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lira. Hattih Uullhtt, Correipondent.
Fob. 8. Oullctt and Wood sold 10
hoad of horses nnd mulos slnco our
last, and bought a number.
Wo wero serenaded tho third tlmo
Monday night. Como again, you aro
A C Kohlor butchered Friday.
J P Kohlcr's wcro at A C Kohlor's
Karl Gullctt visited Wayno Preston
Mrs John Brown's relative, from
McClaln County, 111., has gone homo.
Mrs A Funk has returned homo.
How tho rabbits did suITcr.
Mr Gullott's slstor Mrs Hyatt, who
has boon visiting hero and In Craw
ford County, with hor slstor has been
Tonic Stowart Is at homo.
Mr and Mrs Frank Mvors and sls
tor Ina woro tho guest of tholr brother
Georgo Seymour Friday night.
Merssrs Gullctt, Earl and Fred
Kesslor spent Friday oveniug with Mr.
J 1' Kohler.
Rov Hamilton went to seo his daugh
ter In Moran Saturday. Ho sold his
Jurui for 2,800 hundred.
Thursday night just as wo had said
lights out a sled load drovo np to our
door and commenced to ahom-ahem
and then they sang soveral vocal se
lection. Thero wero Mr and Mrs Fos
ter Funk, Willio Lowry, Myrtol Max
son, Druo and Claud Stewart, Richard
and Bculah Kohlor. Thoy warmed by
tho gas at J P Kohlor's and sang. Wo
treated tho crowd to apples and
thanked them for tholr solectlons.
Friday night a sled load sang sev
ral solectlons for our benefit. Wo
did not know tho crowd only wo hoard
Myrtel Maxson'svolco and her brother
Ralph. Thoy halloood bod tlmo and
good night and drovo on.
NORTH MAPLE GROVE.
Lora Fim, Correipondent.
Fob 10 Tho young folks have been
ranking tho most of tho lino slolghlng.
A merry crowd of about forty in thrco
sleds woro out ono night last wceek.
Ira Kcrwood has beon qulto ill with
Georgo Anderson is very sick with
Hattio Kettle has bcon out of school
for some tlmo on account of a Tory
severo soro throat. Morloy Wisner
has also been unablo to attend school.
Kenneth Wright is fast recoToriog
!froi tho chicken pox.
Mrs L S Searles Is dangerously ill.
Will Green and family have moved
out of town and will Hvo with Mr and
Chris Troutwlne has bought a bar
ker shop in Iola. Eugono Tarman
"will assist him In conducting tho busi
ness. DISTRICT No. 38.
i ilmv Moore, Correspondent.
Fob10 There will bo a box suppor
and literary programmo atjtho Odenso
school house Saturday ovonlng Fob
ruary 20. All aro cordially Invited to
A number of young peoplo of this
vicinity attended a skating party at
Mr. Seantlins last Thursday evening.
Mr Ard and Miss Lilllo Huss called
at F N Mooro's last Wednosday oven
ing. Mrs Emanuel Olson Is improving
Earl Hunter of Lcanna visited with
Harry Mooro last Monday evening.
Otolia Olson and Gertrudo Nolson
Tisltod tho Odenso school last Friday
Mr and Mrs F N Mooro and daugh
ter Fannlo visited at John Campbells
Myrtlo, Voster and Emory Olson,
Estolla Mooro, Frederick Johnson
a id Carl Nolson of Odonse wore
among thoso that took tho common
school oxamlnatlon at Fairvlow laBt
Miss l'earl Stnrkey, Correspondent.
Feb. 4 News was scarce last vreok
on account of tho cold woather but the
peoplo havo bogun to stir again.
Thoso who had sleighs made good
uso of them while the snow lasted.
Mr. Hawkins and wifo, of Mound
Valley, visited at Mrs. Barnott's last
Wra. Starkoy was holping Bob Bur
nett got wood up from tho timber last
Walker Boan and son, Bel, of Hum
boldt visitod at Mr. Allen's lastFrlday.
