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JIIT-.lRORO, WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON. FRIDAY. JANUARY l't. 1902.
O nremor T. T. taei
Hjcraurr of HUM F.l. Dnnber
iMMfw' .. Chas. 8. Moore
aoi. fnblio Iaatraetioa.. J. H. Aekermen
tUM Printer W. U. Leeds
' Cbaa. K. Wolmtw
Kquimm Court ! U. B. Mean
I F. A. Moere
iadgm Fifth Diatrlot. T. A. Morrill
Attorney fifth Diatrlot ... Harrison Allen
J. a A. Youni
Olerk Geo, A. Morgan
' SUSriU ... r W.
lUufJtr Kelph L. Wann
treasons K C'randall
Amamoi Qeo. H. WUooz
njti xl rJapertntendeot U. A. Hall
Darvevor T.f. Wilkes
.)roHf ...W. e. Via
THOS. B. TOBWCS, B . tOa
, Notary Public,
TUOS II. t Ei It TONGUE,
O'Fios: Room S, i, e 5, hi organ Woes..
W. K. 11ABKETT,
t OBEGON CITY LAND OFFICE.
Chaa. B. Mooraa HeRiater
Win. Ualloway Heoetver
,., A. Bailer, Mayor
J, P. Tamaisia
. Joun JJanois
K. 0. Brown
I ........ ..Wm. Benson
iteoorder Bantoa Bowman
1'reaanraf Bam 'I Kveritt
Marshal.... W V Atkinson
Pm.M 1 8. Kveritt
re J.... -....J. P. Kaodall
POUT OmOK INFORMATION.
The a-mils oloee at the BUlaboro Post
Uleneoe, Waal Union, Bethany and Cedar
at :m a. m.
Ooinir Booth. 8:80 a. m.
ttoiug to Portland and way-ofBoea, 6;6S a.
m. anu t p. m.
tor farminRton and La oral, daily at IS
CHUliCH AND SOCIETY NOTICES.
lONGBEUATIONAIj OUUHUli, aorner
VJMnin and Filth streets. Presohinji
everv Hnbbatn. moraine and evening. Bab,
bath aobnol at 10 o'oioob a. m. Prayer
oieotlug Tharadny evening. Y. P. 8. 0. K.
Monday at 6:80 D. m. All eerviose will be
short, bright, intereatina; and helpful.
biveryone cordially welcome.
EVAN P. HUGHES. Pa tor
EVANGELICAL OUUBOH. Oomar
ill Fifth and Fir. Praaebinc arary rJonday
Teuloji at p. ea. every Boaoay
at 11 a. m.i Bondav aohool at 10 a.
nravar meetino- everv Thnradav venlnsr;
ihristalu Kndeavor at 7:30 p. m. O, li.
E. OHTJBCH. 8. H. Oreenlea.paator.
1 I'reaohina every 8abbath mornuurand
eyoniua Habhath aohool every Sabbath at
to 4. a Maine meetina every Handay at
fl 15 m. uenoral prayer meetinK every
t'nureduy evenins , Leadera' and Steward's
muetinK the third Tuesday vaninff of eaob
r 1HHISTIAN CnUnCH.PrechlnUt Jd
and 4th Sundays in eacb month at 11
n. Prayer meeting Thursday evening,
K. U. 8ICKAFU08E Pastor.
s Danghters ( Rebekak.
HILLBBORO REBEKAH LODGE NO.
M, 1 O O P, meeU lu Odd Fallows'
Hull every Saturday evening. ,
rT ILLS BO 110 GAMP NO. 84.10, MEETS
XX evwryftid and 4th Saturday night, at
Wanning s oau.
a. o. u. n
YYILLBItORO LODGE KO. 81. A. O. O.
XX W., MeeU every first aad third
Friday evening eaob month.
P. ef H.
ILLSBOBO OBANOK, NO. TS, sneeU
xnd and f ta n day sol aaon month.
i. o. . r.
ONTEZTJHA LODGE. NO. 60.
Wednesday evenings at 9 o'oloek,ui LlA
r. Hall, v lattor made welooms.
Degree ef Heaer.
I1UR DEGREE Ot HONOB, A. O. TJ.
W.. meeM In WehrunKS ball every
tirst and third Friday evening of eaob
JUOINICIA TEMPLE NO. 10, R. &,
eats every sua una n nuw in huh
i at 7: o'elook in WehrangaHalU
e. r p.
