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THE FALLS CITY NEW3.
DKC., 19, 1014
THE RURAL PASTOR
COAST OF ENGLAND BOMBARDED
versed. The power of the pulpit is
“ I wonder now.” he would sometime#
mo«t needed In the country where
ask himself. "If 1 had pul my pride lu
the fundamental forces of human lire
my pocket and borrowed » pough on my j
orlglpata. The farm is the power-
expectations to come over first Instead
( Continued from 1st ¡rnttv )
lnt* llig*n t and Consacrataci Le ader
houee of all prograas and tha birth
of second, would things have turned j
ship the Need of the H o u r.
place of ell that Is noble. The Gar
out differently? Shd looked as if she
withdrew before the Hritiah pur-
den of Kdwu was lu the couutry and
didn’t nduil six very much Jty haviug
By Peter Radford.
could come up'with them.
detained her to talk about whale*. I
Lecturer National Farniera’ Union.
must first get close to nature. Many
wonder i f ’—
Off Hartlepool, however, just
The rural pastor has greater possi commuultloa are church-ridden
But what was the use o f wondering
anything about u woman lie would bilities than any other factor iu our frequently have three or four churches after the Dormans hud shelled
A Salt W a t e r
uatlonal life. The rural civilization in a community with a circuit rider that port, four fast destroyers
probably never see again?
Bo this Englishman who had lived o f the Twentieth Century has opened once a month preaching to small con sent to head off the invader« by
R om ance.
so long In the States that he coaid uot up a new world of activities for him gregatlona aud all fall to perform the
keep away from them re embarked for | There He before him unexplored con rallgloua functions of the community. the admiralty came upon them as
his adopted couutry In a first cabin tlnenls of usefulness, unemployed In many Instaucea. more harmonious they were withdrawing. It was
By MATTHEW WHITE. JR.
deck room and tried to ho happy lu forces of civilization and tremendoua effort might result In a more efficient said the <!< ■ rites had tired ubout
C op yrig h t by p ra n k A. M unary Co.
The division of religious
spite o f a handicap that he couldn't responsibilities such as have never service.
. . . .. .
forces and breaking Into fragments of 50 shells when attacked.
before confronted the pastorate.
Duriug the first night out It came on j The need of the rural communities moral effort are oftttmea little less
Details were lacking, owing to
The dressing bugle had sounded some to blow great guns. Roberts lay in today Is intelligent and consecrated than a calamity and defeat the pur
censor; h p. The rejsirt of the
time since, but Dorothy still stood his berth late, debating whether to get leadership. There must be a marshal poses they seek to promote.
looking out over the sen. She was up or n ot when suddenly something ing of forces that build life, strung.li
A pastor In a neighborhood, study engagement reached here from
thinking how unfortunate it was that shot through his opeu port anil hit en character and broaden vision. The ing (he economic, social, moral and Newcastle.
pastor should deal with living prob educational problems of the commu
dinner on shipboard always robbed her him squarely iu the face.
A number of HurtleitooTa inhab
It was soft and red. with gold j lems. lu addition to the service he nity, presenting fresh visions of poten
o f a view of the sunset. She was a
itants were killed and wounded
good sailor and consequently had no
"Great Scott!" ejaculated Roberts ' the market basket, hold out a help with beauty and new meaulng, inter by the bombardment, the gas
excuse for taking her meals on deck. I
starting up iu his berth "Her tarn!” i ing hand to the farmer and develop preting the thought-life of the com
works were set on fire and the
“ Still. It this were the only thing 1
Surely there could not be two of the potential energies of the commu munity aud administering to their
had to worry over,” she reflected. "I them—at least, he hoped there couldn't I nity he seeks to serve.
daily ueeds, will contribute more to water works were damaged.
might indeed be a happy woman."
ward the advancement of a locality
ltut how bad it come into his cabin?
