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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. Fridny. June 17, 1021.
Trustee's Sale. Whereat, W. E. Mills and Flossie Mills, his mitt, by their cerUln Trust Deed of date June 14, 1917, and of record in the Recorder's office of Holt County, Missouri, in Boole 135 at page i'C3, conveyed to Alpha H. Holdeman. Trustee, the following described Real Kstate situate In Holt County, Mis four), to-wit: 30.778 acres being the Kast part of the West one-half of .Section Two (2): 34.320 Bercs being the East part of the Northeast Quarter ,f Section Ten (10), 4.943 acres in the East part of the Southeast fractional of Section Ten (10); 4.943 acres In the the Northwest Quarter of Section Eleven (11) i 54.763 acres being all of the Southwest fractional quarter of Section Eleven (11), All in Township Sixty (60) of Range Forty (40), con tnlnlng 264.833 acres being nil the lands heretofore patented to James H. Holdeman, by Holt County, Missouri, and recored (n Book 134, page C04, In the Recorder' office of Holt County, Missouri, In Trust to secure the pay ment of one certain promissory note In mid Deed of Trust described; that Alpha R. Holdeman, the Truitec,jiam ed, Is a non-resident of the State of Missouri, nnd by reason of such non residence Is under a disability and can not act as such trustee; that the un dersigned Is the acting sheriff of Holt County, Missouri, and ns such under the terms and conditions of said trust deed Is qualified to act. That default has been made In pay ment of the Interest due on said note mid the legal holder thereof has re quested me to exercise the powers to me delegated In Bnd by the terms of said Trust Deed, and I will In Satur day, July 2d, 1921, at the Court House door In the town of Oregon. Holt Counlv. Missouri, in pursuance of such request and by authority of the powers contained In said Trust Peed sell said above described real estate at public vendue to the highest bidder lor ca'n tn hand. ALBERT W. SEEMAN. Acting Sheriff of Holt County, Mo., Truitee. Administrator',, Notice. Notice Is hereby given that letters of administration on the estnte of Unto Tcchterman, drcinsed, were granted to the umlerslgnl on the first dny of June. 1021. by the J'robnte Court of Holt County, Missouri. All persons linvinc claims against said estate lire tcquircd.to exhibit them for allowance, tn the administrator within six months alter the date of granting of said let ters. or they may 1 precluded from any benefit of said estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one rnr from the date of granting said letters, tncy snail no micver rnrrin. WILLIAM I'HUSSMAN, Attest: Administrator. HARRY M. DUNOAN, (Seal) Judge of Probate, Order of Publication. In the Circuit Court of Holt County, Missouri, October Term, Wii. Marvin Armcntrout, Plulntiff, vs. Esther Kay Armcntrout. Defendant. Now here on this 3rd day of June, 1921, comes the plaintiff herein by tils attorney before the undersigned, I'. A. Dunham, Cleik of the Circuit Com l of Holt County, Missouri, In vacation, n-d files his netitlon and affidavit setting forth that defendant, Esther Kay Ar mentrout, is u non-resident of the Plate of Missouri, and that ordinury process of law cannot be fen oil upon Mild defendant in tnis Mate: it is mere fore ordered bv me ns Clerk nfoiesnld In vacation, that publication be mndc In The Holt County Sentinel, n weekly r.ewspaper printed and published In Ho't County, Missouri, noticing said il fe.-.dnnt that an action has bem com menced ugnlnst said defendant, Esther Fay Armcntrout, by the piointiu ncre in. in the Circuit Court of Holt County Missouri, the object and gcneial na ture of which said action is that Tilnln tiff seeks to be dl voiced from the bonds of matrimony contracted with defendant upon the gioumis oi deser tion, nnd that defendant without ica- triable cause, absented ncrseu jrom plaintiff's home and abode for moic than one whole year neNt before the filing of the plaintiff's petition; and also that defendant offcied to plaintiff such indignities as to render plaintiffs condition Intolerable. And unless you, the said defendant, be and appear