IJHfKNIX LODGE, NO. M, K. OF P,
X moots la Masonlo Hall on Monday
rvening of eaob week. Boiourniag brethren
welcomed to lodge meetings.
A. F. and A. M.
nuiALITY LODGE NO. 6, A. F.AA.M.
J. meets every Baturday aiht oa se after
-'all moon of eaaa meata.
O. E. S.
TUALATIN CHAPTER, NO.S1.0. E.8
meetn at Mason to Temple eo the Snd
uad 4th Tuesday of each month.
HE. RAXS0l,u. I
MEETS IN ODD FELLOWS HALL ON
the ttrxt and third Fridays of eaob
month, at HOJOo'dock, p, m,
ES. RA.ISOU POST, HO. , 9, A. E
i ERT8 IN ODD FELLOWS HALL ON
111 the lint and third Saturdays of
month, at iM o'clock p. m.
Mnonta for stamp picture at the
Independent office, 1 do and a
half for 6 eta.
Central Block. Booms aad 7.
HILLS DO UO, OBEGON.
Omua: Rooms and 7. Morgan blook.
H. T. BAGLEY,
A TTORNEY AND .
Orvica: Over DulU Drug B tore.
J0UX M. WALL,
III LIB BO HO, OREGON.
nalloy-Morgan Block, Rooms 1 & 2
8. T. LI5KLATER, M. B. C. U.
pHYSICIAN AND 8UlJEO
H ILLSBOBO, OBEGON.
Ovmai at resldenee. east of court
House, where he will be found at aU hoots
when not visltlua paiienta.
J. P. TAMIES1E, J.,
g P. R. R. SURGEON,
Omoa AMD Bmonci i eorner 1'hird
and Main Streets. Offioe boors, 8:30 to 12
a. m., 1 to a and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone to
resJdenoe from ttroea neia- isrujmiore
hours. All oalls promptly attendee
r A. BAILEY, X. C.
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offlea MoreanBailey Block, op stairs,
rooms 13, 18 and 16. Residenoe, S. W. Cor.
Baas Ulna ana oeoona streeis.
ELECTION JUDGES ASD CLERKS.
J. E. ADKISS,
Orrica Houbs : 0 a. m. to 4 -M p. m
Office in Union block over Pharmacy
rOHKBT UKUVI, UKJtUUN
Best arti Jlal teeth IS.80 rer set. Cement
and Amalgam fillinits 60 cents each. Gold
fillings from f 1 up. Vitalised air for pain
Omcit three doors north of Brisk
store. Offloe boon from a. m. tot p. m
THB0UGU UTAH AMI COLORADO.
The Ideal trip to the east during
the beat of 8ummer la via the Rio
Grande Weetera and Denver & Rio
Grandea Railroad, the , far-lamod
"Scenic Line of the World." The
extreme of temperature are never
met, and passengers are sure of hav
ing a delightfully cool ride through
the Heart of the Rocky Mouutains,
and view by daylight of scenery
which la nowhere surpassed.
If desired, a stop enroute may be
made at quaint and picturesque
Salt Lake City, the "City of the
Saints," Glenwood Springs, Lead
vllle, Colorado Springs, Pueblo,
Denver, or any intermediate point.
There are three dally trains leav
ing Salt Lake City formal! point
t, which have close connections
from the Northwest via either O. R.
A N. Co or the Southern Pacific Co.
These trains are equipped with
Through Sleepers (Standard and
Tourist,) Free Reclining Chair Cars
and a perfect Dining Car Service.
Personally Conducted Excursions,
in charge of competent and courte
ous managers, are ran several times
week without change ot cars to
Denver, Omaha, Kamias City, St.
Louis, Chicago, Ruflnlo, Mew York,
Boston and alljnantwnjcltle.
Tickets are on sale at all Railroad
Ticket offices. For further informs
Uoo and cheapeat rates, apply to
J. D. Mansfield,
1S4 Third SL, Portland, Oregon.
