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Som?. of I'Virvie w's youi'i
people, attended Sunday Sehoo1
at. Keith Sunday.
Miss Susm Hodden in spend
iiiK tho week in IJic.h Hill with
her friend Mis Miivrva-(J rings
Mrs. Wilson Weather enter
tained her Sunday School I a s r
last Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Flore, one of our up to
date farmers, hast plowed his
corn four times and thinks he
run plow it once mi no. Mi has
in about forty nitres of corn.
Mr. Itrnce llrnnn, who has
heen in school at Warrensburi:,
pont r fowda.va at homo the
latter p-irt of 1 tst wt'i !;.
Mr. Hardin Summers undo a
husiross tiip to 1 1 1 r Thur.
day. Mr. and Mrs. John KistUnd
were shopping in Fair view the
latter part of lat week.
Miss Jessie Williamson is on
the sick list uain, hut wo art
li'ail to say is improving some.
Master Tln-lmo H-.rn'o km of
Nevada, drove, over to his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. ("eo.
.Moreland, Thursday and return
ed Tuesday. We little f-.lks al
most envy him of his r.ice pony
Mrs. Pryor Tlionias is visit inn
lier grandparents near KirUsvilln
Mr. and Mrs. Tiieudore Shell.
t-nbarner entertained a few of
their friends Saturday eveninu,
invitations from Fairview to
Metz and you uiay bo sure we ail
Mrs. Bnrkhokler spent Satur
day night in Kith Hill with Mrs.
Mrs. Carrie Yea'e, Lloyd and
MissMvrl expect to leave the
first of the n onth for t i r home
in Scott Co. K iiisas, ;p. fa r s;h tui
inn two months m Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs. Eastburn spent
Sunday in liich Hill at Alva
Miss Liettie Holers is visiting
with lier prardparetits, Mr. and
'Arthur Moreland ard three
sisters, Fannie, (J race nnd Jessie
loft Wednesday for Colorado
Springs to spend the summer.
We understand Rev. Starting
has a special sermon to deliver
at Keith Sunday. We are sure
it will be worth Koine to hear.
There will bs services at Hi the!
Saturday afternoon, Sunday
morning and niht.
Mr. Niswonjrer had sixteen
berry pickery. They picked
sixty crates, the most that has
ever been picked on Lis patch in
After reading those i teres you
may think we don't do anything
X. X. X.
IIOKTOS A M t: A LII OWN
T h e farmers
around this vicinity
Mrs. Jennie Wilson and yiand
son Conway Woods of N.v.ui.i ur,..
visiting relatives here at this
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kenny ol
Kiel) Hill visited with M r. and
Mrs. J. W. Welch of this phice
Cap Hubert and Win. Juntf.
were. JJortou callers Sunday,
t Word whs received Iomo Sua
day that Wallace Keimey .ortuer
Jy of this place but, who 'now i,v,.s
three miles north of Ki, , jj,h
was bitten by a water iiiucl,,Mnii
Sunday momma. The
bit three tiuieson t!ie i iKhi hand.
It is hoped by his many friend
here that it willi.oi prove si r
ious. Mrs. Lewis of ibis place v, as
stricken with paralysis , v, tl
nesday of last week, lion, whicii
she died Thursday tiut. The
body was shipped to Illinois j,.u
burial. Deceased Ji-aivs I v: i,
.onsaud iwndauahters to inoui i,
licv. Kuial.t till, d hii nppoini
Uient here Sr.tui day , .i!,i, i!lai
Sunday. A laro,; crwii at I. -mi
id botli Sunday morning ,i
J. W. Welch and mum wt ,
Kicli Hill callers Sat urday.
Mr. and Mis ; 1 1
Wire shoppir.i; in M-'zSaiuu.'i.
Miss (J.lll Well!) has ..,
honored with a j,if;;,t :,
the voting :onie,t nu; ; .VU(;i,
Southwest Mail )s si u.-t in,
will be remembered by I h e
Ti:imi;nk read i s t h H i , ;,
Welch won mm ol i he -olU vv li
es Riven a a-ay oy 1 1 1 m J! -, ,
Home lime i;o, m.d us n, i ,,
bust lina you utr ladv wei'sui,
hIhi cim ilo iik we I n llii-, . u,.t
M ty kiood lui-ii be ii ij K.,
tlliOUUlll'Ut thu COIil"' j
COUNTY CONFERENCES HELD IN
MAY INDICATE PARTY IUC
CES9 IN NOVEMBER.