Mr. Ell Rodgors' baby is on the sick
J. A. Bivolbiss and family visited
at BlckorBons' Monday.
Mrs. Barnott and children visited
Mrs. Hawkins at Mound Valley
Wra. Starkoy had a very sick horso
Harry Smith has sold his farm in
Pawnoo county and has bought N.
Kommer's property at Humboldt.
Ray Harnett had a tooth pullod
Miss Ivy, toachor of our school gavo
a program, Friday, in honor of tho
birth of Kansas and McKlnloy, which
was woll rondorod. Sho took up a
collection at tho ond of tho program
und tho amount rocolvod toward Mo
Klnloy's monumont was 40 cents.
A Texas Wonder
HALL'S GREAT DISCOVERY.
One small bottlo of Hull's drcat Discovery
cures nil kidney and bladder trouble, removes
(Travel, cures diabetes, nominal emissions,
Weill; mid lume bucks, rheumatism nnd all
rrcifulniltles of tho kidneys and bladder In
both men and women, iciiulatcs bladder
troubles In cliildrcn If not sold byyoiirdrmr,
Klst, will be sent by mall on receipt of Jl 00.
Ono RiunU bottlo Is two mouths' treatment and
will cum uny case above mentioned. Dr. K.
V. Hall, solo manufacturer. I". O. llox Cti'l, Ht
Louis. Mo. Send for testimonials. Bold by
all il rill? (,'lsls.
Bowling Green, Mo., July 111, 180!).
-To Br. E. W. Hall, St. Louis, Mo.
-Boar Sir: Wo have been helling
your Texas Wonder, Hall's Groat
Discovery, for two years, and recom
mend it to any one sulToriug with any
kldnoy trouble as being the best ruin
edy wo have over sold. Yours truly,
Puun'i:i.l & Davis.
Mrs. C. Garrison, Contspomlent
Fob 2 This Is surely nlco sluighlug
Wo aro grieved to noto tho death of
our beloved , neighbor, Mrs Ernest
Binder, whoso death occurred last
Tuesday at tho hospital in Topcka.
Her son Edd was with hor and brought
tho body down to Yates Center. Tho
funeral was hold at the Gorman church
and burled In tho German cemetery.
Mrs Llndor has lived on tho farm
whoro horself and husband located In
tho GO's, surrounded by hor family
and many kind neighbors who mourn
and regret her loss very )much. Sho
leaves an aged husband, who at tho
proscnt Is very sick, ono son and four
daughters. Sho was a devoted and
earnest Christian and in tho last few
years of her llfo boro much sulTerlng
which finally caused hor death, whllo
rallying from an operation at tho hos
pital. Tho family havo tho sympathy
In of tholr many friends in thts, tholr
greatest loss, of "Mothqr."
Will Stevens was visiting at C Gar
Ollio Grlllln has been lending aid
and kindly sympathy to Mr LIndor's
family through tho absenco and doath
of Mrs Lindcr.
Slnco tho ground hog had to sco his
shadow today wo hope this will bo ono
of tho signs that fall In dry weathor.
Mr Whoaton and F B Grlllln spent
last evening at C Garrison's.
Ye scrlbo Tlslted hor mother, Mrs
Mas. Flora E. Jounson, Corrtwpondtnt.
Fob 5 Ira Towusond hauled house
hold goods for Bavo Harris from
Vornon and Burlington to IoU last
week. Mr Harris has work thero and
will mako his homo thoro.
Florence Hlllbrant visited Pearl
Clarence Roush Is working for Guy
Bob.Cornoll and Rov Booo roturned
from Chanuto Mondny whoro thoy vis
ited rolativos for a fow days.
Abo Townsend hauled a load of
turnips to Iola Thursday.
Thero was a dance at Curtis Cor
nell's Thursday night.
