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EHSJEPLT COUNTY SENTINEL, Friday, June iff 1021.
-OF BRIDGE LETTING Notice Is bercby given that the un dersigned will on Saturday, the: 25th day of June, 1021, at the Court House, In Oregon, Missouri, at 2 P. M., let at public outcry or sroled bids as may be ordjred by the Court on the day of letting, contract for material and erection of bridge! and culverts named below. Contractors to give bond to malntatln said bridge and culverts for four years and for the payment of material and labor. Certified check of $50.00 to accom pany bids. Said bridges and culverts to be com pleted in 120 days from day of letting. Court reserves the right to reject any or all bids. On and after June 20, 1921, plans and specifications will be on file in County Clerk's office and County Highway Engineer's office. LIST OF CULVERTS) No. G Repair old culvert at Me Intyrc place, 3 miles southeast of Oregon. No. 26 ltcadley place, 214 miles southeast of Oregon, concrete slab, 18 by 22 feet. No. 44 Fltzmaurlcc place, 314 miles north of Forest City, on the llluff road, concrete slab, 20 by 12 Uct. LIST OF STEEL llItlDCES: No. 13 Chris. Evans' place, 2 miles north of Foreit City, 40-foot steel truss. No. 31 Tom Cain bridge at New Tolnt, C0-foot ttccl trust. No. 34 Ollic Goodhnrt place, C miles south of Maltland, 7 5-foot steel truss. No. 48 nichvlllc school house, C0 foot steel truss. No. 68 Henry Armack place, 1 mile noith and 3 miles cast of Mound City, 50-foot steel truss. No. 70 Wilfred Itowlctt place, 1 milo north and 3 miles west of Malt land, 3C-foot itccl truss. This Tth day of June, 1021. SAM G. LOUCKS, County Highway Engineer. 16799 DIED in New York City alone from kid ney trouble last year. Don't nllow yourself to become n victim by neRlcctinR pains nnd aches. Guc:J against this trouble by taking COLD MEDAL Th world's ttsndsrd rrrasa'y forl'dtio-v llvsr, bttddtr and urie add troufcU". Holland's national rsmtdy tine 1693. All druggists. Ihut sites. Ouartnttwl. laati lor tU CUM HiUm ' U At LEHMAN'S TIm cUy w cIom out n Mr! knftks ol pitc aooda I vnr dcrlpiion u tU short loU of READY TO WEAR GARMENTS. You un tan twar fail by tr.ding ol LEHMAN'S on REMNANT DAY 1 S. F. O'FALLON. President. GEORGE LEHMER, Vlce-rrest; W. P. SCHULTE, Cnshler. JESSIE J. JONES, Ass't Cash THE CITIZEN'S BANK OREGON, MO. .WlCKir'SAYSIV' NOOVtE.VER.vvttKB.VJ5 ' tw POfttmoasrMtoti. PATCUOT PftVITSr ROMMlMG BAUK, AMD M6 WW J00KU6, I FEB. V40 WMVN.BSCOX cVAPUS bMiaoe REMEMBER that to insure publication, the same week, all items must be in not later than Tuesday of ' AiiVerdlel for $l(S.OOO.-.thfi largest ever returned by a Jury BgInitrth$ city. of. St. Joseph, was secured In Judge Vorles' codrt, In St. Joseph, Fri day Inst, June 10, In the personal In jury suit of George Kicfcr vs.. the city. It wa the second trial of the suit, which ha attracted considerable at tention nnd has been in the courts for two years. Klefer was Injured in February. 1918, when he slipped on nn alleged defective sidewalk In the 1900 block on Dewey ntcnuc. He fell with such force at to cause a fracture of the first lumbar vertebra, according to his petition, resulting In paralysis In his hips and legs. The cne was tried In circuit court In June, i'll'i. The lurv found for the 'matrleil. 