Stat and National Administration
Heartily tnrtorr Jd. Hdly Com
ptlmenttd and Stat. Organ
In iworo tlinn throe fourthi of the
114 countloa o( Missouri coramlttoe
meetings and conferences, composed
of delegates from townntilpa, were
held (hirlns: the month of May. Most
of tho conferences were held on May
21. the day HtiggeMed by tho State
Committee. Some county committees
liad met and attended to the matters
suggested by the State Committee
rlor to the call for conferences and
in several counties conferences were
held before or after May 21. It may
bo stated that in every county where
1 arty interests demanded activity
prior to tho last day for filing the
names of candidates for the primary
flection ballot tho party leaders met
and took cognizant i of party Inter
ests, and there are lew vacant places
on the Republican primary election
ballots. In tho districts also party
commiUecmdn arranged to have ac
ceptable candidates on the ballots.
At lire conferences hcW May II
local party Interests were canvassed
and varty sentiment eiprossed. The
administration of Governor Iladley
was generously approved and In aev
cnil counties ho was' splcudlfly com
plimented. State Chairman Walter S.
Dir.liey was gratefully mentioned In
the resolutions adopted by a number
ef tho conferences, and the work of
tho State Committee was heartily ap
proved. Throughout tho entire state
the conferences took cognizance of
statu issues and made it plain that
the campaign for a better and greater
Misa-ourl will enlist Republicans more
than National issm-s, though there
was emphatic endorsement of the
National administration and of the
ww tariff law. As far as reported
rot a single resoliion was adapted
that indicates antagonism to the Na
tional administration or any man con
nected with it. Of our&e there are
Republicans In Mistourl who !
more or less sympathy with the con
tentions of Republican Insurgents at
Wushington, but they .are few In num
ber and seem poor In spirit There
nr plenty of pro jreives who want
tbs party to go forward In dealing
with thn live Issues of the day; but
they are not read f to join with Dem
ocratic leaders r to permit them
selves to !o led b f cucli leaders.
A few of the expressions Indicative
or party sentimt-nt may be noted
without disparting, or ctetractlnj!
from, what was proclaimed by" Repub
licans of otlii'r "Mfatiti'-s.
There was not lau Insurgent not ut
tered at the Cols county confVreiwe,
although tiie discussions riia tfte
ftamut from Nat lonal affairs to the
eileat'.on of go id men to mn for
county offieos. n llooue oouuty,
where there aro only 2,100 Republican
votes, tins leaders said, "we wfll put
ii a full tick (4. and do our boat to
reduce the Democratic county major-i'-y.
Mch is jiormally about 3,000."
At tl( conference la Mississippi coun
ty the insurgents were denounce for
tampering 1 'yLslaOon to which the
Natlenal pai-ly is pledged. Tha chtilr-III.-.
ii of tlm M.tcou county conference
;:ld t'ii.-it thf Mdtulnistration of Got
err.er lluMey lias strenfth'ncd thi
I arty In that county and ctorywber
in ilie siute. Hid that Mwon county"
will give bim a. vote tt confidence by
tleciing ninny. If not all. Republican
c.,i'C:ty KtmliiTi tea. la Crawford
coun:y t'ongrei sman 'Murphy wan
romnmmU'd for luyaUy to the admln
Istiaiion and his faUhfulness to
Spiiker Cuiiinin. A full county ticket
was I'.'brieil in l'emincott county, a
1. n:ii-nile 'u onghold. The spirit of
tin. r nf. ienc in uvlbs county was
eutfeiKiaMir. parry hnrnioiiy and a
!!. -nnhiatiim ta win v icr' evident In
Cum ill, it cjosa county.. Iji Randolph
the nan. and Natlor tl odnilnlatra-
tuiii er approved and Senator
AV.uner eiuinrked for r e-electbm. The
cocreienco In Marlon nelectcd candi
dates f,,r nil cunty i iffJrra. Hatter-
nig riiU from ever f precinct were
III. ill. I l.i. .1... ... l
,(J iM euuieri iriej la iiiuti, m
clune roiinty. Tho Hii tlby coutity con
f i :ee titike, Hon. J. n C. McKluley
t'i ) mi for ci'mribs a falnst (JonBress
inan I.Uiy.i, who llvci In that county.
In I'tilurl,! county C aiL-reasman Mur-
Idij i, work In behalf if w&f, earoora
lieai Uly endor s-d. In Uutler
-'! a l,x Kpu1 ilcan rally was
ph iiiieit fiir July 'ii. The couferesice
In Kalis county ank 4 JudRi llcitH-n
i'' l!oy to nualn rut i asalnst Cbum
flark fin- Cougrcsii. triad jironounoed
l.t- i enr tariff It iw I lov best ever en-.-icted.