Wo hopo our mall carrier will soon
bo able to resumo work.
Kato Frloscheinmyor Is visiting Mrs
.To tui Sicka.
Sam Roush moved into the house on
his father's farm Monday.
Molllo Cornell has hor sister stay
ing with her at present.
Anna Booo visited ye scrlbo Thurs
day. Mrs Murphy visitod Mrs Hufforn
Ira Townsend" and wifo aro sick with
Friday night is literary night at
Tho farmers of this community aro
more hopoful of good crops noxt year
slnco this last snow came and is stay
ing so woll. This Is Ono woather for
Thoro was a dance at Petor John
son's Tuesday night. It was woll at
tondod and overyono enjoyed them
sohes. Thero will bo another danco
at tho same placo on Thursday night,
February 13. Evorybody invited to
PLEA8ANT VALLEY HILL.
Miss Osboen, Correipondent.
Feb. 5. How billy tho ground-hog
must havo felt.
Goo. Ellis has beon cutting hedgo
for Harry Culuortson for wood.
Erroll and Lin Sloan carao up from
tholr work near Neodosha tho last of
tho weok. They found no gas In this
last woll thoy wcro working on.
Chatito McKInnoy who has beon
visiting in Franklin county returned
Eb Bui rd marketed a load of corn
In Humboldt Saturday.
A mover wagon passed through our
nolghborhodd tho first of tho weok.
Miss Ruby Christy wont to Hum
boldt Saturday and had a tooth taken
Will Ellis '.has beon getting baled
straw of his sou Georgo.
Thoro was qulto a crowd from Sulem
at prayer mooting at tho Valley last
Wednosday ovonlng, thinking
meetings woro still going on and
joying tho lino slolghlng,
Mr Hayso has a cow on tho lift.
Ralph Ellis has been hauling
for his grandma,
Wo wero very ujueh shocked and
Glfanaoa ami Iwalitllira the hair,
l'MmntM luxuriant frrowth.
Utivcr Fail! to Restore Oray
Italr to Its Youthful Color.
TrtTrntl llandniff and hair falling
grlovcd to hoar of tho death of our
friend and nolghbor, Mrs Llndor of
tho Owl Creek neighborhood, which oc
curred very suddonly although sho
had been ailing for over a year. Wo
extend our sympathy to tho boroaved
May Fisher Is still staying In Plqua
with Mrs Llzzio Rush."
We havo the pleasure of attending
tho Bculim-Pcck wedding today and
am glad to say Mr and Mrs Bavo
Beahm will bo our nolghbors as soon
as Luto Bealmi gets his house com
pleted on his farm, tho old Hamilton
placo. Mr Shookey will do tho car
Ask WaltorThornton andJtio. Cano
whoro thoy loft their sleigh runners
w noil they went sloigh riding
Mary 1'owisu., Crrepondent.
Fob 5 Clarence Miuon the young
man who has had typhoid fever at tho
homo of A B Mull Is improvUg nicely
and expects to bo ablo to go to his
Grandma Norrls U still very poorly.
Thoro is but little hopes of hr re
covery on account of hor rat age.
Tho friends of Mrs Arnold In this
vicinity is sorry to hoar of her sick
ness and hopo that she will saon ro
gain her health.
Mrs Mull, requests us
that W M A meeting
will be post-
poncd from the 12th until somo time
lator on account of sickness at hor
Mrs Mason who has been ticking
caro of her sick son at the homo of A
B Mull's returned to her home in
Our school is preparing to jive an
entertainment and basket social In the
Tho second quarterly meeting will
bo hld nt this placo Sunday the 10th.
Rev. Vezle tho presiding eldtr will
begin tho meeting on Friday night and
continue over Sunday.
.1.0 Inman, Correspondent.