1ml 'tis truer city. Klefer's attorneys, Duvall & -Mis. Alice Maple nnd Mrs. licit ltoyd, filed n motion for a new trial, Mni,!e entertained relatives from St. which was granted. The city then op-j, ,P,h last week: Daughter, Mrs. W. pealed to the supreme court, which af-1 j, hltam and son, Wlllard; Mr. and firmed the ruling of the lower court jir, c. W. Meadows, n granddaughter, In granting the new trail. The new nt , ll01 mc M)n Krcat-grandchlld trial started Thursday in Judge Vorles' t ji ACC Maple! Mrs. Leslie Hart ourt. . Counsel for the city contended w another Rianddaughtcr, and her the plaintiff's condition was due to an e daughter, another great-grand-injury he admitted having received In ,1UKh,cr f Mrs. Alice Maple. Mrs. July. 1911. Witnesses were Introduced j,lp!c . very proud of these great by the plaintiff to show that he had K(in,chlldren, and should te. Grand fully recovered from these injuries MPa,0Wn nml daURlitcr, MIf Kuth, and was Dacu worning ni ni iruuc no wcl0 ur0 wun thcm. learn that John sick list for o soon learn mplete Oregon will celebrated" The X, 11, C's. What! it' Mrs. Frank Watson and Mother, Grcc Grclner, arc In Nebraska City. Neb,, called there by the sickness or their sister, Mrs. Carolyn Dennis. Mr. Ed I. Dobyns, son of the Penlor, ncompanled by his wife arriv ed here Tuesday evening of this week frwi Seattle, Vnth., where they had been visiting his brother, Leigh Pubyns ami wife, for a week. They rre enroute home to Marceline, Mo., where Ed i chief dispatcher for the fan'a Fe railway. They left Wednes day noon for home. Leigh holds a re spon rible position with the United I'ics nt Seattle, has several children, and one daughter marticd. It does seem possible that he lias n cniiu a carpenier lor s.x years oc.ore no v- W(, Mv ,0 T " i l, i, . ! nt 101(1 ltiodbcck has Wen on the Klefer during the summer or liuu . . , , nnn, nnd 1917 was In the employ of Andiew ''' 5?r!. Tochtermnn, our contractor and build- ' - " hv Hl. er. and proved to be a good mechanic. I -Hert Maple, accompanied by his Mr. focht.rmnn, Gerald King nml wife, took his truck and ent to Om Robert Hatch weic witnesses In the rn. one day lat week, w th a li a I of cne, in behalf of Klefer. I o itii.iruniii j;uihi im .'r. ... v.iww.., who has moved to Omaha to make her l..:,rmnnl Out. lU-me, Dr. W. S. Dearmont, president of I Itert Mnple wns n business visitor Cttn. r!lrfii-iii.iiii Ktntn Tarhers ft. Ktinn Cltv. one day. Inst week. uvoubi w .r , ,,'-.;y r. ".. v. n..i:.. '.u. nn.l h. . . .i . Col ege, was aeposcu oi uy me noarii -i nr san mm i.o,., v,,... wssk nlhopuntoi ther ic1.. u. .... .. Is.i ut nml w.ia rrnlac- s 'LvCi,i.(l nn new. Call on or ail- ........... ...... v. -"v ' ,. oi,. n.n. ii nv ur. jooenn n rcrenn, ininiciii iitmi, ,irs. vicviki- ... .'ii"-- he.nl ol the winiani o(is oiitt;'-' m u. o. , , TV, Ml...uirlnn n f'ntlf . Mrj .lf.nnlo MntlheU. Of till rilf'll, .'IV. ItIV .'. Mfrv ...... ... I I -.- " ' , .1 (Jiriinleaii, of date f June 7, In.speak- f,.., received the sad new- Sunday of lug of the chnni;c says: the death of her sltfr. Mrs. AnriiB "When the Hoard of Regents met It? ..k who hail heen rpcrnieii on about a month ngo It wa decided , a Knisn City hospital. Her in y .i.. ,.i, ,..,. I... in i.l.