, out of Oileen br-, ICetf. Nn. ?4sj.
Still ljr KIiiivimmI ai 11. , l(,ll. No. 4MMK.
rail and st or Kitilrtsw fir pitrllculsra.
I'rlce, It titki'B si out-, H0.
Hester Kelle, Ki . Nn. KM. ha sin flne
ftlu- liy her l(le, sirea by tii Mm youns
loar, ltouuli HlrtfT, Krir. No. lilt. Thu Is a
very Htie litter or pttft and iiimhlnrt tna
Iwsl Ik'rknhlre W.kkI lu Amprli a. Will 1st
iileuspil to lnM.lt your order fur nue. Keatly
to wean Sent, 1st. lirhiKtrif ully,
2r ... A
Last Sunday Mrs. Sarah, wife
of G. 1L McLard, was called to a
neighbor's housed. When within
sight of the lioiiso.at the top rff
a long hill which ehe had cliinlKxl,
she was seized with heart trouble
and died in a few minutes. She
was about CI years old. The
bereaved family have our sym
pathy. We learn that not far from
towL a crowd of boys had it
made up to wh'.p a preacher, -and
tbat in the same community some
boys but the lines of Jtho horse of
an old gentleman who was going
through and had hitched bis
horse to rest s while. This
gpeaks bad f of these 'boys in tiis
enlightened age. V
Sberllt 'a Kale or lte.aU KaUth In
In the Circuit Court of Ca;e thrar
Ueau Couuty, Stale of Missouri,
May term. twit.
Thursday, May , luol, It l-in the
fourth day of the regular May term,
IMll, of said Court held at Jackiwin;
Cape (Iirardeau County, Missouri.
William I. Wilkinson,
J.,e! II. Wilkinson. J as.
W. Wilkinson, Itichard
1'. Wilkinson. Sarali A.
Wilkinson, llelle Hen
derson and James Hen
derson, her linsiiand,
Nora Lewis and Otho
Lewis, her husband, Al
bany llerxiiiticr aud
Kiiiile Her. (nicer, ln'r
hushaud, Uureile How
ard nnd May Howard,
John Watson laVls,
lly virtue and Authority of an ordr
of sale issued from the olllee of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court nt Jackson,
Cape (Iirardeau County, State afore
said, and to nie directed, 1 will oil
WKDNESDAV, ACliCST 21, Mul,
lad ween tlie hours of ti o'cIak in the
foreniNin mid o'clock in tlie after
noon of that day. at the south front
door of the court-house ia the City
of Jacksou, said County of Cape Uir
ardt au and State of Missouri, sell at
imhlic miction to the highest bidder
Hie following descrilied red I estate
lyintf aud lieini; in tlie Couutyof Cae
Uiriinleau and Stute of Missouri,
liejjin at the northwest corner of
Survey No. ftin, tlien run south 7 de
isrei" west 3.SO chains; then north f-'l
dejrrecs west 2n chains; then south 7
devices west ftcliaiirs to a corner 011
.south boundary of Survey 4s; thence
north S.I decrees west .l.-O chains to a
post from w hich an elm 10 inches in
diameter bears south 2 decrees east
2:i links, and a sugar tree 15 inches in
diameter ttear north fii'j decrees
east 41 links; then south 7 decrees
west KI.02 chains, a corner from
which a black truin 14 Inches iu
diameter hears south .r7I decrees
west 20 links and a lilack o;ik H inches
lu diameter hears north uft'y decrees
cast 27 links; thence cast2.20chaius
to a corner in burvev fi2il; thence
nortli 7 decrees east 21. Ho chains to
the nortli boundary of Survey No.
