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THE TALLÌ CITY NEWS. JtTLY X 101»
LEAVES HOUSE TO HER PETS. EPITAPH ON STEPPING STONE
Dead W om an's Doga and C ata Occupy
Homo T h a t W a i Hara.
Ell**h«th. N. J.-O c c u p y in g a house
In Ash wood avenue, a com pany of d»ga
an d cats. w h lc h ’ w er* th e pets of the
la te Mrs. M ary U ouialne W right, will
tie allow ed to enjoy u n d istu rb ed th eir
p resen t abode until they ro lu u ta rtly
seek a n o th e r home. Such request 1»
co n tain ed In th e will of M rs W right.
Mrs. W rig h t's d au g h ter. Mrs 1'reder-
Ick C. K elley. Is nam ed to see th a t th e
stra n g e req u est Is carried out.
In acco rd an ce w ith th e dead wom
a n 's d esires h er la te hom e la kept h e a t
ed and th e an im als fed regularly. Mrs.
K elley said she hoped th e anim als
w ould becom e sufficiently a tta c h e d to
her to m ake th e ir abode a t her bouse,
w hich Is only a sh o rt d istan ce from the
W rig h t hom estead. Mrs. W right w as
well k n o w n in th is vicinity a s a friend
of dum b anim als. W ith h er husband,
th e la te S eam an L. W right, she lived
for m ore th a n forty y e a rs In th e old
T h e D aily
Found on Slob J u s t Turnod Over A fter
F ifty Years.
Colum bia. C onn.—N eeding a fiat stone
for rep airs th a t he wns m aking. Kd
w ard P hillips pried up one w hich for
o v er fifty y ears had been used as n
step p in g sto n e n e a r th e farm house
t*:ck door. To his su rp rise he saw on
th e rev erse side. In fairly plain letters,
In memorj of Kmlly. d a u g h te r of Mr.
J o s e p h and »Ire Eunice 8mlth. who died
April 15, tsu. aged sis months and flftaen
Shop Is H onsst, but T hinks E vsrything
Belongs to H is M aster.
M uncte. In d .—E d w a rd G o ttlieb o f
M o n d e h as a shep h erd dog w hich for
Intelligence he believes can n ot be su r
passed. I t is not unusual for th e a n
im al to bring hom e th in g s th a t he
finds In th e stre e ts, b u t th e o th er day
It su rp assed all Its previous endeavors
by com ing hom e w ith a brand new $1
bill in Its mouth. It Is said th e dog
picked up th e money In South W alnut
stre e t. In th e c e n te r of th e business
d is tric t Mr. G o ttlieb Is now en d eav o r
ing to find th e person th a t lost th e
“Sbep does not m ean to be d is
honest." said his ow ner, "b u t be thinks
th a t ev e ry th in g of v a lu e he sees
should belong to m e.”
and Buy O rohard Land
S tatesm an
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Ending July 15, 1916
Rest. thou, sweet slumberer. In the peace
ful (ra v a ;
Short was thy Ufa; forgotton ooon
Except the few who. drowned in sorrow-»
With painful pleasure still remember
Nobody know s w here th e sto n e had
been used o r w here It cam e from . Mr.
P h illip s- fa th e r bought th e house over
fifty y e a rs ago and th e sto n e w as a t
the back door th en for a step p in g
stone. It Is five feet long an d nearly
tw o feet wide.
DOG FINDS $1; TAKES IT HOME
State of Ohio, c ity of Toledo, e,
L ucas C ounty.
F ra n k J Cheney m ak es oath th-it he Is
eenlor p a rtn e r of the firm of L J Cheney
A Co., doing business In the City of To
ledo, C ounty and S ta te aforesaid, and
th a t said firm will pay th e sum of ONE
H U N D R E D DOLLARS for each and ev
ery case of C a ta rrh th a t cannot b > cured
by the use of H A L L ’S CATARRH CURE
F R A N K J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before m e and subscribed In
m y presence, th is 6th day of December,
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Bargain Agenti of the Daily Statesman, Salem, Ora.
LAST SHOT OF CIVIL WAR. |
» BAD TEMPER CAUSE APPENDICITIS
in* wholesale surgical operations
for intestinal disorders.
“There are more unnecessary
Abdominal Specialist Says It Causea
operations und fewer necessary
! ones performed on the appendix
thun any other organ of the body,”
! he declared.
1 San Francisco, July 1. —As a
man thinks so is his apendix.
So says Dr. S. J. Winter of Bos SENECA HAS TABERNACLE.
ton, wellknown specialist on ab M»n Built It In — a Single Day—Saata
dominal surgery, who is attending
A com m unity lalw rua
the convention of the American
cl» w as bull! here lu one day
Medical association here.
o'clock th e buatueaa mid prufeaalnnal
If you are fretful, hateful, mo men of the tow n g ath ered w ith ham
rose. peevish or peppery, your uiers, aawa. plane* aud mill* and w ent
work. By tl o'clock the Im mcuae
appendix will suffer and you have to
building wa* com pleted.
to have an operation.