-ci n new .. i,..,u.lii in her mothers home In president, in older to bring new life i . wwrchip. nr.il the funeral was nml complete- unanimity to the college. Tuiviluy of this week, the inter- no assurance of their publica tion the same week. KODAK FINISHING BRING YOUR FILMS TO US EXPERT WORK SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HENN1NGER DRUG CO. Tim a hiu liroimht friction nml xiroju- n -n! lulnir nt Mnltland. .ii..... u .mI.I nml (t w.nt n pi rod Mi.nrv fur Kxirm ljD.in. fh.it 'tho nlv tidnc to be done for the THE SIPHON 1X)AN ft TITLE CO., , bi-ft inteie.ts of the colltge was to en- Marj-vil!e, Mo. I itmr fl now nrptldcnt and dliec'.ilig II writp ir nliene us for terms, tl head. -Mls Ltey M:.t!luws .pent sevci- I "Dr. Pearmont's time will lw up , l.iv- last e-k, visiting hr grand- September 1, it was stated, ami he l , ,or, Mrs. John Lewis, 'expected to contluve hi woik until , Far Rent I'astuie for hones nml Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby elvcn that the un. derslgned ndmlnUtrator of the estate of llortcnse R. 11 Inkle, deceased, will make final settlement of his accounts with said estate a such administrator nt the next term of the Probate Court of Holt County. Missouri, to be holden nt Oregon, In snid County, on the Etli day of August, A. I).. 1921. ut.u. v. III.NKLK, Administrator. Was Rom Here. We had the nlensure of meetinc Mrs. J. W. Nuuman,.of Craig, who was here on rriilay last, on some business mat ters. We rczret to learn that her hus- band Is still in n very serious condition. Mrs. Naumnn prior to her marriage was .Mollle, daughter of Charles anu a gramiaughter of Daniel Oregon's first mayor. She was bom on the David farm Inihe Pennel neigh' borhood, Just east of tho old town, o ii,..i it u n 1,1 tlmt since II oe- came known tlmt he wn to leave the State College, he has had etfer of high educational no-ltlons and that tic will have no tumble locating most ad vantageously fir hitnulf." Dr. Dearmont was the superinten dent of the Mound City school- from 1868 to 1K.93. when be was succeeded hv W. W. Gallagher. Dr. Dearmont l'l..i,tv f mnnlni: water and -le. Not responsible for r.rcidents. F.1.MKII CORDREV. 'V. C. Proud, M. D., H';e, Ear, Tl.inut nnd Nae SpKlallst Offtoj rhysiciar.' Surgeons' Hulldlng, ith in.l len i''' e, ? .'os'h. Mo. tf We wcie Inlted glad to meet our i '.I frit nd. Sam Onpenhelmer, one day List week. He. several yeais ago, con- by V. w. uaiiagnvr. i". uronraii. l.if t weeK. lie. several ycam uki, tun .ixmlilv in our state ns an .i ,i. mi..ei Mmm u'.tnurant In educator, and had been at the head of gti j0oIi. but is now In the employ the Cape Glmrdcmi College for many . 0c ( tnc lending hotels In Kansas years. City. He was here to attend the fun- o '..r.l i.f wife. Doni Willi, whom he Have Pastuic for a . few ' 'mniried hcie. and who was a daughter II. i'.. rviir.r.iv. tj1(. nt,. jonn villl, of riercc ins- George Oelvli), wife find son, Her- trlct. T. II. Mllms of Foibes township, nanl.of Maltland, attended the l.O.O. N n sofidn-lnw of Mr. Oppenheimer. F. Memorial service, here, Sunday las'. Obituary of Mrs. Oppfihelmcr was Mrs. Harold Iloore and little nublUhed In our Issue of June If . son. Gonlon, visited with her pnient. Miss Vera Alltn, daughter of Silas In St. Joseph, over Sunday. ' Allen, of this city, was married in Sn- V. ti, i.li i.nm Sundav ,..,!, limo 10. to Dr. L. L. White, n irrlage