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rast.lsitrti wkki.v Br r. r. hiciiahii, uiir.ixis. vii. nrricK i'rsTlit is tiik xooik block. Abstracter and Negotiator o( Loan Transfer, fur week ending March r., i.',: w .vidian rv iir.Kii" Klvlt ft Itclmoii to K'lvs 1 It" ker. 27 a uw ".. ill, in . t .Lxm Klvli (! I'tilmuti lo tieo lira mer, 2 a nw '., (it. to Hobl tl Smith to F.mttielt li Gallney. tin nw '.'0, 13, it; . . Chas K Cles to C M Wlcklser, til) "e Vt and nw ist, 40 Theo K llodgln to .lav U Ham sejr and wife, n I nw 20, ill, 37' Clare V IllbUrd to J no M lllbbard and wife, Ion I and 2 and n lots:, H, block 12, Itlchvllle Mary A Dor.ler and others to Elizabeth Woods, tie se .12, 01, M Wm C Stevenson to Nathaniel T Armentrout, n se lo, 02, 38 Wm C Stevenson to .lot P Oar relt and wlfe,w I ne 10, ra, v"W (leo li lllselt to .In Fleener, land In ne and ne 1.1, ti2. 3. . JUchel Nely to David J Drooks, 70 100 a sw 1 7, 2, :w K K Parrlsh toT A Ward, lot 10, block 'J, Kns Add, Oral . Marie Nauman to W S Thorn on, nw sw I, 10, and road a ay Squire M Handall to Van Tay 12,0iM .1,400 2,noO Ir'UKl I.IIMI lor, s i ne and I 4" Hayes l ord to T .1 and Win Nauman, I hit 31 a n se 12, tr.', 40 las M Modulus tu A hah I. Jsimkel, 1 nw and n I nw 2,1211 hv in, hi, :r H,.V"I Fred K Fleener to Alvah I. K linked, se nw and ne sw and i nw sw lit, ill, .17 ilfVsi Wm Kneale to A hah I. Kun kel. s I sw hi; ii I nw 2l.iil,:n (ieo W Klnkead to las W Spears and wife, :ri a sw lt, H3,4o (ieo I, Kvans in Dounell K Smith, Ine and e I e I nw I SI, li.1, 10 IH.NM David Munkers to F.lmer Shuiikwller. M.I a n '.'1. ui. 3rl Catharine A HutUr to tie) A and lllram lluller, t ., a K in, ir.:n . I.ulu M Wright to Lafeyette Wright, lot ., H, block 3, Uas.VCan Add. Cravlir Lafayette Wright to l.mu M Wright and husband, i Int nw sn and lot .'I nw II, ;2. t. Jas I. Fleener anil others 'o Jesse Fleener, . 'I 'i (nl w sw '13, i. .la L Fleener and others to Jrsse Fleeiutr, 3-i (lit vt I '"t n w xll.ui, :i Wm A Kinney to Ou K Kuhn and wHe.e I nw 23, 01,34 Solomon II Christian to (ieo W Kllenberge' and wife, s l- 4, 02. at Ja K Hamsey to Theu K Hod Kin, w tie and e 1 e I nw 32, 2,37 ... . Llitle K Nauman to Marie Nauman, aw nw 32, OJ, -I .... Lewi) KTucli to Ollle Stulu, l't ffl block lo, MdClty ... Kngel Vollmern and other to M W Ohlensehlen, 41 40100 ft w ) n and ti tie e 27, 02, 40. Illchaard C lloharl to Km ma KKInK, loti I, 2 and .1, Uarn Add, Malllaud ll.iskl I l,l1 4,2tK -.,I4I il ,iS li.oni 2l,i'io 4,000 1,000 M,.Vs) 1,100 Adolpliui II Sauer to Ino It Kruaor, lotl,M)2. 23t. Karah Selp, by trustee, to Wal ter K Kuhrman and wife, m nw and nv? nw 7, 02, 33 Pari) Lindsay, by trustee, to 8 TVanScoy, l.VKIIHa 14, ill, W i Joslah L llrocktnan, by trustee, toWh .lennliiK". lots 22, 2.1, 24, block 8, Maltland J M Dotler, by Kdn, to Kll.a lieth Woods, 'I Int Ms mi 32, til, 3J A I) Teasley, et al, by sheriff, to A D Teasley, w he and w i ne 3t, .Vi, 34 imr cukiMtt Prank Sliults to Jno 1 Yocum, 173 23 100 a 1 and 12, 00, 40. . . Kami Shutts to Jno I Yocum, 17S 23-100 a l and 12, 00, 40. . Martft Laraway, et al to Jno 1 Yocum, 173 33-100 a 1 and 12, 00, 40 CasMus Shutts to Jno I' Yo cum, 173 23100 a 1 and 12, (JO, 40 I'eter Shutts to Jno 1' Yocum, '173 2.1 100 a land 12, 00, 40 .. Charley Houston and others to Louie B KeltTer and wife, 22.0 a nw sw, a and w of road .... ene Houston ilrumfeldt, et al to Charley Houston, ne se tl,Ul,3H Oar) J Houston, et al to Ln- l,30 1,000 '03 2,823 4,000 ard L Houston and wife, 3D.