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8, P. M. Allissn Zm) Scjtr!r.f
linsnt ef Schools.
T.tgard school Just weet of Batter
was the first school visited tht
wrk. School wbi not, called until
rnthcrlnfe nnd we did not get to
as nmcli work nn Usual. It ts
very doubtful It this practice of watt
In on tin- puptls ta a good on In
a tmirh Ha It tenIn to encourage a
continuation of t h I prattle and
thoaeprcsent should have the benefit,
of the full tin;.'. The. teacher and
pupils seem to take rood In treat In
their work and In most ways th
school la very satisfactory.
Over at Enterprise, In Charlotte
township, the tenabrr ha pupils
quotat'ona and every pupil m
ready and responded whan called
'1 lie puplla are very quiet and order
ly about their work and responded
wlrh a goad will to the Uat glvao.
Ml Blanche burn of Rich Hill la
teacher nud la doing excellent work,
(has. Croaawhtte ape! led all the
At Belmont they bare a rery large
"A" cbut of puplla all doing g-ood
work and, preparing to take county
graduation. They responded wall
to all work given tbera and made
good abowlnir. The un nmm t
tlielr school aongafor ua and made
our stay with them a moat pleasant
one. The teacher, Prof. McMlcbael
will outer the Normal at Warreua.
Imrg as aoon at the ashool close.
-Mr. McMlcbacl baa the right aptrlt
and la one of our beat teacher.
Over at Grand view they were tak
ing examination and we are pleaaed
to aay they did uot bare to change
a question showing that they are
following the course of study with
out trouble. The puplla were not
given a test aa In moat aahoola but
till work left for thera has been sent
1 u und Is correct. I a this school
Olive Judy, Una Judy and Elsie En
gelhardt spelled all the words.
Victory achool. In Howard Town
ship, ond Llltertyln Wt Point were
uot hi eessIoD,
Over a t Johnson tha work wiu
moving along very nicely and the
pupua are taking good Interest In
the work. Thtaia one of the schools
that baa but few pupils buttbey are
willing workers and bare sent la all
work left for t h tn to do. MUs
Georgia Wallace Is teacher, a n d ts
doing some exceptional! floe draw
leg. .At Amoret they bar aa
dt!onaJy good school and the work
1 goad la all th r.
Stewart baa moat orderly primary
visited. AH the pupils in thta school
reaponded to their work rery readtly
uuKum iug work left for them
to do. The Board here reaponded
to the suggestions made by me on.
o?ruiug improvement and I hare
made one other recommendation
which I hope they wlU Uk up.
This school should put In mors high
school work next year. - .
Over at Mulberry they hare a large
eurollment and a good attendance.
The people are wall pleased with th
school and teacher and aa a result
cooperatiou with the teacher In mak
ing their school the best posetble.
l'rof. Jas. Pahlan Is teacher and Is
doing good work. II found his
scnool in a rery much disorganised
condition but be Is doing ail ha caa
to leave thera In a batter condition
than h e found them. 1 1 Is n o t
ueeeeeary to say he Is succeeding.
A t Crooks school, la Charlotte,
the pupils have decided ta eh.
the name of their school and call It
viiiva urunch. This Is a y.ry good
ua.ue unu we are glad they made
i... vuauge, i neir attendance here
! not as good as la most schools
but those who do utUud are willing
workers. They have don ail work
left for t hem to do.
At Main View every pupils was
present and the attendance has bean
uuuauiuiy good all th y,ar, utsi
Aleua Maddy ta teacher and Is doing
good work. 8be has taught here
for several years and tha board will
do wall to keep her as long as they
cuu, The pupils are diligent and re.
poud with a good will to all work.
