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III Sir if LIGHTS OUT? THEN TAKE THEM TO GERALD KING We make a specialty of repairing auto tops and curtains FORDS We carry Ford Recovers and Cur tains in stock, and put them on at regular Ford prices See us and let us get your car ready for winter. Gerald A. King ir-nr. i co i xtv school xoti:s Hy County SupiTintcnili'tit of I'ulillc liiMnirtluti, Quito n numlxT of kIiooIs were vis Itcil during the past wick; Lincoln. Crimen, Minni'siitii Vullcy, IIohk (irnvc, l'lrusnnt Hill, New Liberty, the IiIkIi mIiikiI of Corifollilatcil llirlrirl No. 1. Dale Center, Loni'somv ami (lonliin. At Lincoln, .Mini Hunker lilt -H u Jills, five in tin; A class, flvu in llio II dux, nine in tho C class mul nlno in tho 1) class. Little lluxil Callow specially iittrartcil the iuporinti'n ili'nt'ii iiltcntiun UK liciiiK ilrciilcilly the best rvuilvr in the fiixl kiihIo. Urusrn ichii(il, with .Mis Miibel Smith as teacher, liu nine ptipili. elht of whom wcru present. Till Is one of the moxl pli iiMiht little mIihoI looms In the county. Theiu me 1!0 pupils lieliniKinK to the Mlnnesulu Valley kIiooI; licit Jlii Hester i teaching (or thu scennu consecutive yeur. 'I'heie iiiv i luht pupils In tho A cluss, fie In the II cluss, nine In the C clans il five in the I) class. At Itus (irove there me 21 pupils. Miss Price, who niiiilo quito u leputti tion hy successfully liiaiiuuratln ami currying out the ecrvini: of the hot lunch in tho one room luiul fchool last year in tho lillewilde mIiouI, is inukliiK tlilntrs InteieHtini; for the pu pils here. A .Mothers' meeting was held heie Nov. 14, when it was ! t'iileil that they would nil give her very assistance In their power to make the tchool what It slioulil he in very r expect. Thu equipment will ho leady to all to dint tho hut lunch by Cluistnias. Thin teacher believes in keeping things sanitary hy u plenti ful use of water ami noun applied with u hcruhhiiiK brush. The older boys of tho school iiuvo made u fine cuphonid In which to keep thu hot lunch equip ment, using ii.h a liuiii what, do )uu iuppuio? an ohl worn out oikuii. A newInK cluh I bciiir oruuninil In thin school. At l'lrusant 1 1 1 1 1 thrro are '27 no. tills. The teacher. MiMH ThoniUH. in to, of mini) on rnterlm' liluli ..rlimil.1 Lu commended on the jrooil orileily ul-,.llss IJema Wilson, pilncipal of Craig mosphcre of tho school room. 'lhero'hltth school. nave oven no inline in uie school so far, and tho attendance lius been ex cellent. Tho school has been fortunate .Miss Vciu Judy is in chargo here. 'I'll lo youni; lady helmiKeil to Hull county' teaihlnic foico yeur before last, having suspcmleil her teachliiK work to attend tho Teacher' Collece at .Muryville hint yeur, wheie she com pleted her olementury course mid earmil her life iliplouia, At loiiloii there nic only six pu pils, .mi iiiiincne I lay i muKinK her initial effent In the teachlni; pin Cession here. A nothing veiy extensive I given Willi leitanl to the sltuly o poultry in our text hook on agriculture, I would suggest to thu teachers of the county to write to Hurry' (iuhleii Hole 1'oultry I'min, unking them for their catalogue, whcili they put out i roe oi cnnigc. it contain n wealth of Instruction along thl line. A very Intciesting Teacher' meet ing wiih hold in lligelow lust h'alunlay. .mi i-.nginim umi ner corp or ui taut made all Uniting teacher very inudi lit home. At the clore of the Hplendld pruKrum, all were invited ilownxtiiii to the Oomoxtlc Sconce loom umi e-ved with hot chocolate, Minduiche nnil cake. Lcry teacher perfuimcd hi pint of the iiininni with the excejition of .Mr. Lel-'ever. The next ineelini; will he held in CriilK. .Satunlay, Div. il, at l::iu. .Min (iertrudo Kill I y will bo chairman of tin mietliiK. Thu jiioKium will be a follow: Community nlnglni;. Invocation. liihtruuientnl nolo, Mix I.ucllc Nun man. "The Value of Athletic In School," Supt. K, L Skinner. Vocal xoto. Mix I'rlodn Kruor. Deinnnsl ration of I'liuiury Woik, Mr, (lullllumx. "The Value of Community Meet inirx," .Supt. Alva 1 1 111. Community xlnging. Community xinglnir. "The IIIkIi Kchool and the Subject that xhouhl be tuucht In It," Supt. Jumcx K. lloweiy. "Miat can leuxonalily lie expected Personal and Otherwise In xecurlnc a new Victiolu. It had nut yet ui lived, mi tho xupcrintendent Kave the children a demonxtratlon, ux- iok me inxirumeni which xiio tuke with