at the next term of this court to be holden at the Court Houke In the City of Oregon. Holt County, Missouri, on the 24th day of October, 1921, and answer or plead to the peti tion In said cause, the same will bo taken ns confessed and Judgment will bo rendered accordingly. E. A. DUNHAM, Circuit Clerk. A true copy of the record. Witness my hnnd as Clerk nnd the seal of said Court. Done st offlco In Oregon, Holt County. Missouri, this 3rd day of (SEAL) Circuit Clerk. lStJSSSSSSSSASSSSaSJ A Perfect . Vacation In the A STREAM and mountain paradise that has made this region famous amongst all lovers of the great outdoors. Motor boating on beautiful Luke Taneycomo, 25 miles in length from 200 yards to 2 miles wide. Rowing, fishing, camping along the bright, clear streams that wind among the hills. Ideal float ing trips, 25 to 12C miles down the waters of the James and White Rivers. Fine gravel and sand beaches noble bluffs rapids and quiet pools succeeding one an other all the way. Every vista one of beauty every hour creating some new en chantment nnd delight. Hsh ing luck that will satisfy the keenest sportsman. Good hotel accommodation nnd excellent camping facili ties. Take the family or send them on ahead and Join them for the best and finest vaca tion of )our lifetime. THE Missouri Pacific takes you there quickly and comfortably Round Trip Summer Tourist Rntc (let all paiticulars whattvei Informa tion you wish to receive fiom C. L. STONE, P. T. M., Mo. Pae. It. R. St. Lculs, No. The road our friend will recommend. Trusteed Sale. Whcicns. John (I. Rvous nnd Addle llyous. his wife, by their deed of trust dated the loth day of February, 1920, nnd of record In the office of the re corder of Deeds of Holt County, Mis souri, In Book ISO at pngu 412, con vejetl to the undersigned in trust to secure the payment of the note in snm deed of trust described, and of the in terest thereon, the following described real estate situate In Holt County, Missouri, to-wlt: EiHity (80) acres In a pnrullel strip of equal width off the North side of n certain two hundred nnd forty (240) ncre tract, vli.: The North west quarter, and the West half of the Northeast quarter, of Section thirty- one (31). In Township- sixty-three (C3), of Knnge forty (40); And Whereas, It is provided in and bv said deed that if the Interest on the note secured thereby should not be paid when due, then the whole of said note should become due nnd payable; And Whereas, default ha been made in the payment of the interest on said note due and payable March 1st. 1921. accordinc to the true tenor. date nnd effect of said note, nnd the owner of said cote has requested me to execute the power vested in mo by Wild deed of trust tn sell said real estate, and out of the proceeds of said sale pay the Indebtedness secured thereby; Now, Therefore, In compliance with tn ii rpoui'Ki. nnd uni erme rower vesi td In mc by said deed of trust, I will on MONDAY. JUNE 20th, 1921, between the hour of nine o'clock In the forenoon nnd five o'clock In the nftcrnoon of said day. at the court house door in the City of Oregon, Holt County, Missouri, Fell said real estate, nt public vendue to the highest bidder lor cash in nami. ASA L. SCHOOLER, Trustee. ECZCHA Mow t-is without quMlioo If HUNT ' ",,.n"n el ITCH, ir""; l,,t,l. .kin d MM. 1, i 7WM to e E. O. PHILIPS. Dmoilst UENNINflER DRUG COMPANY. mi t CHICHESTER S PILLS rlllAUHMI l-SMMS I'll Lh.1, BERT G; PIERCE DENTIST Oregon, Mo, ' Office in the Moore Building Otflee Hours 9:00 a. m. to 12:00 as. 1:30 p. ja. to 6:00 p. m. C. D. ZOOK. GUY L. CUMMINS, Prest. Cashier. AUTUMN CURRY. Asst. Cash. :o: ZOOK & R0ECKER BANKING CO. OREGON t i i MISSOURI Established 1871. :o:- Tho oldest bank In the county. Trans- irtn n central banking business. In prrt mild on time deposits. Droits told on all the principal cities of the' :ountry nnd Europe, nave made spo elal arrangements to collect money iue from estates In foreign countries. The accounts of farmers, merchants ind individuals respectfully solicited. Special care given to any business In trusted ts us. WITHOUT AID OF MACHINERY CAREERS FOR YOUNG BRITONS LaborloiM Methods of Getting "Flew" of Oil