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Saturday, December 26, 1106
THE FALLS CITY NEW 8.
(E lîP Jffa lla (C it y N a n a
teach correct speech, l*ut often is FOUR
LEGGED GIRL DEAD.
hinderance to it. When a man
\ £ tr
is thinking o f syntax and tryin g LilD* V ir g in ia M c D o n a ld ol V irg in ia
H a d F ou r A rm a Alee.
to talk at the same time, he's do
llarrlMouburg, Va.—Viratiti«! Mct>ou-
L WOOD A SON,
ing too much. There is a collision uM, h 11(11« girl « IIh four logs and four
that is fatal to either the syntax arm*. who for four years has !>eeu n
tilbltod al fairs aud oilier public
Kntfml in n n.ml « ia« nail at II« poatoffwv or the thought.
places all over the eastern pari o f the
•i Balia City. iv u Cmmif. or«*«». uu*i.p the
Ad of l'Mi|ii'«a of Mar» h 3, 1879.
" I t ’s a m atter o f common obser Lulled Slates, died receully at (he
TdrphoM Mews Office. 83.
vation that the pupil who parses bciiie o f her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mi Donald, near
Subscription Rates: One year. SI.00; aix month«. and diagrams w ith the greatest church, Shenandoah county. The child
ftO centa. three month*. cent», ain*le copy, ft ct». facility in the school room is as was Ore rears one month and nlneleeu
A«lvtxtomt Rates l>uptayv lft cent«an toeti likely as not the one that uses the d ais old. She waa sick Just two dare
Bu*i*c*h Notice«. % cent» a line. For Bale. Rent. poorest English on the playground. with lonstlltla and membranous croup.
When aererai montila old she was
K is bailee. Want an«l Tay Entertainment No
t ice a, ft tU. a line. Card ol Thank» ftO €ti Legra It doesn’t seem to occur to him taken to Johns Hopkins hospital, Balti
Notice« lefal rate».
that the gram m atical rules have more, where physicians and medical
Copy (or utw ada. ami change» »houId be sent any application to his ordinary scientista examined her They decided
that It would be Impossible to operate
to The News not later than Weduea*lay.
speech. Or if it does, he refuses ou tbo child without causing death
to make the effo rt to speak cor There have been other persona born
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLS CITY
with four legs sad four arms, but
H J. tfillftn. Mayor.
they did not live as tong as the little
R M. Wonderly. Councilman at-Lar*e
"People use language in the Shenandoah girl. They died either at
w ay that's naturel to them.
The birth or soou thereafter, according to
H. C. Brown.
C. J Bradley
child whose parents speak good | deporta.
I. G . S in g le t o n .
She leaves her |>areuts and three lit
English speaks good English him tie brothers, aud also a large sum of
C. L. Hopkins.
R. A Titus.
self. The child w ho is accustomed money. Her father Is a farmer.
O. E. McPherren, Auditor and Police Judg
to bad English at home and among
W’alter L. TVwie Jr., t'lty Attorney.
Fat Murphy. Marshal and Water sRipt.
his playmates may arrive at a
CONFUSED BY FINAL “E.”
M. L. Thompson. Treasurer
fairly correct manner o f speech
Dr. F M. Hell"arth. Health Officer.
Notified Her Brother Joined Marine
The Counn l meets in regular session on the first in the course o f years, through a
Corps, She Thought He W a* Dead.
M.'nJay mcht of **ch month, at 7 »o'clock, in I grudUfll d ro p p in g o f his errors.
I'ortbiud, Or*.—Never baring used
the o®oe ol the Fell« City Sew«.
*n her own spelling o f tbe
But that reform is chiefly a mat-
word "corpse." Mrs. Marceltne Her
S a t u r d a y , D ecember 25, 1915 (te r o f unconscious imitation.
main o f Doualdsou. Micb.. was pros-
is our environment that forms our (rated with grief upon receipt of an of
speech. Only the v e r v exception- nclnl communication announcing the
NEWS AND COMMENT
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fact that her brother. Joseph Ell Jolli-
al child, who is a precocious p rig oouer> haJ Jolned the tnlled state*
instead o f an ordinary human lie- marine corps and bad named her as
ing, retorm s his speech hv rules next o f kin to be uottried In case o f
Independence, Or., Dec. 18.—
taken out o f a book.
