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New Yer and Health
Tlic Old Sentinel sends Its New Year greetings to everybody and ncciallv to every afflicted one. wish ing them n complete restoration to health, ere the new moon come gain. Wo arc glad to learn of the Ini ti roved condition of Mother W. J Alklrc. May you soon be nblc to be up and set a square meal for those "kids" of yours; It will be a task vc know, as long as Henry Is In the list. Maria Hodgln's friends will be glad to know that she Is now able to be placed In a chair, and sit up at times during the day. Dr. Evans is doing very well, but lie Is raising thunder nil through the day, Just because he lias to stay In bed all the time. He knows now what it Is to be housed up and confined to his bed. To A. A. Wright, while we arc ftiail to nave you come to town "foot lack," may )ou so Improve as to lie able to mnkc it both ways without the use 01 your auto. lo .Ml than Smith, who Is verv feeble from advanced years, mid hfs daughter, l.ydln, who was Iniurrd In nn eaitn accident, September 11 th, we wish for a compute recovery, ere the j mi month or vJii passes. To Clarence Dinwiddle, who was nc cldcntally shot December Kith, who is improving nicely, wc hope that Ills recovery may be complete within a wcrK or two. To I-M GibSon. who lias been hsv Ing a time for n long time with his proK-!lors, wc trust ho may be able to run a font rare with tin- ground hog 'if he dares tn comi- nil of his hole. Ivy Is it iproviiiB right along. Obituary. Ida Hell Fnrncv wns burn June? 2-!nil, ISfiH, ncor Oregon, Mil, where Klin iiimlc her Lome with her parents until her marriage, December 1-th, W.Y1 lo fieorge W. I'lory, i.f Imperial, Nebraska, n'ar which p .ice they lived until 1!0J. They then n'oved lo their present home seven miles noith of Nampa, where she illmi Deccmlier fith HUG. nt the age rf .IH years fi months nnd 10 days. She lenwi a husband nnd two sons, liny and Karl an ni;ed father, two brothers ami eight sitters to moum their loss. Mrs. Maude King a sister living near Mlildlctnn, Is the only relative living In the west, aside from the husband nnd two sons. Mrs. Flory wns the fifth child from a family of twelve children, the father, S. II. Forney, two brothers nnd remaining sisters living nenr Mound City, Mo. Mrs. I'lory united svllh the Methodist church nt a very early age, then In 1897. she joined the church of the Brethren. In which faith slip pasted nway. She lived a devoted Christian life, was n faithful wife nnd n loving mother, and n true friend, who wlil lie greatly missed in the community where she ,dld many acts of loving service. The funeral sendees were conducted by the Rev. J. F. Ultcry, in the Hoise Valley church, and the remains were laid to rest In the near by cemetery. Nampa, Idaho, Itccord, Dec. !'p, 1910. A Joyous Landing Every year just as sure as the Yule tide season comes, Just that certain docs the large family of Charley Ansclmrnt. gather around the family board, and have n good time. The children do the act while l'n and Ma Anselment just look en and enjoy the rood tilings to eat that their "kids" in rotation put up to them. It takes about 8 years to make, the rounds this wns the Plh and It fell to tho lot of the twins; Mr K. A. Netherland, of this rlty, nnd Mrs. A. A. Crews, of Crntir. Mrs. Crews camo ,and the slaters got busv, over t tho homo of Father and Mother Anseln nt, where they prepared a menl fic for the Kaiser to enjoy. There were lust tucntv-four nres. ent, Including I'd. (iihm and wife, to enloy the meal, and from what wo can leum on' the side, they had a time. Soy, when one reads of such occasions, it make them reel that lifo after all is worth Its living. TV That Wild Mexican M. Garcia, tho wild Mexican, who raised such a disturbance on the Villi'. ca train on December 18th, between Digelow and Mound City, in which he stabbed three nek-nous. Iinil Ids preliminary hearing on Tuesday cf inia wtfK. nr. u, n. liuxieii. or skid more, one of tho parties stabbed, and Ieford Goatchcr, of