Over at Uonsorh Elkhart town
ship they have one of the beat school
house I n the rounty and all are
proud of It us they should be. They
think they hove the beat teacher In
the county and a a result are hav
ing a moat excellent school. Tit
puplla are very orderly and are will-,
lug worker. Wright Bulley pel led
all the word given his grade ' Mia
luo Heck la teacher and take gout
Interest lu bur work and la aatlafyUig
At lt. Veruou the work la moving
well und th teacher and puplla are
doing fine work. The well at this
achool should be looked after by th
patron at their first opportunity,
1 believe they should take this time
to put It In good condition forth
water la uot fit to use a HI. Ml
(11. i lirimut la teacher Mild 1 IkOt
allowing the pupil to drink th
water. . I am quit eurcso i ngu.
lu tbl. '
At Mtatul Center tho puplla are go
Ing to obscrv Arbor dny and plnnt
a few trees on tha school ground.
If necessary I expart to attend and
help tnatn In t h work. I tM'lleve
all schools not having tree set out
on their yard should put out a few
tree la th Spring, It la not ncresa.
ary to wall for any particular dny
snttak lb day that autta your con
dition beat. Thla la another achool
with but lew pupil, however, their
attendance t good and the teacher
Mia Edith Palm keep her pupil In
terested by being Interested herself.
VFllcoTl another s.Miool with but
few pupil bat doing good work,
lite Tern Chapman I teacher and
I doing good work. Her puplla are
willing worker and had their lessons
wall prepared. Ml Chapman gives
careful attention to all parte o f re
citation. Tb Tsachcrs' and Patrons' Mat
ing at Foster was In many respects
the moat auceaMfuI one held. Mr. E.
B. Laughlla on of the patron gave
a very latereatlng talk on the pat
ron Tie wot the achool work. Every
teacher was pleaaed with what be
hod to say. While Laughltn did not
find very serious fault with our
school work la general he did make
soma practical suggestions tin pro ve
tnent along Agricultural line and
uggeatlon that any teacher can
make use of. W ar quite sure th
teacher ar going to work along
those line. We thank Mr. Laughlln
for bla timely remarks.
One very pleasing feature of our
country school teachers' work ts the
god they are doing tn the way of
putting la, libraries and apparatus.
More than twentyfive school have
put I n libraries that we know of,
many hav ordered maps, several
slat blackboard and other equip
ments., lit Zton school. In Walnut
township, ha puttn a good library
and now they ere going to fenc the
sebao! yard with a nice fence all the
result of th teacher' and pupil
Mr. Ben Rand is improving
frontier recent illness, we are
plaased tq note.
Harry Black and son Homer of
Preston, Mans., are visiting re.
Utiles' in 'Keith and are thinking
of staying gntil Spring. .
Misses Islaand Ester Smith
of Rich Hilt spent Sunday with
Misses Julia and Goldie Wheat
Uriah' Ajrers Jr. left Monday
for' Columbia Mo., to attend
school fcr a short term of seven
weegs ' -jns man earner on
roata one. will hare ez'ra mail
and wilt he watched far more
closely. . .
M r .Robert McCulloch i s
horns attain after a two month
stay.inKich tlill for medical aid,
we hope she will bs strong and
Tbs tea social at Reavely chnrch
Friday night was reported an
enjoyable affair. Tea, bun cake,
candy, and oranges were served
Mrs. Ratekin, who has been
aick the past few weeks, is no
no better at this writing we are
sorry to note.
J. A. Borron received a letter
8nnday from Texas' stating that
an accident had happened to his
son James recently. James was
taking his males to water, riding
one when they commence buck
ing and" threw him off, breaking
bis collar bone, dislocating right
shoulder and tearing the liga
meets loose, lie had just moved
out to his new home.
Ed DeKaytre was looking so
high ; couldn't hardly see any
on when he came out to work
last week- A little daughter at
bis bouse, and aunt Tena and
grandma DeNayere are a proud
aa they can b.
Wonder whv so few attended
the onion prayer services at the
different churches. Ye scribe
had intended going every night
but was sick: and not able to be
out of the room. The midweek
p rarer meeting is a service not
not well attended considering
the church membership; ytt
it 1 a vry important one for it
is through prayer we receleva
our spiritual 'trngth and ties
ints. . Sunshinb.
When you are squaring up the
years accounts don't forget the
Tuxuune It may be only a
dutr but it will bvlp,
nkw iioMi; Miuur.iN
Well now h,n n't wo ( n
having Homo wiiitor a r. rl line
woathor for Hleinhinir,
Quito a crow d wi-ro out hunt
inff lat Tliurnd.i.v und tho wny
they killed co', t m tail. uns iot
slow got over four humlred and
lot aa many got, a an v.
