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Soil SerfueL C 52D YEAR. OREGON, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1916. - 10 PAGES. NUMBER 34. TERRORIZES PASSKNGKRS. Wild Mexican Slab Three Passen Rem on the VlllWa Train, Monday. Conductor ltcn Hawkins and tils crew had nn experience Monday morning, December 18, on the south bouml run that they will not llkcl," soon forget ' They had for passengers for St. Joseph, two Mexican, one named M. Garcia, nnd the other, nnmc un known, hut known nn n section hand. The two got on nt Vllllwn, nnd evi dently from their notion bad blood ex isted between them, but It illd not devi lop to any extent until niter the train left .Mound City. When nlmut half way between Mound City and IIIrcIow, things be came so lively tlint the knife, stove poker, etc., were brought Into rcqulsl tlon to bring about n quietude. Gnrcln drew his knife nnd Inflicted terrible cuts on hid Mexican op- Jionent. ami In the mclce, Dr. II. U. lusscll, of Skldmore, received n cut In the back, and a Mr. John Cnron, of Nodaway, received had cut on the arm, back nnd neck, nnd a mlmir .wound In the oMomcn. Consternation reigned In the smok er of the Vllllwn train for a brief period. Those behind the belliger ents were enabled to Ret nut of the way, while those In front scrambled to Ret to the tops of the seats and mnywhere they could, In order to Ret out of the way of the two entertain ers. (iarcln was finally knocked down with n stove poker, and beaten almost to Insensibility before he was sub dued. By this time the train arrived at IIIrcIow, and thn wounded Mexican section nana was nut Into thn lintr a-aRc car, nd lr. F. K. HoRan, of iiirciow, tne company's physician, sot on the train on his way to St, .Tn,AIll MM. I It .... ..... t...... WW.. j., Mill, IIU II. Ulllt; KUb UUKl dressing the wounds of the wounded parties. Notwithstanding, Garcia was shackled, he was violent anil al, most unmanageable, anil seemed to met like a mad man he Is simply a Mexican. On arrival of the train at Forest City, Deputy Sheriff Cook was on liann, anil Conductor Hawkins turn nl Garcia over to him. who with aids put him Into n car and brought him to this eitv. where he vn Imlmvi In Jail. Sheriff yRelvIn call-d Dr. Kearney, who found the man 'badly beaten tip about the head and face. Ills wounds were dressed and ban dagod, hut tho Doctor hail no sooner leit, when, in his mail frenzy, he tore them off, and has been a mean, vicious, unruly prisoner, refusing to take his food, and has been as uglv as n man can lc. Deputy Sheriff Cook was compelled to fell him to the floor Tuesday evening to compel obedience. Dr. U'issell was ennbleil to return to his home on the evening trnln. while tho Mexican section hand and Mr. Cnron were made Inmates of the hlters hospital for treatment. Tuesday morning, n Hurllne-ton dr. tectlvc. accompanied by a Mexlcnn Interpreter, arrived here and Is nt work on the case to get what mro matlon thev can from Garcia. Iloth Dr. Russell nnd Mr. Ceron re. celved their stnbs whiln aiding In overnnwering the "wild mnn from Mexico. Prosecuting Attorney Tibbels was here Tuesday to Inquire Into the case, and Garcia will be prosecuted for felonious assault F.njoyrd Ills Visit. We had n delightful vlttt, last Fn unlay, from John Q. Trimmer, of wound t.lty, who came down to say "Howdy" to mnnv of his old friends here, and to en toy a ride over our naved streets. He came n a i ffcr ent vehicle from that which he uscil to ride ntiout In wren n lad in Jersey or what he used when ho first came to .Holt county some fifty years ago. Ho rnmc In nn auto, driven by his son-in-law, Will Meyer nnd son, of tho Diiuon district. Aitnougn nr. Trim mer wll lie HI venrs old In Fehrunrv he enjoys the best of health, with most excellent eyesight. Ho went liack and enjoyed his summer vacn' tlon In his native state. New Jersey nnd en loved n visit with bis sister. who Is now 01 years old, nnd Is In splendid health; it was their first meeting In 60 years. Recovers Stolen Watch. J. II. Miles, who wns"vYobbed In broad dayllRht. near the Francis street station In St. Joseph, August 5, nnd lost his .watch. wnB In St. Jo seph, Tuesday nnd Wednesday, nnd while thero recovered