JU provided by law. the county
court at the January term appointed
juOgcs and dorks iu each product in
the county who will hold office for
the term of two years. In the to!
lowing list the first two name are
iudtrcs selected from the union
party. The third name is that of
republican. The last three names in
the precinct list are the three derks
now tequlred by the amended elec
Beaverton Alonao E Pike, W
Hocken. John F Johnson and Earl
Fisher, Geo Stltt and Wm Hunter,
Beaverdam Robert Thompson,
Chris Schneider, B B Reeves and C
C Wlsrnr. Chas Hlckethelr and
Buxton C A Peterson, Frank
Burgholzer, G W nines and P II
Buxton. Peter Yates and David
Cornelius Carl Pfahl, Anton
Ilnrmens and Chas Buchanan and
Geo Hancock, Horuoe Fitch and T
Columbia J C Crocker, Gen Kel
ly and Alee Gordon and F Chal
men, J- U Davis and J O Miller.
Dilley J C Hartley, Martin Reil-
ing and J C Moore and Fred Wilcox,
Willis Ireland and A U Watson.
Dilley 8 F Van Metor, W R
Stephens. Q II Blctrs and Albert
Delhlcfs. O W O'Dull and Wm
Eflxt Cedar Vetal Cimlno, J U
Henry, Sam Galbrcath and John E
Iledees. L P Spencer, Alonzo
East Butte B O Leedy, E A
Knotta, John Volgt and U Gllmore,
E J Qoodman, W E Shaver.
Gales Creek -S S Dallas, J II Bar
ry. J F.Lafferty ana J w jickod.
erts, Brice Wilson, Robert Lilly.
Mountain J J Meacham, J
Thompson, Sherman Bacon and D
B Roe, T G Meacham, S A Wood.
North HillsboroF M Heldel, Joe
Allison, R II Greer and T Rim-
brie, E L McCormlck, M E Ev-
erltt. - ::
South Hlllsboro D Corwln, O C
Zook, Benton Bowman and Julius
Aubahr, Max Crandall OeoJSchul.
North Forest Grove M E Dilley,'
G Sohler, J 8 Buxton and H S Gor
don, Elmer McNutt, Edward Nixon.
South Forest Grove J H Wirtz,
S G Morgan, M D Markharo and S
G Huifhee. W B Haines. 'Walter
South Tualatin W Schulmericb,
E C Mulloy, W II McCormlck and
Frank Simpson, W A Griffith, John
Reed vllle Sol Jack, R Rasmusa
en, CJLystrop and Wm Jack, Jas
Raamussen, D R Wheeler.
Gaston E Best; U H Wahl, D C
Newman and R Mattison, Frank
Hill, E H Jeter.
Washington 8 M Tunstall, U
Fueev. R U Whitehead and Wm
Ross, Henry Kuratli, John Dor
West Cedar J O Smock, Mike
Oonzelnian, M E Buck and J A
Chapman, 3 N Poole, Ford Langcr,
West Butte B K Denny, Jas Mc-
Gowan, Ole Olson and Chris Rosse,
Arthur Flint, Edward Flint. .
JIBI LIST FOB 1902.
ee e see
Child Worth Millions.
"My child is worth millions to
me," says Mrs. Alary WM, or liar
rlsburg, Pa., "yet I would have lost
her by croup had I not purchased a
bottle of One Minute Cough Cure.
One Minute Congb Cure Is a sure
cure for coughs, croup, and throat and
lung troubles. An absolutely safe
cough cure which acts Immediately.
The youngtBt child can take it with
entire safety. The 1'ttle ones like
the taste and remember how often It
helped them. Every family ahould
have a bottle of One Minute Cough
Cure handy. At this season especi
ally It may be needed suddenly.
Delta Drug Store.
Base ball players should use The
Delta Liniment, as it cures sprains
nd bruises, toughens the hands and
keeps the fiujren suple.
A Profitable lavestateat.
"i was irouDiea ror anout seven
years with my stomach and in bed
half my time," says E. Demlck,
Soniervllle, Ind. "I spent about
f 1,000 and never could get anything
to help me until I tried Kodol Dys
pepsia cure. I have taken a few
bottles and am entirely well." You
don't live by what you eat, but by
what yo dlgent and assimilate. If your
stomach doesn't digest your food you
are really starving. Kodol Dyspep
sia Cure does the stomach's work by
digesting the food. You don't have
to diet. Eat all waoL Kodol Dys
peia Cure curt all stomach trou
bles. Delta Drug Store.
The county court at the January,
1902, term selected the jury list to be
lued In drawing jurymen to serve
(taring the year.