- 40asw o.ui, j. 4,000 It will pay you to two Clare Cutis bsfora you buy your team harness. , Mil, AND MIIS, Ull'IS 0, Till KM AN. KKOM AN OLD PHOTO T. K V.S Hm'-TllltKB Y HA HS AGO. Partners for Fifty Years. Mr. and Mrs. Louis (!. Thletnaii, of Cornliv, Missouri, have ln!in solid "pards" for these llfty )ears. They have shared with each other all the tolls and struK'tiles; the sunshine and the shadows of flfty years of married life. They belong to thai class of un pretentious, frutial, Industrious class uf German clllens, who have lived without lltUatlon, a tending iuletly to tl.elr own atlalrs, and treallnx their neighbors on the broad prin ciple of the golden rule. Doth Mr. and Mrs. Thlemau are native Missourlans, the former tieltiK born In Lafa)ette county, and Mr. Tlilenun In Hay county. L. 0. Thlemaii and Kda Matliena were marrlrd In l;a county, Mis souri, March I. '''. ami nil their marriage they went on a l.irin Ini l.ufa)t-lte cmilit) fur tluve )eais, and then In Hay county lor four ea The couple theu came to Holt count i mid have spent their entire life net f,ir.ili..v t..t IiiIm ty.Mli itilllllli, renter .if the iireu-nt old Hen' renter of the preM.nl inn lien. lli.ib.i r... .... ultlf.l. Iliu, kMiilnrl "" Hankers I oca Iim I on coming to lliat' Sunday School Girls Conference. Saturday March 0 we had a Iwis' and tflrls' conference at Koresl Cll). The b i)s met al the ChrMlanchurch ami the v-lrls at the llautM church, A Joint conference was held In the af- ternooii at the MethodM church. At the ttlrl. conference, Mrs. K. A. lto.vlliis.rif Cornliw. nreslded and Mr. S. L Williams, nf Liberty. Mo,, cm- ducted the devotional eleicl'c. Ml (lellle Heeler gave the address of wv. come and Ml.s .lo.eplilne Mnrrav le sponiled to the address Nell was a luetl liv MK.es Kthel (ireelie and Grace McDinald, uf Oregon.aiidatalk by Mrs McNaul, of Maltland. Mr. Wltllsui. then ave the clrls a talkmi "Girls' Organized Clasps." Afterlhls we had an ooni conference and IImm inln !..i,ir, ut illsciissluns were: "Tlie OriMiilrei Class,' "How to Organize," "Duties." "When lo Have Meetings and How to Cunduct," "The Aim of the Ormiled Class." "Things Ihel Girls' t.'iassCaiiMci'omollsh." We gltls k'JI u lui of tine 'points tu work wltli. had a good time, and we left with a determination of trying to organize our classes al liome. A llkLKOATK r HOM OUKOUK. Jhf Boys' Conference. The bJts conference at Forest City last Saturday morning was a decided success. After the devotional exer ciser by Mr. ftdward Kulirman, Heeler FlUmaurlce sang a very pretty solo. The bis thing was the speech by Mr. Chut. llottortT, assistant secreury of Ut Y. M C. A., or St. Joseph. Il bad us sing a few songs and also whistle some. He talked on "Organ lied Classes," in an organized class there should be a president, vice- I president, secretary, treasurer, mem bership committee, devotional mis sionary committee, and a social com mittee. An organized class can have athletics, go on hikes, camping trips, picnics, have some one make a talk on wireless telegraphy or electricity or Hi. Hrtr alii to the Inlurrd. It can also have literary stunts, debates, ex-j temporanvous speeches, or mock trials. Each member of the organized class should read the lllble every day. They can pass song books, be ushers, ana