the watch he had lost. A negro, known to thn St. Joseph ponce as "snowball" atewnrt, nn swered tho dcscrlntlon Mr. Miles cavi at that tlmo and vns nrrcftcd n short tlmo later. Tho wntch was found In Ills' possession, nnd 'although he nlead his Innocence of the crlmo when first arrested, tho negro later plead guilty and was sentenced tvtho state peni tentiary ror tnrco years. Mr. Mllos did not learn of tho arrest and con viction of tho black man until his In.t visit to the city. Ho waa Informed that tho criminal bad already served two months of his term at Jefferson Cltjv-Cralg Leader, December 15, j mo. . ' ST Miss .Laura ITover. of Forest i;ity, was the micst or Dr, J.. V, Chandler and family and ITneln Won Lunsford, In Oregon, Friday oMait week. Ltl!&-LP5'.r9H.t The most momentous event since the beglnnlns of the war will bo credited In history to the pnst week-Knce propo-al ly the central powers; Chancellor von llethmann-lldlwes's sugiic-tloii-. put It illrertly up to Premier Lloyd (leoree to iimiouiii e his attitude toward tho war as his first official art since he reorganised the tlrllliti cabinet: I'reiK h nrralr also underwent a chance; ilinl vivpM sm-renlnl Cenersl Joltre. tliouisti tieneral Petnlu's name was cntnldcrcd at drid; ns In England, Ave men now form n supreme unr council, with Premier llrhitid at Us head, hi the war iiren ItonuistilsiH lot more Rimmd. while In (Irwvc the allies were said to threaten Kins Cmnlniilliie with dethronement, harking Vrnlselo as president. Tlie Washington government started Investigation Into high co-t of IItIiis; re) cuiitluiM-i lo lie bo-culled. Congressman Webb fathers a bill permitting combinations of extorters after the wur to rupture foielgn trade. News Snapshots Of the Week mm greetings. The Sentinel sends Its hearty and sincere season's greetings to ench and every patron, whether advertiser or subscrib er, or both, wishing for them a Joyous and happy Christinas season, and n prosperous and happy New' Year. To the suffering and the af flicted we hope for n speedy re covery. To the poor and less fortunate, we Jiope that some kindly heart will bring them the season's good cheer, and that the real Christmas spirit may be each and every one's portion. Mankind Is always happier, for having been happy; so that If you mako them happy now, you make them happy twenty years henco by the memory of It, Has not tho coming of Tho Sentinel made you happy anil the memories and associations of the old family paper mado you happier, and will not these associations ever bo a bright spot upon tho tublct of your memory 7 So, to each and every one, The Old Sentinel sends you Its greetings for the season. May each nnd every ono be happier and more proserous during 1017. llrraks Knre Joint, Dr. C. I- Kvnns Is In winter tmnr- ten for several weeks at least, hav ing met with a narcldent that will 5ovemor over 1800 miles), 0 t-!- c.Min.. cents n ftound. 1g mCl Wim n naiX UCm nmi Hill tmrimir mini . -niruuj iii,. .i., e-- t- .,,. likely Impress him for some time to llm.ston of the Department of AgrJ-1 "I W.lr.1 It a (rUvcy come, whether or no a icupw anouid culture. . .... I. ..." 1 li : ' go to church when the streets or Houston taxes tne position mat , '"j;. ...... wnlks nre slippery. i state or Missouri has no lllghwny rii'iuiny morning ial, iecemner ) ,, nepnrinirni wiinin inr mmninK in the Doctor nnd his good wife started the fcdcrnl aid law, and thnt the stne to church; thev are both devout mem- cannot share In nny feilernl aid ber of the M. K church, and they money until It gets a lllghwny Do are not of the sugar or salt variety partment with nuthorlty to supcnlso of members; the wenther conditions nnd direct rend construction, havp to be of tho very worst sort to lloton finds the Missouri High keep them away. On this occasion way Department, of which Col. Frank U'P walks and streets were coveieil milium is riimniiiwiunrr nun only advisory power ami mat nirincr nil- Doing "Nicely. I.lttlo Mario Hmlgln. who was so badly hurncil two weeks ago. Is doing as well as could possibly be expected. She has been so bravo and patient In nil her extreme suffering, and this has been helped greatly by friends who have so lovingly remembered her with tlornl tokens, which have wrought to her the r silent, but frae rant messages of sweet rcmembrnnco In her suffering. The bandages have iiccn removed from her eyes, and sho Is not only ablo to drink in their sweet fragrance, but see them In all their tieauty. Largo and beautiful hunchci canio from her class-mates, of tho Freshmen class, in tho class colors, red and whlto roses; a largo mined irom her former teacher, Mrs, Lillian Aust n-Lurt s. of Ch rairo: her Sunday school class; tho u. U. J club: Mr. and Mrs. Durham, of Mourn City; Nell Uoccker, of Council UlulU Iowa; Mrs. R .