H II What Farmer
Q C Mlzner . "
Wilbur K Newell....
John Oonlzman. . Mlllman
Charles Aahpole Merchant
J C Smock.
John A Chapman Blacksmith
Charles True Farmer
Jeremiah Guatln "
Herman Schmidt.... "
Robert Thompson Farmer
Clint Burta "
M Haskel.. aaeaeeejeaaeae)seea
George Kiens...MM "
A Eggerman "
Jacob Winmer...M a
R M Kyle "
John H Cornelius Farmer
Alonzo A Phillips ... "
Jasper Reeves "
Robt Iriuler "
Alfred Hey wood 11
C H Buchanan. '
Chas W Fitch...... ...........
C C Hancock
John Noon ,
WJ Butoer...... ,,....
WO Hocken -
Adam Smith -
Jas Smith M
S A Howell. ...... .
M S Barues
J N Fisher Butcher
Brice Wilson ..Manufacturer
Sam I Puittley Farmer
J N Fiippon
J A Clearwater
a u Heynoids. Farmer
J Q Johnson , "
F E Rowell Farmer
C F Hesse "
N G McDonald "
B K Denny "
JAGustin . "
A R Fanno M
Andrew Johnson M
Thos Bradley "
Jos Hlngleyn Merchant
Thos R Davies ..Farmer
J C Beach.......
J C Miller
A C Wirtt
J C Crocker.:.
J H Davis
J G Northrup
J W Marsh Farmer
T A Rltchey..
J C Hartley...-.
S T Van Meter.
Sens P Hanson
W M Jackson Jr...
F II Maury
Larkin Ball -....Farmer
Oe as ee e
W M llpton - Farmer
E A Eddy....
John E Hedges
Lame C Clutter
Servy P Spencer "
John McClaren... Farmer
N C Lilly .'. .Merehaut
Wm Crowthers Farmer
Mark T Cox..
W H Lyda Millman
C8 Bateman Farmer
0 M Bamford
Y E Hlnes
North Forest Qrove
R W 8 Hamer........... Capitalist
Wm K Curtis Farmer
John P Wagner . Lawyer
S O Sears .........Farmer
Sam C Crow "
J O Clark Drugglnt
J B PrJckett...... Blacksmith
Chas A Dhoutt .Farmer
Walter Bernards . ; "
Peter Vandocourerlng "
H T Gordon "
Thos H Adams. Merchant
Jas U Howell Farmer
O G .Barlow Farmer
E L McCormlck Merchant
P J Haasler...... Specnlator
Chas A Uanley Farmer
A 0 Archbold Merchant
Cephas Elsenhauer Farmer
Frank Williams "
Andrew Purson Farmer
Chas Wllloughby -Merchant
Eugene Dan t. ;. Farmer
J W York
Carpenter Jas P Cahow
J H Ellenon.
L D Halderson i
South Forest Grove
Bon) Scholfleld... - Farmer
Henry Hamilton....... Stockman
J A Abbott -...Merchant
Jas M Thompson "
H B Johnson........... ...... LI veryuiau
Wm Kane Retired Contractor
J T Buxton Blacksmith
A B Thomas. Merchant
D C Stewart - Farmer
Thos G Todd
Chas F Miller Druggist
Ed Naylor -....Broker
W H Wehrung Merchant
W E Thorne....... -...Farmer
Chas L Crocker..- "
D M C Gault Printer
J E Adklna Dentist
Frank Barber..- Barber
E L Campbell - Farmer
M E Hotchklss Capitalist
Allen Ha worth. .. Real Ebtate
John Dennis, Merchant
Benton Bowman '.....Lawyer
Wm McPuillan.. Farmer
W O Donelson ....Merchant
J M Simpson Farmer
John Boge...- Merchant
D B Emerich. ..Farmer
J 8 Robinson . .-,
Geo Campbell . Blacksmith
Louis En nee. . .......Farmer
Dan Burkhalter M
Wm Schulmerlch -. "
Gus Messlnger Merchant
Claus Rebse Farmer
Henry Kammer - "
M C Lincoln
8 H Tunstall
Grant Holcomb. "
......Merchant! Joseph Connell
-Farmer I Peter Zurcher..