shake hands with and be friendly to stangers. The conference closed with a song by the Corning boys. The following boys were present: Krle Pierce, Kenneth Kunkel, Clar ence Dlsslnger, Morgan Kreek, and Frank Green, Oregon; Lerol Golens, Evan Hankers, Edward Decker, George Ilosellus, Clement Dobyns, and Kert Carroll, Corning; Ueorge and Itaymond Denning, Herbert Richard son, anJ Heeler Fltxmaurlce, Forest City. a. Wedding announcement have been received here by friends, an 23 nouncing the marriage of Florence Anna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Q. S. Dorse), of St. Joseph, and Mr. Robert lienjamln Noellsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noellsch, at St. .lruMDh. Wednesday. March 10th Thav will be at home near Oregon. after April 1st. Tiik Sentinel con gratulaus these two excellent people and wishes them a Ions, happy life. section In Iil2. DurliiK these .'LI )eais of continu ous occupancy of this place, "Uncle" Louie has been compelled to muve his little home, on account of the en croachments of the Missouri river. The celebration of their .'nUh wel- dlntf annlversar), which was partic ipated in by his children, tfraud children and nelxhbors, found them hale and hearty, he al the axe of m and she her three score and ten Mr. Thleman Is a tetetun of the Civil war, serving In Company D., I4lh Kansas Cavalry, father and Mother Thleuian hate eU'ht living children and '211 urandclilldren Their children are: Mrs, Lucy Saw)er. uf Westboro, Mo : Mrs, Mary Lane, Mrs. lie'. ' Johnson, Mis. Llsle tteese, V ;",' Lane, all of Wallace. Neb : . ''" leaker, of Sioux City. I ti Irs, Jesse Tlndall and Itohert. o cut was made, from an old - V "On rlot)pe taken .VI )ears vn .H Skstiski. seliiN Its slncerest ,'ratulatluris til this splendid old ,0llp wWlni! for ,,., ' llt xhtf .r,.. . . . .. V may nv in enjoy ineir iiiamonn an nhersary. From Rev. Walton. Trenton, Mo March 7, ltd.".. Dt:lt SKTlNKl.:-May we Impose )'" fr Just a personal wonl toour friends In Holt count)? Some of them ' l'd ureal ml-fortunes since we imw or wrotethem. There is Clarence 1 Webster, Mercer lllude, Mrs. Kmerson, Hm Hule)s and others. Hut our sll ence does not Imply fortfetftilness of the long and tender friendships that existed between them and us, I have been III nearly the whole winter- ase vere cold contracted at j funeral de eloped chronic broiichllls In a form so severe that I have been unable lo ,i win iioum nr uoatiy worn most of U'e winter. This Isauiongtliedrsl letters I have written. We arc glad o report, reuirntug neaiin ana iiniaii !! loialty among our people. i We extend sympathy lo our friends wiioiiaveueemiereavwl. econgrat l H'ose whose Joy lias been full, TllK OLU Skstinki. muis like i letter from home. Although we hav , four dally, papers al our house, ws.tlll "scrap over who snail reatl l ll:jt:s llSKLtlrsl With warm regards toall our friends ". 1. WALTilS. Tiik Skntinki. regrets to hear of llev. Walton s Illness, but Is glad learn that he Is showing Improvement and trusts that he will soon regain his former splendid health. Plant Sweet Corn. We are Informed that the Oregon Canning Company will run their fac tory this year If they can get t growers of sweet corn to put out at least two hundred acres. This Is one of Oregon's Industries that we should all pull for, as It vires employment lo a.larg number of our people, besides brluglng In money to the farmers earlier In the season than most any thing they can raise. Rvery farmer within tire miles of Oregon, should see either L. 1, Moore, Joe Murray Malt Rller or Will Moore and tell them that you will put In from i tu twenty acres of sweet corn. Do It today, we want tills factory operated Women's Union Program. Mahcii 'Jtrrii. "Spring Program." Leader -Kmroa Cummins. Hoi I Call-"Most Pleasant Out-door Occupation." "Spring Flowers and Ilulbs" Klla Castle. "Vines, How to Plant and Where" Mrs. Vantlusklrk. 