Fob. 10. Frod Flechtl, foroman of
tho brick layers at tho Kansas
smelters returned to Gas last
Saturday with his bride. Thoy
have taken ono of tho now cot
tages In tho north part of town
and will make this their futuro homo.
Tho smoltcr boys gavo Fred a rousing
old recoption last Saturday night.
After bombarding his castlo for about
an hour thoy wero treated royally and
Mr and Mrs .IB Wilson, ofLallarpo
called on your correspondent Sunday
ovonlng. J B Is Mr Coo's assistant In
Tho now furnaces, throe and four, at
tho Cherokeo smelter will start soon.
Geo Sptekolmtor, ono of our loading
carpenters has raised tho framo of his
four room residence ono block oast of
tho Thompson houso.
Thero has been a protracted mooting
In progress at tho Gas City school
houso by tho Holiness peoplo slnco
last Monday night, February 4th with
good attendanco, and somo Interest Is
bolng manifested. It will continue tho
rest of tho week.
Improvements aro still rolng on all
over town. Wo seo lumber unloaded
In soveral places this morning.
Harry Gammals, working at Itbo
Prime Western Smoltor, dumping,
rvas struck by a blow-out car on tho
shoulder and tho muscle of his log
badly hurt. His Injury will lay him
up for soveral days.
Emll Goes who Is working at tho
Cherokee smoltor on tho furnace had
his oyo badly burned this morning by
C. F. IUuTit, Correipondent.
Feb 0 M Irani Beeds lost a valuable,
Chits Fankoll hauled straw from tho
Butlorfarm west of tho river.
It boglns to look as though we wcro
going to havo somo winter.
At tho district school meeting Mon
day it was decided 'to closo tho school
till noxt term.
Mrs Byron Adams and hor mother
from Iola spent Tuesday with Mrs.
Tho Barnett boys caught another
wild gooso last wook. This makes the
second ono tho boys havo got and tho
traps aro sot again.
'hla ilxnaturo Is on every box of tho gonulno
'rtUalive BromoQiiininc Tabicu
romeiiv ('' c.lri tl ono lw
Mirs Hull Krynouis, Correspondent.
Fob. 4. This morning about olovon
o'olosk Yo Scrlbo and mothor smelt
smoko and burnt wood burning In tho
houso and npon Investigation found
tho parlor lloor near tho Ichlmnoy In
a blazo. caused by a spark falling
down tho tluo on a rug lying in front
of tho llroplaco. Tho loss will be
Rov. Booo and Cornoll of Plqua,
staid at Mr. Cochran's Sunday night.
Laura Carvor returnod to her homo
in Emporia on Mondnay of last weok.
J. W. Stout, Correspondent.
Fob 10 Tho wlntor Is staying with
May McGurk went to Iola Saturday
to accept a position as stenogranher.
Mr and Mrs Howcrton of Xenla,
woro visiting their daughter near
Thoro aro several hauling saw logs
to Guyer's saw mill this snowy
G C Hlnes went to Springfield Sat
Ryo McCoy has bought forty acres
of land from Ellis Doughty.
Tho boys In this neighborhood had
a big wolf hunt last Friday but did
not capture! any wolves.
Kills Doughty has rented Charley
Wolf's farm for this year.
Elmer Howorton of Xenla was visit
ing his sister near Bayard Saturday.
Yo scrlbo and wifo went to Kansas
City last Sunday where tho latter will
probably remain for a month for
treatment at tho Bethany hopltal.
SOUTH MAPLE GROVE AND CEN-
(JnontiM M. Lash, Correspondent.
Fob 10 Fred Piopor and Ed Max
woll holpcd Will Woods haul fodder
Ethel Lash returned from Lecomp
ton last Saturday, whoro fcho has been
attending school. Sho was compelled
to glvo up her work on account of 111
Ed Maxwell sold somo fodder to G.
M. Roynolds of Fairvlow.
Mrs O G Crawford and children
leave today for their homo near Al
Mr Ross is in thts neighborhood
canvassing for tho Parson's nursery.
