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Rot the l o s t in the World,
TH E B EST
In Hoik County
FALLS 2ITY NEWS
L a u g h e W ith Y o u ;
W e e p , a n d Y o u W o o p A lo n e
IM I-: < JTY OKIiGON, SATURDAY. DKCEMBKR lh, 1ÖL5
RATS COSTLY TO $ T A T L
Told by Exchanges, Reporters and Gleaner! From
Other Reliable Sources.
| o f ruilroud track and I am gritv-
1 ously hungry,” he told Sergeant
George S. Fynmorc, lot al r< i liter
“ Avaunt caitiff,” Kynmore re-
easily drifting into blankest
Deadly Package Intended (or South
I verse. “ The United State.. Ma
ern Pacific Train Found in Time.
rine Corjik ri no plan for thee.
We would it have Meek rounded
Oakland, Cal , Dec. 11. A
men thut sleep o’ nights and work
packatr<* containing nix »ticks of
by dav. Thou appearest to me as
dynamite, equipped with caps
a glorified stringhean. or yet, a
and fuse», waa found today l>y
disappointed clothes | mi | c weighing
an Italian fish» t man under a
j ninety pounds for thy six feet of
bridge over Albatnbra creek, a
j length. Also thou art Rum's rov
short distunce west fri>m Mar
I ing rambler and I um aweary o f
tinez. which carries the main line
your presence. ^Hit ui>on thee.
tracks o f the Southern Pacific
Get thee gone.”
Over this bridge pass
The would-be recruit with the
trains carrying the output o f the
i»oetic “ monacker” refused to
Hercules Powder company aiyl
leave the recruiting station, insist
o f the Standard Oil company to
ing that he desired to serve hri
country and lie fed, hut. when the
alternative o f serving Monroe
SWIFT BUYS A COUNT
(bunty for thirty days was brought
Chicago, III, Dec. 14. Miss Ida to his attention, he concluded “ dis
May Swift, daughter of Louis F. cretion the better part o f valor.”
Swift, the packer, is to he married and went away.
next month to Count James Min-
otto, a Venetian nobleman who is
THE HURAL CHURCH
engaged in banking in New York.
Is the rural charch passing?
The young couple were engaged Are the days o f good, old fashion-
two weeks ago, hut announce c*d rt liRnm a thing u f the past? So
ment was not made until hxlav by
it would seem from a reading o f
Mr. Swift. Miss Swift first met the IBportof i i e3idrlit Kenyon L.
the count two vears ago at a wxi Butterfield o f the M assachusetts
ety event in New York.
Agricultural college to the Com
tfc IVicikt* ou «ÎI»*-
o Tight Put.
!> inaylvnniH aver 95.-
Mt.OOO a year, over halt of which Is
hait by fsimeis and fruit gruwera. ac-
cording l<> Stale Zoologist it A. Kur-
Vic e, who bus launched a campaign of
education to get rid of the pests with
Hie approval of Secretary of Agricul
ture < hailex E. Patton. Dr. Surface
snya there are fifteen ways of getting
rid of (he rodents him ! reports the "city
folks" as much interested as ¿he farm
Among the way« lie suggests are eu
c<".lraging suakes. owls, huwks am)
woMsots, where they do not do too
mm h damage In other dire; lions, train
' lit« to lie barn pets Instead of bouse
peti use |K.ln as. keep rat terriers uud
Anally foim rut killing clubs.
Btin.it Plats of Revolutionary Soldier
Kiuiiklln. lud. In u secluded spot
In the Glen Park cemetery, four miles
east of < in-i n « in d, lies the Ixxly Of
•li i a Parr. who. ns far us kuotvn, Is
• '¡I- only Revolutionary solder burled
in Join.«on county.
A w bile stone
slab, alni'ot covered with weeds aud
underbrush, « a s photographed by via
it-in at the cemetery, uud the hend-
,-t ne re tea led the following line rip
Affari 1*2 y M f A , 2 m o n t h a 23 d a y i.
\ e ir a in thè nrm y o f thè
i waa in th « b a tti«* of
Muti moti th, Brandywine, eie.
Mr. Pan- was a relative of tho Parrà
et J'-dinFon cuunty uud Newcastle. Ind.
ENHAGED BUCK FIGHTS.
s ix Men Throw Animal After a Long
FiQht— Aged Keeper Hurt.
• 'blppewu Kail», Wla.—Felix I.agard.
evenly, one of the animal tenders at
he Z"'i In Irvine park, whs strloitBly
, nig buck deer which at-
¡| V ' i ',,1 p' ureP* r *'* ° *** *ntert><1 ****
Mr. Lagard batUcd for nearly an
hour before help came The rescuers,
l.ll NaF' U smd Anslrov Paquette, had
no « 1 1 0 1 1 and they grappled with the
enrn i-«l animat. After it twenty min
ute l uttle thiee other wen leached the
* r Inelwiure, wealed the fence, and the
dve men succeeded in throwing the
deer and tying its feet to Its horns.