From the Rich Wtlls , of Mandalay. Oil lands above Mandalay are so , rich and the oil so close to the sur- . fare that jou net here BDd there among ! the scufTnldltig forest of steaming, drltllng derricks a hole, hand dug and in wiilug, and at Its innuth a breast- I lilKli cros-nle carrying, u creaking wooden wheel. A leug rope attached j to a cumbersome huikit plays vovcr i this wheel us four or Uve cootie women IihuI away oer a foot-hardened path fifty j arils long. Hack anil forth, In and nway, they trudge In the Inking Illinium sunshine; up and down goes the oil bucket; and. by de grees, fuller utid fuller get the big round earthen pots beside the well that holds the day's "flow." These wells are dug by suspended coolies, who loosen and pass up the debris fifty, eighty, a hundred feet from the soft sandstone earth and shale. It goes on, niitlike, with In credible labor for almost a microscopic wage. Many if them, however, like the pitcher of Phlliunoii nnd llauels, jesr nfler )enr, prodme the rich black liquid, the herltnrc of tl. family who owned the nt. Compare these methods, lime-honored but time out worn, wllli those of Cnllforiil.i and Texas nil fields, where niiiildhrry lakes enre nf every minute pieces, and miiKile bus more Jojful tanks to do." OlirMInn Science Monllor. SHOOT WATER HIGH IN AIR Iceland Ctytcrs Otsutlful, but Un safe Places in Which to Linger for Long Periods. The lint-wiitcr fnutitnlus of Iceland ire on iiiouiid averaging seven feet In height, the top of enih of width forms the edge of n sort of bi.sln. I roui these .iilii the steiim of tolling wa ter cull be Hill riMlig lihd ll.e nr llnw of wan r l ceiilliiuoiiH. The ton tents of these hnlliH Is iik (liar US irjstnl nnd one eilli see tn u grtlit depth, while Ju-t below Hi-' Mirrnei1 tire iiiuiiy wntiilirfully Ix'tiiitlful white IneriistutloiiK to olitiilti Miinpieh or wbldi iii:iiiy n lsltur to Iceland lins binned bis linger, 'li e peirilieiitlonx caused by I he boiling wider streams from the ge)M-rs Include bln:i iiud willow loiixeo, grns nnd ruhe seem Ingl) couterteil Into iiiurble. At tin Illne In It entlrily sure tn loi ter In the Milnlly of one nt tliese but loniliis tiitnx. for the gejsir Iiiih u wii of Hmilhg and gles im ndwiiice wiiruliig. Snliietluies there will be a shout of boiling water to a height of Ifi feet, followed by a succession ef 'tx The hlgliext shoot of wblili thirr s any record was tKi feet. Occioloiiiilly it haslii will for some iiiicMpluliicd reiisou hecome empty or will gUe fnrtli a "steiim sluxil," wbkli, In the form of u column of spray mid Hir at leiist tkt feet III height, prt- sciit a reiilly iiiiigullUviit s'ciaclv. Compared With Opportunltlts In Arrnr. lea Thty May Be Said to B Decidedly Llmlttd. Here In America we arc quite like ly to take for granted that If a man l.r.s a rood education, then his finding f an opixirttiiilty to apply It profit sibly Is a ootiipnrntltely simple matter. Cirtalhly our whole educational pnv gram, and eeelally our whole line of eduratli tin I appeal nnd propaganda, will hnte to le changed the moment that assumption Is no longer to be made, Whiting Williams writes In Scrlbner's. "Equip jourself, Young Aruerlcn, and the eeuntry's yours I" we shv Iii tffect to our youth whether In si loot er nt work. In llrltnln there Is much testimony to the effect that that assumption Is hoi thus to be iniule. I'nless they spend additional years trslnlng for medicine, the law, or oth er ef the professions, jraduales of the unu ersll lis must pretty much cipoct to etui I nhs In the civil sen Ice. The eXHtns fur Unit are extremely difficult. Those who come out of them wltli murks nt the tup of the list ttt the hst of the iitlons In the most Im pirlkiil ilepi liuietits at home, Tlicj in xt go nut I i Inillii or other ,irotlnees. while Ibose below them Hike the see end grade of the plncen hero and so en, 'll.e pn starts nt about CUK) (nninl null) J! -MX I, mid eoiinlderiibly more In bujli.g powir), with griiiluul jearly In creases up to u certain minimum and a pension. TAUGHT LESSON BY HUNGER Ceod Etery of Hov Franklin Was Convened to the Idea of Flth as Human Food. One diiy l!i njuiiilii rrniik'lti Jatiiev rerun iHl. n in hi- "l.ilc of Iten jiiiniti rriiiikiiir'wnx iii ii sloop ulii.li .i- hitiilmed in it urlfiln Islhi.d. 