On the last day of July, Fred McOraber terrainated his thirteenth year as a postoffice employee and will hereafter devote his time to his large insurance agency. Mr. McOmber has occupied every position in the postoffice from cleaning the lamps, while a young boy to assistant postmaster and filled every one of them well. He has made hosts of friends, being always qaick, obliging and accommodating. He has the best wishes of all with whora he has ever been associated for the highes measure of success in business life. And he is destined to succeed, for his close attention to ausiness, his accuracy, his hustling qualities and his large circle of :riends are big elements in success. Mr. McOmber has been succeeded as assistant postmaster by W. W. Watts, while Fred A. Howlett, excounty clerk, succeeds.Mr. Watts as money order clerk.