Geo. I'eak and vif. spout Sun
day with Mr. Wlu'ol. rs ht ilin
New Hom camp.
8'ith Cope Kit jH w hkiH logo
after molasses on n, cold J;iv ns
he has a good t-xouso for stnying
and the chm e-i all done w hen he
Several from hero delivered
hogs at Rich Hill Monday.
V. G. Snuffer and family c.ilh d
on M. E. Cole Saturday.
Orah Garner hm been having
some lively times wilh his moles.
If Vou don't succeed at first, try
try again "
Mrs. Schrodt w ill leavo fur the
northern part of Hi. Wednesday,
being called then- i.n aeooflnt of
the illness of her sister-in-law.
Mrs. I. X. Thompson visited
wilh Mrs. Garner Monday.
Mrs. M. E. Colo sold Hume
barred rocic chickens to Mr,
Will Kaiser Moud ty.
Miss Sylvia the next time
you have some pictures made
can't I stand i n ony corner of
Z K NOKIA
SACRED SPOT FC" AMERICANS
Battlerield cf Sc-rtrt Mia1' with
Much Propriety Be Preterved by
Of all the famous fit Id of the
northern gateway, the llnd-on-Champlain
route, that of S.iraioj"a,
mwt remain the first, having al
ready earned inclusion anion,' the
few decisive buttles of the work:. It
would le far from unfortunate if n
fraction of tlie tempor.iry etilhu
siaiim nnd transient interest now
turning toward thii celdiration
might liml pcnnaii'iit expre.-sioti in
a pror preservation, either in a
state or national p;;r, of this Lat
tlefield where the l r-t gn at vi t'irv
of the revolution voo, u:ul
where the Ainerimn horn, the to.n
tinentsls, uuaidid hy tl'.e 1'rrnch,
captured for the f'r-r and la-t tiir.e
a Uritifch'army ; fur though the r.ir
render took place n few mihs be
yond and to the northward, it w;is
at Saratoga, on tlie field nhme Still
water and before Hcmis heights, that
the fate of lurg vik's ainiv vaf
HOW TO BE AN ORATOR.
A politician, fays a writer hi Tit
Hits, was congratulated vp'in hid
oratory, lie had made an excellent
perch, and the reporters were ask
ing him to tell them, that tl.ey
might tell tluir pajx is, bow he did
it. "I am afraid that oratory com
natural if it conies at all," -aid the
apeakrr, and proceeded to (uoie au
old Yorksliireinan on the uhj 'i t.
"Tha wants to be a puhhe spfv
ker, do ilia, l.id," .!(,!, would aay,
"on tha thinks Aw'm the cbcp to
put tha up to u wriulvle about it?
Tlia'a right, 1 nwm. Now, hark
thai When tlm ri.-es t uieck tha
peych, hit tnable anil oopen thy
mouth, if tiowt roiin'i, tak a i"ip
o water an' hit taahle again. Then
DOcn thy ni'iuth wider than nfoor.
Then, if ii(t (oiim-, talc thvseii o;T,
and leave public spekin' to auch ui
me." Vouth'a 1'omiumion.
JUST THE PLACE..
I HllirT .
' The Artipt 1 lmvc vnie jiiilnre
ef hn I uotdd like to tmhmit to
The Jiditor Iiiit put 'em in the
taskct; they y " lay li.ua liiirc.
Order ol Publication
STATU OK MlssM i:i.)
nir.vrv ok iiati n J
In Hie np-ulf ( uni t, of Kcliruary
Term, liiln. In X'iM'iilloii, Ih'cemlH'r
I Oil Ik H
tieorue It. I'i.uIKh IVefelidiut,
Now lit IIiIh ilny eiMiien the Plain
tiff herein, tiy her Attorneys Temple
ton ll.tli'M uinl (lies her I'etttloil
ami Altittiitt,iilc!ni, Hiimii j,ther
tliinuM tlidt DefeiMliint leore H.
