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THE HOLT COUNTY. SENTINEL, -Friday Jgae .17 i 7 " m " a krT0iiNQ Gl'wl'S tiflWfiQ CUMB 'MeiWsry 'eT rlerele Deed, Hu Veen ' Treasured tit Years In Little ' English VHIege. 1 A d.flng climb was accomplished at .Rejiton, Id Lancashire, England, dome jrears ago, the exploit being kept In snetnory by a "rayed fragment of cord that used to ilnngle from 'the cross laurmountliig Ihe lofty spire1 of the village cliurrh, nnd Mlilch win known Jocalljr a "Utile Ilessle's nnpe." lltn ale wan die daughter of a lUrtoii .fterplejack wlio one day, In n spirit 'of. bravado nnd In order to win n bet of a few shllllhRs, undertook to climb 'to the top of the spire and there don a Milt nf clothe Jwlth which be had been presented. True to hi word, be tlxed hl lad ders on the day appoAited ond rllmhod lijr their nld at far as Uic bottom of the big copper hall which upheld the i-ros. Over one ann of the ernss he then lAssned a rope, pp which be tllmhcd, and afterward rori-eieil to ilon the clotbea. Neit. Rtatii)li x upright, he stnrled to throw f InlOj Ik- nlr. otie by one, hi old gar snents, Suddenly, however, there waa cry, of nfTrltlit from above, followed 1' My a great hush below. The foolish i-.fellow- had somehow mniiaged to i leoeen the rope, bla pole connecting ' link i with terra flrma, and It slipped ;town and hung suspended from the topmost ladder, 30 feet below. Two or three men moved hesltntlngly to ( ward the church, but a child-woman of slxtein. hla daughter, nns there "llung by rung abe mounted until siho liNided no bigger than n doll Then, after Ihrt-u failure, tllngtilg iiienn while by one band and lliut Hie the . left hit Mirveeded In throwing the noosed cord over the croni once more. ALL SUBSERVIENT TO MAN Process of Domsstlcitlon of Vfd Anl malt From Earllctt Ages li Interfiling Study. Mnn galniil the dog b) ilnmi-stleat-Ing thu Juikul unit dllTereiit vpeclet of wolvea. In different porta of the world and then by crooking nr. by u more or lent unconnrloin. Kelettlon bred different varieties, until we bnve at present a cluioa of Intermingled form. Something similar but on a smaller srulc waa truo of the domes tie (little, uecordlng to "The New Htone Age In Northern Humi-." by. John M, T)ler. One kind of douu-Mlc iittlle nppeiir fully doinertlciiteil In the oldest hike duelling. It la unlike any wild i:uroeuii form. This Is the Ibis liriKlijccros. It wus ulint cer tainly Imported. Mingled with lta fonns we find those of the lloi prliul genius, a nutlvv of Kurope nnd north Asia, bill apparently not iliunMlriiti-d, This Is the lirus, which wits common In EiiroiH! In Curwir's iluy, nml lasted In centrul Kurope until UKi A. V and still llugura In I'ulnnd, This was yery Inrw nnd powerful, form with MISS-FINCH tlohg' aprendjjig horns whoe doiuestl.J ' cation apiaVrVfiThiivf cmimirncVd flJ-1 . I, .Ik .... ..a ned, IT Ward the close nf the Ni-ollthlc . rlod.' It not Improbable that waa domesticated, or at least tnmei ,lnlpe;nU'ntly In dlirerent countries at , Ollc dllferrnt tlmea. Uniting of cat .t'S'v"1 it lls height during Ibebronto, . '"t iiflerwnrd the results seem to de-' ),'"r "l0 rn,"e 10 degenerate. 'Hi"1'" . When Lying Hurts tht Liar. - ' The moil misunderstood form of ly. ilntl Is that known us "iii)tliiiiinnla." In It the person who tells the false hood does so without purpoM-, nnd iieoinciliiics wllh Injury to himself. It "' develops from the fuhte-miiklng of '" " childhood, and, unless corrected early, will work grent hnrm In one's life. Then- hate been cases of mytho mania In iidultH that hnvn bullied the best detective. The vlrtlm bus told things ubniit himself that might be highly Incrlniliintlng. and when nucs- tieoed made use of his quick presenco ork tnimi to strengthen the clrcura ( aOmtlsl evidence ognlnst himself. .'