'I he hiiIoik, lit l -1 it I the eiiH lim wlii n ii ship I l eiiilu.eil, iiiiiumiI ttni.Mliio b fishing, rimiklin wit IiismiI the eulilillig of ll.e llsli with relet '"i -ix ii there i nn e to tntita llri hi in.sirllx a iiio-t iilliirlug odor fn in i fr.lng pun. So. u r.iinkllu ll'i.l n 1,11 he slory, he went over hi- leiiv, n.iig iignlu to sie If thele was in I II Unu In II, II ix.iirrril tn him Hint when the fi-ll wile eiucil be bud seen siimlli r h-h In ll.elr sli HUH lis, Mil" nmiI rrniiklln. "If iu eat on .;.(:!. 1 1 I i.nii'l see why we inn) not nit ton!" So rrniiklln (lined upon the tlsh n r hi in llli. mid llierenfter ate what other" nte. When tilling this story l'niiikliii iinleil with mi observation which l rfieri ntlrlbiiteil to Tnlle.v ninil, but wlili h we nre assured was n fiimlllnr Joke wllh franklin. This was: "So convi iilent n thing It Is lo be a rcrtMHinlilc ereiilure, since It en able one tn llml or nuike a reason for cm rjlhlng one has a mind to dot To Prevent tttel Rusting. SI eel whli h has become rusty run be i leaned b) brushing It with u puste rniiiiiiM'd as follows: Half nu ounce of cjunlilu of iHitiiKslimi, half mi oiinie of etisllte simp, an ounce nf whiting and water Millltieut to form the paste. The steel should be wiikIiiiI after the paste has hern applleil, In n solution of half mi ounce of cyanide of iHitas slum In two ounces of water. On the other tin mt rust may be prevented on steel parts by applying; the following mlxtur with a brush, Just as It It were viirnUli: One part caoutchouc, 10 parts turienllr.e. Ttuxe Ingredi ents must be dlHiolved In a gentle heat nnd then eight purist of boiled 011 should be added. The whole Is now mixed by bringing them to boll Ing heat. This uiiiterlnl may be re moved by th! use nf turpentine. Pcrslsn Oread Has Many Uses. At Kiisvln, I'ersln, a llrltlsh pntml base, we were lodged Iii empty wards nf the military liipllnl, writes Mary IX fliiscniii In A -In Miigiitlne. Our provision Imil almost given out by this time, and we were reduced to Persian stone bread. So far as I know, only the coconut nnd the ham boo serve more pun'ow than the flaps of rcrslnn bread, which aro about two feet long, one foot wide and a iiunrter of an inch thick. If It Is raining, the Persians use them on their heads us umbrellas; nnd It It Is I sunny, us pnnisoW; In winter, they i wrap the Hups around their shoulder, I lr ihfv ,1,1 ii. ii m..il ilicni fur tirntiM- I don they roll them up and carry I them under their arms. In Hie ho pltals they spreud them out on empty beds to dry- Variation In Flower Colors. VarhitloiiH In Mower are like varia tions In mimic, orteii beautiful us mull, but almost nUn Inferior to the theme mi WliUh they ur fnunded the original air. And the rule hold good In beds of lluwem, If they he not very large, or In any other small 'as semblage of thein. Nay the largest bed will look well. If of one beautiful color, while the most beautiful vari eties may bo liihuriiioulously mixed up. Contrast Is ugood thing, but vve must observe tho laws ut hurmonlouH contrast, uud unless vvu have space enough to secure these, It Is butter to ho content with unity nnd simplicity, which are always to bo hnd. Leigh Hunt. Up the Flowery Mountain. Every jeur thousands of Chinese pilgrims risk their lives In climbing up the side of llvvn-Shnn. the Hiw cry mountain, which Is sucred to the Tnnlst religion. Ally one reaching the lemple far above I suppi I to Inn any request granted as a reward for valor ind endurance. The llwit-hlian mountain Is over '.i00 feet high, and the" ascent In many places must be made along n narrow lodge of hruiiche laid on osts driven horizontally Into the face of the precipice. There nre no handrails, but a chain held on rock fare offers some security tu the ascending or descending pilgrim. J. C. WHITMER DENTIST X-ray Service. PROUD BUILDING Oregon, Mo. North Side of Square Both Phones PETREE BROS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW New OfngM, UfUIra No Race Suicide Here. Under tho microscope the