(!. Ilulcy, Wm. Hos- sick, I). I', Douyns; Genevieve Proud or ht. Joseph; liencvleve lluchcr, Mrs, M. L. Aicyer, Miss Mary h. West, and Mav I'lussninn. of Marvville. .-miss Mario desires ino sentinel to thank each and every ono of tho donors for this loving remembrance mown ncr. T It Was Wo guess A. a Good Fight. II. Greeno and D. P, Dobyns, of this city, anil James fiuth rie. of Mound City, well remember tho Kith. lGth and 17th of December, i yenrs ago. It was tho occasion of thn battlo of Nashville. Tim former wns a member of tho 49th Ohio; tho second, tno 4uin mo., and trio latter. n member of the U'M Mo. Cant. R I j. Allen's comnany. Wo hclievo M'r. Guthrie is tho only surviving member oi tins comnany, which wns principal Contain Allen. John Inehrnm. Georno Adolph, nnd Christ. Meyer have long sinco answered their last roll call. It was on December 10, 1864, that Jolm ingnram lost his nrm.ln a charge, The Stork Came. George Eckard and wife,, of Craig, were nwutj giau on ucccmucr lis, D a visit irom tno stork, wnicn 1 them a daughter. On December 10, the stork vlsltcl at the horns or n. A. Peters and wife, of Corning, and left them a fino baby A CIIAPTKR ON ACCIDKNTS. I No Federal Aid. I cents per pound. Ml.no-rl iiipv not nart c nate n the i "MXtn sone ti $S'i.OO0,0CO npnortlonment of appro-' font per pound, iirlniliinn ln Hie fnlrral government "Seventh .one (I r ,i.. i... ..c ......i M.,i. fi cents nor imund. i...ii. r...... . I..H.. ...u.i i. "I. irhth tone t Teachers Hold County Meeting. School wns dismissed Thursday anil Frldnv of last week, on account cf tho nnmial teachers' meeting, which was held nt Mound City. There aro utas MAi-rnl district meetings each year, but the teachers from the wholo iiiunty mil required to attend only tno fnll meeting. Tho mvetlnir was given a good slnrt by nn nndre of welcome by Attorney A. M. Tibbels, who assured the teadieis thnt the people of Mound city wnie pleased lo nave tnein mcci in their city nnd would do nil In their nower to entertain them while there. Superintendent J. (!. Knsor, of Ore gon, rei noncied nnd expressed mo thanks or the trnchers for the cour tesies that might be shown them dur Ing their visit. County Superintendent Mrs. Al lierta Green-Mutphy then Rnve n very Interi'stlng report of the work anil' advancement of the Holt county schools during the past year. Sho expressed her appreciation of tho help and co-operation or the tcacn- its, wishing them greater success than 'Ncr in nveicmnlng their rapuii Increasing obligations. She closed by giving them her rreen wnicn was tno principles that guided her In Riving her best service to the schools of Holt county. F.very teacher present felt Hint they were matcrlaly helped by the kindly wonls of advice backed ny so many years oi sucrcssiui ex perience. Superintendent J. U. Crosen spoke on the methods of teaching reading felt that tlieyAero materially helped as an exalnplc "Paul Revere Ride, inn a. mnn ...II.,. innn iiemnnsirnirii nun ini- iniviivi 100 to 180(1 miles), t)lt, cI1I(Ilvn roui, w r nrouseil that each child would reel that he hlmscir was taking that historic ride. The feature of the program waa Corn Mel Patten In her lecture. "Tho Place and Purpose of Rending." Miss reader nnn lecturer oi sub as of and old. She declared that the cause of the greatest number or failures in i . i.... . .. i...t . .1,. I 000 to 1400 miles), 1 1 clr- con- with n thin snow, and they started The Doctor was careful to assist his wife, she having n stirT knee, yp ar riving at the Variety store corner, thev concluded to avoid the approach ; the side walk, owing to it cieva on bImivo the street