A M ora Useful M in istry.
than a dozen preachers who occupy
And this was why Dorothy Shaw ■ It could uot be possible that she j
The farmer ueeds the personal the pulpits at irregular intervals,
Or*. K>re U o liil A m o c ì ' i r M c IIR in
was a mystery to all her friends. She knew he was there and had taken Ibis
touch o f the pastor.
He seldom preaching uu subjects foreign to the
i ueans o f apprising him o f her pres
vili*. K. K H ubbard, local agent.
refused to be happy, though rich.
conies lu direct contact with bis hal
"Try it yourselves.” she would re-1 cnee? Why. she had scarcely spoken lowing Influence, except when he is life of the community.
Church prejudice is a vice that
See our v it id . my di-play, Kllis
ply to their expressions o f incredulity. ! half a doieu welds to him iu her life
baptized, married and burled.
We ■aps much of the spiritual life of a
But the cap w as hers unmistakably.
"Have so much inouey left you that
C on fection ery.
community, and wasteful sectarian
He fondled it foolishly for a uiiu 1
your every luovemeut is followed by
fluence in the homes, as well as to
reporters, if you happen to order a < ute or two aud then got up and pro- spread the gospel in China; to In ism is a religious crime against so
Fur Rem- Dwelling houre. Ap
different paper on Friday from the one ieeiled to dress with all speed, or at struct our children in the art of liv ciety.
you bought on Thursday you are cer least with as much speed as was con ing. ae well as to convert the barba ahould take its place. Non-support ply at News uttice.
of church institutions and religioua
tain that you will read in all of them sisteut with the rolling o f the vessel.
rian and the Hottentot, aud we should lethargy can often be traced to caueea
I.ist y< nr (arm laud will) I). L.
All day he haunted the ladies’ room
on Saturday that you have decided
devote our energy and talent to the
There W ood at tin* News ullice.
to give a million to the campaign and the decks, almost deserted on ac solution of problems of our own' lo inherent with the church.
count o f the storm, aud had begun to
cality. rather thau consume our en
She felt that she could trust no one. read the cards aflixed beside each orgies iu fighting vice and Ignorance churches and co-ordination of moral
By sorry experience she had learned stateroom door w hen he suddenly re- j beyond our borders It I b as impor 1 effort along economic lines, and there
O V E R e s YEARS*
X P E R IE N C E
that wealth was a bait few could re membered the foolishness of this plan tant that we discuss from the pulpit, must be if me rural churches of this
sist. and "How much does he or she to find a woman whose uame he did the building of macadam highways ' state are going to tender a service
| which this ago demands.
want now?” was her first thought on not know.
from the church to our homes, as
“ This is simply maddening," he told
the advances of every new friend she
that we preach of the golden streets
himself after a day of tine weather
of the New Jerusalem. It is as much
Finally in desperation she had taken
a part of tbe duty of the pastor to
passage In a slow ship under an as “ At this rate she will escape me again.” exhort us to own a home while on
I HAUL IYÏ Allfi »
Then he bethought him of a brilliant
sumed name, but even so was beset
earth as to iusplre us to build a man
by tile constant fear that some one expedient.
Anyone ,**1511,* n *k*t< h ana S m o i Inlloa mar
He took a pen aud wrote the follow- j
<*»»r opinion fr«« w Lothar an
on board would have seen her picture
construct Christian character in our
in to n i V m Iff |>rt*hnblf r ? » * ' V m m u i : W i v
In the papers when her uncle left her iug notice:
(ton*strictly con fidai 11 t«l HANDBOOK oa Pattuì«
own community, rather than that we
«oui fro«. UM m I Hiiffiiry fot «•<•< uhm * pai «ni 4 .
Found. — A lad y 's red tarn, shot with
the fortune which was her nightmare.
! ’ turn f i f jgta un t h r o u g h Mu n ii à Cu. r u c e l v «
gold. O w ner m ay h ave sam e by -applying
tjM. lai n 4 Uf, without charmi. In Ih«
That was an sjjlditional reason why at cabin 23 between bugles any evening.
want a religion we can farm by as
Agriculture, including Agronomy.
she llted to linger on deck after m&Y#
Animal Husbandry, Dairying. Horti
This he aflixed to the bulletin board well as die by.
of her fellow passengers had got» ts the compunlouwuy and that night
culture, Poultry Husbandry, Insects.