KlllllliH. Ik Hot ll resilient lit lh, alnli.
MIxHiinrl, iiinl fur that reiiHon the
illnury proeeNM of law can not be
rveil upon t liem.lil ilef.-ndnut wlth-
t lie Hlate of M!nxoiirl.
WTi-ieiii.uu. It m Ordered liy the
crk lu Vacation that (oil. I Defend
nit t.e notilled l.v I'ulilleatlou that
I'lahititr him eniiiiiieiired 11 milt
iitf.'iiiiHt lA femlaiit In this Court, the
o.jeel mid general nature u( which
U net forth la iilalntlff'n K'tltlon,
wlilch,U In iiart ns followH, to-wlt:
I'lalntiif HtateH tliat on the i'lst day
of Nuvi-iiiInt, T.KI8, In the county ol
Kitten, In the Mate of MIhmoiii'I, at
Ituiler. die with lawfully married to
the defendant, ami cm tlnued to live
with him as hU wife from aud nfter
said date until the iWlli day of Nor
emhvr, r.KS; that during all that
time plaintiff faithfully demeaned
herself, and Ht nil times treated hliu
w ith klnilueHHiinil affection; but aHld
ilefemlaut, wholly Ulxnvardluir IiIm
duties iih the hiiHhaud nt plaintiff,
has uliHeuteil hluinelf from plalutlfl
without a reaitoiiatile cauie for tho
Iace of more than one year last
pant: thatduiliiK all that pvrlod of
lime the defendant ha ho ahuented
hlninelf from (.lalutilt, he, delendaut,
turn ciiutrlliiiic'! iifithiuff toward the
lport mid maintaiiiaiice of I'lalu
in'f. l'laliiilft further stuten that he
it now a rchioenl ul Hates couuty lu
thla Mute, und has redded within
this Mate oue Hole year next bo-
re the tiling of this peUtlou. ITulu
i.U lurtlier nuics mat her former
auie was LlMie Williams.
W'lieiclwie, the ireiiiiss Ulnx fully
i.iiif.lileieil, the ilalulKt Jiray to Ik
livurceil I Hi ui the bonis of luutrl
ion coiitracted as nfoici.if I with
li feiiilant; that he may Iw rx-Mun-d
io her former name ol l.lzzle Will
aiiie; ami that the court will make
-ucu lurtlier orders ami JudKcuieiiU,
Hum tliii.' iu time, touching the
eiemlws, us to the court hIiuII eelu
.met and Junt, and that unless the
Mild ier;e H. hiuiks bo and ap
k ar m this l.'ourl, at the UeXt term
utereof, to lie Ik'huii mid holden Ht
; iiet'ourt House lii theclty of butler,
.: said inuiil), on the first Monday
:ii 1'cliruaiy l!Mn, mid on or before
the hrM da of sat. J term, auwt
rjde.ul to itie I'etiiiou lu said cause,
the Kiiuie will Is,' lakeii as confessed,
and Jiiilineul will lw reudered hc
ordi.ily. And be It Further Ordered, that
copy hereof be published, accordlug
to law, lu the lUch li 111 Irlbuue a
newspain r printed a II d; published
lu eald county, ol Kates for four
weeks successively, published at
leusl once a week, the lust Inscrtlou
to lie at least thirty day before the
rirst day of said i.ext Kebruarjr Terui
1 this Court.
T. 1. I:miih:k
Clreutt Clerk i
A TKt Krol'Y fllo.H TIIK ItKCOKD.
Vitkss m.v liiind and
SenlJ of the Circuit Court of Hate
e.mety, this 7th dy or Dec
T. I). Km nitric
Circuit ( lerk.
1..V C. M. ItAIIKI.RV, U. C.
XcWaia very nenrcothis week.
Tho weather probably ha some
tiling to do with tho fact.
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AT THE CHURCHES
L. I. H. Chureh
Corner Pth and Walnut.
Hundny School at t:i
Pr&ytr HrTlcr at t.M.
Hsrnion by I'actor at 00
, 1'rayer niMtlnK Wed. I 90,
Zlou't KrllKlo Friday ;00.