Th,. proHpf nry of Webster
count y liiiiers wms Tf-psrted as wln
niu..: H. ...ii t (),(. R,.,ijiitrsn party.
In (it-net if ve i f.unty .party Kalns
wen, ,-, ,on,.,. jn ( fniiwds county
the mini rem! wai i largely attunded
and cnihuBlu ttlc atid Hr. 1C U. Cop
ping was put furwi ird j-i a. -a ndldal)
lor htato neiiaKv. In (l,i- emuntv a
full tiehet kkh KriDMd f, r In lt
or m overwtielial dk Iliiuio. iratlo ma-
Jorlty. In John sin roimiv Cnvrt nnr
Jladley wa fhi (- y oiininiM.ded for
law ctifirtwriii i anil fr MiwrUiK
lioiKit clee tie. if hi tli cIiihm and 1m-
liiljtiatloB ftito iho utattB.
"The enielenl, ct.ua r.lt up rlRht
rniiHMinitfon of aovariie r Had a-y"
Oulony cuutnj'-a cow- iliuwnt "No
-"-- if ....
away counly Itrpu'i'f i stnnil
patters and are proud ol it " In tho re
port from that county. The Oeetn
county conference said, "n watted
Iouk for a Itepuhllcuil (lev riior ol
Missouri, lilt It whs worth thn wait
We are proud of him and tho clear
record bo Is making," Tho Vernon
county conference eulogized Speulict
Cannon. The Llneol county confer
ence, decided to put a full ticket In
Reports from nil oilier ronrcrencef
were good. It was a great day for
Missouri Republicans. It developed
the fact that there Is party harmony
unity of purpose and approval of thr
state and Natlonnl administrations Id
every nook and corner of the niato
No malcontents or disturbers came
to the front. Everywhere nop s ot
enthusiasm and buoyant expectation
were sounded. Tho Republican party
In Missouri la ready for any contest
the Democrats may bring on.
There was no manipulation of the
conferences anywhere. The commit
teemen aad delegates had absolutely
free sway and were not asked or ad
vised to do anything except what a.
outlined In the circular letter from
the State Committee, and that rti.l not
contain even a hint about resolution:
or any kind of endorsement ot the
state or National administration or ol
congressmen, senators or committee
men. No county political meetings
ever held In Missouri could have been
less restrained or less influenced by
President Taft and all of the active
administration leaders at Washington
were delighted with tho reports that
came out of Missouri. The St. l.ouU
Republic, organ of the discouraged
Democracy, was so disturbed that it
had to refer to tho conferences I r !.
rlsion and say that "The Iladley Ma
chine," that dreadful something that
haunts Its dreams, had been g .-a red
for grinding, and was working
EDITORS TO ASShlYiBLfc
REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER MEN
TO MEET IN SEPTEMBER.
One of the notable meetings of aot
lve Republicans to be held prior to
the November election is the annual
convention of the RepubMcan Edito
rial Association of Missouri, every
member of which is an urd' nt and
aggressive party worker. The secre
tary of the association, lion. 11. M
Mitchell, who descended from the
high station of a newspaper worker
to be clerk cf the Springfield Court of
Appeals, but has retained the habits
nt & newsnaoer num. announces that
Serrteuiber 23 ami 21 will be the d .!
and St. J-ouls the place for lite ain.n.ii
Catherine rf the editors, writers and
puh."hef i..,K!.,ro K,,iMic,,
newspapers and other i -n!i!irat U-r.s In
Missouri. Captatn !! nry Kim:, t"-
veteran Heput.Ileun editor bo dir.-rts
that mlKhty Kepubhean ii.- -.v.-- r.
r.lnlie-IVnioeral. Is iir,':.i.Ie:it or
the Association and Its chl.-f Ins, 1 ra
tion. Mr. Mitchell pnys "It is toj early
yet to eay who will lie t'.ii- f-jie iki rs
or to outline a pntrum. er to flif
thfl place of meetiim- i:i thn rity or
the name of the hotel to be sein-ud
as hn-adtiuarters." He also says "we
are (toinff to make extensive. pr.-',nra-tions
for this meetltti;. It will be h. 1 1
lit the heat of the campaign anil
shonVi be made, an effective cutin-riiiH
of the Republican editors of Missu.irl.