A ftMirtMMMlf lllm t n ft d wf»«klr. l.arvMt cir
Christian Influence Needed.
c u latio n o f nny miantiu** Inurual. Term « , f t ■
down to army themselves Cor dinnar.
Plant and Animal Diseases, Cream
dressed a half hour before the first
1 e a r ; fo u r m on th s, | L Hold l»y all n i w i d M i m
ery Management, Marketing, etc.
bugle sounded so as to be in readiness
M U N N & C o .S6,B~ « * " ’ N ew York
Home Economic*. Including C ook
Tlie exclamation was forced froat •y receive company during the iieriod cf rural communities and we want
Brauch OAco, tfä K Bt_ Waafainutun, D. v.
ing. Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew
heir by a sudden gust o f wind that too« ■oraod.
ing. Dressmaking and Millinery.
fa cia l fiber, educational pastimes,
her tain on its wings and blew It
Commerce, including Business Man
But uubody appeared that evening profitable pleasures and instructive
straight across the gap o f lower after-
agement, Kural Economics. Business
nor the next, and now there were only i.musements. Too often we find the
deck that intervened on the Alicia be
Law, Office Training. Farm Account
tween the first and second cabins.
ior a suggestion in immorality and
Shopwork and Roadbuilding.
The next instant she smiled and bare
ly refrained from applauding. A man patient waiting iu the stuffy state a stepping-store to sin. The pastor FA R M E R S M E E K — F E B R U A R Y 1 6
A general clearing house session of
star ling well forward on the deck had room on the third day o f the notice, s hould supervise the growing lives of
six days for the exchange of dynamic
streti hed out iris hand and caught the and. quite discouraged, threw open his young people, approve their amuse
ideas on the most pressing problems
truant bit o f ted worsted as it went door to go to dinner, when he stepped ments, create expressions of joy and
Ol llie Bent Brand
of the times.
Lectures by leading
squarely Into the person w-ho had pleasure that makes for Christian
whizzing by him
authorities. State conferenies.
A half miuitte later and the two were
standing bn the neutral territory o f the Jn the narrow entryway.
Offers lectures, movable schools, In
The farm is the nursery of civili
dick below, for Dorothy had descend
stitutes and numerous correspondent*
ed in order to meet him halfway In re and then he fairly gasped as he real zation, and the parsonage of all re
courses on request.
storing her proi>erty.
MUSIC: Piano. String, Band, Voke
lady o f the tam.
the farm furnished the cities with
"I'm very much obliged," said she.
No tuition. Reduced n 'e s on a'l mil
their gi =at preachers, until today the
“ Not at all.” said the man.
roads For further inf im i ¡onaddress,
He was tall and straight and had the blurted out—“ that red tam you lost rural chur, h is the gangway to city
The Oregon Agricultural College.
pulpits. The current should be re iiw 12-i-to t it
clear blue eyes that Dorothy preferred once before."
c o : : w 1.15. • r p t v
above all others.
She was about to turn back when the the hue of the cap that bung over
“ Oh." she said, "was it your port I
“ Look: there’s n whale! He’s just
spouted. He’ll cotne up again in a min (King it Into? I didn’t know. It start
ute. if you care to watch. See, where ed to blow away again that first morn
ing. and I thought I was tossing it
my finger points.”
Dorothy certainly did care to watch. into my own cabin.”
In all her crossings she had never seen
“ And you've been Just across that
a whule. Now she was rewarded with five foot space.” Roberts rejoined,
There has never been a war of such tremendoua importance and magnitude as the pres-
a fine view o f a large specimen.