and curb line. and they took the paved street. The Doctor and wife hnd proceeded down the-street only a short distanco he was carefully aiding his wife, to prevent her from falling, and when nbout opposite tho dividing lino be tween the Variety store and the Phil brick bnrber shop, the Doctor slipped and fell' to the street. The Doctor knew at once thnt something hnd hap pened, tnni meant much suucring and tedious confinement. Doctors Wood and Chandler ban nered to be nearby at the time, nnd they hurried to the old of the Doctor. unariey I'altersnn, wim his enr, was near to the place of the accident, and the Doctor was placed In the car and taken to his home, and his wlfo was helped to the home. The Doctors went after the Doctor to see If the DiKtors could do any- th nir for the Doctor. Im- ev ng It' a rase where the admonition, "physi cian heal thyself," would not apply. examination revenled the fact that tho Doctor had broken his left knee nint. tibia, which means much suf fering and long confinement for tho Doctor. Dr. Thntchor. n brother-in- law, soon Joined Doctors Chandler and ooi! and they did what was nec. essary In such injuries, and he is do ing ns wen as could lie expected in such enses, ' On Janunrv lit. lfltli. Mrs. Evans. while visiting at Savannah.met with an accident, ny railing down a Blair way, injuring the left knee In a sim ilar manner to thnt which befell her husband last Sunday. fhe poJtK-genera. shall have "n.',?... 'SfJPSS hor ty to require publishers to Tl..l in . .. thnt wi i non':,. er h'ro'vlslon.. the hill In- '''ite Accent's am,l!,,un,?tn!ai; ' n.iing or the from i to N cents a pound, making ii.hu nt ilm rhllil to irrasn tho them thlnl class matter, Instead of "tno ton ".'uttto grades." ftiS" liarcel post. mennlng of the prlnleil page. Accidentally Shot. Clarence, the oleven-venr-nld son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Dinwiddle, llv. Ing on tho Henry Conk nlare. lust souin oi avm, is sunering irom a painful gun shot wound, vhleli came to nt mm a pecullnr mnnner. i On Friday morning of last week, December. 15, Clarence, who had out some trans, started out to run his traps, rnrrylng with him n 12'i target niie, wnicn ho carried in his hand, holding It about tho renter of tho barrel, and just as ho pass oil out of the yard gate, tho weapon slipped from his hand, tho butt strikinir the ground. cniiBlng It to discharge. Tho young inn wa Kinkcn into, the home, nnd Dr. Kearney whs summoned, who hurried to thn scene, and on examination It wns found that tho hulet had entered tho right breast, above tho nipple, anil ranged upward. It wns deemed best to havo an X-rny examination, nnu no was laKcn to u .inscpn by Dr. Kearney, where (ho X-iny was applied, nnd the bullet was lo cated between tho collnr hone, and shoulder blade. Owing to tho dcllcato location of tho ball, It wns thought best not to remove It nt present, and ho has been brought back to his homo where he Is resting as well as could possibly bo expected. Tho ladles of tho Woodvillo Tres- byterian church will havo a Bake Sale at Harvey Evans" store, next aaturaay, December zs. Miss' Mildred, ilauchter of Mr. and Mrs. Geonra Mever. of Mound City, Is home for the Yulctldo season, irom i no wara-lieimniu uouege, at ixasnvuie, icnncssco. thority must be vested in the high way commissioner before Missouri ran get any of the government's road money. The position taken by Houston will require the legislature to amend the State Highway Department law In such manner ns to bring It Into com pliance with tho federal law. Tho county courts and the county highway boards which am provided for by tho act of April 17, 101.1, seem to hnve complete control over both the location and improvement of roads In general, although by tho art of March '22. 