bncterln found In peat are seen to he animals of the lowest form, which reproduce themselves by splitting Into two parrs. Under favorable conditions two bac teria Brow from rne every forty min utes. Those who' -wish to carry out tho mathematical progression will find that a single bacteria will have In creased to about 1M,000,C)00,000,000 In 24 hours, Of course many billions of them die In that lime, or they would toon overrun tho planet and crowd off every other form of life. TflE American legion , (.Copy for ThV DfimriMiu.. ruijilfrd fc) tin Amnrimn Mtun jr hervuri GOLF OUTFIT FOR PRESIDENT Mayor Bailey ef Oenvsr, Commsnder of Legion Post, One ef the First Contributors. ip...l,lnllnl inf litirntihcrimlln enough! to Inst the four-) ear term was received by rreldent llnnllng when Miss Pauline Tminho (iilrred the White Ileusc bearing gwr slicks and bag and golf halls from many parts of tho country. The sticks mid bag, rhnsen by "Chick" IJvsns. open golf chiilliplon, are the gift nf the Vnrl ll.ir.mil HVnln V lurat nf ill,- Allll-rl- can legion tn the nation's ihlef ex ecutive, Mis Trnmho visited twelve slate In flu. .-iinr.,,- nf IT,.- Irlirm-V frulll the Ciilnriiiln ill) to the nation il nip his Dubious Pfosptet "I saw Dubson dicing with fiancee last evening." "Did he look happy r" "Not exactly, tier mother and three older sisters were present lie looked to me like a youug man who was wondering It that was Just an Isolated Instance or was Ihible to become a fixed habit." Blrmlnjham AffrQer- Entrance Must Have Mads "Hit." One Sunday morning n crowd was standing on the depot platform, a short distance from our home, uniting for an excursion train. The night be fore we had hung curtains around the broad front porch, and were sleeping out there on our steel-winged cot, as It was very warm. I was sleeping; close to the edge and when my wlfo got up rather suddenly over went the cot and I rolled out onto the lawn, clad only In my nightshirt, in plain view of the waiting crowd, I didn't go with my wife to meet the returning excursion that evenJng,-Ex-change. .Two Method. "Now that you are earning a bigger salary," said the wife with social am bitions, "surely we can afford a big ger flatr But tbe husband was man of sim ple tastes. "We're, very comfortable here," he aid. "But yen like we'll ask th landlord to raise the. rent" TU-BIt. Miss Paulln Tiumbo. Itol. In every city and slnle visited the limy nr or gnvemor inutrlhiitcd mi engraved golf ball for I'resldilil Harding, The collection of golf I nil started In Denver with gnilu ix-rclm "pills" from llovernur Slump of (Vlnrinlo, Minor llnlley of liver. Hie enu mniiilcr of the l-gloii post and u Denver liewspaer. LEGION MEN BURY PATRIOT "Sarulnt" Jsmss Flanagan, Last of Custer Scouts, Laid to Rtst In North Dskota, Indian fighter, veteran nf the Civil war nnd ardent patriot, "Snrglnl Jiiinen I Inniipin. eighty-four jenr obi mid iictiinM) the last survtvlui scout nf lielieru Custer's Seven! I en vii I ry, niiiK-a ered on the l.ll'b lllg Horn, wu laid to n -t I. lie At. e'( n l.i glon In MiiiiiIiii N, I ., In one ii the most un'ipi mid Impicicdvu funeral leremoule ever witnessed In the nnrlliwest. Veterans f Hvi war uirtlcluitei In the ceremonies. A fullering bu proud trio of Clmiid Army urvlvor euriliil in ll.e head of the inrtege Hit suiue colors which the old sergeant for tears hud borne as u color guard Stalwart lining veteruus of the World war sent the funeral volley crushing over the patriot's grave, "Suiglnt" Flaiiiiguu wa n native of llreeiitielil, .Mas. In the mid tlflli he Joined the mad rush to the gold Held of California, He drifted buck 10 Ohlp nnd Joined the Hill llegliueut of Ohio Ciiviilry, serving through the Civil war. Later he enlisted In the Seventh cavalry at Tort Lincoln, Jl JiALlSW.W, .4';, .?..,.. . i .,a MitiKOi.-Jkit .,. JiVMa V.