Skidmorc. who knocked the Mexican down with thn tove pokrr, were wltncstcs for tho state, the state being representee! by Prosecuting Attomey Tlbbcts, tho x hearing being before l'iOiro Jacob King. In default of ball, Garcia was committed to jail to await the action oi-ue circuit court. Attention, Comrades t Mcmbera of Meyer Tost, G. A. II., will meet at the home of D. P, Dobyna on Saturday. January 27th, at 2 p. m. . Installation of officers 'J6. .Pd. t"er Important business should bring the members together. G. W. CUMMINS, Commander. r. a. uunuan, Adjutant. T u Warning No hunting or trespassing allowed iua tmmmm ' tajvta vui tgamiPe t CHARLES MAItKT, HENRY WEIS. 'ft tr f. Recently Chaa. Nut, wife and aoa, Albert, ana Mrs. J. w. Nedrow, w ,-.-.., imiu m ommmwt o. ipm IIW.M, ...w M.u. U4 malar. we aay wiw atn Mapi,anci Mrs: i MacK edrow la Mrs. Mi la a. bn wift, M4 At- aala'a i u- r..i- r i iV , nun mi. MUM , a ViVMHI ft. Slf! fT -J in-law. hv -hla fai-map milk v . 'nephew. 7 . Dmn tjMt.Mwra to th rtte latTHt. sail tM wwtm ( mm tad mm WtM. , a MIT B. B They Will Come Hack. No matter what the occasion nr svent Chrlatmas, New Year, Fourth it July, at college or wherever they .nay be, If ever a resident, the will cmn back whenever the occnion nrc ,ents. Wc noticed the following here his holldny season: Dr. Chns. Simpson and wife, of Yates Center. Kansas; Miss Alberta Iragg, who Is teaching In the Nof iian, Oklahoma, Normal; Mtas Ilanche Marklund, tencher tn the 1 1 eh school at Falls City, Nebrasku; Miss Trot King, teaching In the high chool nt Corning, Iowa; Miss Knth ?rlic King, Hanson Murray, Lester tlalley and Joe Holbrook, students at the .State University, Columbia, Mo.; lieglnald Hlnde. of the College of giiculture, Manhattan, Knn.a; Itruce llurgess, Wesleynn University) Delaware, Ohio; Ciirbon Morkland, wifo nnd fnmlly, of Atchison, Kansas: Milton S. Moore, J. C. .Flits, wife and 'nmlly, Mis. F. I. Crxniplon, Kansus City; Dr. Ionnnl llotkln, Cherry vnlo, Kan.i; Dr. Ilcn Itallcy, wife and little daughter, ICock I'ort, Mo.; Miss N'cllc (iiahnm, Klwood McDon ald, wiff ami children, Dr. W. C. Proud, wife and children, b't. Joseph; ieorge C. Kaurher, wife and ilaugh trr, I'rniices, .Memphis, Tennessw; Clary llilibnrd, wife nnd bnby, Adolpli tlell, Omnhn, Nebraska;' James Car der and wife, Mrs., Maude Nornns, .mi-s. Annn seemnn, .miss .Minnie uorr man. Auirust Tnnkcn nnd wife. Her bert Cnskcy, wife and family, St. Jo- sepu; unklcy Ainrris, Alounu uitv; llnrry Johnston, Knnsns City; Dr. liny Kvins and wife, Savannnh, Mo.; Mrs. Charles Gelger, St. Joseph; Will anil Harvey Meyer, Kansas Citv: w, 0. Ilser, wife and baby, lllnck burn, Missouri; Mrs. I'aul Miller anil chlhlren, of St. Joseph, Mo., .verc the guests of Grandpa and (randmn. James It. llrown and wife; Littleton Darnell and wife, of Mound City; llev. A. D. Seellg nnd wife, of Humboldt, Nebraska; Will ilavldson and wife, Illmo, Scott coun ty. Mo.: Laurence Klllam. wire and baby, of Gallatin, Mo. MM a a The Holiday season affords us welcome opportunity of expressing to your our warmest regards and our hearty appreciation of your patronage. We extend to you the com pliments of the season, and wish you happiness and prosperi ty i n al I you r affairs throughout the coming years. Start the New Yrar by buying Furniture at Martin's Married. Mls Ksther Whltham. i dlest daugh ter of W. U Whitham and wife, was quietly married at the home of her nnstor In St. Joseph, to Mr. C. W. Meadows, of Omaha. Nebraska, last Sunday afternoon. December 24, 19IC. F.sthrr Is nn Oregon girl, having 'Ivod here all her life and attended the public school until three years ago, vhen she removed to St. Joscnh with her parents. Almost immediately fter her nrrivnl In the city, she took up employment with the Ilirscn llrnthers Dry Goods Company, and was in their emiiloy for two years, not missing a nay, only while she took l.er annual vacation. Tho last yenr she hns been with tho Martin- names Dry dooi (jo anil gave up her position only a few days