101 H. improvements costing not less than $1,000 a mile are required tn be approved by the high way commissioner as wen ns tho county court" It thus appear that, while tho State Highway Department may render assistance tn the counties, it has no Independent authority to select roads for Improvement, and Is entirely without authority to super vise construction work. It is absolutely ersentinl under the feilernl aid rnnd act that the High way Department of a state ..hall 1h able to agree with the sccrctnry of ngnrunuro upon inc roans to im con structed and the character and meth od of construction, nnd that it aim shall have authority to supervise con struction work. The nileral department Is unable to reach the conclusion that the High way Department of the Stato of Mis souri has adequate authority In any of these matters, but, on tho con trary, Is Inclined to tho view that ad ditional legislation is necessary to give ft such powers as will enable It to perform the duties required by the feilernl road aid act. u i One Cent luteal Postage. Ono cent postage for local Jlr:.t class mall ilellverlen and n zone hvh. ten of rates for second class matter, which Is expected to greatly increase tho charges for magazines and other periodicals having n natlnu-wido cir culation, nre provided for In the nn. mini post ofllce appropriation hill as virtually completed In tho committee. Tho measure carrying appropriations totalling about $,'17,000,000 will like ly bo reported to tho House thla week. Under the one-cent nostacre nrovl. slon, tho rnto on letters and other moll matter of the first class, when deposited In nny post ofllco or branch post ouice or letter box or post odlco in the delivery district, for delivery within tho limits of the post ofllce, city or rural delivery district, would do cut in nnu, I ho none proposal for handling newspapers and magazines, which now nny a uat rato or one cent a pound. Is regarded as one of thn most radlcnl changes In post ofllce rates in years. It divides tlioN country Into eight zones, with rates chargeable ranging from ono cent for 300 miles tn C cents for 1P00 milos or more. Tho bulk of dally newsnanvrs. tho committee believes, will not do affect ed because they do not circulate be yond a .lUO-mila radius. , ino li III provides! "mat all news. papers, magazines and other, nubllca. lions reguinny onmmed to tne malls as matter of the second class, when ....!).! I... !,. nl.lu... .1..I1 1 iiiaiii-i, uji tuu jiuuiioiii. , oilttll UCJu arter do subject to tne following raws Thnm.liiv nrtcmmin. Mr. G. W. Ilnnvis. fnnner rountv superintendent of tills county, gave a demonstration VanVlcklr Heating System, W. II. VanVlckle received his final " "" " " ? 11 Xreit fi patent papers Saturday for a heating canned freU In such ayrtrm Ulch he has perfected. Some T'JZZa in one could nrt'M" 111:1 lit' Itiriitu I'Ul'i in viiwt. sll a s li.. in llnll .'. . 1 inn ui iinti-iiT Liu inrunni 111 uvhsiii guaranteed his patent ngnt nnu at ., - . K.mllnir out bulletins on aarl that time the manufacture of tho ays- cn,XccU that would "be of innt tune tne 11 nnu.uciurc 01 1110 py.- cUurBj objects that would bo of SNpHHtTu th- wort ercellent ?,,,(? ." -terintendent of fenture of .Mr. VanVlckle's plan. It rAt Xj "" uP snokc F?ldav rudlntlon from u-stove and substl tutes scientific ventilation and com nlrte c rcu hitlon of n r, A stove will be sold with the sys trm when required, but nny large up nome tntstnkes often mnife by teach err and offered many suggestions by whlch these mistakes might be avoid- , 1 r .. 1 , I .. .. 4 1 V,. right stove .may be used to fural h 'w JiKuVaV' It wMta ' '.i "''1..T1 1. i. ..V .1.1 difficult matter tn arrn rum' 1111.1 linn piiii'ii, iiuiiii 111 ,111 top and bottom legs support arrange a meet s wi eld is iMiund nt the , , ,,,,,. ,.,. tlmn WM om by enstlngs. Three .fn ni Mmmd City by Misses Dor ' JiT'n? rUfcU..lX t Mound City by Misses Doro inches from the floor. About one. third of this shield is used for a rtW- rmhPr of nrii-s for ' work ,s , , , 1 i 1 was g ven to the vnrous schools by enables that much of the shield to bo sVpofl Undent Mrs. Murphy. A thrown back to affor.1 1 bri-ct radio lim , ' , nf ',playel when desired. , 1 ho direct rndliitlon wnrk w,lIc, t0MllX of'driw. mnkes It miss bio for e lib ren. nttend- ".. . .... 