A traveler through Servia will often notice dolls hung up ínside the cottag Windows. His first idfia is one of surprise that the children should so choose this particular spot to stor their toys. But presently he learns that the dolls are put up as a sign to announce to wayfarers tht a marriageable daughter dwells in the bouse. Tha idea is to remind acquaintances f rom other villages who may have forgottea her existence. This custem is naturally confined to peasants, but nearly every house has a wreath of corn ears hung up on the outer wall. This wreath is brousdit back '"-om ttie harvest festival, and there is a superstition that if it be stolen, a daughter of thehouse will shortly be married. Wh3re this is particularly desired, care is taken to suspend the wreath well withia reach of possible marauders.