‘while I’ ve been ransacking the ship
ent conflict People today are doing little else than talking war, thinking war and reading
As it happened, this one kept on in for you—to restore the tam,” he has
the direction of tile steamer for »while, tened to add. “ Didn't you see the no
war news. To follow events intelligently, they must have an atlas, containing good clear ac
and after each upout she felt she must tice on the bulletin board?”
maps of all countries. Knowing this, T he F alls C ity N ews has arranged to allow
wait and see the next one. And then
“ No. This is the first I’ve been out
its readers to avail themselves o f the opportunity to secure “ Europe at War,” a sixteen page
her ounpanioniseemed to know a good since the storm. It left me with a
deal :rJyout the creatures, which he Im nasty reminder of the shaking we all
bound Atlas of Europe. Page size 11x16 inches, containing nine big colored war maps show-
parted In a vefice which possessed for received. I'm so glad to be on deck
ing every part o f the war situation. Individual maps of each country interested in the gigan
Dorotfy an indefinable charm.
again! Did you have a pleasant trip
tic struggle on which the mind of the world is now entered. It is printed on heavy calender-
Voice* were a sort o f bdbby with tier on the other side?”
Bhe often declared that this was the
“Jolly fine,” answered Roberts.
ed paper and illustrated with fine half tones showing Crowned Heads o f Europe, most power
one point *>n which she *was not the*
But he wasn't thinking o f the other
ful battleships and cruisers, army and navy maneuvers, torpedo boats, airships, etc. It has
ougbly -patriotic—«h e could not bring side at all when he said it, but of the
herself to admire.the aveoage American woman he had lost and found again.
colored paper showing spherical map o f the world and bordered by flags oi the nations, Al
Unconsciously they had walked to
together it is the handsomest and'most attractive volume o f this kind ever offered.
But this stranger’s voice puzzled her. that part of the deck where Dorothy
He looked and dressed lilap tme <ft her had been standing when the tam blew
"Europe at War" is so much better than anything else offered that there is simply no
countrymen, but l»e spoke witJi neither off on the voyage over.
and you might as well have the best as long as it costs practically nothing.
the western bur. the southern twang,
“ I suppose 1 must pin the cap lu
Remember that even wall maps simply showing the war areas of Europe are selling
the Boston affeijtation nor the New tightly this time.” she remarked. “ You
from 50c to $1.50 apiece, and here is an atlas with a large map o f each individual country in
won’t be there to catch it If it flies off
She did not know until some «weeks again." And she glanced over at the
to the double page map of Europe and a double page map o f the world, all o f which
later that he was Euglisb bo rtf. but
you can secure by taking advantage of T he F alls C ity N ews liberal offer.
hud come t the State- an a truing
He looked up at tbe one she was
fellow hoping for better opiiortunltles
People in the large cities are standing in line to get a War Atlas, This is the case
to make a living than his mother coun
“ That’s a very pretty tam.’’ he ob
war maps or atlases are offered. The war has just commenced, Every man and
try afforded him. He was returning
“ I trust it Is
woman in America will watch the daily moves of the armies. Experts say the war will last
to England to claim a sum o f money
skewered in tightly.”
left him by an uncle.
for at least two years, perhaps longer.
AVhether she read his inner mean
The dinner bugle sounfled, and the
man. as if reminded by Its notes that
he belonged in a different atmosphere gested that it was nigh time they both
(the second cabin is called to meals by went down to dinner. The next night
a* plebeian belli, lifted bis cap and was the dance, and after the final two-
step she reminded him that in the
Offer No. 1— By special arrangements for a limited time T he F alls C ity N ews is en
For the remainder o f the voyage morning there would be the bustle of
abled to offer this valuable War Atlas, including a one year’ s subscription to ORCHARD AND
Shot wood Roberts hung over the back landing
FARM (the leading Western farm paper), for 50c. Call or mail your order to-day to T he
‘'And 1 haven’t relieved you o f that
rail to gaze into the swirl of water*
F alls C ity N ews and receive the Atlas by return mail.
surging out from the twfti screws and tam yet," she added.