Lfternoon, June 19, 3 o'clock nt Wink's veterinarian in the employment of the DnviiMhaH park, Oi'gon. A good game is government. We understand they will David, I ey Cjtcti, 'make their home in St. .ipseph. MICKJE SAYS TW TWAC NOO SEMO TO A.UOTMflVl TOyiM-FER ft. JOO OP WWVmMCi, NOU'RE s-ur uuneuiu ice nuiu V ivei msmw cowi&&iviw;'. j The Dodcers The Dodge Ilrothcrs Motor. Company er iciwi. ... . ... i .. if.. r f,.n.l Ice Cream social uy ahi sivni) ; w. . iu uun "i"" nt Nickell's Oiovo school house, Frl- City, have purchaeil one of the bam dny evening, June Wth. Evcrybciiy F. O'Fallnn residences In 0 Fallon Invited. View, and will icmovc here nbout It will be certnlnly be goo.1 news to juy j, Mr. Dawson has nbo purchas ii ' .i. t t.n,ui ilmi Itev. T. I). J ,h. ntin Knliiiimn stork of cents' have concluded to dodge the high Roberts hns been secuied to serve the furnishings, etc., nnd takes possession prices and have announced the follow- '-people of the Presbyterian chuich ln about July 1. We extend them a Ing reductions In their vehicles: hnlt his time the second and fouith henrty welcome back to the old home. Roudstern, from $13C0 to $1018; tour- Sundays of each month. He er- Mr. ruhiman has not yit decided what Ing car, from $1415 to $1103; coupe, ed this church from le82 to 1893, n"' he will engage in. from $20C0 to $1733; sedan, ftom has ever had n warm comer In the vilnm Plummcr and wife, of $2320 to $19411 panel side business hearts of all our people Irrespective n' Holyoke, Colo., who have been visiting Remember Oregon will celebrate with an old-fashioned 4th of July cele bration. Plenty of amusements. Mrs. Ralnh Markt and children. of Hnxtum, Colo., are here, the guests of her parents, W. A. S. Derr and wife. Claudo Markt. of St. Josenh. was the guest of rclntlvcs In Oregon, thlt week. For Sale A coed Deerlne Hinder. Call on or address, KALl'll niUSS.MAN. Forest City, Mo. Mr. and Mr. F. C. Kelly, of .Mary- ville; Mr. nnd Mrs. Wcftlull nnd Chus. Suetter Un. of Skiilmorc: .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mitchell, of Foret Clytj Mr. and .Mrs. Levi Schulte, .Mrs. hate iceman, Will Sccman, Mrs. Rebecca W'ctxcl, of Oregon, wciu Sunday guests of Mr. and Mm. Ed Wcttel. Juit iccclvcd a lot of the beautiful Dolly Varden Aprons, in several shades and color designs at THE VARIETY STORE, o CHINESE HAVE OWN COURTS Orientals In This Country Administer Justice Without Troubling the Regular Tribunals. Completely IMnteil from nny Inter ference from the occidental nfilctrs of the. law. the Chinese hue their own courts of law. Criminals against this code, Kt.cn puidslieil, lire not hilled b fore the nhltc mini's lrlliun.il. As roncliislte e lili'iice, examine the dockets of uny court. In nn ntti nipt to find where one Chinese has Issued a coinpliilnl n tn Inn iiiiutlier. sny the po lice, (jiilck execuil miller the huy life of downtown I'urtlutid, Is snid to huvo tcn inetetl nut to imiiiy irien. while nilliid)' shopi-d nliove. At any niti tlmt Is the gist of one of the ninny tales told illicit police hendiunrlers coinvnilng I'nrtlunJ Clnnalimu, j an "ilncl.iirt" who should know. Most of the police are uware of the suspected cxlstenee of the tunnel. The numerous ml ill ucnlnst gniiililliig dens, which to the public nri more or less routine nf fairs, nre tinged with the thrill of ad