to do become with 'uiuniÂ«ueÂ«nient The Bolivar High School held their commenci'mout exercises Thursday and Frirttiy nights of last week aud seven boys and tive girls received diplomas. The Methodist church overflowed. Dr. witn *"Â«-"Â»"Â«"- Â·;""'*Â·" -Â· -- that Tinker, ot t h e U . P. and Hon. B. E. Kobbinseave was a little have them eveu- come. of influences condition favor , . . invocation and Hon. E. E. Kobbiosgave the address of the evening. Friday evening ex-Judge Harrv gave the address to the following graduates : Agnes Roberts, Mary Richardson, Richardson, Edna West, Penrl Rws, Cora Adams. Earl NIxou. Chnrlrs H'-ndricks, Wallace Hammond, William Welsh, Theodore Berkey, George Septi'r aud Austin Lyun. Miss Roberts wan the dictorian, William Welsh president of the clns-., Auntin Lynn the historian, and Eurl Nixon prophet. The Bolivar school board was proud the surci'ws of the pupils, the result largely of the work of the faithful teachers engaged by them lust full. The board is composed of Messrs. T. M. Berkey, J. G. Dell, W. B. Hammond, Hammond, W. I. Robiusou nud W liam M. Wynn.