.ri2H from which a black oak 7 inches
in diameter la-ars north 20 decrees
west 13.', links, and a Spanish oak 40
Inches in diaineter liears 1101 til 41
lejrrees east S links; tlieiicc north
S.l degrees west 4.U, cliains to tlie be
limiiii)r ; situated in Township ;I2,
uautfu 11, cape (iirardeau county,
Missouri, containing .V.lu acres, ami
beiuu the siime land set aside by
Coiiimissioners in the partition of the
ijirkiu Wilkinson estate to the
w iilow as dower, as will more fully
apH-ar by reference to Kecord Kiaik
i, jijixcs vif noo 10 ine itnu
Itecords of Cape Oirnrdeau County,
Tkkms ok Salkj Twenty-five p-r
cent of the purchase money to he
paid in eash on day of sale, the re
mainder, sevenlj-live ner cent there
of, to be on a credit of nine months,
the purchaser or purchasers to k1v"
note with amiroved security for the
deferred payment, said note or notes
to near u tor cent interest rrom date
Sherilf CaH! Cirardeau County, Mo.
Foil KENT A four-rtam liotwe
iu northeast J a" k son, a dcsirablt
liH-atlon. Apply at this oftice.
FOR 8AI.K Shop and lot In West
jHrKson. rMiop is now occupied ny
L. F. (!owau. The shoo and lot will
be sold cheap for rush. Apply to T.
u. nines lor turtuer particulars.
WA NT KD Capable, reliable per
son in every couuty to represtnt
large companv of solid lliianclnl
reputation ; '.i:i salary iht year, nay-
able weekly ; $H per day alwolulelv
sure aud all expenses; ttraight. bona
tide, definite salary, no commission;
salary pain eacb SaturUjy ami ex
pense money advanced each week.
.via Mi a no lliiisK, .'114 iHarlsirn M..
For Saie Cheap.
80 acre of land lying between
i'ocahontaa and Neely's Lauding.
Apjily at this oftice.
' -: I-WriiUe.
The glass front, together with
the iron columns and lintollg and
all the windows and doors in
our present bank building.
Capk Cot: nt y Savings Bank.
For Sale Cheap.
An HO aero farm, 2 brood mares
in foal, one ia a good reliable
laniily driver, several head of
full blood Short Horn cattle, and
an hsty parlor orean.
ulM, ttai awtiMl
HUM af law
41 ra mmm
. Situations Secured
M M mli 1st calfttoavt mm! facial n.
II Lwana. Ki. MaMm.Aia.
1 1 ! a. lwr. Cilmam. e
aitful. Va. ajtanaakaai. Ala. UrtnartMa, H
W. H. Mii.lkk, I'lwioVnt.
. CAPE COUNTY
SAVI N GS BAN K;
UPITJLL AKO SURPLUS - S65,CC3.
Comparative Statement of I)eM)sitsi
June 0. $157,5i.tK)
June 30, 190 0-$17 4,2 ) 7.30
June 29, 1001 - $22G,711.40
WK SOLICIT YOUIt BU8INTESS.
Ofrering Every Accommodation
Con 8 intent with Sound Hanking.
W. 1 1. Ml M.Kit, JOHtl'H KOKlll.r.H, J. L IllVKl.K,
W. C. Ckai'uakt, Ct.Ai'8 Kkhht.nkk,
C W. llKNUKHHON,'
Kl). IIowahu. Caohlei.
Take Notice, Threshers of Cape Girardeau
County, now i tlm time to bring your MachineH to
Fruitland Machine Shop
for lleiKiirn. Don't wait till a thort time before threshing
time auil then ruth uh bo that you can not get your work
done an booh as you want it. Remember, wo are head
quarter for ThreHhing Macliinen, Saw Mill Belts, Water
Tanks, Puiupa, Hose, and Grate Baru for all kinds of
Engine. McNeely Bros. & Co., Fruitland, Mo.
The Americail Mutual Aid Ass'n.
PERCY STONE, Gbnkkau Manaoeb,
721, 121 and?r Walnw ritrlit lluilcllu, St. I.ouix, MiSMiurl.
I.ieiiael to do buHiuefts iu Miacouri, Indiana. Ki-ntueky, M in-lsl j.j.l
and Arkansan. Weekly heucflts for niekness or accident. HenefltH lor
death. Free uae of Burgeon er physician to nil lneiuhe.rH.