. ( 'Oils menlul disease often works harm upon others who are as Innocent M the mythomunlac himself though h he Is as prone to tell flattering Ilea qf A cimscii. roputar Kctenco wontlily.,, i J . i( '" Ouldsd by Light -on Cloud. ( In the night, when low clouds float tit thin veil above the river, where searchlights on bnttleshlps throw thiilr beams upon them, n curious round patch of light can be seen on a cloud. Airmen flying above these clouds would also see the patch of light and, fn clear weatbe'r, the long beams catt'trfd wnrd Into tho sky, n Tlie suggestion has been offered that. air-llglitnouscs should be provided with vertical rearchJIgliW of great powef. Even In inodernlery foggy weather the tight would penetrate the cloud of mist and be vlslile from iitKivc. Popular ecience aioniiny. !? !' W ay a; Hint for Charles. "Charley, dear, exclaimed young lira. Torklns, "1 Hin convluccd that Solomou'a repututlon for eftnior dlnary wisdom was debcrved." "Wtiy?" ."Although you read of hit spending tnonity ' retkloaiily you don't seo any aunestlon that he ever placed a bet an race bone." . Tha OuestlohablVFsstur. ' P Askftl How dlit' he fnakei hl's niif . W 'llklotaow la bow did bi 1 f is,e. esotlluch of Itl y" ' ,.'5 laafiage.li save By CLARItftA MACKIE. IQ 1111. br UcClsr hvwiptptr Hjrnuic., , Nell Latimer had met Celln Finch nnd i:th(l, (he youngest of that po Ulur family, noted for It feminine pulihrltude, but of lUwomond. the eld est) he bad only heard echoes nt her cnltn beauty. Men said she was n Inatble stntuc nnd that nothing could awaken her dreaming pence. "My sister ItcwamnndV' Cella had rewuti d one day. "She's the dearest thing, but she wouldn't be Interested In any of this," she nnved her fan nt thJ room full of dnnccrs. "She Is browsing nmong hi4is most of the time. Is the mot nhtent-mlnded crea ture luinglniible, una we nre missing hyst nf this dance, aren't wet" she tndetl wistfully, ( Nej( nologlied find In n moment tbry-icre vanishing In the ninre. One afternoon when the fever of spring was In the nlr and he could unl' remain Indoors hnnicsted to the routine nf a busy office. Nell got Into his car nnd rode out Kust nwnue to the country Huh. The Klirrh teldetice was nn ftist nvcntic nnd he hud iaishiI Mrs. r'lmh nnd the ymngcr girls In the shubby car drhenliy a middle aged negro. The Pinches were poor In this world's goods but, us the; co mo of n good old family and hiid many rich relatives, the fatherless family went around n great deal and enlirtiilniil iKTiislonnlly In thvlr lote ty. decaying home, Illicit with heir looms. Just n Nell reached the t'lncli rest denie he hcraino nwnre that the tun thine invited water. A maid wns standing with her bnck to him hnnglng out' a mowy washing of eloilies. Nhe won- ii pink sontiouiiot. but he could hv a couple nf clothespins pro truding from the depths of the bonnet. "(JihsI moinlng." he said In his pleas nut voire. "May I have n pall of water, my cur " he did not finish the sentence hut paused In illvnny. fur ll.c eli'lhi'splii were removed from the loM'lli-st of Hps nnd the fiico tuniei) to his wn never Hint of an ordinary ninhl-crtmit, Such nire lienuty could only heloiig tn the sister of Celln mid I'thel she snw his eiuburnissiuent am' smiled gravely. "Wiiter) Certulnly," she snld In a voire whli li made his pulM'S tingle. "If Jen will come to the house I will glie you ii pull: there Is water In the gisrnge. hut you may as well (III the puli In the kitchen. She led the wuy Into ii great kitchen. Immaculately clean, win re an ancient colored wo man, crippled with rheumatism, sat In ii comfortable nrnirhulr by the Ore. Slip crniilu'if bourse protests when the girl gnie Nil I n shining pntl. "No. Miss llosiimond, honey, done you be wnltln' on folk lak that " "Please, lu quiet. Aunt Heppy," Chilled the girl. "I am sorry "to trouble you I didn't know that I might 1st Intruding I am prjrinliili 1 with Sirs. Flncb ond her daughters and " T'Vou nun be coming to dinner to ilght, tben." suggested Ibe flrl. "I ,recognled you at once I am Itoao .mond Klncfi. ' Nell tiik her hand. "May I stay a lltle while nnd he kitchen cotnpanyT" Jio nskeil. "I'd like to get acquainted." "Itusnir.oiid looked doubtful. Then o Srtive of color Invnded her fairness. "I ahull be glad, Mr. Latimer, but you e It would embarrass mother and tho girts If It were known you see, lleppy U crippled, so, as we runnot afford nnother maid, I come out nnd help. 