I shsll set out a circuiar to iinmlu i ?
of the Association about the first of
June In which will lie expl.tim d the
arrangements for traiiporui leu and
reception of the member."
Trior to the meet I hi; held in .lopltn
last esr the AsHoelatloii had been n
tertulned annually at S'. Jovli,
whlrlf city has left Its latch hiring en
the outrtlde at all times for the ex. en
tire eoiunilttee, Vut 'hat commut-e
has decld-d to hold the meet inn at St
Umis this ear at a time when tho
n-ciubers can honor the State Hind
quarters with a vInIi and breathe the
ati:opherj of iiilhu.la:,iii and victory
thaf will prevail there. It is t be a
ureaf 'off year" taiupai.n and the ed
itor ovd iiewspiiper wrllt'i will
f.iremtwf In the MkIiI f'r another vie
tory over the IX-inocmlle leadei i t
the state. They will eiijnv nieellni;
together in St. iulH, where llu y can
see and hear eminent party b-ai'-ts
and leather Information und inlo- en
entlnialasm for tho cli-ciu we. -ka id
COUNTY CHAIRMEN AND SECRE
TARIES SLOW REPORTERS.
The Globe Ivmocrat made hpecial
efforts to secure reports from the
r-i.iintv conferences, held May -U hut
not half of them were heard from Hat-
urday or Buudsy. One ot the uufortu
cate conditions that the State Com
mute and leading llepubllcun news
papers must contend with lu Missouri
Is the Indifference of party chairmen
and secretaries In many counties con
cralnK publicity for party tue. tlims
and proceeding. Some of them will
end neither letters or leleitrnnu or
telephone uiessaifv. KMiw 1 1 tin; on
fereuces held on Saturday wcro not
beard from till tho middle of the fob
.VliiE reek, though tlielr woik was
aril done and tin lr resolutions were
of neelnl Irmiortauee.
T1V work of lb" tftuio coiiuuiioe
retari'vd and madiJ more expe.iHlve by
failure to r-K-alv neci-nuury reiiortit.
The cea iu taker has t.iV' ii all In
ud find und l.ow te wall l:ma
tlentlf fur h rtt kmilnB. (Jratnl t)hl
MUiwurl will Kiu U a rood ho Intel
howver, in no -i.ou ln-iU.v,".
weallli. pioduela a id IihIiimi Ie4 -and
Uia iiuuiWr tl voti.ijf llnuhlcau.
CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Hvery childly tuoaht In thin
free American land that lie tntiy
becoinii president of the Repub
lic, All cannot, vin tho coveted
pn;'. but. someone will. If we
c iiitiiit, coin" (oiti to tie1 top, we
may i iiilib toward it ni.ii tl.eie is
no f-teppim xtone in the way of
education lhat (jives one o sure
a foothold as hhorlhnnd.
(iei'ttfc U. Colteiiou, who in
l'JO;! received hi appointment, to
a place in t ho President's cabiner,
le ntil a n stenographer. Ills
marvelous usefulness ns secre
tary to the President and head of
ilie new department of' Com
merce, hisother various positions
ivith to" government in uttribut
. d to his having taken a business
iivd .shorthand course. Tlue
courses tauaht him speed and
a tree i iicv in disposing of details
and system and order, in accom-pli.-hisga
large amount of work
in n short space of time with one
half the help that was ordinarily
required for the. same woik un
der otter direction. George. U
Cortci.vou today Mands head and
shoulders above any other yountf
man of his age in the afT.tirs of
governm t -i:t. He is preeminently
a bllsii;esS UiHII.
The Kev. Joeph Parker, D. P.
of Liondon, said: 'I practiced
lihonographing for upward of
twenty Years and darived so
many auvar.tages frtan its use
that I can heartily recommend i
its study to all who wish t- secure j
a civil, philosophical and perfect1
system of recording things."
ii.. i.,i,... f ,. i . . . .i. i i.;si
appreciation of this branch of
learning by choosing for a wife
one who was familiar with the
useful art aid whofhelped him
largely in accutnutalii.' "id pre
serving the literary stores which
he lavished h largely ou the
t . . , , . .
