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County School Note.
Mies Mildred Morris haa rcilfrncd her position at Eureka and Mm. Lil lian Hammond has taken her place. Keccntly the superintendent spent a half day in this school and found n bright group of girls and boys to work with. At Tine Hill, where Miss l'atton Is teaching there arc seven pupils two Jn A class, three in C class and two In the D class. A great Improvement has been made in the building at King (irovc; a new cloak room, windows and n new floor hate been added, and new paper makes the room clean and homelike; new toilets have improved the sanitnry con dition nlso. The salaiy has been in creased from ?i0 to ,U per month. Miss Kandall, of Maitland, has chaige of this school. At Huimuny, Miss Meadows and her thirteen pupils were hard at work, which all seemed to be enjoying. Mr. Johnston was very much at home with his thirty-three pupils at iunv Creek. Kvery one was busy nnd In earnest. There arc seven be ginners who are all doing cipeclully well. At Center Miss Tlhbetls has charge of Iwcnty-lhice pupils, Nicely paprr il walls ami n well kept floor have greatly added to the appearance of this school room. At Franklin Miss Colwcll hus u nice little school of fifteen pupils five In A class, two in II class, four in U class and four In the 1). class. Miss Avis l-'lkc Is tenrhing her (list reboot nt I'lslng .Sun; she has five In the A clus, six in the It cla's, four in the C class und five In the I) clas. The superintendent wus expecting to1 sec Miss l.uey Amies at liichlnnd nnd wus much suipiised to find Miss Mi riam Dillon In charge. Miss Dillon taught her first school hcie four eurs ngo, ami seems to enjoy being luck. Mic has foil I li en pupils four in A rlass, one In II class, one in 0 class and eight in I) class. Kvery one Intcrcetcil In school work will be pleurcil to leant that the schools are having better attendance than evei liefore. The superintendent took Mr. Iloech, the high school Inu-ctor, to the high BERT G. PIERCE " ; DENTIST Oregon, Ilo. Office in the Moore Building Office Hours t):U0 a. m. to V2-.W m. 1:110 p. in. to r:ftO p. m. I'llONKS-OM) !l, MUTUAL 43 At LKHMANS The day , clot1 ev til tlioit lengthi of ree good ol every dctulptien at teU .i.Wllotiof KEADY TO WEAR CARMUNTS. You can itve near hall by Ir.H.n, t LEHMAN'S on RtMNANT UAY school of Consolidated District No. 6. A short stop was made at Divide, where Miss l'raiswater is in charge. The superintendent visited several classes In the high school, but spent most of her time In the grades. Mr. Hoech spoke In the highest terms of the work being done here and eulogiz ed the people for making such superior educational advantages possible for the children of the district. Mr. Skel ton is the superintendent of this school, Tuesday morning the school nt For est City, of which Mr. llrolt Is super intendent, was visited and Inspected, The repoit from hcadimarters bus not yet been received nt this office, but we feel sure that both of these schools will be put on the list of first class high schools. The next visit was made to the high school of Consolidated District, No, .'I, at I'ortcscue, of which Mr. Webster N. Iliddle has charge. This was Mr. Hocch's first visit to this school, and he was very much pleased with the beautiful building, and seemed much pleased with the unique way In which the old school house has been trans formed Into u residence. The superintendent spent part of the afternoon und the next morning with Miss Thorpe and the children of the Mlewilde school. It was hcie that the hot lunch wus used so successfully Inst year, und pupils nnd teacher arc plan ning to continue its use this year. Al though the luln had commenced coin ing down in pictty lively fashion, the superintendent stopped at the llurr Oak school und spent the greater part of the afternoon with Miss Wntkins and her pupils. A short lesson in music appreciation was given in each of the schools visited, und the children much enjoyed singing to the accom paniment of the victmlu, such songs us The llattlc Hymn of the Itcpubhe, America, etc. The Teachers' Meeting at I'ortcscue, October It, will begin promptly at li.'IO, sun time, or 2'.'M, rullioad time, time. The pmgiam will be as follows: Opening exercises. Music. Address, h'upt. Iliddle. Kxvrcise by primary pupils, Miss Crow. Music. Model recitation, Mis. Minton. Music. lesson In fraction, II class pupils. Lessons In phonics, C class pupils. Music. Lesson In Heading and Word-Getting, 1st and '.M grudc pupils. Demonstration woik In Vitalized Agiicultuio, Miss Illevins nnd pupils, Music. Aildiess, Supt. Ill tit. .Music. .Spelling words: music, rhythm, tune, harmony, melody, character, celling, glievoiis, sire, niece, paialin, keloreue, gasoline, coming, difficulty, necexary, bilious, gnaw, excellent. piece, beginning, nriunge, business, nusy, pietty. School will he dNmixfcil Oct. 2,'1-il, at which time the Holt countv tencheis will attend the second annual meeting or tne .Northwest l cachets Associa tion. The teacher will lecelve her nay for these two days. Sec. lO'.KJI says: "When a certificate of attendance nnd faithful pciformniicc of duty signed u tne county superintendent Is r et wtth the dlstilct clerk, the first thtre iu wuen sciiooi is taught tneicon hull constitute the school week." o Shoe Yourself nt DAWSON'S. hvcry I'nlr (iimrnntccd to Your Kntlrc Satisfaction. An attractive dining-room To furnish a dining-room attractively the wall covering must be restful and unobtru sive. 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John C. ninkle, of near Kortcscue, was in our city visiting his son, A. J. 1 1 inkle, one day last week. Mr. Hinklc is one of those prosperous farmers In the Missouri bottom south of Fortes cue. He is one of the oldest men in that section of the country, being in his 82d year, but to sec him you would take him to lie not more than Co to 70 years of age. He Is n veteran of the Civil War. und true to his heritage. he took sides with the South, being a member of the llattlc of Vlcksburg Association. He has made seveiol visits to the famous battlefield, and wus there the day all the states hav ing troops in that battle dedicated monuments there. Mr. Hinklc says that he hauled the first lumber to this city when the town began building operations in the win ter or lKJicS. in those days the ox team was used for that sort of work. He says that his first visit at White Cloud, Kansas, was In the summer of 1856. It was on the fourth of July. The steamer, Morning Star, landed n load of passengers nt the levee. As one man was leaving the boat he was hailed bv a big loafer who Insulted him. The sailor had him sprawling In the dirt in n flash. It took six knocklng-downs to make the loafer understand that he had insulted the I wrong man tnat time. I Mr. Hinklc has about 7U0 acres of good Missouri bottom hind, most of It I under cultivation. He is now finish ing the woik of sowing 180 acres of I wheat. He says that he has known Moigan S. Mnucic, of White Clonl, sixty yeats, and that he knows Phil Kclley very well. In fact, Mr. Kelley made his boots for years. Kvery fall he would go to him nnd order a pair of boots mailt'. He has lund patents signed In the hand-writing of Presidents Zach ary Taylor and Millard Flllmoic. He came into this part of the country In 1 8. 5 and bought 232 acio, paying $1,'I00 for it In gold. A few years ago he bought back C09 acivs of land IQweMyLSfetoPC.pn.Mi JIr. McKInley's letter brings cheer to all who may bo sufferers aa he was. Read it: "I can lion-stir snr that I .f tnr Hlr to reruna. After some of the L.st iloctnrn In the) country irave me up nnd told mo I coulit hot live another. month, I'eruea eated me. Travelling from town to town, throughout the coyntry and havliik- to mi Into nit Mn6 of badly hinted stores and build Inrs. sometimes rt.indln vp for inure nt a time wlilla rly ng my trade lis auctioneer. It Is only natural that I had colde Ire uurnCrl so when this would occur I paid little nttintlon i to It. until last December when I con trsctrit a eivcre CAsc, which, through n-skct on my part settled on my lunrs. le at noil inn lair, I began ilorlollnpr. bill, nllkoul avail, until I heale) a. P.rn... II ml ml cinnnt p-alse It too Hehly.1 so I Cured 3 Mr. Samuel McKlaler, Still t 22nd St., Kansas City, Mo., Mem? tier of the, Society of U.S. Jiwelrr Auctioneers. ' old Hveryviaere. Tablet or Liquid Vntm that the river had taken from him In held a deed for, but that was the way the course of twenty years, paying the county decided It. lluiu i ,, 11.76 per nce for lund that he already Star, Oct. 10, 1310. ffie Price of a Few Records Brings This Gieer To Your Home IfSSil Y L u r70U cAn, s,f,e for yourself how The NEW EDISON will cheer aU we aS vou Xrlo T; V " Senrd il t0 yoit: home t0 P1 for a who month. And muof e Np JpJfc , rUy a reco,rds to trV " with- Ar enjoying the Srms tLl vou K ,nnfr-a WuhoIe mon,h' s,tart PaVin8 for it on such easy monthly terms that you wont even miss the money. Investigate this special offer at once. Mr. Edison's Favorite Invention Thf (enlui of Thsnui A. Editon hit given you electric light, the 'moviei-' na a scoee cf humin benefiu. Bui he himielf uyi the New Ediwo il hit JavorU. For yetri he hti toiled, night and dy, ullnj little lime foe weep, until he wi ready 10 pfonouice hi plncnrph perfect." 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