prior to her marriage. Mr. Meadows Is a St. Joscnh young man. havlmr lived there most of his life. He took for his profession that f pattern and core maker for the nerry rounury, anil was continuously In their employ for more than four venrs. A few months ago ho had a better paying position offered him bv i foundry In Omnlia, Net)., and took ice ounr, ami litis since mane mat place his home. He decided that It wns not wen for ninn to live alone, nnd rnme back to St. Joseph to set the girl of his choice for a wife, and '.liey almost immediately left for Omaha to take un their residence ns their future home the home they had often planned for their futuro happiness. Mr. Meadows had tho home lirenariil and readv for H hrhle after their mnrrfairc. Mrs. Mnnlc. grandmother of the bride. .iavs she has several grandsons to come Into the family, hut this Is tho first grown-up grundsnn that has rume Into her fnmlly. Tho congratu lations of many friends and relatives arc extended to the couple, wishing iiifin a long umi nappy lire. Asks for Partition. A suit that nromlses to be Interest Ing. If It is ever brought to trial. is inni or airs, r-aron A. mornton. n rcldent of California, who has filed n suit in the United States Court at St. Joseph, asking for the partition of the old Levi Dovorss farm, of DTO acres, In Forties township, and nbo that of five town lots in tho town of Forbes. The petition cites as defendants, Julia A. Dcvorss, Mary F. Young. A. G. Yountr ami Joseph S. Ross. Mrs. Thornton claims a onn-tenth Interest In the estate, In inneriianco. Tho defendant, wo nrcsume. Is n daughter of Rebecca Devorsa-Qulnn, who Is a grandchild of Levi Devorss, the founder of Forties, who laid out the town In 1R09, tho year follow ing tho building of the railroad through that town, tho first train of care being pulled through the town on August 9, 1868. Mr. Devorss died April 30, 1886, and hii wife die! movemDcr u, loin. Th children of the family were: Mrs. Ilfthjwi-A Olltnn. Mart, If Vn.. Lucrctia Ross, Geo. R. Devorss, ami alUll. Death of R. P. C. Wilson TL P. C. WlUnn tn, ... prominent in the political affairs of the state and this eontrresslnnai .11 a. trict, died In Kansas City. Missouri, f-.1r" "." uecemoer 21, 1916. at the home of his son. Franola Wilson, U. S. district attorney. He aurrivrm y two sons, , Ha waa member of the firat legls lature of Kansas, snaakor f v. souri Houae of .Representative!, and State Senator during the years if iWDurinf 18?9-93, he pre- jhmb. uua. awHici w congress, and lliilp, wu a member of the National gggw that nominated crer t ' ' -r- " rPW B-, lUe. the Liaeeln achool how wu destroyed by fire. Oa mil SI, 1914, it waa wdn burned 8 if Henninger Drug Co. 9 9 I I I OUR WISHES We hope you had a Merry. Joyous Christmas, and hope you may have a Prosperous New Year. We appreciate the trade, you havo given us the past year, trusting that you feel you havo had value, received, and trust that you- will continue to deal liberally wilh us during the New Year ol 1917. Mrs. E. A. Netherland I I i llurr Oak. Win. Homier Is visiting relatives In Ness City, Kansas.' Miss I-oi Sinclair Is spending tho holidays with home folks. Hazel carter visum ner nromer, Howard, the first of the week. we umicrsionu .nr. piannn Alklrc Is not so well the last few days. . . all. ( . uur icacncr, .miss jnmison, is spending the holidays In Kansas City. Mrs. II. A. Howies, who has been sick for some time, is still on the sick list. Quite a number of people around here were shopping in St. Joseph, last week. Jim lllcvlns was having a siege of neuralgia last week, but is able to be out again aow. Vince Hopper and ramliy spent Christmas day at the Sines home, south of Forest City. Dorothy Lippold, tho youngest child of Kmll Lippold and wife, is very III with pneumonia. School closed Friday evening,' with it short nrogram and a Christ mas tree. There will be a week's va cation. J. II. Van Deveer left here Satur day to spend the holidays nnd the winter months with his sons, near King