E J K Kuratli
Soiiielhiui Xf w l u'tf r
AH Doctors have tried to cure
catarrh !y tlie tine at ptiwders, acid
gases, Inhalers and ilruj In iwnte
form. Their powders dry up t!ie
mucuous meuibranea cuumng t'tem
to crack opn and bleed. The pow
erful acids urfod in the inlmlera have
entirely eaten away the wtme iubu
branes that their umkers have aim
ed to cure, while pastes and oiut
men Is cannot reach the disease. A
old and experienced practitioner
who had for many years made a cIh
study ar.u specially of the treattr.eu
or catarrh, has at lane perfected
treatment which when faithfully
used, not only relieves at once, but
permanently cures catarrh, by re
moving the cause, stopping the dis
charges and curing all luflaminatioa
It is the only remedy known to
science that actually reaches the of-
flic ted parts. This wonderful rem
edy is known as "Snuflles, the
guaranteed catarrh cure" and la sold
at the extremely low price or one
dollar, each package containing la
ternal and external medicine sum
dent for a full month's treatment
and everything necessary to its per
"8nuilles" Is the only perfect catarrh
euro ever made and is now recogniz
ed as the only safe and positive cure
for that annoying and disgusting dls
ease. It cares all inflammation
quickly and permanently and is also
wonderfully quick to relieve hay
rever or eoui in ihe head,
Catarrh when neglected often leads
to consumption "HnufileB" will save
you it you use it at once. It is no
ordinary remedy, but a co:np!ote
treatment which is positively guar
arniceu to cure eatarrn in eny ion:
or stage If used according to the di
rections which accompany each
package. Don't delay but sent for i
at ouco and write full particulars as
to your condition and you will re
ceive special advice from the discov
erer of this woudcrful remedy rc
garding your case without cost to
you beyond the regular price of
u3nufiles," the "giiHrautucd catarrh
Sent preuald to any address in the
United (states or Canada on receiii
of one dollar. Address Dept. E 750
Giles & Gorupaiiyi 2330
Market street, Phlla
Blown ta Atoms.
Thousand! Sent Into Kvile.
Every year a large number of poor
suffers whose lungs are sore and
racked with coughs are urged to go
to another climato. But this Is cost
ly and not always sure. D.iu't be an
exile when Dr. King's Now Discov
ery for consumption will cure you at
home. It's the inM infulllble med
idne for coughs, colds and all throat
and lung diseases on earth. The
first dose brings relief. Astounding
cures result from irsistent use,
Trial bottles free at Delta Drujr Store,
Price 60c and $1.
Rabbitt drives have been popular
in i-.astern Oregon, but luero ere
evidences that the huuiau instinct
somewhat developed in every per
son is revolting at the cruellies at
tending the average hunt. At I
drive recently la Umatilla county,
800 people took part and 5000 rab
bits are said to have boon s'ain. The
cruelties attending this event are
described as being very degrading,
Children Especially Liable.
Burns, bruises and cuts are ex
tremely painful and if neglected of
ten result in blood poisoning. Chil
dren are especially liable to such
mi&liaps because not so careful. As
remedy DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is unequalled. Draws out the
fire, stops the pain, soon heals the
wound. Beware of counterfeits.
Sure cure for piles. "DeWjtls Witch
Hazel Salve cured my baby of ecze
ma after two physicians gave her up
writes James Mock, N. Webster,
Ind. "The sores were so bad she
soiled from two to five dresses each
dsy." Delta Drug Store.
E A Knotti.,
B O Lecdy
E J Goodman.....
Geo W Reynolds.,
Chaa Burnban. ,
John Voight.- "
Chas FTigard Merchant
Geo Galbreath ..Fanner
J L Byrona. .
Vetal Cimlno. - M
The old adage that the body some
times needs a powerful, drastic, pur
gative pill has been exploded; for Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are
perfectly harmless, gently stimulate
liver and bowels to expel the poison
ous matter, cleanse the system ana
absolutely cure constipation and sick
headache. Only 85c at Delta Drug
Tbls slavatare ts ea every bos of the ceaalae
Laxative BroaKMhiuiioe tsdms
tee reawdy that eavea asLsxjeMjlar
len't Live Together.
ConDtlpalion and health never go
together. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers promote early action of the
bowels without distress. "I have
been troubled with rostiveneus nine
years," says J. O. Uroene, Depauw,
Ind. "I have tried many remedies
but Little Etrly Risers give tiest re
salts." Delta Drug fctore.