'The Practical Garden" Grace Dungan. "Opportunities for Hoy Scouts In Oregon" Flora Kunkel. Possibilities for the Spring's "Clean Up" Alberta Kunkel, Anna Foster, Margaret Hoyd, Anna Kreek, Mr, Moirls. The tint week In March the warranty and atultclalm deals amounted to I233,9W, an average of 4,U74 to the deal. Recorder Hankers and his son, Owen, as deputy, worked early and late to get them on the records in the shortest time possible. The Unrest deal was that of Wm. Kneale to Alva L. Kunkel, 123,000 for 100 acres In 21, 01, 31. There were 36 trust deeds tiled ror iia.1,097, avers? Ing M.S30 to each. Standard Oil Co. Installing Station. The Standard OH Co. will establish a illttrlhutlni; station In Craltf as soon as tin weatner i-crmus erecuiiK i,ii ii.u--.ij : track hetwet'ii Tearc elevator hrldk'e me iirowiiiiein . and the railroad, Ai'Mrdllit! to the Mieeltlcatlons In tin; hin I- of A I I'.irrMi , who his thi! com rat't. the two tank will he p!:io-l upon concrete, piers. Kic.ua tlono win lie nude to ;i depth of four feet and at the lop will form an In vertiil .troh. the lowest point hi the ;rch Ixdiii! ahiul ! I it t-eri Incl from I iv ground. The tanks, forming huge' C)lh'dvr. will rv.t on the piers. Tliey ate tu lw thirty feet Ion; and ten feet In diameter. The waifon shed Is to he of wood and with the dimensions of l!2iuin feet Cralrf will tie made a distributing point for Standard Oil products, and tank waiton will drive from here to adjacent points with a Mipply of oils and K'asollnv. It Is thought thai a local man will lie placed In charge uf the station, but his nane has not been announced. -Cralx Leader, March .Mh. The Shamrock. The Shamrock was In evidence at the home uf Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Ilo Kan. on Thursday evening uf last week, the I'rhcllla cluh belli); quests of Mrs, lliyan. The eitreme Inclem- ncy of the evetilrii; prevented several of the club from belli.! present, hat those Hhuillil brave the storm, were well repaid for their attendance, by the onerous reception accorded then by i he melon, manner In which they were entertained by Mrs. Iliau. The occaliiti was In honor of the approachliii! St. Patrick's Day, and every feature of the occasion was nicely carried out in harmony with till. view. The liome. was tastefully lecorated In Shamrocks and Irish Ilak'., and a rellshable two-course luncheon In form of .Mivnrocks was M-rved. The favors were tiny green hats lilted with salted nuts. Mrs, llojan is a charming enter tainer, and the guests departed In the storm, warmed by the delightful manner in which they had been en tertained. For Life. i in Wednesday afternoon al the houriif one, the inlet urarrlige of Ml.s O.le Thompson ami Karl Wll lUmsoii, both of here, took place In St. Joseph, The ceremony was performed by the Hvv. Dobyns at the Presbyterian par sonage In that city, with the bride's mother and father