City. ll. a. unwies returned nomo last Wednesday foim St. touts, where ho has been visiting with his sister, Mis. Herman Doe ring, and other relatives. An entertainment nnd Christum tree was given at tho Idlewllde school house cn Christmas eve. There waa a large audience and everybody teem ed to enjoy tho .evening. r.du. A New Year's Allegory ACROSS the snowbound earth the New Year stepped buojnntly. k A splendid youth be was, with rnjlunt eyes, full red Hps and the star of hope set nboic bis brows. Life called to Mm, called Willi a thousand eager voices, and he smiled as ho listened, reuicmberliig that for a whole year the world and the men thereon were Ids. Far away under the frozen sky a bin jo of light shono like a Jen el, nnd lie (lutekeiied Ids steps ns he turned toward the city. And, thoilRh tho lights shone boldly when he entered It, luo-l of the streets were empty. Only a few men wire nlKiut, nn I ns the wind swirled at cor ners'lliey rnh for shelter. In one o'f the streets the New Yenr met a uomiin. ,pirk veil fluttered around her, so that ho could not dis tinguish her form, but her f.ieo wns very sneet ns she Lent and cluspctl a child to tier heart. Til" New Yeurgare her gieellng. "You are Clinrlty, 1 know,' ho said. Charity In Id her hand In tils and -lulled. And, for all' bis youth, her smile set hlmdrenmlngof green woods and golden sunshine, of vague, sweet things thnt wero still unknown to him. Indeed, so deeply did he dream that a be walked be collided with another woman. Another woman! A glittering gas moth this, with a lert, Kndered face, caruiined Hps and hard, bright eyes. "All hall!" she cried inocklncly. "I shall be four constant comiimilon. for I am Bin, and where men nrc there) on will nhvnys find me." Tho New Year shrank bark, nnd his rnre darkened. Hut Sin pressed chre to htm, laughed loudly and, tear ing a rose from those nt her breast. nscd It to u'.m, as with n rustle of silk slto parsed on. The rose fidl on the snow 'Hivdcred walk, and when Hie New Yeiir would hare pick ed It up, lo. It was aeentless, and as l!a crimson petals fell asunder be aw thnt a worm hid In Its W. K. Drowning, .of rarkvllle. la the guest or his friend, I'aul V. Allen. Our "Whlto Way" is going up along the north side of the public sip'.are. .Mrs. saran r runups, or savan nah, Is visiting lier son, K. 0. rhlllipj and wife. Uncle John C. Hlnkle, F.. K. Hlnklc, A. I. and J. I. Roblson, of Fortcscue. had business la Oreiron. 'Wednesday, of this week. Mrs. Charles U Davis, or Heatrlco Nchr., is visiting her parents, Rev. J. II. Klnllnger and wife. Conrad Idekcr and son, William. oi v,miR-. were nere tucsuav. looKino after some business matters. County court was In session a few days this week, reading up their record for the past aix months. T. A. Ward, of the Farmers' ft Merchants' Rank, or Craig, was here on business. Wednesday of this week. Miss Ktta Greene will entertain the I'rlscilla'a at the Royal Theatre with a "line" party, Friday, evening, or this week, December 20. ' George S. Lukens, real estate dealer and money loaner, has removed his office up stairs in. the Van Buskin building, over the post office. Bom to Louis M. Finkston and wife, or St Joseph. Mo., at the Noyea S?Eu,Jn $V dt,y Christmas day. 1916, a fine baby girl, weighing 0 1-4 pounds. The congratulations of many ...c.iua .iuiii uirgun una vicinity, to, them. J, C. WHITMEt, PMMfMlLIING; A 1 Mrs. John Hornecker, of the Woods school district, who has been very sick for sometime, is Improv ing, wc arc glad to announce. A son was born to (!uy I'inney nnd wife, of the lllg Ijike neighbor hood, Tuesday, December 26, 191J, Dr. F. K. llogan In attendance. Alvln llnves and son. O. W.. of Forest CItl rolltr '2. hail bllslnpss In l was Oregon,. Wednesday, of this week. heart. A movement to organlto a county I Another form breeder's association, will be taken up came In sight-In here, ut a meeting, to be held at the thn t-nrh nr n court, 2Vc ?" ,jBnut', 1!lt,1'1 ,u,7, I monk with a dnrk "All hslll" the cried Forest City or my