her in her car over the counly. Thinking people rvcrywhciu havu cumo to lecognizo the xtrong eilucu tlonul vulue of music. When prop erly taught. It xtundx fur u much mental development ux any other nub ject In tho xchool curriculum. No other Kubject. kuvo literature, I o highly cultuiol when opportunity I given to uno niuIc in u icully cultural wuy. The coming of the Vlctiola Into tho hclioola ha brought music to pvoro child. We can begin tho teuchlng of inuxic in eany cniiiiliooil juxt us we begin tho teaching of language und literature, und keen richt on udilinir to our musical knowledge juxt as wo win io our Knowicugo ami uxe or r.ng llxh. Theio arc 11) nunili In tho Newl.lh crty xchool, three in tho A claxs, eight In the II cluxx, two In the C clans, and tlx in thu 0 clbx. Tho patrons of thia xchool may consider themselves very fortunute in having for their 'children's teacher, Mix Stella Davis, an Instructor who made her reputation In the teaching force of the county tome years ago, and who was pressed into me service again on account or the scarcity of good teachers. In the high school of Consolidated District No. 1, three years' work is being done, freshman, junior and senior. Mr. Alva Hill unit Miss Alma Lucas ure conducting one of the best high schools In the county. What they lack Is sufficient room in which to do their work. Tho school is now tho proud possessor of a fino new piano, At Dale Center, Miss Cottier, who taught In Atchison, county last year, is In charge. There are 21 pupils here, a very bright bunch Indeed. The pu pil receiving tho second highest grade In the final county examinations last year was a member of this school, Gladys Painter, There are 25 pupils at Lonesome, Aye in the A class, ten in the B class, four in the C class and six In the D class. County Treasurer Scbourn Carson and w-lfo spent Sunday In Pawnee City, Neh., with his father, A. J. Car son, and other I datives and friends. Mrs. Gcoriro W. Colvln. for many year o ixldcnt of Oregon and Mnltlnnd, died nt the residence of her ilauchtcr. Mrs. Stanton Mitchell. In Kansas City. Mo.. Satunlay of last week, Nov. 22, 1U19, nged TO years. Mineral ami Interment wus in Kansas City, Monday ot thl week. Nov. 24, VV hope to bo furnished with rucix lor an obitunry in our next issue, Dr. Sherman II. Ilihbanl, wife and little son, Sherman II. Jr., drove up from Kansas City, Sntunlay evening of last week, remaining until Sunday evening, when they returned by train, leaving Sherman, Jr., and tho nurse, .Mrs. llllma Hwnnson, until the follow ing Monday noon, when they returned And, of course, to see that the nurse and Master Shcrmnn made the trip snfely, (iranilpa nnd (irandmn C. D. Zook accompanied them home for a few days. Demonxtratlon of Victiolu by Mis Dunlup. Teachers, do not forget to bo Inter ested In the Junior Ited Cross woik, Thoao xchool wishing to organize or lu-nrgunlze may leeeive tho necessary card, etc., by writing or phoning to Sunt. S. V. Skelton, New I'olnt. Spelling words: campaign, viituoux, guarantee, fuurrctxomc, foreign, una lyze, peculiar, recommend, necessary, necessity, gruuuai, enterprise, criticise, tegular, attendance, turdy, correct, serious, prize, commence, beginning, uttorney, tyranny, vicinity, trouble some, analyst. .Missionary Society Program. The Woman Missionary Society of the Christian church will meet Dec. 3, 1H1(J. at 'i n. in., at the home of Mrs. Jacob lluchcr with Mrs. K. 0. Phillips as leaner, f ollowing is me program: Hymn, 133,. Invocation. Business. Krec-wlll offering. Devotional period, Mrs. Phillip. Hymn. 80. Uible Study, "Feeding tho Klvc Thousand," John 0:1-4, Mrs. Lester Pettljohn. Prayer. Music. Mrs. Phillips. Papers. "Among the Foreigners In the United Stattcs," Mr. Karl Wilson. "Among tho Miner," Mrs. Ilebccca Pmml "The Hussion Mission, Mrs. Chas. King. "On the Frontiers," Mrs. James Eddy. Song, Mario Hodgln. Itound table Survey of local condi tlons among foreigners. Intercession. Ilenedlction. Social hour. SECY. ludire H. M. Dunran. wife and little son, Robert, Howard Teare and wife, R. II. Bridgeman and Joe II. Murray were all St. Joseph visitors, Monday of this week. Wo arc clad to lenm that tho , i,. ... i- i.- in... i i Jicaun ui riunK j. uuii; ui wiuik, linx so Improved that he has returned home from Excelsior Springs. t "Enos Smlthcrs. Jr.. was taken to si St. Joseph hospital, November 20th, and operated upon for appendicitis ami gall stones. It is reportctl that no is getting along nicely. Mrs. James Field, who has been troubled with cancer for a long time, died nt her hornet, near Napier, Thurs day night, Nov. 13. 