j 1 he cou, u.c, cm advertiser cf
i New orK xaid: Inquiry shows
J tmit muny of the lare business
j tl ,r,N'ttri, w.comir the ud
. , , , , ,
u it i' nai .lutuiuai-i " i i'iiu
.rtajihy as iart of thu youim
a,:in' ii)uituieiit, heitause it en
uiiKsl.iut to note iliitiotate in
vu ucli-'ti-, to execute ttieui -.vith
out Uei.iy. Se'ict al banka in this
stale u.aUe ita rule not to employ
any iiicssc-uef, clerli or boolr
Ueeer who cannot write shorthand-"
The tiuesti'jn is not, can 1 af
ford to study shorthand, but can
I he without you? When in the
early djysnl iiionfifraii.y ue
Uient Senator l.entonof Missouri
was M:i'iri.M'd when a youn lad
.howtd hint u verbatim report of
odci ol til-S snort toiieecnei", ou ca
cluiuit-d: "11 id tin.- art been
iiiunvii forty yettra ko, it would
have saved me twenty
tiar d labor.'1
Can the jount,' (ietitletnan or
younu holy who conteinplale.su
uniu ruly course era course in
any higher education ufford to do
without shorihnnd? Don't you
tiuiilt tli.it the one who ,ocn in
side by hid-.: Willi you in jour
uimetsily course and hits the ad
vantaue of Ii UnowleKO of short
hand will t-utstrip you in your
r ies in tiie general infornia-
liuii that he K-ains, in jolliui? down
all thu esi ntial poitits in every
lecture, speech or class drill, that
ho will K'nu a fund of knowlee
that will beitnposaiblu for him to
Kiu without the use of thin rapid
.... .1 1 ll...... iluinnV
jolt I lu no ii "i t'i- m
Write C. W. Kobbin for infor
mation ret-aroiiiK tho hdieml in
general or ita special aumuier
Mr. .1 .n it I-wt.ci.ke arrived home
littil 'rhurxutiy from l'iil.oburu
w here he has In en in his cap.ie J
is i. o.u.l in -luher from this iti-.-
. i. t. -d ii..- n. m. w. a. II i-
i f the opinion lhat tho strike
will soon be settled.
H l:hil,el.h teerof the Uutler
i ( 1 1 in i .... i ....... k fit li'iu niir
K fit MHi i .lepn-ui.- - i
.1 I he. W. W. prop'-riy
. . , K . renalf
JEKOMK ai3j, registorrd in the Amtrican Tercheron Uortt
Pedigree -Foaled iSg8; sirttl by 1'rondon 10643, he by Gil
bert 5154, be by Drilliarit iS,o, he by Coco II, 714, he by Vieux
Charlin 713, he by Cor.0712; dam, Jennie by Bombinas 693?-, he
by Sutan 1400, he by Connt 643, be by Bayard 26, he by Favori
I, 71I1 he by Vieux-Charlin 713, he by Coco 713. JEROME Is a
fine individual, best of manners and disposition ; Iron Gray, the
color that brings the fancy prices Weight about 2000, has
$13 to Insure Living f oal.
GRATT 37000, Record 2:02 1-4 Pacing..
Holds the world's mod fcr fastest trrtt-htat race (diyidtd
heats) ever feud. J tt limit, 16 l.atds, weight 1100.
Service fee, $30 to Insure living colt.
JIMMIt RATT, Sired by Gratt 2:02 1-4.
Dam, Cera C, by Winston.
Jimmie is a fine lig bay, coming 3 years old, full 16 hands
finest of disposition, is dcve!orirg lots cf freed at the trot. Be
will got you up a nice road or a I purpose horse.
Service fee, $13 to Insure living foal.
TfRV.S AND CONDITIONS.
The above horses are all quiet, well mannered and easily
handled. Every Treca tion taken to prevent accidents, but will
not be responsible should any occur. In case of mare or mares
changing hands or removal from county, tetvice fee absolutely
due. Foals to be held for service fee. Right reserved to reject
mares not satisfactory. The above stall ons will be kept at the
fair Grounds Stables, Rich Hill, Mo.
0. SPENCER & SONS.
B P. M. Allison Co;n.j Supsrin
tendent of Schools.
It.H-ky Point Is the Ar.t ...el I.Uely
tho only dUlrlet In the county to
make l se of the law ....thi.rUl.of
tll.trlet to clom or not have a
in uie...ir.ei ...... ...... t.- ' "
.mother school niol p-i.v tlielr tuition
nt.il, It iKccwnry, trinifportalloii. j
This Is one ol the small ffliouli o(
i i... ..i,,.iiU if tlm i-iiiintv anil tin-!