venture for the Htllev, who wonder which one of llielr uiiintier will be lliy llrst tn dlsemer one of the en tninee' In Iho iii.vtlilinl inissiiiiewiiy. I'uitliintl iiivi:iiiiIiiii. car, from $1440 to $1240; screen side business car, from $1280 to $1140. NOTICE. Wo now charge a small fee for all deliveries made by our truck. MINER & FREES LUMI1EP, CO. r their church affiliation. with relatives In Forest City, have ie- Observe the 4th of July in uregen turned to their tissue in iciinrauo. an old-fashioned celebrntlon plenty , M,g. L. McFall and children, Mul doing nil the time to entertain you. roim and Eleanor, nro vlsit- For Snle At A Bargain A good nK ,er parentf, and nifthe fitudebaker, 3-passenger roadster, 191. Doctor's In Kewance, Illinois. They model, in good running order n;w wll make an extended visit, returning 41 raw nm l now liatterics. Car can ie Oi-euon some time In AuriiM. In Niv Tnlnt. or Ml.. llul. Seemnn. of Haker Col- trlct reprcsenfntlve'to the stnto ns-lcai on or address, L. G. Dotkln, New eK, Unldwln City, Kan., has joined her Fembly of the Rebekah order, accora- Foint. Mo. mother. Mrs. Ocorge T. Seeman, and panied by several members of Oregon, I Our wheat hnrvest will be on net gi3tcr, Mary, who aie hero fiom Kny- Rebekah lodire. visited Mound Citv ...v nml the wheat section from Wvo.. vlsltlne her parent, K S. Rebekah lodge, Monday evening of . Forbes north to Corning, Is nrn-t Morgan nnd wife, and other relatives, this week, when Mrs. Lacey made nn Inromlsing, and n crop averaging ' Mrs. William Hewlett, of Malt evViiikdvp rennrt of the ilnlnffH of the U lw,lce.l fur. While the tnnil hml huilr.es In our tirobate court Is short in many pmcc, mv Monday ot tins wcck, sm- wuo mn state assembly. The A, II, C's nre coming. -JH. II. Williams, one of Crnlg'H at torneys, was here, Monday of this week, having business In the piobate court. . Fresh Cow For Sale. A. L. SHAFER Transacts a cencral banking bust' ness. Interest paid on deposits ltft for a specified time. Drafts issued on principal cities. Collections made and promptly re mitted. Directors: S. F. O'Fallon, George Lehmer. W. P. Schulte, J, A. Krcek, .Robert Kncale. OREGON 1 1 t MISSOURI X 1 IV, " i t4 v.. n II. L. Hershncr found a pistol, op- fnnlinl m,wlr nml 4urnhi tl"" 000 00 ening on me sine, one pnoi, cauure. Capital Stock ami Surplus, J3..000.00 he hw, about 18Cfl on ,he o( llil Jiuiniilict iuiiii, 111 a Grove. It Is very rusty, but still looks like a pistol of some kind. Henry says he used to '.M hogs with It, I have pasture for 12 or 15 head of cattle. Tlcnty of good water nnd shade. Not responsible for any dam age done to entile. L. M. DAWSON. They have a little queen nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moore, of our eltv. and those three sprightly little kings that are already masters or tnnt.nousenoiu arc simniy neiignieci over sister's arrival, which occurred on Friday last. June 10. Dr. W. S. Wood, or tnis city, anu ur. j. r. iiyrne, of St. Joseph, were In attendance. CARBOLA Paints and also Dis infects, dries white, a white naint end disinfectant combined in powder form that is ready ror use as soon as mixea with water, and can be applied-'wltli brush .or spray pump. Excellent, for stables, cellars.- cow.ibarjis, garages, ho pens.