-ai.WJ!l..fA45-V. ,'1K B,s&MMn& POPULAR SIGNAL CORPS GIRL Helen Hunt Carey Carries Off Honor at Chicago With Actress as Opponent Motion picture actresses aro allur ing to Chicago members of the Amor- w lean Legion, hut when It come to a showifiiwii they vote for their ex service comnule. This was demon struted when Miss Helen Hunt Carey, a former signal corps girl, was voted the most popular girl In Chicago nt the legionnaire club show, Miss Carey's total nf votei was 46V 254, which was 8,000 more than her nearest rival, a well-known movie ac tress, got. When Miss Carey- returned from France, after serving 14 months In the A. K. V she was elected com mander of Blg-Yeo post of the Amer ican Legion,' composed of former slg VIRGINIA LEGION MAN WINS From (second LlsuUnsnt to MsJr, Was Climb Mad by Depart ment Cemmsndsr. F.nterlng the military service as second HeulenanL Hubert T. Bsrton, commander of the Virginia depart ment of the Amer ican Icglon, rose tn the rank of major during the. World war. Mr. Barton waa born In Winches ter, Va and re ceived his educa tion nt flhennn dnoli Valley Acad emy and the Uni versity of Virginia, where he took the II. H. and LI II, degrees. Ho practiced Isw from 1014 until 1010, when he went to the Mexican bolder as a second lieutenant In the Second Virginia Infantry. With the start of the World war, Mr. Barton attended the First Officers' Training enmp at Kort Myer, Va, and received ii captaincy, He served ns a captain In the :il3lh field artillery at Camp U-e, Va., until he went to France In May, lnirt. He participated tn the fit. Mlhlel and Argiitino-Mcuse, offensives mid was promoted tn n majority. LEGION MAN IS LAWMAKER Iowa Cs-6rvlce Doys Are Proud ef Their Most Youthful Member of Lcglslsture. "A ft'tiHn' llllle -livll and a captain I'd co plumb to lu ll for." Is the way hi sergeant clmr nrlerlriil Clyde It Doollttle. twin t yn I x e n r (i I d American U-gion in em Iter, the i-miii st law milk er In the lowu stale IfgMntiire, Mr lioollltle was n law stmlclit at town utilvir -II) when war wii di-i Inri-iL Hi- .iiii'iiiti'ii lim i list illlier' Tiiiluliig i mini ami went uver- -n- wllh (l.i- -tl'ml I II vision. He par- 1- I in I -,1 In six major orfeustves nnd was wiiumliil during the Champagne ii-felllve. Ili-eulerliic college linen his return. Mr Doollttle vvu ilcilnl to the li-gl-lulure while uway from his home, Wl-e In iiiiiiisi'I. mi ,-liHiiii-nt sneaker nml ii tireless worker for the Ami-rl- i im Ligliui, Mr. liiMillllle siin placed every Inwn viteiiin In his debt ntnl vv ns largely rcsimiislblo for the siicces nf the Irf-glonV li-glslnllve program. UNION MEN LEGION MEMBERS Kansas Coalfield Center of Hostility, Develops Into Flrst-Prii Mtm. bsrshlp Locality. Sriii,i (i c-iili-r ,tf liti.lllllr In Him American Legion, In the town which wnii the first prlxe, second (flumlllca lion In the Kanas membership cnti- la.Mt Im lim cu-fti-il nf (liilltrrv In III,, coallleiils nf the Hiilitlovver state. I Hiring me period or the hansaj mil MlrlLe, iiiilim luhnri-ra fnlirun. Klrmil Hie nttltude nf the Legion In regiiru in inuusinsi iiiapuivs. vvuen in,-! iitlli-i.rH i-vnlnlni-il Mm Iirtnn'i, nrlni Iplen, the miner were quick tn Legion Men Operating Otssm Shovel. enroll hi the ex-srrvtre men' organiza tion, lcglon men are nperutlug the big steiim -hovel In the photograph. Of u uumbershlp of sixty-six In Mulberry po-t, tlfly urn now union labor men, I'orty-slx are members of the Unlleil Mine Workers nf America. The posi ul-o InrliidcH six merchant", three fanners, three clerks, two doc tor nnd two school toucher, MEMORY TREES TO SOLDIERS Plan Proposed to Adorn American Highways Meets With General Ap proval Throughout Country. To plant ii tree along the great new ' American highway In honor of every United Suites soldier, sailor ami ma rl no In tho World war, Is a proposal which has met with tho hearty sui- . port of the Amvlcnn I-eglon, (I. A. IL, Dold Star Mothers and oilier patriotic organisations. A permanent marker would he placed on each tree, bear ing the nam of one veteran and his organization, with no Indication of rank, A separate Inscription would ' he placed on the trees representing , those who died. Full success of the project means that the great Lincoln highway from'- new xoric to Bin VTunciflcu nnu ina ' Dlxje; highway from Chicago to norjs" Ida will be fringed vvltb shade. trees.j. President Usrdlng baa expressed J'i approval of jthe plan and the' United Mi fRatfa forestry bureau has rpmlseoV