'Ilcppy directs mo and 1 love to cuili " "She shore nm do bentcticat cook I" internipted lleppy, " llosnmond Joined In Nell's laughter. "Iletipy Is n guild teacher, and It gives '(he younger girls it chunce to go about, "I've been out two seasons ul ifendy, nnd I iln like n chnnee to keep ip with my studies, I must tly around 'nuw tiecnune there I dinner to get oh. wc have an extra maid In for that tn help Aimer In the dining nKiui. Can you mix mayonnaise)" ' "Can IT Nell washed lilt hands and pushed back his cuffs. ."Jf you will let me. help you n lit tfn I'll forswear uny knowledge of you and your dark plottlngs In this kitchen." 1 "Wry well," she laughed merrily, ,only jou must tly at thu stroke of fcur, so that you will not scandalize mother nnd tho girls," '' Nell never forgot that hour spent (n the kitchen with lovely Itosumond pnclu 4 Thnt night nt the happy, Informal dinner party for which the Klnchea were famous Nell saw her again nnd 1 she seemed another girl. Her fnmlly ' and friends took tiro from her gayety unit It wns a nevcMo-'bo-forgotten evo ulng. ltoaainoiid Tlncli had nwakeni-d. ,i During tho weeks that followed Nell turned more iihout the Interesting fvmlly of girls who mnlntulned their social position on a depleted Income, rvinnde their own clothes, until there romu a day when they had tn unpack Mrs. Klnch's own wcddjng dress ami vl for Itosamuud's bridal. After all tju "eldest Miss Finch." who had con tentedly stayed at homo lo tho kitchen, waa the first bride, and Aunt Ueppy, i) ho had turned her Into a famous , p6ok, was almost as proud as Nell himself as tho bride came up the aisle, ''tihe look like, a lovely statue," said 'some on that day. i-iv UiM'..nj i 1 iuMtk wr? siuiivu. uq kuvw uiaj Death of Napoleon Browning. Ry the death of Napoleon Browning, which, occurred at hla home In Mound City, Monday of this week, June 13, 192i; Holt county loses one of its pio neers, and one of its very best citizens. His father was Francis Browning, and his mother was Nancy Johnson Browning, of Clark county, Kyi, where the deceased was born December 22, 1835, being In his 86th year at the time of his death. The family came from Kentucky am) located in Platte county In IMfi, and to Holt county In 16-18, nnd In 1853 the father died, and the deceased being the eldest of the children, much of the hclo nnd responsibilities of helping the widowed mother came to him, which he met manfully and courageously. His brother, James, is the only surviv ing member of this, family. Napoleon took Rebecca Wilson for his wife In 185", and she passed over to the other shore April 17, 1317. Of the eight children born to them, five survive! these arc! Mrs. W. D. llrown, Klmo, Mo.; Mrs. P. W. Zachary, Mound City; Mrs. W. T. Crews, Craig) Mrs. I). M. Jasper, Chicago, uml Miss Effie, nt home. In lcC6 he became nn Initiate In Forest City Masonic lodge, filing his petition September 1: November 3 he -was initiated; Jan. 21, 18C7, he be came n Fellow-Craft, and April 6, 1807, he became a Master Mason, On April 20, 18C7, he demitted from his parent lodge to become a charter mem ber of Mound City lodge, and was its S. I). In 1808, and S. W. in lPCO, anil its Worfhlpful .Matter In 1873-75. He Is the last of the charter members of this lodge. When the Grange movement wns most prominent he took an active part, ami orgnnltcd the greater number of the Holt county lodges. He wns one of the patriarchs of the Christian church of Holt county, and bis funeral wns held from the Mound City church of his faith on Thursday. June 16, the services being conducted by Khlcr J ewe) I Howard, of Cameron, Mo., ami the body wns laid away with the honors of the Masonic order .jiatb,thiarb!e there, waa flatae-p t,w, nj n- aisseq, , uaiaiasv into Oil Death or Osmar Hill. It Is with no little degree of sorrow that we unnounce the death of Osmcr C. Hill, which occurred at Kansas City, Fiiday of last week, June 10. 