-,waihoui.f!pqu)try houses, nlno.,ure Heath to.buaAi on. Dumnkln. wrier he iruUlbqussh tvftd melQn..viti?,1,aml paiatin. Company. I ' 1 j WABIETY STORE. Vcn9 t-c!c without oufttloa II HUNT'S Solvo lolls lo h trtatmsnt or ITCH. UC2EMA, KINOWORM, TETTER or nlhor ltrhlu akin Slscotco. Try .' ol bam l our rltk. PHILLIPS. Drusils HENNlNGEr DRUG COMPANY. i Mrs. Je G, Meyer, who has been very slek.'Is'Teported to be meuh bet Ur 'at this vrrltlng;. . ' ;tj iu. Allan BunKeriiert sawruay isi ,no'4Ji .fori Kansas City, Mo-, Df!) be e)nerith employment lltif PnwolMnfl.I.lB-ht lv .. - i mn.i nAvfnffu. t.i t... cA..rnl nt her children' mo Mnrirnret lluetzer and piin Mnv. Pearl. Florence. P.achael and daughters. Kettle and Minnie, are en- Ernest. They came In their car. k. fnlni-niln mountain air. ll C Tlnnnert nnd wife, of Imle' Jllrs. H.'s health U quite poor, and she n0n(e,',Ce, Kansas, visited for a couple has cone to the mountains, noping uiiu 0f ,iavg this week, wun iuh ciiunhj, She may lie uent-iucu. u, j, ru.iiiiitiu in'i ' Allen Stanley han come nnm-- onroutc homo fiom uiiuimij uunye from the Washington University Law n( wh.re tncy hud been visiting rein D.1.....1 c t niili. for n short vacation, ,i- rr fnnr or five months. and will then go to Ann Arbor for a Wo nre indeed glad to announce summer law course, lie is ii' s that Miss Jinuecune .ucionum, -r '. i . i ,n n inwvsr nnd he'l ..t i7i...nn.l MeTlnn.ild and wife, of make it In time. , , 4. St. Joseph, has graduated with high Frank lireen, a stutient i honors from tnc nign scnou , - Washington University, and who also n,(ir Coneg0 0f that city. A I concern holds n desk on the St. Louis Post- c(j nrc fc,,Wer Oregon people, and all nt ..l, l.orn snlnvlnir his tW0'.v,-,i Mmleellnn enncratulations on weeks' vacation with his mother, Mm. hor graduation, which carries with it Alberta Green-Murphy. 'the degree of Associate In Arts. j, W. Gormley hns purchased the T-re pierce is home for the sum Nurum ferry boat from the George, rocr vacation from the Kansas State Nutum estate for the consideration of University at Lawrence. Ho was ac $800. The new proprietor hopes to rompancd by his school chum, G. M. " . . . i i - . I 11.1a ' . . - fin.. . i I. will .'loll give tne very dsv llco jiunrn.lv. janes, oi rsansun -i-John Wesley Zcliff, f farmer re- for a fcw days, siding near Mound City, tiled In a St. t0 tno Readers of America You Joseph hospital, Saturday last, Juue'tan. now wt the best reading maga 11, aged 05 years. He Is turvlved by -neg at the following reduced prices: his wife, fivetgonsiand, three datigh-ipaturiiay Evening Post.. $2.00; Ladles Looking Ahead. Hero Is u new NorthtlllTe story from The Mirrors of Downing Street," The eminent editor hud a caller who raised his hat aud iiiude u profound how to the elevator boy us the two iiivii, NonhclllTo aud Ills friend, went up to tliv editor's rooms. When they came down the friend again raised Ids lint and howed low tq the boy. Northcllffv remonstrated wlili him. "You shouldn't Joke with these boys," he snid. "It mnkes discipline dlltlculti" "Joko I" exclaimed the caller. "Good heavens, I wasn't joking. How do 1 know that tomorrow tlmt boy will not hH'thv editor nf the Unllv Mull?" o Notice of Final Settlement, Notice is hereby given that the un- .1 i .1 .1 r ir . tx..n.ni ..n,.. wars helil nt . tt v...ni t nny flnimtrv fientle- r... ' W ' i vsrs. ruinmi .uiiHF "." iiuiuo uuuii.u., i vne gbvuic oi ucorgo jaeyer, ueceaee.u, Sclld.Cid Oil Economic Fuel. Frt'iiih liU'iillstH lime iiiiiiuunced that the) nre nui lliii (vltli slpml suc cess In tlie eiliirt In woe und cimservu the fuel supply by it proves which sol ul I lies the oil nml niiiki-s It In Ihls shnpo iniieh easier tn hnnillu und ei-t iiiniileiil to tun ii ns fuel. At no illnlnnt thile. It Is proiulsiil. It will he ioKhle to use the. new pifduct as subitltulv for heuvy fuel oils In furnaces, Iik'hiiioiIvih, nnd for other Industrial purptHes where coal coiisiTMitlon Is a big Issue, Not only will the product not be af ftrtttl try chansin it leuiTiilure, but It will also wlUmtiuid coiuliustlou un less In direct contutt with llmiies, while It Is easily extlngulsliabh- by water. Preliminary sample ulivuily pro duced lime. proed Iim) costly. TJVlfiia TOi;AWCIJ(tfR.EECE Rltsn6ryAlmnsejHad Ut Orljla Jh,,K;jHs, OsV;By "ttrtskt , as Records. Far. Njik In the rtnrs of ancient Greece It was the custom to snnon ,ee the first day of the' 'monli tit er through a herald or placards pasted on the city walls. These placard were known ns kaler.ds, or kolendae. from ,the Greek, "I call or proclaim." The book of accounts referring to the days of the year was known ns n enlrndarlura, hence the word culrndnr. Ejcnrntors at Pompeii have discov ered a sfiunre block of mnrble which served the Greeks as a calendar, Knrh side served ns n record of three months. Ench month was headed by tbc proper sign of the zodiac, and cor.tnlned astronomies!, agricultural and religious Information. Trnclnk' back the origin of the word almnnnc, Verstegnn, Uie' famoui old lexicographer, says: 'i" "Onr ancient Snxnn ancestors used to engrave on certain squafed sticks about a font tn lenrth,"Mmetlmei more. nmrtlmes less. te'if?tturse of the mrmr.es of the whottVyenre, where by they alwates certainly "tell whatt new mnoncs, full moonrwluid changes should happen, as also 'their festival dales t nnd such n carveit'lstlck they called al-mon-ngnt; that'l t say, si-men-heed, to wit. the 'rcstttrU or ob serrattnn of nil the moonss.' and bene Is derived the name almanac." Mound City; Monday. of thla eek-, iman $i.00j Farm Journal, uie msv ,make iina t0ttlement of his ac The second annual reunion of the ,Btrct)y farm magazine that we sen, coun witb.aald estate a sueh'execn Andrew county soldiers, soiltfrs ami riOc' Phone'or-writo us for art bne or ipr -t thetnext. tirm, of the Probate warines wU bo held at JfiUinore, July tbe above or all of them, enclosing-'gQujJ 'of 'Holt County. Mjisonrl, toJbi 1 .i.V u 'fr'Anller lv eeUhratlnn. roll- mnnt ,nj will Kne that VOU Ket Ll.l.. . ni if !.irvi..;: 'Art." 1) slitlng pf a,'.rpund:op . and I basket din- thqhtt once. , "2, tf. jsour?, onUBt'df.rjFAugnat,. P,i ner.AThe,ikiUl'liofuniished tybFji THE iVARKTY HTORB,1. i921.'-'1 rwiffllifo''1 l.Parsi.New Point. band, od?.Kewa Agentiifor.alL rnagaxUMg andpfcrejor-ofiErtlvl8 diTOfTftyef,' foifynjKUnai " ; 'MiiW,'''iiup,rB.xi IFIrst pubUcatioa, JvvfVlm. 