Milliard Bearmore mail as carrier from Howell station to this office this week. J. TV. Clayton, who preceded him, used a horse but now that Mr. Be.irmore travels with a cr, the schedule Is a little different, lit the morning the leaving time Is 8.40 Instead of 8.15 and In the afternoon 3.40 instead of 3.15. In each case the arrivals are also earlier. John Segolne of Smithburg was taken to the state hospital at Trenton one day recently. Mr. Segoine is about 71 years of age and has been mentally unbalanced since he was 30 years of age. The whole of the 40 years he had spent In a room on the farm of which he was an heir. A short time ago his brother, James Se goine, died, leaving no relative to look after him. He made no resistance on the trin. The Sunday school social heiq on tne church lawn "Wednesday night was a sue cess, $14 being cleared. i Mrs. J. D. Focerty of Lakewood Is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. were family. Mr. George, by Mrs. ley, Mc-Gee Miss Belmar with Gifford. Park E. E. Mr. Pater-son Asbury is Mr.