Nino pupils from Central Avenue
school and ono from Maplo Grovo
took tho county examination last Sat
urday at Humboldt.
Charloy Downs and family havo
moved on his mother's farm In Cot
tago Grovo and Mr Brown occupies
Mrs Ellio Morris and son of Lyndon,
Kansas, aro visiting tho famly of J W
J W Stevens lost a valuablo horso
Oscar Laver Is cutting hedgo for
Mr and Mrs Gerkln visited at Mr
Fob 12 Mr Bohm and family moved
to LaHarpo last weok.
MIsb Olmstoad, tho county superin
tendent, visited the school last weok.
Mr. J W Edwards and son, Luther,
hold a public sale at the farm of tho
former, last weok. Mr J W Edwards
is having a houso built in Iola; which
ho and his wife will occupy when com
pleted. Mr Franklin Smith is having a
houso built in La Harpe and when
completed ho and his family will move
Mr Arthur Edwards went to Iola
Wednesday of last week where ho Is
to servo on tho grand jury.
Roport of Pleasant Prairlo school
for tho month ending February 7th.
Number of pupils enrolled: malos 17,
females 9, total 20. Average attend
ance: malos 10, femalos !), total 25.
Thoso neither absent nor tardy aro
Ray and Hazol Edwards, Edna Burtch,
Gertlo Jonos, Claro Smith and Harry
Barker, Addlo Thompson, toacher.
Claro Smith and Willie Jonoa took
tho common school oxamlnatlon at
La Harpo Saturday.
Miss l'earl Starkoy, correspondent.
Llttlo chango In tho woathor slnco
our last writing butisstill coldonough
Somo of tho peoplo in this vicinity
aro still engaged in hauling wntsr and
Mr Disco and Ray BoWItt spent
Sunday morning at Mr Starkoy's.
Thero was a tiro at Mr. Fred Hym
keo's homo Saturday ovonlng which
did a groat of damago on account of
not bolng discovered In tlmo. H6
left his homo In tho morning and did
not reach homo in tlmo to savo but a
fow things from tho last room that was
burning. Ho was very sorry Jfor tho
fow keopsakeslho had, which can novor
bo- roplaced and his now buggy which
was also lost In tho lire. Wo havon't
hoard how it caught fire.
Mr Willio Starkey spent Wednes
day night at Mr Irwin's, whoro ho Is
taking lessons on his violin.
Mr Davo Allorston's llttloboy broko
his limb yostorday evening. Wo
haven't learned how It happened.
A small congregation attended Sun
day school yostorday on account of
chilly woathor and rough roads.
Situated In tho Southwestern part of
Iowa and Northwostorn part of
Missouri, in tho beso corn bolt
in tho United Statos.
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and prices. Agents wanted
Q. E. McELHOY, Ulanchanl, low
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tsVyT? 3) I"! KL WL. W market nmU good price
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Feb 11 -Willio Grogman returned to
his position in Kansas City last Fri
The proceeds of tho (' M B A enter
tainment and dance, after tho oxpon
sos were' paid wus $61.00
Thero were not very many speakers
at the contest Saturday night on ac
count of tho bad woather.
J O Brown and Charlie Slack vis
ited In Yatos Center Sunday.
Mrs Albert Hecox of Iola spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Mr Bryants.
Mrs. Georgo Sloan visited Mrs Al
dorman and attouded tho contest Sat
Mr Draper spent Sunday ovonlng
at Georgo Grogmans.
Logan Wright has commenced to
movo to town.
Mr O'Donnoll Is going to movo on
his farm and Mr Loonoy's will Hvo In
tho houso ho vacatos.
Jim Purcell and Cartio Harper ran
away and wero married last Friday.