T he tab ern acle haa a »eating capacl
According to Dr. Winter, mark ty of 1.000 people and will be used d u r
the sum m er for th e Sunday night
ed intestional enlargement and an ing
m ectluga and fur a com m unity cen ter
\ abnormal number of appendicitis for social affair*.
cases are noted in insane patients, T he band boy* co o perated In Its erec
tlon and will u*e It for tb elr weekly
proving that there is some connec concert«.
T he ladle* of th e city pre
tion between a diseased mind and pared and served d in n e r a t noon to
K xtrt copies of T he, News a r e appendicitis.
Severn I hundred people.
T he Hev. C harles A. R ichard 1» the
printed each week, and vfill be sent
Dr. Winter scored the appendi com
m unity p asto r an d one of th e prim e
to ativ address desired, postpaid, citis “fad” and the carelessness sp irits In th e erection of tbia ta b e rn a
for 5 cents per copy.
of unskilled physicians in attempt- cle.
W oman Asked Polios to So# if Old Gun
W a t Loaded— It W as.
New Y ork.—T he “last sh o t o f the
civil w a r" w as fired recently In a
It cam e from a gun w hich
had been b an g in g for y e a rs on a wall
lu th e hom e o f th e late W illard H .
Hodgson. T h e m u sk et had been car-
rled In th e w a r of th e rebellion by
Mr. H odgson's fath er.
Mr. H odgson s sis te r w as prep arin g
to move to a n o th e r house, b u t w as
a fra id to ta k e dow n th e old m u s k e t
She called in L ieu te n a n t H en ry B row n
of th e F latb u sh police sta tio n an d
tu rn e d th e gun ovek to him. H e took
it arouud to th e sta tio n house and
show ed it to
A tte n d a n t
P a tric k
OLougUHn o f th e ; l-'latbusb c o u r t
w hich is in th e sa tu ^ building.
S tan d in g in th e corcjdor O 'L oughlln
pointed th e gun a t th e \fioor an d pull
ed th e trigger. T he ol$ w a r m usket
w a s h e a v ily loaded, aud th ere w as a
report w h ich s ta rtle d th e police re-
se rv e s a n d th e people In th e c o u rt
Do It n o w .
There sre many little things to
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noise and strain all tell on us and
tend to provoke nervousness and
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nor work with any comfort. We
are out of line with ourselves and
others as well.
A good thing to do under such
circumstances is to take something
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POLK COUNTY CHAUTAUQUA
MRS. HARRIETTE GUNN ROBERSON
EARL C. MILLER
Dallas, Oregon, July 4-10
PROGRAM BEGINS PROMPTLY
9 00 A.M.
2 30 P. M.
7 30 P M.
10 00 A. M.
3 00 P. M.
S IS P. M.
Morning Admission 25c, Children 15c
Evening -Opening Exercises and Superintendent’s
Lecture, “ Economic Causes of the War’’
..................Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis
Morning Junior Chautauqua
“The Freeing of the Folded Wing’’
Mrs. Harriette Gunn Roberson
Afternoon—Magical Entertainments The Floyds of
Mr. Floyd and
2. Mind Reading
3. Music Interludes
4. Closing Scene, The Trunk Mystery
................................. Entire Company
The Schuman Quintet
Evening —Grand Concert.................................
The Famous Schumann String Quintet
( 1 7.-<MNMSBt> ' -V K » ...»
Evening— Popular Concert
of Toronto, Canada
Famous Production. “The Story Beau
Father Patrick J. Mac Corry
An Evening of Art, Music, Oratory
“ Darling Day”
Morning Lecture, Conjugation of the
Verb “To Live” .....Mrs. Harriette Gunn
Afternoon—Prelude.......................... Saxony Singers
Lecture, “American Ideals”
................................. Mrs. A. C. Zehner
Evening—Popular Concert...............Saxony Singers
Lecture, “Our Town” ........ Nels Darling
Morning Junior Chautauqua
Morning Lecture “ Without Sound of
Mrs. Harriette Gunn Ro
Afternoon—Grand Concert Ciricillo’s Italian Band
E ven in g- ” 11 Trovatore,” in four acts
II Trovatore Grand Opera Company
Grand Concert Ciricillo’s Italian Band
Morning— Junior Chautauqua
Morning Lecture, “The Secret of Suc
Mrs. Harriette Gunn Roberson
Afternoon—Artist’s Recital Ruthven MacDonald
“The Lucky Number” ..........................
................................ F. Eugene Baker
Morning Junior Chautauqua
Lecture, “The Alphabet of the Angels”
.......... Mrs. Harriette Gunn Roberson
Lecture, “India, ” showing curios and
perhaps in native dreisS Mrs. Roberson
Evening— Concert.............. .............. Gullotta Trio
Popular Lecture, “The Man Worth
While” ......................Roland A. Nichols
Morning— Junior Chautauqua
“The Melodies of Life” Mrs. Roberson
....................... Swiss Yodlers
Popular Lecture, “ If I Had Life to
Live Over Col. Geo. W. Bain of Ken
Evening— Grand Closing Concert
Swiss Alpine Yodlers from the Ziller-
thal and Evelyn Bargelt, Carntoonist
(A BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM .)