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' iS- Marshall Republican 4 volumi: x.xiii MAItSIIAMi BAlitXH'O0U.TV MIHSOUHI 1-ltIDAV, MAY HI), 10l:J. 5? DEATHS MIW. CUIUS .ZIMMKHMA.V. iiirn. inns Zimmerman, net Rophht Hbhnrdt, died nt Iter home nrar llnnloiiinii Holiday morning May 18, i)a, after mi Ulnoni ol flv inunlliH or nthroplc 4-lrrliott oi tho llvor. Hho wnii C7 yean, iiiuiiuiB uii'i i) unj-fl oid nnti wan born In Hlrshbcri.'. I-'Icrstcnth inn Hcls, aornmuy, and ennto to America I. ( Hn m. . ' i . . . . ioiv. oho wns married to uiirist Zlmmorniniin February 12,' 1 87-1 near Aurora, Indiana. They lived thorc until 1881, thon camo to Mis sottrl. 8ho leaves a loving husband, 8 children, n grandchildren, rotation mid a host or friends to mourn hot death. Tho children aro Henry Arrow Hock, Mo.; Christ, Jerlcc Springs, Mo.; Mrs. Hrnost Hester ninnn, Jerlco 8prlngi, Mo.; Mrs. W A. Kischor, Kcdnlla, Mo.; Mrs. Au Kitst 11. Schmidt, MaMcoutah, III.: Mrs. Alfred Winkler, l-'rod and John at homo. Thn Inst thrco children nnnied nnd thn husband wore nt tin deceased's hcdsldo at tho tlino ol tho death. Tho other children nl' cumo to attend tho funeral Which took place Wcdnosdny, May 21, at tho (lurmnn Lutheran church neat Llttlo Hock, Mo., conducted by Hov I'. Kllndworth. Durlal was In the cemetery at that place. Mrs. Zlmmormnnn lived a Chris tlan life; was n good wlfo und moth' r and will bo greatly missed In hoi home. Shu was a lady llko whon tboro aro fed today. Slio was hnrd working and self-denying and her ruwnrd was In tho satisfaction shr received from well doing and the success or hur children. Tho work' Is better and richer through her life r.nd nothing hotter can bo said o any one Wo extend sympathy ti tho sorrowing husband and chlldron MUM. IIMMA PIUOMOHK. Mrs, Kmma I'rlgmoro wao nmon' tho 2!) victims or tho Long Ilencb California, accident SaturJay, Mo; S4, when a grandstand collapsed will n largo crowd. Mrs. I'rlgmoro wn tho wlfo of Juilgo M, T. Prlgmon Into or Sweet Springs nnd a forme Bullno county Judge. A mcBsaff from Long Ileach Saturday ovonln to John Hlcklln, son of Mrs. Prll' more, or Sweet Springs, told or th death and also stated that tho Judg wns Injured but not seriously. Judg Frlgmoro who married at Lon Uench about n year ngo to Mn Emma Hlckllnd, widow of tho lain J Hlcklln. Shortly after tho mnrr! ago thoy camo to Swcot Springs, nisi visiting a wcok In Marshall durlir Chautauqua wcolc, Tho Judge an bis wlfo having dccldod to mnk their homo nt Lone Heach, Calif, loft lator lu tho fall for their west ern homo. Mrs. I'rlgmoro Is survived by thro children, John Hlcklln or Bwcr Springs; Loo Hlcklln or Now Moxlcc and Mrs. U. II. McCurdy or Cnllfoi nla. Tho remains will bo brought t Sweet Springs, hor formor home, fo burial. Mrs.. I'rlgmoro was a mor excellent and chrlaUnn woman an was loved by all who knew her. MIW. KLI.AltKTJI 8. SULLIVAN' Mrs. Elizabeth S. Sulllvnn, nged D' years, ono of Sinter's ostlmnblo ladlr. died at hor homo In East Slator 1m Tuesday nftor nn Illness of but Ilttl ovor a day. She became 111 Moiula and dlod Tucaday night of neuralgl or tho heart. The funeral services, conductod h Hoy, H, M, Talbert, wore hold at th' residence Thursday nftornoon at 2;3C and her remains interred at tho clt cemetery, Tho decoasod boforo her first mar rlago was Miss 'Elixa(J,fcAfee.,.'sSh was a natlvo of Osagpcbuh'ty, Mo whero' she born In ' "is'f3.. Her fire husband was Jno. Bhelt'on, who diet' leaving hor a llttl son, LeHoy, wh Is now ono of Slator's most deter Ing young men. Her second husban 1vas Owen Sullivan, who dlod sovorr 1$'' ''('years ngo. , JMra. Sullivan Is BurvU'od by tw VN'slBtorB and a brothor, who aro Mr Vfl&l Joha BocfttlnB, of this place, Mrr f?l Louua Hunt, ot uarroi-county,, an' MUton McAfee, of Kansas NGIty. ffX vCAIH OFi THANKS, Wb wish to thank tho, neighbor &5 and'frlmi'ds for Jlielr kindness, durln I the.lllnsw mi at the. time Vt death ot Wil. H.. JACKSON. . Wm. S. JackEon, son or tho lato Colonel WiH 9. nnd Mrs. Lutlo V. Jnckson, nnd nrandson -or tho war tltno governor or MImouH, died at tho family rcsldenco In Kansas City, 317 Spruce strcot, Sunday, Mny 26 at :'.;20 p. m. Wlillo wlliiesMng a ball game Inst Wedmsdny n week ago ho wntf strleken with apoplexy and wns lnl:in to his hninn when? hi) remained nticuiisflotts iinlll tho imtis Ing. Mr.;lackroi wa iiortVat Ar row Hock 1 1 ywim nyo.i llo enmc to Marshall wlillo a small boy with his parents and lived hero until about Mght yearn ago when ho went, to nnsns City. Mr. Jaclison was the uehtnnt manager ot tho Hotel Haiti nolo nt that place. He was married 12 years ngo to Miss Klhaboth Wiley 'r. 111! city nnd In survived by the vlfo and two children, n boy u and a jlrl S years old. ir. jacKKon unit many warm 'rlendfl In this county who were very inicli grieved to learn of hi death, llurlal wns nt tho oi l Kapplngton cmetery nrnr Nelson Tuesday after- 10011. SALINE COUNTY OAO 'iiah. niiitci:. ('has. Pierce, nr. years old, died In 'pringlield, Mo Saturday, May 21, f llvor troubli'. Mr. I'lerco was one if tho oldest drumnu'iH lu point or on Ice lu this str.to ho having been in tho road -12 years, und has many rlondB over tin? stnlo who will re gret fo lenm or his passing. Ho visited Marshall frequently und had nnny friends here. Mr. IMorce, who vns unmarried, malnlnluod it home t Illnckwntor. Ho Is survived by hrco Rlsters and two hrothcrx. Two if Mr. Plerco's nlstcr's, Mcsdnmcn U. '!. and II. (. Pray, of Illnckwptcr, tro ilstor-ln-lawi or II. A. Pray of Ms city. llurlal was nt St. Louis ast Sunday at (ho IJulIofo-.iiituliic emotory. Mr. Plorco travclod for a U. Loulsllrm. Tho funeral serv- co was In chargu of tho nil: lodge if HI. Louis ot which ho wan a mem ber. ciiAiti.ii: (Ji:isi:.i)(iiti-'i:u At tho homo of his paronts nt Cor lor, Chnrllu anlsciulorfor, nged about i years, died Saturday, May 24 at 1 . in. Tho llltlo boy, who was the on of 8. p. Ooliondorfer, formerly of larshall wns hudly hint wlillo nt 'oi k In llio Hold Inst Monday and Is death wnu tho result of theso In url2 His brother, who stays at his ltlinrs meat market on West North aitut iiiiu uibiui , (iiion r.ruiLT uciboik 'orrer, a Missouri Vnlley collogo stud int, wont to Cordcr Saturday after icon. Tho sister Is ono of (ho aca lculia graduates at tho collogo. SHAl'TMH-HUItT Ooorgo HI Shaffer nnd Mlsa Mary Hurt, both of this city, woro mar led at tho homo or tho hrldo'B par nts, Thursday evening, May 29. Hro. 1. T. Whnrton the officiating mlnls- 3T. T.to day was ono full, of excltomont ir Miss Hurt ns sho wns graduated rom M. V. C. in tho morning; thus ho 29th or May will ever bo a rod stter day In her life. Mr, Shaffer Is a prominent youn indnrtnkor of this city. ' Tho newly wedded couple left "hursday night for a woddlng trip to olnts In Illinois. MAKSHALL GKTK IIIIHION. Tho big fox hunt nnd'dog show nt 'Ik Lick closed Friday ovonjng aftor t successful meeting. Thoro was a Ig crowd present In splto of thp ool and thrcntoulng weather. At tho bonch ohow Tliurudny L. P. Ilnscry of Hushvlllor nctod. no Judge nd tho following prlies woro award J. First promluin, "UlH," owned y h. S, Kddlns of Sodalla; socond, Hunter," owned by H, C. Wlltloms f Longwood; third, "Jubilee," ovyn d by L. W. Scott of Marshall. HOMr.TIIINU ni:w ix Hir.os. Nornntn' Chaffco recently jmrclm 1 n steel silo form apt) Is now busy utllng up concroto silos, Mr 'liatfco nils bin forms bU rest a day tovlng them u ,from dny .to day. Vhllo ha concroto Is being put i) 'tro- fraino is also sot In to stay hch re-onrorccs -tho" CQncroJe,. as .completed a 0 1 fqot ullp for the V, J. McRoboVts estate iioar . Ma(a' tend and ono for hVl. MoRoberts 12 feet high and is now eroqtlUg, ptie - y ' l.l - ill r . (Id K m.i.: - . .-..' M. ii . . I s-iowr,iear wue awi'woiner.- f ur nuo uiwrer.ui ivm uii,u, gy r ? Ghli itmsMrtMa aad Fatally, x toas.v , ' ' wcro. plot While the ronda or this comity nro still fit r from that Ideal stale longed lor by thu motorists ninl good road' cuthiisliislK, thn old soUlem sny that tlio worst of our present day ronds runiparo very invornhly with 1 1 r Immii i on iI'm of oarller dnys. Tho murh-cxtolleil tlnura "liefore tho war," when, as our fathotn and mothers toll us, nil men woro moru honest, people wore inortj hospitable, workmen moro skilled nnd palnstak lux. wlion the girls und women thought leas or lads mid littery, and liifctcnd of nttendlug clubs utut suf liagetto meotliiKs devoted their n tilu tltno to tho household nits of cooking, sewing, darning socks timl making lyo soap; whon chiMron wore "seen nnd not henril," nnd the hum nn nico was Inllnltely hotter; (ti Hint golden ngo probably did r.ot feem so golden nl the time as it now does, viewed through tho mlsu o linlf n century, nnd It Is certain that the life or even the wcalihloat laud owner of Salluo count) was pot a continuous hod or roses, und thoso bnme old settlers had to endure nutuy hardships nnd lueonvenlencoa, that wo or thoso later days can Fcurcoly Imaglm-. Ono or tho chief difficulties o that time wns the question of roads, or rather the luck of them, for In tliii earlier days boforo tho farms, were enclosed nnd whtn much of thlf icglon was still govornment land, the ronds ran ncrom country with total dbrognrd for section lines or the points of tho couipiiKP, turning nnlilc for u particularly troublesome clay hill, winding n ntllo upstrcum to if arh it nary ford, sti Iking a short cut through tho open prairie und on through broken country ami lo.v-lylup bottom lands to the old towns n'jinc tho "Iilg Muddy." Somo of Sallno'3 old loads nil II run for short distances nlong theli original Irroitutar coiirso without re gard to direction, but 'most or thorn have neen y-suneyod alon t tur tee Hon tines foi thn beuoflt of the farms through which they pass, und moat or tho abort cut? hnvo been dono nwny with. Thoik romih, as they nro nt p.vsnt', wero usunlij good In Jiitnnior along their highest spots, hut became nunrly Impaimnblo lu tho winter and Spring, especially through the swam py country that nt that time covered it considerable portion or Sallno coun ty. And In those dayn good roads woro oven morn Important than they aro now, for tho county being s;nrse ly settled whole counties constituted neighborhoods and thoso sntne rondo wero tho llukt which bound tho plon cor In tho outlying districts, far re moved from tho soltlwiients to civili zation nnd woro tho arteries through which nil social Intorcourto flowed. It was over thwo roads thnt the plntor nnd his family drovo to church or to tho county seat when couit was In sesblon or during county fulr week; over which tho white-cov ered wagons of Initulgrnntn bound for tho far west with nil their goods nnd chattels passed; (hat sore-footed pod- lera trod, taking their packs from houEcr to hottso; In' fact ovor v.'hlcU nil tho community, rich and poor alike. had to go, ko had roads wns n hard Bhlp'common t6 all. In thoso days much of tho travel was dono on horsobnek and even on foot from plnce to placo In tho county, nnd tho only conveyances wero the heavy and cutnborsomo wngon3 drawn by oxan or mules, and nenrly alwnye made In tho county nnd often times pn tho farm, for at (,1ut timo most of tho larger farms had a blacksmith shop. Carriages wero a luxury that only n fow of thn inoro prosperous could afford, noma of them costing ns high ns $1.200.00. Tho, lato Aaron Ilrnco, owner br tho rambus old Hruce or Klmoro farm on. tho Lexington road, had a family cnrrlagu Kent him from Cincinnati In tho TiOs, which If said to hnvo cost that nisjtiiiit, (tho prlco of a. good automobllo nt prrs ppt) and which wns long tho prldo of tho entire, neighborhood. These car rinses, with tho'hlgb so.ttrlu front for the iictjro coachman, tha sinullcr sent behind for tlo small no-jro boy, wlioae duties Included opening th numprom gatcs( through which they passed, audt when tliey-'nrivod at their destina tion, oppnlug tho bftttvy B.da doors nnd lotting down tho folding, stops, ureeque sight ulons tup old, tatl,' drawn by u spnu of handsome cntrln.He horses, with high polMmd "gear," and, whero the roads required stronger pulling, Missouri tniilr.t htm Lt ring ntotiK over tho ruts nnd rocke, llottuderlng In abysmal ntud-holoti, clambering tlowly up long hU uml claltciln;: noisily down thn olhur side, and pulling up with itiui-h pomp lu I Iff main si i eel or Arrow Itoclt or Miami or tho Marshall square, whr the henil of lht ratully u'centottlonsly "Itandrtl out" llm ladlea of tho party, dressfd In the eouvoiillonul hoflp ekltls und poke hontii Is of the ' I Ob uml T.(i.i. Tuo Old Stnlo ltoad or Siuila 1-V Trail, which following the river ur troni lSoonvllle to Arrow Hock, left It there, ati 1 striking off nrroi.i roun tty through tho prnlrlo pun the tiny vlllngo of Marsliull nnd throuh the "Hrnnd Pa," made n nhort" cul across tho big river bend, striking the Missouri ngalti nl Wnvorly. This road, over whtrh nil tho best bound tir.vel piisaeil Santa Fo traders, long wn:mt trains of western honteseekcra, the dally roach from hoonvlllo to Lot IdbIoii, the hoavlly Indeti hemp wax ohm bound for the nearest liver lutirt Inr. runners with their old fauhloiird airing waaona or "Denrborns," b they wrre eolled. tngelher with nutn eions horamiien mid pedestrlmia - wan u- ually In hetltr condition llian any other road or the county. A iter lonr- Ing Marshall the preseui Hnnta Ke Trail or Lexington Hond runs alotta but llltlo or Its original route. Two and otii-lifiir tn 1 1 cm otlhwcst or town, nlonv thn old U'llitmtnii or --(IiKltnan farm, there Is it r.lritch of 'he original lead, running norllniest und suutli lust, which h corn nmln lu from o: tho Iirute placo and coiitlnuliig on In thn Siiline church, hut most of the olri trail bus been straightened by the comity court' at thu petition of the land owners, by running along section Unci. Tlieio Is more of tint old ronilr bowevcr helu'oan Mmrshall nnd Arrow Hock, along which many or the older forms ware shaped by the road,- nuJ whero It was to no ndvnntago to straighten It. The old I'linwood road, running west from Mnrshnll, was nenrly al ways In hnd condition, na ludrrd It If et, largely because of Its running thr ough u narrow rut east nnd west out of the swoop of. tho wind, which drl tho north and outh roads ro much sooner, The lltowimlllo of "Salt Pond" road, lending to the prcfcut Sweot Springs, mndo up ot short turns, which gives It tho nppearnnce on the map of n tll?ht orutalr-stop.1, was nl(o i terror of tho nld-t Inters nnd many 'nro tho tales or wagons und carriages mired Jti It's bottomlprs sloujhs. I.ntur when the Missouri Pnclflc caiue f.if dttsh. It wns the much traveled road to tho nenrest railroad station for nl ntct the cntlro county. Old lottlnni toll of trains of u hun dred v.-nguns loaded with hemp along tho' Arrow ltock, Miami and Cam brldgo roadn and they say It was a good day's trip to nny or theso points rront tho center or tho county. Scv-onty-tlvo wagon loads or hemp nrc said to hnvo lore tho O'llnnnoii farm In ono long train to bo loaded on steamboats for St. Louis or Louisville. Hard pullers thoio oxon und mules had to bo to navigate tho botes and rills'" of tint Miami io.nl. which ford ed Salt Fork and ran through sonic very rough ' country hoforo striking tho high prairies ot the Falrvllle ills irlct. Ono of tho oldest thoroughfares In tho county Is tho old road running, wEnl-trom Mf. Carmol church. Walt er Williams' claims that this is part of tho original Santa Fa trail, and what wo nt prosont know hy that name Is ot n much later date. Ho rays thnt the Santa -Fo trail croescd tho Missouri river nt Arrow Hock, Instead of run ning on the south sldri of tho river from Ilaonville, nnd that It struck off northwest past Orearvlllo to tho Salt Fork bend, thepco north to Mt. Car-, mel church nnd on to Grand Pass, which road antedated tho settlement of tho county and tho estubllslmiout of tho stjtc- road nnd which was. usad't's a tral bpforo uny or the land of. (hli soctloii was entered from tho government.-' ' ( Horaco Orc.clcy said that "flood, fronds' and schoolmasters were were thb best-abls pr civilisation," nn. whjlq'tha' road or this conntraro tin t)oubtilly iniprovomonrs ovor thpsc o' our fnthors' times, Uioro Is etlll a great" deal, or room for mpro Improve met atjd wo hape that tho prcsonWen- eratloij may in -tho next 2G years drive. hlik-powored cars over as fino t JOHN BABOER BROWNED John W. Ilarger, -4R years-oM. w-is drnniietl Wodifmlii) evoulti?, nv , nt about S o'clor-h wlillo aAlMititlng In pnnnd on tho farm of Vi.t. K.-lu-r two tnlleii .nmlir of Msrshsll. Itergrr wna mnpioyed on tlio Jnrm o Ur. M. T. Cliautalu and had gone, with two other boys ir the neighbor, he oil, to the Keller pond to r. -t pooled ofr from thn hot days work, llargor became cramped and sank In the cenur of the pond. With the alJ o, h stein the body waa recovered nt about is o'clock Wcdnealay nlht. A lnrgo ttumbor of M-ople from Marshall wont lo. the srene of tho drowning Wednoaday evening to alt' In recovering llm body. Coroner J. H. Comtell hold an lu Jest nt tho Campbell A Sharfcr tin dertaklng rooniB Thitreday tnornliiK ine tiuroriuimlo hoy ha h ho.v.r near Ilrlstol, Tenn.. and Iraves a fa ther, motli'-r. two sisters and a broth r to mourn his death. The broth- ;r, Hiiburl ilarger, works on tin Welch farm In the m-hhlmrhood Juh Mouthuoat of Marshall. Tha deceased carried a l.i)i Volloy In tho New York LI'e which wrnt only tnnde out last March hi the contjwny'a resident ar'ont here. l 15. Klhler, nnd waa lu favor of his brothor Hubert. t m 1 3 i For.Makieg Fujjfe, J ked FooB. A.Moxf; on: Pttncxns. Tho following nra now suUrriberf or rouawnlit tho pait week: Mrs. Llllle Wltcher, IlUrkwaUr. Con O'lCwfe, Kanaaa o:ty. A. J. Odell, Naptou. J. It. llayiinr. Slater. S. 12. Hill, Lnmonte. J. N. Slolsworth. Illuo Lick, Clove Ford, Malta Itcinl. Mrs. Mary Yowell. H. I, Marshall. Prod Stranch, It. I. Marahall. i:. C. Morrill, It I. Slater. O. II, Madorle, H -I, Marshall. H. H. Ilonicloy, Arrow Hook. J. A. II. Hfprbauiu, At row Hock. I). Laivleax. Arrow Hock. Mrs. .lease Morris, Marshall. A. 0. Morris, KUalnuno, Ploilda. V. O. Hilton, Marshall. Henry Tostmeyer, (illliant. Nick liuan, C.llllnni. P. L. Crimes, Slater. II. A. Hngedorn, Slater. Dr. H. P.. King, ainter. John Melsl, Slator. Norman Chnrree. Marahall. Clarence Tucker, Sinter. 1-Mwanl Shannon, Swoat Sprlnga. Hr. .1. S. McKee. Marshall. U. W. Ilogatt. llltio I, Ink. Mrs. P. U. Martin, Molwrly. IHUT-JIOUNtlW. Clint leu lllrt snd Miss Nau.-y Mor row, both of Miami, woro married at tho office of Juslleo lllram Perrll In Marshall Mny 28, 19 1 a. Otto llatton, who nsslstad Tom Hlgtiey lu painting the Howard hotel building last week, fell :t) foot from n step ladder Thursday, He wa ronsldorully shakrn up but was able to rcRiinio Ills work. j I V" '''' r I bwderl makes Fine arid Wholesome Biscuit, Qelicious Cake and Pastry . -1 No Alum No Lime Phosphate Mr. mimniAv kki-xpin. hxtkhtaik. atokiv. i u. and Mrs. C. J. O'qucst inter-' Mr, ami Mra. C. .cSci.nV tallied at lliilr romtrv home nr-.tr tallied vcrv rayxlly7Sb:a uti-.i n Shtiikelfilrd a llntetd number o- thren-to.irse illnnur JSfn'day ut i friends and rotai'.vts liuniay, May country Home. Thtmollbwl.! ; 2.1. The ncivtoii waa In honor otipresrnt: Rev. C. gfttcox. I. Mrs, O'ofiMt's blrtlMtay. vvkiU tbarej Venule'. J huIJorWTOrnest V. wore no cnndlca burnlaj to vtxnifr ! Hardin 8anuld. Fatln3garrD. ' bor age, tha guests wra Mten i.; 1 Herndon. 0.-4 ?yl?Ufe,iwwKli,. .. her To have attaIn(Vriiont Ur llfi'.e-; Itllly Kt:. Tlutj KotriggHsa th mlUHtone. At any rate Mr-. ! l'-rndon. uia Kairii. illiSlo ti,. O'uuast bears her yams llfrhtly iindLi:e KMth. KrrTmi lCgti. X. wonia.lke, Inalsta that attj Is net Kt-frn. !d MneMjEsTher K ' vwytild." IDoro Ko-rher. -aalKrtirnt 1 At the noon hour an elegant dlu- J'rs. Fount Krr '6lnTSll'ie 1' tier waa rved. Those present wero tir. Martha Mlfti. 'iBHfclh- Mr. and M13. J. It. MacDowell end' "" u iluoshters. Mtsafa Kit oh aA Knrah. .1 tr.-V iit?StV Mrs. J. S. Howard ami dauahter. ' Masev 11. JAnBSf!t.' v Mrainw, mt. ana Mrs. j. m. Mnm-. Jackravt. or T?a Sotitlt bury and daughters. Mlsa Hcna, Rnby J 0;id M-a Vera ISTjunroA t ana ituin, Misses .noii ityaa ana aieJys Wllholt, nil of Marahall, and decide O'uueat of Slater. t. 11 I hiuter wire marrlciiafntBtae I'. Or Tli.tr 'a. tor v ' tc ilan parsonag in cve'ilng. May 12 by I'rf b ti-rUu ehun .MAKlHACi: LICK.MICl j newly married cpu Reorge Selilue. Ulackburn and , hoaeU'ei.injt lu S Htuillle Rchkop, Ulackburn. : aroom has a ikmlt W. M. McRlnnli, Sweet SprJajw and , Pmou lr.udw.iro Mamie (Isrrlton, Ulaekburn. .that ulue. Crl Sttlle, Slater and Lea V.ny : '- Sltmett. Slater. Ned Itainea. Nelson and May Cun ningham, Nelson. Chailea Hurt, Miami and Nauc Morrow, Miami. Ooorgo H. Shaffer. Marshall and May i:. Hurt. .Marshall. sUBRtuorc. nlSnkvo c u. latSnjfcv.hin Lonlln' thir 1 i,-atauilglli.-.- ri 1 "7 fystom of roads as can b.o found In the o:it!ij country, xpf Sallno county with lis unlimited iiQslblHHes should pot bo behlil ,any section qf mid Me west In making subUntial liniirovc- lucnts in ;toplug v,HU her prosperity, cbloken cooti at mldtilaht HAS TWO I.IVH WOIiVHS. Tho wolvfM aro at our door, but paytng up your subssrlptlon won't help 'in this caio. Our ueljrhbor. Hen Kvsus. this week received two; ycung wolves City, KMwae has out them In a cnge for anyone look at. They are cute little fellow who look better in n cage than In the FOR One Piano Household Furn iture., RugSf Carpets etc. Also 1 good sis:- 1 from a frlen.l In Jewell, yQy and hariieSS. , K. H. Oetman, and he " IJa Jtmc HI ' s Dr. G. i'Sftclific'd, MAKSHiAliTMO I WEAR HURLEY'S "BUZZARD 1" THE PLEASANT FEfc'LING OXFORD. . $5.00 INVESTMENT. Your five toes lay natural. No pinching in tho Buzzard, mister, no crowding just easy. Try tho Buzzartl this time ! Ulaclv Vici Kid-looks like th s picture ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIRING. HOUX BROS! 1 1 I I . 1 . ''jSI IT 1 . 1 " . '1 V .V..