present. Miss Thompson Isa daughter uf . II. Thompson and wife, who have lived In and near here for many years. The groom has lived here all his life, having made his home with A. II Goodpasture and wife for several f''"' f ... The newlyweds will return In a few days and will make their new homo on the Win. Metcalf farm northwest of Maltland. lloth Ihete young people are held In high esteem by their many friends, whose best wishes will follow them. The Herald expresses best wishes for a happy future. Maltland Herald, March 4th Panama Exposition. On Monday, Mrs. J. II. Martin re ceived a letter from tier sister, Miss !elle Dibble, of Alemeda, California, in which she tells of the opening day of the Panama Ksposltlon, February 20th: 'Our Dig Kxposlttun was formally opened last Saturday, the day was showery. In spite of the weather an Immense crowd was there a record breaker. It Is impossible to give you any Idea of the grandeur arm beauty of the grounds and buildings. "Missouri" has a beautiful display lo one of the big buildings. It Is one of the few stales to have its display entirely ready at the opening of the Kxposlllon, and Is one of the best. I certainly am very proud of my old stale, Missouri. There are some buildings still un Mulshed and the dlsDlav In manv ot hers are not yet placed. It will ls-3 ijuim iiuro iiiuu.un t.v wuuipiuiBi the work so that the Kxrjosltlon will be in full sway by June, but even now there Is plenty for one to see." - Christian Endeavor Notes. itj'M. Soffit largest number present since tlie llrst of me year. The next leader will lie Mr. I . II. "Will. We were sorry to receive the reslg nation of our secretary, Giles Cooper,, who eaves on weanesuav, ror uoio rado. He lias been a faithful worker and will be missed by all. Archie McDonald has been appoint-' ed as secretary to serve the remainder I of the quarter. I Feels Like Velvet-Wears, Like Iron-BALL BAND, Tne Guaranteed Rubber Boot. For aale bv DawMn.Camo. 1 Mr ' Ut Dy "W"'niP- Cll only. ! -A iissfa-O. s..m.m. Obituary. Mary Adallnu l'lckerel was horn June 10, KVJ, near Graham, Noda- y county, Mo , and dltd Match I, nil.,, at tier liomein t-orest (,ii);anea. It'J telrs. S iniinlhs illd I dm. Sill! wa, mlrrie, liecemher 20, I"i0, to Wm. McOulre. To this union there were Iwrn " children 7 of whiiin sur- vlte. beslile her hu.bilid .Hid three half brother.. Shu has Isell a member (if the Metlimll.t i-liiireli tor til I'eArs. She hail been sick for alum a year before her death and alwaysa patient siitterer. Her hlrthday verse Is Proverbs .11: j( ,.$iie aV, 1Hf ,an,, m the spindle and her hands hold the ills- tatf." She had about Ml ipillts on hands when she died. She had nude about 2iii since she has been married, some of which were burned up when the home was destroyed by tire al one time. She enjoyed making tliem for her children, and was proud to lie able to leave them something her own hands had made. The funeral aer rices were conducted from the home by the llev. II. II. Smallwood, pastor of the M. K church, South. The remains were laid to rest in the Forest City ceme tery. H. H. S. John Iteitjamlu Heavers was born In Hampshire county, Virginia, Novem ber 3, 112: died March I, IIH3; aged years, 4 mouths and one day. He was a retired farmer. Two children, Fred W. Heavers, of Forest City; and Mrs. lllanch Fraellch, of Chlcagotand one sister, Miss Mary Heaters, of For est City, survive