In trying to free Itself the nutuiul
lirei.e its neck and died
1 agurd was
taken to the hospital.
ly It made it dash out of the Vile lien
door and over the felice In about five
nilrnitex It returned with n newspaper
In Ita mouth.
Neil In Cow'e Heart.
Martins Kerry. O - A valuable GiM-.rn
*ey eow owned by N f*. Donner. after
an Illness of two years. Is dead. An
autopsy showed that a nail caused
death. The point of the null was pro
truding through the central tap e of
the heart, and the tissue around about
It showed little Irritation
N o . 16.
CO-ED’S HUBBY WAS
tf8 Followed Every Rule Laid
Down by Her.
DECATUR (GA.) WOMAN
W ILL FIN D O U R S T O R E
R E A S O R A B L Y S U P P LIE D W ITH
Eva list un, III. .Mrs. Howard Osborn,
college bride of Northwestern univer
sity, always said If «he married at
ill she'd marry a model man. Hav
ing no* respect for what modern civ
ilization Is producing In the way of
manly perfection, «ho proceeded to
model a man after her ow n liking
Result: She's now the bride of a
handsome young collegian, first tn ath-
letlca. first In scholarship, first in the
hearts of his fellow students at North
The college bride's plan has Mrs. K
II. Harrlmnn’s million dollar scheme
for perfecting the human race beaten
by a «hole generation. Mrs. Hand
: man’s perfect man will not arrive until
L'SO; Mrs. Osborn's Is a 1915 model,
lud he owes hi* model character not
to science, but to romance.
When Osborn came from Coldwater,
'li- h.. to Northwestern university to
‘‘work bis way through college" the
first co ed he became Interested In was
Mildred I.amke. Mildred didn't knit
him a rose colored tie. noc did she
embroider college pennants for him.
but she did take a great Interest in bis
diet. In bLs manner of living and bis
plan of study.
The very first present she gave him —
three days after their first meeting—
wss this set of rules:
Rise at 0 in the morning.
Cold shower bath and exercise every
Breakfast ou dry toast aud coffee.
Pay close attention to co-eds.
No smoking, no drinking, no loafing
Sleep eight hours out of twenty-four
Prnctbe dally In athletic field.
Howard followed every rule faith
fully for four years. When he was
graduated last June he had a gold
medal for athletics, a gold medal for
scholarship, several medals for minor
achievements—and the most popular
girl In collt ge for his promised bride.
Succeeded Her Husband In
cut and fitted to the shelves.
CHRISTMAS TIM E
"MADE TO ORDER"
PLAN YOUR SHOPPING NOW,
AND PLAN TO DO IT AT
mission on Church and Country
Ufe. Butterfield declares that
A teachers institute was held ♦ he rural church must become a
at Independence Saturday. Dec. community institution and through
its preacher and lay members
11, with a good attendance.
A splendid musical program w;is promote the courses of good roads,
presented by the people o f Inde better farming, agricultural col
lege extension courses, temper
The following program was ance, public health, community
beautification and planning, pro
Prof. H. C. Ustine o f the Oregon motion o f co-operation among
Normal School gave an excellent farmers for buying, selling and
Kept a Minute Record.
address on the subject o f “ Wasted recreation centers. Such radical
Minneapolis, Minn. — When Elmer
Time in Arithmetic” . This ad change from a house where God
Norton w h s arrested for begging a
dress contained many points which is supposed to be worshipped to
charge of vagrancy was pluccd against
one where purely secular matters
him by Detective T. J. Kelly. The
the teachers need
detective searched the one legged man
Miss Ina B. Graham, Primary are discussed is bound to cause a
and found a little book bound In red
’ Supervisor of the Falls City School widespread opposition among the
Sawtunah. Gn.—By efficiency which leather In Norton's pocket, which
gave an address on the subject o f religious. Many students o f re neither Republican n.'r democratic ad «bowed that he not only kept a minute
"P lay Gaines for Primary Teach ligion claim that the decline of the ministrations ' u donlt. Mrs. Kate W. re*. - rd of every mile traveled, every
cent spent for transportation and ev
ers” , which was very interesting country church began when pul Kirkpatrick, postmlstrtss at Decatur, ery person who donated to him. but
has held office longer than any other 1
and helpful to the primary teach pits were thrown oiien to imlitie- postnftlco head III the country. When | that he also kept other records the
ians— when the local minister at- - lie «n s vcentlj reappointed on Con meaning of w hich the police can only
hazard a guess.
Miss Katherine Arbuthnot, Cri teinoted to dictate political elec gressman William Schley Howard's
recommendation she had held office for
tic Teacher of the Oregon Normal tions when the church became a twenty one years.