1 "CAVEMAN STUFPV'IK; CHINA -hi Ardent Wwtr Carried Off ths Qlrl of His Cholca Strapped Hslplasily on His Dack. "Isihbnh," or the "twelfth moon elghlb dny" Is always lucky,, for mar rluges. I'oi r pi-oplc of iho Annul priilnri! In' China can bn sure of sn auspicious day without going to tho eiitiise of consulting the fortune tellers. This year In the town of l.lunnchow there was a noel marrlnco proces sion. A young mnn of twenty-two wnnled Ids bride, but her, parents are said tn have thought him too poor for the girl, mul demanded a sum of money which they thought would end In Ihe match bolne broken off. Friends suggested he should abduct the girl; so on the atlplrlous "eighth" he and a few friend went to the girl's home, and they were In such forco as to curry the day. To prevent, anything like Inwleosness the bride and groom wire hound together buck In back and the young mnn was marched off, likes Ihe snnll, with his house chin II wife tin Ids back. The girl liad protested she did not wnnt to be his wife, and apparently sulked, but next .day I blurs were smoothed over by frl&nds. "Hut why tic them back 'to back!" asked one, "Oh. .tn stop ihe girl from struggling," said a friend of 'the groom. In other words It wns caveman stuff. North China Herald. ' Lucky Animals Anlmnl muscnia become' ever more and mora popular."' Dancer,' are wear ing little black pigs In' effigy. The fisherman's mascot Is the petrel, the omen of good weather, ,Tbe black rnt Is almost universally considered lucky, but this Is specially so wltUt actors and actresses. " JUn of "the profession" would not dre'AVo of play ing a Crst night through" without a smnll black cat charm of some sort. The airman's mascot Is the'eagle, and n rardener will often keep for luck a charm In the form of a toad. People with gray eyes should always chorme a monkey mnscot Drown, eyes will And the horse a lucky loalmal. and blue eyes should wear .a.illttlo bear rhnnn. A quaint rolored ibutlerfly Is the best luck-brlnger for. j green-eyed (eeple. It Is unlucky for fnlr-bnlred people to wear any mnscot In the form of a snnke, and a mouse ,harm will only bring had luck to anyone who li rush enough to wear ICtaul Stupendous but Usllet. Sixty centuries ago n stupendous stone structure was bnllt. covering the equivalent of 10 city 'blocks, or about IS acres. It stretched't'ts pointed niswe nearly fiOO feet heavenward, and has stood through all times' 'as a monu ment to the mnu who reared It as a colossal mausoleum to,house his kingly bones. , . One hundred tliouftiind men, says the record, tolled unjler the scorch ing sun of Egypt for 3U"rears tg build that structure. Nlnetj ;iVlltlon cubic feet ot stone plied one upon another combined to form the Great Pyramid of Cheops. It was a thousand years old when Moses led the children out of Israel through tho lied sea. 8trange Properties of Tourmalins, The crystal, tourmaline, Is capable ot attracting small bits of paper and straw In much tho same wuy as am- . ber. This attraction Is, of course, duo , to an electrostatic charge. 'When the crystal Is exposed to sun light ot a low temperature It loses Its electrical charge, but regains it npon j being bested again. It It ha a nega- tlve charge at first, It will have a poll- t live charge when lt Is reheated. '; Several other precious stones exhibit - purHutueait muug iuw iiav, uui ivur 'nmllna la tha niftjst lntMSAatln 'anfl U spectacular of all.. , .TTr.kn Medernly. v r'IS,''lIotliej,.I.,lut took a splinter out f lU fanc;Ttth ,i)&, . , T'nl ntnl Don't von know ' thmtf.'.l ,r triw "!' .iT"0:." "Wj at minim V 1 '' '" - ;,', ajj.l