1921. He wns' the on of Prof. 0. (.. Hill, who buck In the 'fcO's was at tic head of our school, und his early school days were snent In Oregon, nnd his former school chums here will regret to learn of his death. As lie grew he developed into u high-class iiillroad man, and at one time was the Burlington yatd mus ter, und nt the time of his death wns the superintendent of the Kansas City Terminal Company. He Is survived by his wife and svernl chlldtcnj two brothers, Louis, of- Hunnlbnl, Mo., claim adjuster for the Burlington, nnd Murk, of St. Louis, also n tallroad man; a sister, Mrs. Cairic Schilling, of Hiawatha. Kansas. ine uouy wus taken to Hiawatha. Kansas, for buriul, the funeral being held Sunday lat. Raspberries iXftcr nil" tHo "kihirigr freezes, I, will have about a , half crop. I think the qual ity will be fine. Thero is no other fruit. If you want any, phone, write or come. They will ripen about the 20th. SEIB CARSON, Oregon, Mo. v-m-o-ms-x-c-:--k-:-:"-x Community Notes, Next Monday night, June 20th. Is the date for the next Community Sing. The Presbyterian church Is nlco and cool, but if the night should be a little warm, there arc plenty of funs. And we have plenty of song book. Miss Mnyme Greene will bo here during the summer months, and 'has agreed to act as chairman of the pro gram committee during that time. She will see that you enjoy yourself while thete. We are not attempting any thing fancy. Just good wholesome music, with a few specialties for va riety's sake. The mv.slc for the orchestta accom paniment will be here in time for the next Sing, and we hope to get the or chestra ftnited good and strong. The tennis court is proving a very popular place, and our young people arc not only miking good use of it, but are keeping it in excellent condi tion. TUB. COM. A? B? C?T? Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Cotten re turned home Sunday evening from Pawnee City, Neb., where they were the guests of relatives, and also at tended the wedding of Mrs. Cotten's sister, Mlsa Ollle Guinn, to Mr. Lloyd Colllstcr. of Falrbury, Neb., on Sat urday nfternoon, June 11. The Oregon nnd Forest City ball teams will meet on the Oregon dia mond, Sunday afternoon, nt 3 o'clock, and a fast gamo is expected, ns each team has won one game from the oth er, and both teams me going strong now. Quito n large number of people from Oregon and vicinity were Big Lake visitors, last Sunday, ami nearly all attended tfie bnll game there that afternoon between the Craig and Corn ing teams, which Craig won by a score of 3 to 2 in ten innings. This waa one of the best games ever played on.the Lake diamond, and was a pitchers battle between Evans, of Craig, and Thleman.' of Comlnge Neither team the. elgntnnntng vner scared! until Comlnc scored titi". . the i scorn in tw6 run',, ,nnd,, Crag In their 'Kali. f the elahth. and .won out in the tenth; due HI MUNSINGWEAR UNION SUITS Let Muiuinfwear Union Suit You, For Men: Knit $1.75, $2.00 Pajama Cloth $1.50, $1.75 For Women: Mercerized $3.50 '" .Knit $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Nainsook $1.00, $1.50 No matter the size of your person or purse there's a MUNSINGWEAR UNION umm bUIT to give you the Utmost Satisfaction. "The Satisfaction Lasts." The Fills-Bunker Mercantile Co. OREGON, MISSOURI m Specials if or 1 0 Days $20.00 Lawn Mowers for . . $16.50 $16.00 Lawn Mowers for . . $12.75 $12.50 Lawn Mowers for . . $ -9.50 $22.50 Washing Machines for $110.00 Electric Washers for $1.75 and $1.50 Hay Forks $18.75 1 al i mm $95.00 $ 1.25 1 All Cultivators at-Greatly Reduced Prices. f 1 Agents for International, Deer ing and I McCormick Mowers, Binders and jj 1 Rakes and Repairs. J TEARE & RULEY EililllllllllllllllllP IIIIIIIIIE Mrs. Mary Blumm, of Lincoln.! Rutfiianil 'chnrlaka.,.1 Char es A. I'attenon ib ww .iw,hubwi "'vV, ""wcl V f5 aww,w nonje iortneir vaca c;..i, ..u.rA tin vtutcd hit many nle Ailolph, and other relative. She Is ttion from tW Mnrvuin Tin tm. ootu.i..., w.s.v ' Uk. ...l.l.. li. UAnM, ni tl... i i-ilii. " "' rel&tWfB it into muun wi. vno uiutititi Verne' Meyer- and wife, of. St. Jo- who many years ago resided In the mh wi.re Sunday, cuesU vrith Fa and . rierce school district. Ma, Charley Meyer. 'i'.l.Ti' &1L to the.poor.isupport the Coming' team gave Thleman. , V Mrs,- ihdla ' Price has -returned home 'from a week's' vtslt in Kansas City With her 'daughter Mr. Herbert CaskeV Ind family. tSha-waa accont- ahled home'i-by 'her'igranddaufhtar, isa.VlrKiBUt'aikr.:wbo' U.to her guest for whiM?.' f byterian Cpllege, -Hluy Suavely and wife, of St. Jo seph, were here for a brief time, Sun day, on their way. heme from Craig, wherevthey viaited MreB.'si brother, Otla TBIggs; jhe'war femerty Dora, daughter of Mr. and Jlw. Hugh Biggs, aadrwaa Axjrn and raleed. in Oiegon. Hugh sad wife are lit.ws3,'Md itUI' rniiinr""- 4.