home. Finder re- ,n""u(" ' "cn ere upon the wanleil by returning same to Teed un-unil. and his Hps mnveil In prayer Rnrner. tf for n" mniikiiiit: Ho teuilrr.niid pltlfiil Norman Murray Is home from as his face that een befnio he erleil. Tarkto College for the holiday vaca-1 "Miserere Domlne!" the New Yeut .un, miivii m in piviiuiiih "' Kuensru inni uw luinie wns jierey w parents, Mr. and Mrs. (!eo. R. Mur rny. During Dec., 1886, thirty years' ago, the prevailing prices here were: hogs, I'M tn $4.00; cattle, $3.60: wheat, COc; corn, 20c; potatoes, 40c j eggs, Use butter, 15c. Iost On Sot unlay; December 23, between thn Woodland Hotel and Post Olllcc, a fancy gold cuff button, en eraved with Initials. "D. II. M." Find- cr please return to this office. Very cold- It grew as tho New Year turned Into a menu street, so cold that he sought refute In the porch of a ilsrkeueil bouse. Yet there prevailed such a grateful warmth that ho prrs. etl back to learn Its rails ami so brushed egnlnst a Imy a tmy with a wan, lieautlfiil fare, tangled hnlr ami rapt eyes. Hlmbby. des'olste and tired he looked, yrt the New Year was won- I dcrfully nttrscteil to him. M. U Hllltnnm, or l. Joseph. Vhr nni mil h.ra ilnn.l- l,a apent a couple of days, last week,) m, ,m licvrr ,,... corrPC((,, lu at the home of his mother-in-law, 1 ,., lld ... .,.,n,i ...,, Mn ,., Mrs. Alice Maple, and called on other ' , h .1 friends and relatives while here. "' . , , K tngtmuvit J. O. Marion, of the Marion dls- " trict. left Weilnesday, of Uiis week tor' NW "" Kansas City, where he expects to twn lOTt wlnga make his home for awhile. May sue-, were furled lie cess attend you John, l" qur vlneero hind him. and la with. the shadow of ."7C.t'r,,c..Mor,l,V ls rc from the bis wliiBa.an old Flat Head Reaervatlon, Montana, and mAn ,a mi M Is the guest of his brother, Judge It. I ... rroUrhe.l F. Morgan, and other relatives. This, la Charley'a first. visit back to his .""f'h 7 old home in 17 years. I'1'1; bow,,,,,; Mlas Alberta Bragg, who is they looked! Bot teacher In the Normal school, at Nor-1 ""iwesalon of man, Oklahoma, and has been here for the holidays, will return next Saturday, and will be accompanlcd'by her mother, Mrs, Emma Bragg, who will remain with her until .text spring. wTV9ayasaH.T , 4javva.'iaaaBMFaaa Kmmm jbiiiiaalii - Um. mi tSr la sanildarlag the fact that ha pwtor, and tea to U eaaflaed to Ut chilled agalnat Ineffable tender nesa shone on their pinched raves as they lav. vlIiII haarl County Judge-elect for the Second I against white uminci, r, 4. iwnuau, wno rcsiues bead near Craig, Avaa here Saturday Jast, I Dre.. ami tooK me, oam or orrice, ana now. no matter where you meet him. it will be Judge Randall; and ycu Just' watch him if he don't make a good Judge too, Our sincere congratulations go to Mr. and Mrs. John Cowan, on their becoming entitled to be saluted aa 61081! their daughter, Mr. and Irs. Horace Bowman, presenting them wun a granason November 20th. Mrs. Cowan waa formerly Stella Goslln, of this city, and the new mamma, waa ner aaugnier rrancea. Rev. Henry Brum, formerly of the German H. E. church, of this city, but now pastor of the Aaerman M. E. chuKh, EUinwooaV Kansas, urrolA ainlts Amtm r nuaMka. no . J rnrtenda well-wishes for the New Year to me rormer member of his church and hla many friends here, all of whom will be glad to learn that ha and his are all wel and prospering, and return to him and hla family every well wish for a happy and pro, porous New Year. . Dr. C..L. -Evans, who waa injured by.