vtt.rs prcBellt deeliled that It win. I
lietter lor tha pupil to another
MUm I ue Ueck linn Jtist clo". n
very NiieccitHful wliool at fniiconl In
Clkhart towtmhlp. I lie Imiird re-
employed her lor next ear iuiiUiik
the fourth conweiit lvi time uiel It l
reported that tlm nallifm Hon i
toiatilmoilM .mil e lire unite huv
it,.. Iiiiiinl (,U1 rliiht In ihl". M'""
.. . ... i . i I,, i...,.i l
IMH'K Will Sl'e.o. ....... -
and return is-ttcr iri-in-i iuhu mi-
would Ik- otlicrv Ine
Over nt OIWc In Miaw tiee town
Nlilp they liava lei tie' imitriict to
Mr. Mart dr a n.odeiii und up lo
ilato m-IiooI hoiue. t)iiol t he ulci-nt
thliiKx nlmut thl I" Hint not it flu
Ule vote wait cunt iikiiIiixI the prop
iifltioti .Hid nil were iiuxlulis for the
nt'W bulldinu. Many ilisllcls need
nww hullilliiK noieli mora than thU
olie but ti itood whool spirit prevnll
lit the tlUtrlct nt.d tliey believe the
children tire entitled to the best,
flume who Imve the henvject tax to
pay suy tl.nl they could not do iiaj.
ihlntf to liu iviiHe the .ilui of their
laud more lliuii th!" w ill.
The time lor iIobIiu; llieeiirolline.il
nt lite lloy'a fori. Couteft will he
Klvetl next week ..nd those who
havti not enrolled should ee alioiil
thin lit on.)e we lu not expect In
enroll any one hIU t the time to lie
uuuotlliceH .Tie. v eat h. r ha, been
rather diseouraaitu ''t one haJut
a h K'ood lit. opportunity a aimtlier
III this respect Wo hope liialiy oltl.
.-in w 111 t.. In thU.
Cornland seiiool U to have l"(l
Hpellt In repalriin; Hie l.ull'liny; this
.U'ltr liml will tln .l have a very cteil-
itaUle hull'llng- Only one votu wua
e it imnliiht tin-levy iire tool ttils
one tiernui-.' thev wanted h heavier
levy than the one submitted. This
ifiitiN well for the pen pie of thu dis
trict Mini iiiilicMtt-s that th-y have n
MIhs Corn KiikIi hiu) Inetl elected
teacher at Knlr View In K 1 k b r t
tun iich!i for the fourth Concutlve
time. Miss Itusti ha her school well
kt II ItU I Itl'll tllllf Id lllltlllP tVl.kll KX1
j i(h(J nj Jn
j MuK.r (,utrlct , nul.r ,ow.
; Mp u vm)y (o tmU o(j r
, , build n 1 house and by
iloliitfjfo they cx'icct to hiivo the ,
liest country Inilhllnir In the'eounty.
They I. nve a larno tilsfrlet with a
nn. nl valuation.
Ilethel il!trk-t ha painted their
liulidlnit H.i'l have na attracltvo a
ImllilluK " ntiy of tlii'in anil tha
tret-H mid nhrtilm that the teacher
n nd puplln planted wvin to 1st ilolnd
wi ll uiel we are mire tliey will take v
Bin cnr of them. r
If any pupil taklnx county urail-
nation him til lied to rvcelveil their
i illiliia I Khali lie ple.iM1 to know
ot It ..ml will peed (lie. ii euotlier. All
(,(V( uv( ,,.,, tIlnr ,",.Trre,l J
A few illntrlct clerka iiredelltnjiieut
yet w llh enliinatea iind ennmerntlou
llxtit. Tlilt In not rlKht and we nre
mire they cannot afford to rlxk tl.la
louu'-r. Many m-nt thelra to the
county clerk and In a tew Inntance
ver not llieit that tliey were del! n
nue.it when they were not 1. 1 reality.
M1h Heck of Concord reported
luil Mullet-, Tot t Id Keetoli, Wrtht
llaili-y and Ueulntl Harnett KelWtl
all tin worda In the ss'UIiik content
and for a loiit'-r t line than wit re.
ipiired for them.
Wlliiui Smith, Hurdee Wolfe, Jo.
V oi(e anil I'eurl Walker are rwpurt
ed ns ptllinir. all the word In Vlr
Khilu school In Charlotte towtiahlp.
Mrs. llu ry O.aonnd littla pirl
of Nevada who hid been visitini
Mrs. 11 K. Williamaon of this
city viurn"d Iiomo last Thurs
day. Kl H 'in'., of St. Louta, owner
of local Op 't a 11 iuoi wna a bua'f
r,ess iliitor hero Tueaday.
The Tribune. Que dollar year