Jamrs Huuitin, Pastor.
Qcrrnaa Lutheran Ctioreh
Corner 4th and ( haonut.
Hunday School at MS.
Herinon at 11:00 a. m.
All are cordially lurlted toattend
Cm. Bc.su k, rantor.
( athollo Church Harvlcei.
Corner tth and tTalnut.
Rerrlcea Int. and Ird. Sundnyn of
aeh month at 10:80.
Ms at t.OO a. ra.
Rt. Fatbkr Mturnr, I'nstor.
rirat rrenbyterlao Cliurcb.
Corner 3rd and Park Arena.
Sunday Hcuool at I.4A a. in.
Junior Endearor at 3:00 p. m.
freathlug at 11 a. in.
Christian Endeavor at 6:W) p. ru
1'rayer Ideetlnc erery Wednes
day at 7;n0p. ra.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
W. M. How ku I'astor
M. E, Church, Houtb.
Cor 3rd and Park Avenue
Sunday School at t:45.
Presehlng at 11 a. ni.
Junior Lcnjue at 3 p. ta.
Senior Ia;iie at 0.30 p. ni.
Preaching at 7:80 p. m.
Everyone cordially Invltad toat
Wnd tha wrvWi
F. A. Ct'i.MKR, Pantor.
Surgical Operation are unneces
sary lo many rases. Women natur
ally dread thi and will be glad to
find relief from their many Ills with
out them. Tha Detroit Medical In
stitute have published a book for
women that tells how you may !e
cured at home without au operation
Every woman should send for a
copy, it tells everything you ought
to know about your disease, Pre
scriptions are given lu full, aud all
you Deed to do I to copy them and
lt your druggist oil them. The
book Is free. Their address Is,
IKitrolt Medical Institute,
Duchamin Kt, Detroit, Mich,
Maptlst Church Bervlcea.
Corner 8rd mid Mnpie.
I'reiic Id nit every 8 u 4 a y,
11 00 a. tn. and 7:30 p. tn.
Hmtdny rtclioot; 0 45 a, m.
H. Y. I". V. 8 30 p. m
Prayer iowIIiik; WedsMday;
7:30 p. m.
Hlble rln; Hntiirdny; 7:M at
I. W KTANRl.Na, Paatar.
Corner rd and Walnut.
Wide School at 45 a. tn.
Communion and Treaclilng a.-r-vtces
at 11:00 a. ni.
Chrlsilmi Kndeavor 6.80
Evenlnjr Hervle 7.80
You are cordially Invited tn k-a
present and brlnn yonr neighbors.
.. II. Koici'sn., Minister.
Church of Christ, Hclentlst
Corner 8rd and Walnut
Sunday School at 9.45 a. m.
Service at II a. in.
Testimonial Meeting on Wrdnsa
dny nt 7:TO p. in.
Kendlnir Uooin pi-n on Wednea
day from .1 to S p. in.
All are cordially Invited ta at
tend these services.
Waluut Street M. E. Church.
Corner 4th and Walnut.
Sunday School at IMS A m.
Preaching nt 11 a. tn.
Junior I'nue at 2.30 p m.
Kpworth !eHUP at 8.80 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. ta.
Prayer meeting o u Thursday
svenlng nt 7:0.
The public is cordially Invltad ta
A. t). Kraut, Pastor.
representative. I M. UrlRttb,
Circuit J udge, C. A, Denton.
Probate Judge, i, A. Mllvars.
County Clerk, C. J. Weeks,
Circuit Clerk.'.!). T. Ktubrae.
Recorder, I, M. Hmtth.
Sheriff, W. J. Bullock. ;
ProaerutlHg Atty. T. rt. Daws.
Treasurer. S. t,. Colcuiau.
School ( om'r, P. M. Mllsoo
lloiid &. Krldgu Com, K. H. lorf--i 1
Admlnlsirtttor, John Ilnyea.
Curoii r, Dr. 1?. A. I.utk.
Presldtug Judge, J. T. Harpsr;
associates, U H . I'addok A. I). M v ( .:,
wei w vwKwm-