-fallina; on the slippery street 'Sun day, December 17th, waa taken to St JeerWefceaclay, of this week, and aa ex-ray examination made, whlek mealed a badly strained knee Joint, bttt not broken. Ha will remalnTa -"iff w a,wwie, to "nwnli Tendernese hone en Their Faeee. chilled breast "I am aU they bare," whisper ed Love aa tears Oiled hi wonder ful eyes. "They bare never fail ed me, and I shall stay with them un til the end." U "I am the End I" called another role. ana a grim flfure mounted the atepa. "Not yet," begged Love, and be tried to bar the stranger's way. But at algbt of the acytbe the other bore Lore's great wings drooped. "Mine 1 the best gift of all," whis pered the newcomer aa be bent over the forlorn couple. . Silently tba New Tear walked alone with the night and the star and tho scnrrjrlni enow. At4 aa be hurried oa tho darks faded Into tba eerie pallor of dawn, H,e etretched out bl aims aad wejeoaed hla drat day, "Chanty, Bin, Mercy, Lore and JJeth,"becrld-"llmln HowehaH ( cbooaa from among roar X thadow fell acroaa htm; there was a aooad aa of wins beating tba air, ad Lore, rosy, Maaphaat .and etet aaL caught hla band. "Ut-ia m with you all yow day,", k fimtS,. r as-ne 1 UeHtft wakhrweetea OharHy, raatuktae Ma, gtdrMaa Ur ay and fear not Death." , , HAPPY NEW YEAR, man and women! Happy Hew Year, girl and boyal Lot mo wish you all elncorely Twelve months brimming full of Joy. May new hope and ssplratlona Btlr within your heart today, bearing laat year' disappointment From your memories away. Turn around and lac th sunshln With It constant warmth and cheer, rii-m revolving you will seek It Every day throughout the year. Cloude whloh darkon your horiaon, ' While you're gnslng, toward th light, Are collections of thin vapor Whloh will aoon drift out of algbt Let unselfish lovo for other Prompt you olt to noble deeds; Flower blooming by tba roadside Are more beautiful than weeds. Through life' maaea wo all wander, Many atumblo aa though blind. Bo a helping hand bo o'tan Bt re tolling forth to lilt mankind. May thle Now Year be muoh better Than thn other year you've paad Let It be a strong foundation, Built to hold your luture faat Dso enouli good brloka and mortar Bo your edlfloo won't ebak Bbould tho earth begin to tremble With a war or gla:it quakt. Oraoe Boranson tn Omaba World Herald. A New Year's Day Reflection ALL years are not alike In vti I no to tho ruce or the ludhldunl; neither are ell d.iy. Thero aru bluek days and white days, week that nro bur densomo uud weeks that uro like a merry chime of liclls, month that rumble with the thunder of defeat and mouths that resound with tho shouts of victor)'. There Is no monotony In time. It varies as does tho lntidsciie. In one period It la ns level a a western prairie, with uo spe cial experiences to murk Its pas sage; In a not tier changes come and events occur which make the week resemblo the Alle gheny, mouutalu height gath ered together like a grent com nunv of slant whose sblulug hel- mete are visible thodgli you bar .IB11JB.1.-V. .-I. M " your nonsoii line; in aim anoincr 1 , some day or week with Ita won- ', "drous hapiwnlnga rlie from th i plain of memory Ilk a veritable ', Mont Blanc, and though aercn- ! ty year be counted In your col- endar you atlli aee Ita summit ! and say, "That waa Ibe hour i 1 when my new life began." New Yssr's Eve Among the Reyohs. Th Greeks who dwell In Turkish territory and are subject of th sul tan ar known a Greek Itayaha. They follow the Greek calendar, according to which Jan. 1 come on our Jan. 14. New Year eve I a great time for the Rayah boya. 'Aa soon, they ring th bell of a bouse the door I thrown open and tba voice of the master I heard, aylng,-"Let tbe boya In at once I Olve them money, fruit and all that tbey can carry of Bt Basil's cake. Com on, servants! fill their pockets whlle-4hey give u their song!" Then th poor children, delighted by the warm weloom of th host and th profusion of dainty thing given tbem. Ing with 'frenay th romantic Httl Ule of Bti Basil,, patron aatnt of th bom and of tba young, and end with tbe calling down of numeroua Haw ing on th generous fkaUIy during the new year. Touta, t On the Plret Mernlmi. It la curloue to lad th FnrHaa Jndg Bewail a btflHlrU holiday and aef day, recording wtth.iMeh plaanea hla being awakaaad o.Mitf XMr-a Itwrmlag la obr BMan am MM (noaga. wat u'paaMg eg: a.awF Vroagk tba Mm hy tkf lawm ttan K L'aaUiir' JsViaitfallfK.falfBiamc-i:uHIam.aalfitHTititititi1 ..f.M .; .vUvnTw .1 . rt'. in- H3tt TB.n.". AJix- .