him. Mr. Heavers was sick only a few days before his death. lie had reached the tliree score years and ten and hail been hlcsv-d with a happy pro.perous life. He was living with his sou, Fred W. Heavers, editor of thu l ores! City News, al the time of his decea.e The funeral services w i re. conducted from the home by llev. It. II. Small wood, pastor of the M. K, church. South. The remains were laid to test In 1 1 iu Foresl City cemetery. H. II. S, Programme of Hebekah District Assembly, For est City. March 12, 1!il3: At rmtMHis sks'Iun, 2M f i Opening, Introduction of State President Mrs. Anna Sew inn Address of Welcome. Mrs. Julia lilltord Hest-on.e Mrs. Pearl Miller Hull Call. Heading of Minutes, lie porls uf Committees, lli'H)rls of L'-diies. Kxaiiilimtlou of a Visitor .Kteiiiug Star lUllotliig Kveuiplltied Forest I'll) Instruction and Kxamliiatlun In Se cret Work MrsOtlilla Parker Cumiuunlcatlous and Hills. Selection of Meeting Place. Klectlou of Oltlcers. iim:is, Conferring Assembly Degree. KVKMMI sKsslllN, s;( p. tl Opening, Heading Mrs. Knium Williams Conferring Hebekah Degree hellpse No. lo. Address .sirs, (inula rarscr Mrs Vullli. Ctrl III I Paper ... Address J.. A.l-lsl,lu VVa.l.ml -.''" .....-.-- I t-'A.tlll I I. M lleporl of Necrology Conunlttie. installation of Otllcers. Good of the Order. Closing. New Point and Vicinity. .1. C. Plaualp moved to Fillmore, Friday, and Newt Planalp, onto the home place. Kd. Davis and family, Mrs. Terry and granddaughter, Clarelena, visited Fred Davis and wife, Sunday. Claud Hender and wlfn enter 1 talned Lylu llender and family, and Hoy Hender and family, Sunday. Mr. Sam Morgeustern moved to Iowa, Hits week. They certainly had terrible roads to go over to Maltland, -Owing to the bad roads the at tendance at both Sunday schools was small. As he could not. till Ills all 1 nolntment at Woodvllle, llev. Huberts chnrt tall lir ve a sl,ort WK "ert I The mall carriers deserve all the sympathy possible now. The roads are so blocked with snow and mud that Mr. Shafer can only come to New Point and people from south am southeast meet i,lm and Uke their mall. Mr Lukens irels as far as Mil- coin schoolhouso, where he Is met by tlms wtinsn Imms hn can't reach. Mr. Nntu. tlie M&ILlind carrier. , . . . w . - . - - ., 1-- 1 1 1. 1.... ' " u"' ""'"y - iuuhi " i ." . he can and Is met by parties who get tlie mall for themselves and neigh- )0rs, Nt:itn. 1 .. ! Nell Kunkel, of Forest City, spent a few hours here, Wednesday, with Ids brother, Daniel Kunkel. -Aifre,W' Stube't of 8t- J.0S1P"' vnd M,M M,onl' B' Son,m,r' of 0,e' ROn,war,KfMt,dm,,B, license h St. Joseph, Tuesday, March 9th. - .v..a.aV T. C. Dungan Stricken. It Is with keen sorrow we .innuunce toour readers thai Hon. T. C. Dun gan, the well known attorney of our tf(. rn.,.1(., a stroke of paralysis arly WeilnexUv morning of this week, March loth, while at hi. break fast table. I'hy.lclatis were prompt ly summoned, and eicrylhlng po"l-lilt- I. being done for him, with tliu hope that he might be able to rally ,f01" "le 'oVv. The stroke allects the III I side and only the speech centers haiu liven tt- tardedt he retains control of his Ihnhs, and as we clo.e our forms he is resting quite comfortably. Drs. Ilo- gan and Proud have been with him, and a trained nurse has been sum moned. We trust he may be out and around In a few days. Do It Now. It with li'.i.me i,iiii trv vlewhiit uity Murk 4 lu-all Is iLillKI It fiut llle Un. nr yon lute lilm nil 1,1 111 now. Iton't ttllttlioM tir 11 iinlM ll.ui I lilt tie u.ii- sun IioIiI.iimiI.mi A let lie lies xllli.mmir Miles 11'er Ills litiivi Knr nomstter do you shout tl lie wiin't Nut tyviireuliout III lie w.hi'I kitiiw Ihiw iiimiy tititilmit. you lnite.tii.lt If yno tlilnk some pr.ilM. U lue lilm. hn's lli.