Their many friends wish them much
joy. Saturday night about fifty men
and boys gavo them somo music with
sloigh bolls, guns and tin pans. Jim
set up tho cigars and candy, then the
boys wished them much joy ard went
Mis II attlo Wllbcr Correspondent
Fob 10 Mrs Albert Butt is on tho
Mr Guy Keller and wifo, spent Sun
day with Mr Everett Williamson and
Mr Arthur Wlber gavo us what ho
called an ''open secret" Monday, but
wo have by many years of observa
tion found that thoro is truth In tho
old old adago "thero is many a slip
'twlxt tho cup and tho lip." Thoro
foro wo aro far two conservative to
toll it to tho Rixiisteu until wo seo
ust what action Probato Judgo Smith
akes upon tho subject.
Mr Fred Palstrlng mado a business
trip to Humboldt Monday.
A few of tho young people wero
skating Sunday night.
Tho dark cloud hung over Mr nnd
Mrs Jewoll homo, until tho death
angel stepped In and took away tholr
llttlo daughter, Ivy, at 3 o'clock p m.
Hor death was causod from dropsy.
A Cashier Testifies.
Gentlemen: After twenty years of
aches and pains caused by constipa
tion brought on by sedentary habits,
I havo found moro relief In two bottles
of Dr. Caldweil's Syrup Popsin than
all of tho hundreds of other romodloj
I havo tried, and I take ploasuro in
giving you this testimony, believing
you havo tho llnost preparation mado
for stomach trouble.
Very truly yours,
D. F. Lanc-e,
Cashier Wabash R. R., East St. Louis.
Sold by Kinno & Son, Moran; W.
J. Waters, LaHarpo, and C. B. Spen
W. S, Lttli, Corraipondent.
Fob 11 Mr Glllis and wifo aro both
sick. Br Copo of Humboldt is attend
ing them. Mrs Nooner of Chanuto Is
staying with them and holping to take
cure of them.
Mr Munzert mot with a serious
accident in Iola. His team becamo
frightened at tho electric cars and run
the wagon off ovor a culvert and
throw him out and badly bruised him.
L K Fronk bought a fino short horn
bull of John Balo of Humboldt.
Monday was a regular moving day.
J W Lowor movod to Gas CltyjCooreo
Crowoll moved ovor to tho farm va-1
cateu by ijower; wanun btauiror will
movo on to tho farm vacated by
Crowoll. W S Lytlo moved Mrs
Bosslo Halstoad's household goods to
Frank HuiTord Is doing II V Glllis1
work for him while ho Is sick.
To Cure a Coldlluone Day
Take Laxativo Brorao Quinine Tab
lots All druggists rofund tho money
If it falls to euro. E. W. Grovo .
signature is on each box. 25o.
Hail to Conquer or Dip..
"I was just about gone," wrltos
Mrs. Rosa Richardson, of Laurel
Springs, N. C, "I had Constipation
so bad that tho host doctors said I
could not llvo moro than a month, but
I began to uso Dr. King's Now Bts
covory and was wholly cured by sovon
bottlos and am now stout and woll."
It's an unrivaled llfo-saver In Con
sumption, Pnoumonlu, La Grippo and
Bronchitis; Infalllblo for Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Hay Fovor, Croup or
Whooping Cough, Guaranteed bot
tlos Goo and 81.00, Trial bottlos froo
at Evans Bro's drug storo.
MrstJeo Malcom Correspondent.
Feb. 11.- And still it snows. Sat
urday and Sunday morning it snowed
in the sunshine.
There were threo wagons of Indians
camped near tho bridge Sunday.
Mr Amos Wright was putting up
Ico Inst weok.
Grandma Crane was quite sick Fri
day ovonlng and Saturday. Dr.
Slaven's was called in and soon sho
was resting by his medical assistance
and at this writing wo aro glad to
noto sho Is much better. Mrs. Crano
Is In her 81th year. Her many friends
wish hor good health may bo restored.
Mr A Spurrer of Iowa, brother of
Mrs Uanns, went to Iola Wednesday
evening and roturned Saturday. Mr.