"I shall miss it very much.” he re
curse the fate that haul led to bis meet
ing this pretty woman on the present tilled. “ And you won’t need it now
Offer No. 2 TWO PAPERS AND
trip instead of on the one he expected the voyage is over.”
“ Yes,” she said softly, her eyes fix
THE WAR ATLAS FOR ONLY
to take a few weeks iatdr.
•‘I might as \vw*lI be a thousand miles ed on Nantucket light, toward which
THE FALLS CITY NEWS, Falls City, Oregon:
$1.25. For a limited time we are
away from her us in second cabin," he they were swiftly cutting their way.
muttered lietween ciliichefl teeth “ Tdlot "I suppose It has served its purp<* \
Dear Sirs: Enclosed find $ .............. . for which
offering a one year’ s subscription
that I was for coming this way. And but I don’t want to lose it ngain.”
to T he F alls C ity N ews , includ
Ilolierts knew she wasn’t thinking o f
send me offer No. .........................................................
to think that within ten days I could
ing a one year’ s subscription to
lay a fortune at her feet. And the con all the words implied, but be was
ventions won’t ei en permit that I send quick enough to seize at the opening,
ORCHARD AND FARM, and the
her a note to say that this is positive and—well, before they faced the cus
big War Atlas and T he F alls
ly uiy last appearance in poverty But
to take the tam.
IHTlmps I’ll meet her in Rondo* ”
C ity N ews , for $1.25.
But he always forgets to carry it
lie never (?! ’ . !: ..c c.o. Xkcsigb he
I Minted Hyde park and the .Hal>ion with him when he call*, and when
before it is withdrawn.
aide hotels after Ids claim to his an Dorothy one evening said “ Yes" to a
A d d ress.................................................................... ’......
d e ’s property hail- been established certain question he asked her she add
and he had come Into the possession of ed. “ This is a desperate step to take
that which enabled him to drew three to regain possession of a little old red
times a day.
« . t-t » » » » » »<» M h FM 4
KdRIGUHURAL M i l
Home Made Candies
S O F T D R I N L S O F ALL
K IN D S .
Peanut and Popcorn
Stand in Connection.
EUROPE AT WAR
p r o fe s io n a l C a rte
PHY S IC IA N
W. B. Officer, M. D.
P h ys icia n an# S s r , o s
Office „v e i Thooil>*"n‘s drug store M a
lu si y tt'ii** zvt n » M Night Osti «41
F. M. H ELLW A R T H
PH Y SICIAN A N D BURGEON
O f fic e o n e d o o r e « » l o f P . O .
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lletld eiiee P h o n «
tre g n ti
JAS. a . M ELTZCL,
A ttorn ey e t Lew
P rsrtlr* In s ll lb * D i l i court*
Hulls It Bush Breym an B id ,
phone M i
S a le m . O regon
B u e tn c M C a rte
H O TEL
S o m a lo Room s
Boot A oo om m od otlon a
P. Oroooo, Proprietor
Pallet ity ’s Baet Hotel
w . . . . . . . . Mrs Mas Mrhi.le
H A R t-K K
Bohle’s Barber Shops
Pelle C ity, O regon
Where you tzn |ti s Shire, lair Cel, Balk
G. L. HAWKIN.*»
M ARBLE AND GRANITE
M ONUM ENTS
D a lla s , O reeon
rU N K R A L DIRECTOR
R. L CHAPMAN
W o a I la ad to all er orb prom ptly
Dalla* aad Falle CM*. O .
© re g o n
C. W . M a tth e w s , P ro prietor
SECURE A WAR AT1AS TO-DAY.
Notice to News Subscribers
A b lu a -p a n o ll arose m orb on th is
notleo m oons th a t y o u r auboorlp-
tlon to T h e N e w s has oaplroe an*
needs fixing Do It n o w .
R E A L E STA TE
F. K. Hubbard Realty Company
Real E state bought, «old, and ezeb an ged.
C ollection s, Insnranea, Abstracts.
N otarial w ork; Lags! Documents Prepared.
office. In tb s P alls C ity Nsws office.