GRANDPA OF WOLVES.
Through all that time she has seen
School gave a class exercise on political forum. There is a sound
Men go to
dramatization in .‘»th grade work, basis for this claim
Caught by a W i s c o n s i n S h e r i f f at Twin
about get li-»dally mall without trou
Lakes Weighed 119 Pounds.
church to he told o f God and spir bio or delay and has kept the needs of
which was well received by all.
Wia.—The largest tim
Mr. Frank K. Welles, Ass’t itual matters. They want to pray*, her community so persistently before ber wolf ever seen In the county was m
State Superintendent, handled the to put their house in order, to the postoffice drpaitment that Decatur trapped by Deputy Sheriff Andrew- An m
never falls to get Its share of new car
subject o f “ School Management" hesitate in the mad rush for the riers and equipment, although, of derson near Twin Lakes.
necessities and luxuries o f life to course, it needs liny number of things,
in his pleasing way.
body to Gagcn, where he had It on
The teachers o f the county or think o f the future life. When .as all postofflees do.
display for several days. Mr. Ander
Mrs. Kirkpatrick's husband was ap
ganized a high school department this is denied them, and, in its pointed postmaster at Decatur by Gro son. who has trapped for forty years
place, a minister delivers a ?>o!iti- ver Cleveland, but be died soon after and has captured more wild animals
with E. L. Keezel as president.
than almost any man in the state, de
The following teachers from cal ta'k, urging them to vote for taking office Mrs. Kirkpatrick was clares that he has never before seen a m
this candidate or for that cause in then commissioned to succeed biin. wolf anywhere near as large.
Falls Q ty were present;
since which time «tie lias continued to
Mr. E. M. Haley, Miss Evelyn the name o f religion, the religious do the woik he was forced to Iny down.
ured six feet from the end of the nose
Fatland, Miss Pearl E. Snedcker, man rightfully resents the assum In a way It has been a work of love—a ! to the tip of the tail. The animal
u-ork tbit her husband began and she
Miss Ina B. Graham, Miss Edith ed leadership o f the preacher and, Is completing. But at all times It has was three feet in height and had been m
Montgomery, Miss Leone Chapin. as a result, stays at home to com been un ambitious effort to make the caught In n trap before, the right fore b>J)
foot having been clipped‘off.
Miss Edith Johnson. Miss Bessie mune with his God. It is a fact Decatur postoffico second to none In
Kennard, Mrs. Jessie Moyer.
Though without political Influence,1 BLIND COUPLE MARRIED.
churches have ceased to grow and never once tms she been opposed for
that 83 per cent have a member office. With simply her record for good Both Born Sightlsss, Tlisy Are Happy e s
NOTNINQ IN A NAME
Now— Attracted by Her Voice.
ship of less than 100. To change work for recommendstton. she was re
Lafayette, Ind. —Without even hav I
Rochester, N. Y., D ec.- Wil the country church to a commun appointed. once by McKinley, twice by
Roosevelt, once by Taft and now by ing seen each other, love came to Ella I 'fiWS
liam Shakespeare, aged 39 years, ity house may result in much tem Wilson.
Beeves of Lafayette and Frank J. m
no home, discovered there was poral benefit to the communities
Wagner of Terre Haute, and still
without ever looking Into each other's
HAS "THE MARE SENSE.”
nothing in a name when he ap in which the house may he located,
eyes they were quietly married here
plied for enlistment at the local but what o f the church? The
St. Paul Dog Anticipates the Wiahas of recently by Thomas Bridges. Justice of 11
recruiting office o f the United anti-religious could find no better
Both are blind and have been so
St. Paul.— A dog that, anticipates the
States Marine Corps.
way to hasten the complete dis
from birth. Wagner Is a piano tuner.
“ Prithee, kind sir, I beg a little ruption o f the church.
He came here on a visit, met Miss
A. M. Faulson, lOld Marshall avenue.
nourishment at the indulgent
The latest a' hlevement of the animal Reeves and fell In love with her voice.
He mode the trip here for his marriage
hands o f Uncle Sam. e ’en though
Postmaster General Burleson « a s brought about when Mrs. Paul without assistance, and the blind hus
I must enlist. For three long and charges the postal deficit o f $11,-
band and wife, after a short stay here,
weary days have I trod yon stretch 333,308.97 to the Eueopean war.
The dog watt bed while pa|>ers were will Journey alone to Terre Haute for
L a u g h , a n d th e W o r ld
Falls City’ s Largest Store.
Your dollars stay at home
if you do your Christmas
shopping in the home town.
$ $ $
Keep your money in this
Your interests are
You want to see
this place prosper.
$ $ $
There’ s no better way to make
this town prosperous than to spend
your money with the local mer
$ $ $
Therefore don’t take your money
out of town. Keep it here. You’ ll
find that the local merchant can fill
any of your wants.