Good Organizers Wanted
to increaae iuenihershii. Apply for term to KUNEST GHOI.SON, GenJ
eral Aifent for Southeast Missouri, or
Tho following rotiolutionij were
adopted by tho Capo (iirardeau
county teachers' institute:
Whereas, We, tho teachers of
Cape (iirardeau county assem
bled, realize that our profession
is one of noble calling and
exalted worth. We are awaro of
tho groat responsibility resting
upon us as teachers and of the
work of human development
which is placed in our hands. We
realize that education ia life and
should so live that we may exem
plify the true, the beautiful and
the good. We aro conscious that
it is a part of our life work to
so train and develop the minds
and characters of our young boys
and girls that they may become
noble men and worthy women.
We realize tbat this is an age of
progress and development, that
educational intetests todav are
wider and deeper, of fuller volume
and greater growth than years
ago. We feel tho need of greater
advancement, of more systematic
work and more harmeny in nature
study. In order to carry out our
work to greater advantage we
assemble for tho purpose of dis
cussing tho difficulties which con-
frout us and to broaden our
views. Thenefor, in considera
tion of the foregoinir, be it
llesolved, That we, tho teach
ers of uapo ouarueau county,
extend our heartfelt thanks to
tho citizens of Jacksou who have
so hospitably entertained us dur
ing our sojourn in their midst.
We further wish to express our
anorociation of the efforts of
Prof. Summers in securing and
to the courtesy of the school
board in permitting us tho use of
the school building.
Resolved, That in the county
board of education, K. E. Mc
Culloufirh. Geo. B. Summers and
Vm. H. Ilaupt, we have earnest,
energetic, wide-awake and pro
gressive instructors; men who
are striving for. a ayxtcinatic ad
vancement of the educational in
terests of this county. We wish
to express our hearty apprecia
tion and sincere approval of their
earnest efforts in our behalf; that
we further commit ourselves to
the purpose of sustaining thorn
by word and action in their
efforts to successfully establish a
systematic course of study for
our rural schools.
Resolved, That in Prof. W. S.
Dearmont southeast Missouri has
obtained a gem. We wish, there.
Jo. Korki.rk Vice Prsaldcnt.."
O. I). Ktati.;m.
Al.vtN lUw, AHKt. Canliier.
to tho Home Olllee, St, Ixiuis, Mo.
fore, especially to express our
gratitude for the privilege of
hearing I'rof. Dearmont speak in
our institute. Ho is an until 1112,
faithful and conscientious worker
in the cauao of education and
especially for the educational
upbuilding of southeast Misaom i.
Men of Prof. Dearmont's charae
ter aro rare and should be duly
appreciated. Wo are indcod
grateful to him or his considera
tion toward us; we wish to ex
press our unqualified indorsement
of his timely remarks on school
organization, assuring him that
we heartily approve, both in
spirit and in letter, the sugges
In connection with school or
ganization we soe the necessity of
county supervision; we trust
that the advisability of super
vision may not be overlooked.
We further recommend that the
earnest efforts of-every teacher
may bo brought to bear upon
this subject, and we may not
ceae iu our labors until we have
effected a good Kysteni of super
We feel that this institute has
been the means of much good.
We realize that we have been
greatly benefitted by the many
timely suggestions which have
been pi-evented to us. We are
aware that wo will go to our
schools with our minds better
prepared, our ideas more system
atized, and that wo will be able
to curry out our work in the next
school session in a more uniform
and thorough manner.
L. M. SlIAXER,
The vote on tbo bond issue for
fixing vp our streets last Tues
day was as follows: First ward,
70 yes and 'M no; second ward,
fi yes and T2 no. This vote
shows that a good big majority of
our citizens are in favor of pro
cress and improvement. 17
more votes would have carried
the proposition, giving it a two
Everything in thi Tratfs
A KPHf'TA r.TV. .
1 guarantee all my itock.
Call on me two nillea ;
east of Jackson. ,,.;;
A. a MOORE