1D1U. The remnlns were taken to Fairfax for burial, the following Satunlay, and laid to rest besldo her mother. C. C. Brown and family and Mrs. C. II. Patterson at tended the funeral. Will and Chares Kincannon, of Nemaha, Neb., brothers of the deceased, wore also in attend ance at the funeral. The iittlc son of Mr. and Mrs. Pettis, of Fortescuc, fell from n tree, Thursday, Nov. 13, and dislocated one ot his shoulders. William Dunnlhoo, of Craig, had business in Oregon, Saturday of lost week. He has purchased 160 acres netar Henry, South Dakota, and will leave with his family for that place this week. He was a fine citizen, and all regret the departure of he and Jhls fnmly, but wish them prosperity, heaitn ana nappiness in tneir new home. C. C. Aiken, who used to practice law at Mound City In tho early 80V with 11. C. Pepper, Is now assistant attorney general of Oklahoma. His former partner, II. C. Pepper, went to McDonald county. Mo., and became the circuit Judgo of that district. Ho is now dead. Tho Craig leader tells us thnt C. M. Wlcklscr & Son have purchased the I Craig Theatre from W. S. Thomson, ami win make some ncctieu improve mentx. Dwh?ht Meyer, wife and children drove over to Itoscndnle, Sunday last, and visited with former menus, j. WnrhtM nnd fnmlk. Mrs. K. L. Mcbonnhl nnd children, of SL Joseph, were here over Sunday, the guests of Grandpa and Grandma K. S. McDonald and wife, and other ' relatives. Geo. R. Murray has sold his hand some suburban home and 60 acre farm to Phil Markt for J21.000, or 350.0O per acre. He will not give possession until the first of next March. He does, not know what ho will engage In at present, and we do sincerely hope he und his most estimable family will fin ally decide upon remaining here. Ho will not remove however until all of his nursery stock deliveries nrc closed, which will probably not be beforo the first of next May. We bid Philip and fumlly a hearty welcome, and will not say good-bye to Mr. Murray nnd fam ily until later on. R. Lip pold , one of tho big wheat raiser of the bottom, Idlcwlldc school district, Mlnton township, accompani ed by his son-in-law, James Forney,, also his son, Kmll, wife and children, and Miss Fcm Bowles, of tho xamo district, were In town, Monday of this week, on business. The Queen Insurance Company, of America, will Insure your property ugainst loss by fire, lightning, wind storm and tornado. See A. W. COTTEN, Agent for tho City of Oregon. PETREE BROS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. New Office. Upstairs Over Postofflce. Job Printing of the highest qual ity, at the Sentinel office. ison for Thanfeplvino" Special Offers 1 i Hlll lH it i r i it s v r .x i ij -i -sisassssssssii ur ,wrmmmiwtmtrmem ET Thanksgiving uay, cms year, be the happiest of all Thanksgiving Days. Let it bring 'extra cheer to your home, added warmth to the hearts of all your family. You can have the New Edison in your home so easily on this special offer. Buy Only A Few Records Yes, buy only a few records and we will send The New Edison to your home right away. Play it on Thanks giving Day. Play it a whole month without further thought of payment Then, when you have seen how much it means to your home, after thirty days, start paying for the instrument on monthly terms so small that you will scarcely feel the expense. 2& WW EDISON No Needles to Change Even records of all other makes sound more human when played on The New Edison This is Mr. Edison's own favorite inven tion. This is the instrument upon which he worked for years, night and day, to perfect. This is the instrument which gives you music so true to life that the ear cannot tell it from the living music when the iwQ are heard side by side. Re-Created music. You cannot be satis fied with anything less in your home. A m Come In At Once ArrariK to have The New Edison in vour home for Thanksgiving Dty. Come in and hear it. Brine your tamily. Let us play your favorite Re-Creations among all the beautiful popular sontrs; dance, instrumental solos, grand opera hits; nvmiis. quurtettes, or tunny min tre! dialogues. Then selew your outfit: and .tiuve k b your home at once oo our liberal ofter. ' CAREY L BUNKER. Agent, Oregon. Mo. .