-tliiie to .Up It tu mm. I'ur l.e VMIIIHil MMillilsl.ilnli.lnlu' w lii-fi III'. limit. V,ifi' H1.1I1 r.llii' Hll'l liiole llitli lihilil-y I tt,i ..muni ut kitul sinl .iitiiiy All.l till- tilMttY. tt II till Ul'lltwlt't M tlll'llil. I'm II Kill slo lire 11 S4nr mill II mull . Jim .Uiuitfi r. Imiti't. l.l It ill tl .ynilli.'NII llllil. il tit In I he tul: I f Its trftn. yimr pnilM l.iii It .If it'll III' lilln li t l.ltii hniiw It t Ia t Hie tt.U'l. -it iriie 1 ii.niiiiiiii in lit l .ill. IS. i,.it nail till ilfr 1. .ni t iiimI l.e'. miller- (livid II loti r. I'.O l.e .-illlll'il li-li'l III. ti'liili.liili Aid II 1,1- lll'illl. II Ine t..l'iiiriinl. School News. IIV i; sill. A. Knot, Cni'NTV MTIIII- INTI'.MIKNT On account of bad roads ami disa greeable weather, the dual examina tions for rural pupils will he con ducted hi tlie various schools of the county. All "A" class pupils will hu expected to take the examination the llrst day. Only those pupils who ex pect lo graduate and hate no grades recorded In the nillcn of county super intendent, will m reunited to take H.,. Mh.i examinations The annual .clioo! board contention will he held at Oregon, Frldayi.March in, I'.'l.'i. liter) clerk ami president of a school boatit Is rcillreil toattelid (hi. meeting. A teachers' meeting will hu held Sat unit), March 20, lido. This is one. of 1 1 hi hipi'ied meetings by law. 'i'eacheis aie expected to atlelid this meeting. I orly-foiir teachers took the exam inations fur teachers' cezlllicates last Friday ami SaliuiUy. This was mute than was expected owing tu the weather. Thirteen of these persons -trill their papers to the state super intendent fur grading, which slgnllles that they are trying to secure a llrst grade cerllllcate. A record Is not oh- talnable at titesent fur reporting those who secured curtlllcates since the pa- I pers have not been graded, I ,.. ., , , ,, , .'irs. .'i. r.. i.nmen lias reiiiriieu ......... or. 1 I""1 .-ailicii.n, n-wuili nunc MIC ii. i-eeii i 1 hu ncu.iueui iter iiiuiuer, Mrs. Fletcher, who Is still very sick, and there are 110 hopes for her re covery. Cave J. Hunt, cashier of the Citi zens hank, has been so Indisposed as to be unable to t.o al his desk In thu ' "" " McDonald. THE TAILOR Al liiivsiHi-(!auiilit'irs. Suits Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Curzon. Our mall carrier has nol been making all of the rounJs. Albert Cotton was In Forbes, one day last, week, on business. Chr s (i lfonl. wife and son. tier- 'd. spent last Sunday In Foresl City. finite a few from here attended Dan SI pes' sale, near Forbes, last Monday. Mrs. Julia Dyer and son, Chester, are vlslthiir at her uareuts. Mr. Jo seph Crimes and family. Dr. Thatcher came down In his airship last Sunday morning and left a big girl at David Killer's. Wiid? Attention, Comrades! Members of Meyer Post, 0, A. K. will hold their nest regular meeting at the home of G, W. Cummins, on Sat urday, March 21, IBIS, at 2 JO p. m., sharp, to attend to such matters as may come before; them. C W. Cummins, Commander.