It lire! the Ulobv.
The fame of Bircklen'i Arnica
Salve, as the bout In the world, ex
tends atooud the earth. It's the one
perfect healer of cuts, corns, bruises,
sores, scaidn, boils, ulcers, felons,
aches, pains and all akin eruptions.
Only infallible pile cure. 202 a box
at Djlta Drug Store.
Hews lbs t ,!) I,rJ Yi 8oajJ
sews or tuk mate.
The Carpenters' Union of Portland
has declared that the minimum
price of a day's work shall be 3.
The Blaer Mining Company, of
Susanvilie, expects to install a re
duetlon plant on its property in the
near future. 'The plant will involve
an outlay of f 100,000.
At a meeting of the common coun
cil of Coquille City, lust week, it was
decided to close the publio schools
aud churches of that city for an un
specified time, on wnnt - nf the
number of cases of smallpox.
The cahlo for the bucket carrier to
be ueed by the Uuclo Sam Mining fc
Milling Company of Blue River has
been received at Eugene, and will be
taken to the mill at ouce. The buck
ets nre being made at Eugene.
buott King, of Corvallis, and his
dng located a skunk in a hollow tree.
He got the usual forked stick and
ran it up the tree and began to twist,
In due lime the - skunk was
hauled out. Then another trial was
made and another skunk was brought
down. Encouraged by hla success,
ScoU kept up the process until 10
okunkd were dug out.
The county court of Coos county
has appropriated 11000 to be expend
ed on the Allcghany.Elkton wagon
road, and this makes the building of
the road an assured fact. With the
tdOO raised by subscription, $1800 is
now available, and with this quite a
start can he made. The Douglas
county court has accepted the survey
cf that part of the road which lies In
Douglus county, and has declared it
a county rood. : , '
A. D. Hopper was In Sclo last
wetk looking after the business of
the flax mills. Ho expressed him
self as well pleased with the work-
ings of the mill and ' with the
outlook. The market for high
grade fiber ie good. The mill is ..
running full time. ' The company
will endeavor to rent ground and
r6 Its own flax the coming season,
or at least that part of it that is not
contracted for. They have straw suf
ficient on hand at present to keep
them running until April.
The Cascade. Coal Mining . Com
pany is preparing for active opera
tions to begin Monday. Machinery
has been purchased in Euirene and
Portland aud is now being shipped
to Creswell, from which place it will
be removed, to the company's mine.
The power will be steam, and the
holler h a Eugene product. The
engine and pump, will come from
Portland. A shaft will be sunk Im
mediately to tup the vein of coal.
It w ill . probably be 30 days before
the vein will be tonched.
Cot tape Grove, in Lane county, is
thrifty town of about the same
size as Hill-tboro, but some of the
people are willing lo permit their
neighbor to bear all the burdens of
government. In pursuance of their
plan, the "good citizens" stayed at
home Ihe day of the school meeting,
but the "Mossbacks" went and de
feated the tax levy. As a result the
public school was closed, three hun
dred children run the streets and the
town's eye Is black. In truth, are
they not the true "Mossbacks" who
stayed at home and allowed the
others to job them?
W, A. Wooliever reports that
while crossing In over the Coquille
bar last week the steamer Mandalay
struck and swung around broadside
to the sea. One of the small steam
pipes was broken by the concussion
caused : by heavy . seas breaking
against her side, and the staterooms
and cabins were filled with uteain.
It was found by s'Hinding that there
was less than four feet of water
where the vessel struck. Although
in a dangerous position, the steamer
was, by tho good management of
Captain Reed, worked off the shoal,
and reached Bandon without further
The directors of the Coquille pub-
lie school attempted to have the
teachen of that city sign an agree
ment releasing the school board from
auy obligations to pay tho teachers
their salaries during the period that
the schools will be closed on econunt
of smallpox in Coqnil'e.' This move
was, however, blinked by tho t"ach
em, who n fu-ed to sign any such ar
ticha unWvn the school hoard would
in turn rp!'sifi t!if m from their con
tracts to" teach the remainder of the
present school t-rm. The reoult was
that thf! teachers carried tlu-lr point
and ar now mj ylm a vacation,
and nt the Kxrso tlai? drawing their