Spurrer went over to look uround the
gas cities. Wo hopo ho will find him
self a good location and will mako up
his mind to slay with us and then thero
will bo others como to locate hero
from his old home.
Tho temperance lectures wero well
attended and a goodly number signed
tho pledge. Thoy closed Friday even
ing. Mrs Clauil Fenders received tho sad
nows of her sister, Mrs Rlnehart of
Topeka, Is not expected to Hvo and
doath is expected at any tlmo. Mrs.
Rlnehart Is allllcted with tho dreadful
dlseaso of consumption.
Thero Is a sorlos of meetings bolng
held at tho Holiness church this week.
Will Roberts of Colony was In town
Friday on business.
Mrs Choll Crane started to Chicago
Dr. Allen was called In Thursday to
seo C Fender's llttlo son Walter who
was qulto sick but Is bettor at this
Professor Harding had some trouble
Tuesday with a pupil, Mr. Lano who
was under Miss Herdman's teachings
Mr. Lano would not obey the rules
nnd tho Professor took him In chargo
and ho still roFisted. After somo time
put In talking and reasoning with the
young man ho concluded tho best plan
was to obey tho teachers' rules. Wo
do hopo this will loarn tho pupils a
gowd lesson to obey tho school laws.
Nella Reed Is assisting Mrs Claud
Fenders with her work.
Thero aro union revival services
being held at tho Presbyterian church
H. W. l.EJiAHTtcit, Correspondent.
Fob. f. Feed Is getting to bo quite
scarce In this neighborhood. Quito a
number of farmers aro hauling baled
straw from Noosho Falls.
Rov W S Wilson camo over fro m
Lono Elm yesterday on business.
Mr Christian returned to his homo
in Indiana today.
Tho young folk aro enjoying the
snow hugely judging from tho sound
D F Gllkeson and family, of Iola,
wero visiting at his father's last weok.
Tho sick folk aro all convalescont
Miss EramaEckler Is staying In Iola
Alta Dunlap butchered a bcof last
Fob 12 Charles Wheolor of Mont
gomery county visited relatives hero
Georgo Anderson is sick with pneu
monia. Feed and water aro both getting to
bo very scarco articles In this cornor
of tho county. Several of tho farmors
are hauling baled straw from Neosho
Mrs I H Lomasters of Iola is spend
ing a fow days with relatives.
R B Arnold is an tho sick list from
a complication of old troubles,
Roport of Carlylo school, Blstrlct
No 2, for month ending February 7,
1002. Names of thoso neither absont
nor tardy during tho month: Edward,
Olivo, Anna and Ella Vozio, Llla,
Lora and Bosslo Wilkinson, Frod,
Mary, John, Besslonnd Poarl Mealsy,
Ollio Sutherland, John Ecklcr and
Claudia and Chauncoy Sawyer. Hon
or roll, grammar grade: Ollio Suther
land, Edward, Anna and Olivo Vozio,
and Clnudia Sawyor; lntormcdinto
grado, Ella Vozio and Fred and John
Moaloy; primary grado Bosslo Wilkin
son, and Bosslo and Poarl Moaloy.
Number enrolled 22. Averago dally
attendanco 21, Cases of tardiness 0.
Visitors, Allco Rykor, Nona Long
shorn, Llllio Ruby. Luoy Jonos, Lucy
Arnold, Deer Creek; Win. Vozio. W
S Dickorson. C E Sawyor, Carlyle,
and Rov O L Vozio, Iola. Willio
Mealoy was awardod tho writing prlzo
this month. Mamie Snodgrass of
Carlylo schol was ono of tho lucky
oight to rocolvo a cortlfioato on tho
Jamory's examination. Anna Vo.lo
aiPEua Wilkinson took tho common
school oxamlnatlon Saturday. Mrs
O S Sawyor, toachor.
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