1 1.. ....1 i,..i .....i, i big hchool In the country to warin Dn 0xltillt that would compare themselves quickly upon ai riving at rftVornbly with that of nny county In 111., firhnnl. I . . A vent for air. In the form or a ami passcu from Inside the shield nnd passes from Inside hi shield through an opening n th wn 1. (Jut- side the wall, the box Is open on the lower side of an air Intlike nnd In the stnle. Tho association held its lnt ses sion Sntunlny morning, whlrli waa devoted to llnlshlnir un the business left over from tho previous days. Much favorable comment wns heard among the tearbers and patrons on lion .... ....... ... IIMinilL? llll? It'll! II sine the shield It is open nt the ton i.m i... ... ,1 t.i .....1. . 1. . 1 , . 1 1 . 1 inr I'Alllniin in nit- n,m ttuin. nui, to penult the cold, flesh o r to Pass , )u,y 1)roUll of ner up between the stove and the shield. ,,, ;, ,,'. wiv-Jncement, for It Is henteil without lo.lnir its purity nnd is thrown into the room from the top. Another vent, In the shape of an Inverted funnel, with a stove pine attached at the ton. leads from a point near the floor to the chimney, nnd this drawn the foul air off and which County Superintendent Mrs. Murphy deserves thanks. 1tr.ru111r.il. or postage, tno zone system now ap plying to parcel post matter to na adapted also to second-class, matter: "Locatr first, second 'and third cone (under 300 miles), 1 cent per pound. "Fourth zono (300 to 600 miles), 2 cents per pound. ."Fifth zono (600 to 1000 miles), 3 Journalism Sixty Years Ago. Tim Dninlin lice, nf December 10. nut of the loom through tho chimney, hns nn interesting article on early A peculiar, but coiiimendable fen Inurnnllsm In Omnlin. and in this con turu of the plan is that tho heated air nertlon mentions n character related usccwU to the celling, Is reflected to to some of the rltlrens of Oregon at the opposlto wall and down: thus ilm urnsent time, l'dltor Iloscwater. I heating tho other side of the room of the lice, speaks of having tho prlv- irom inetsiovo urst, wim tno door liege or looking over copies or tna In tho shield closed, very little direct old Nebraskn Democrat, which bora heat Is fell near the- stove and seats the Imprint "Vol. 1, No. 18. Novem near the stove arc as comfortabln as Iter 18, IBM," also a ropy of tho lie any In tho room. nulillcnn. dated Mnv t. IBM). A company hns been formed In Tho Democrat wns published "every Kansas City, Kansas, for the mnnii- Thursday" at "Omaha City, Nchras facturo of tho system and will bo kn Territory," by Hadley D. Johnson, known ns the VnnVlckle-Wolsenborn who wns also the Territorial printer. Co. Mr. Welsenborn. tho other mem- The publisher. Hndlcv D. Johnson. ber of the firm, is n Kansas City mnn- w-ns tho father of Mrs. Anna K. Ir uiaciurer. ine company has been in vine, Mrs. fi. 11. rnro and uougiaa corporated with a capital stock of (Dug) Johnson, of this city. $(.1,000. Another factory recently In the early davs Mr. Johnson waa commenced their manufacture in. one of tho big, brainy men of thn Denver nnd thla company Is Incorpor- Nebraska Territory, and attained uted under tho name of VnnVIckle, prominence ns n writer and a leader muck & weisennorn. it is tno intcn- 111 Democratic circles. tlon to commence manufacturing them In Chicago soon. Two fiomi SaiCB onornt o.n'' Kramer. Monday, ai lonesome, Woods. I.Ialr nnd Kin,- W . Ln"f " ' ffi fy Mi00?-. 1icy. aro saw to bo.giv i.i 1 v', 5 ml ?-.UingyColonel . Rahb ,tho auctioneer. and fiolnnulo Ami .,nnrh,finn Vn.. informs US that Ktl lint RUMd thO Sn, systems nra now n oneration7 ,R U,K I "ut. " " HsWW. r-nli- Ijimlot- Dr'nmlini. tr. loin ' coming yeaning neiicrs ami steers t.rnlg Jodcr, December 10, 1310. kroueht kQ . Tlieso helfera and steers would bo yearlings about nt. r..i In., n... . 1 1. .tiuv.'u unit 1,1111 iiibv u. .nn yi-ur. George Gelvin hna emit the Jail, nnd "W.JU Kolhiier's snc, Tuesday, Do- j has moved Into his little cottago ceml' 1. wa fj0, w.p tnded, ;)J home, whoro ho and his wire wtu now V"',uu".'5.uo "i" ra,D yn, enjoy tho comforts of real Ufa. Tho w.m M "toe than he expected, lail is now In charge of fiherlff-clrt clnel Babb Informs us thnt milk Ben CrouBcr, who will become effl- luj" J"- BUIU t,D0U lo. J clallv the "ihcrlff on January l. head, and brood sows avomffed M5 m . . 1 riAf hAtlff uoorge icon as nappy as ciara in J V "v""j high tide, and says ho It going vol Mov'averv hoar in bis aid hnmn.-l Pi1, I... .maiiU,! n,..lil. and. It will- be "love In a cottage" in with Mooro & Kreek, groecre, and a,i I now at work.