" I f my brother Is a corps of w hat did i
To the Editor o f The Journal—I
"T h e personal example o f teach he die?" she wrote to Captain H. T. I
see in The Journal o f December
ers has fa r more to do with shap Swain. In charge o f the local recruiting
station o f tbe United Stales matin»
13 where Honorable George E.
ing the spee h o f their pupils than corps, who bad enlisted tbe man and
Chamberlain, senator o f Oregon,
the book o f gram m ar they teach. was responsible for tbe nottOcation
has introduced, or is going to in
Tbe recruiting officer by return mall j
And the gram m atical rebel who bade the sorrowing sister cease mourn
troduce a bill o f conscription, forc
shocked the English teaehers at lug and assured ber tbat tbe "corps" to !
ing into service males from the
Chicago was probably right in which ber brother had lately atlacbed i
age o f 12 years to 23 years. I
himself was tbe "Uvcst" kind o f an
saying that reading aloud does in organization.
don't suppose the honorable sena
finitely more good than form al in
tor from Oregon has any boys o f
struction in grammar.
his own eligible fo r service, to
" A certain amount o f gram m at
practice the “ gen tle" art o f dodg
ical instruction must be given,
ing bullets at $15 a month: how
h w e v e r . But educators seem to
ever, i f he has, fortune has smiled
overdo it, and expect impossibili
upon him sufficiently to enable him
ties o f it.—Salem Statesman.
to dig up the required sum o f
money which would keep his boy
out o f the trenches. L et us pause ( i
and consider the cause o f the poor
working man’s son. They all
would have to go, being unable to! Dallas Citizens Prepares Against That
Winslow, III.— From a well dressed
banker to a day laborer In overalls Is
furnish the amount required to
the transition o f J. Bradley Fuller, j
escape the disagreeable task o f
who, with his sisters owned and op-
sending some other poor working- j A ccording to the Polk County erated tbe private bank o f Fuller & |
man’s son into eternity, or else O bserver the citizens o f Dallas, Sou at Winslow. Necessity forced tbe
former banker to obtain means o f sup |
facin g the iron storm o f cannon who fe el the need o f a little port.
and machine gun fire and dying I "go od ch eer” are providing fo r
Tbe only occupation available was
upon the sodden slopes o f some the em ergencies o f the coming tbat o f helping manufacture concrete
prorcM tcm al d a rt*
F. M . H E L L W A R T H
FUYHICIAN AND HUKUKON
Oflica one door east of P, O.
E holiday» w ill soon be
T H here.
The tim e o f hup»
will b* *1 Falla n*T Haiti
MONDAY. WKl'NMDAY *JM FRIDAY
Attvriuii'i» I n li l e k .
S u 0 tn c 0 0 C a t t o
A re available fo r the holidays.
On sale between all Southern
Pacific stations in Oregon
Dec. 17. 18. 22, 23. 24. 25. 31
and Jan. t. Return limit Jan.
4. From Oregon to California
points on sale Dec. 22,23,24,25,
30, 31. Jan. 1st. Return limit
J a n .3d.
IIO T K L
f a l l s ff itç I jo t e l
■ e e l AoeemmeOetlens
F. Oreee*. F r*« rle le r
hahi . kh
favorable to the administration
has constantly assured the people
of, then w hy arm the young men
o f the nation with the weapons o f
murder and teach them the art o f
prowling around along ditches and
fence corners with a view o f kill
ing in cold blood some unsuspect-
ing young fellow who hasn’t ever
done him any harm in all the
w orld’ Thp « spp I
ej, trust heads,
a so ne manufacturers o f all
this p a ra p h ern a h a o fd e^ h should Th e fo llow in g councilmen w ere
be herded at once fo r the trenphcc L
tn i i ' . r
present; H en ry Brown, R . A. i t -
pe. L et them learn th eltu e, C. J. Bradley, and I. G. Sing-
real conditions o f war. Push them |e ton, and A u d itor M cPherren.
o the flaming cannon’s
A ttorn ey Tooze was absent but
mout , so t at i f they ever live to had instructed the council that it
come ack to the land of the free would be necessary to draw a
, ey ^ d pause ere they lend w arrant on the general fund to
emse ves to the idea o f arm ing pay the purchase price o f lots
our boys fo r the slaughter, so that sold at Dallas Tuesday Decern-
rJw r ir .
T bt broui 1 bcr.u on ,idin‘iue"‘ asse8sments
Let the gunmakers, the
powdermakers and the preachers
who preach w ar be hurried into
the w a r’s reality. The son o f the
aristoei at should Hio- » . „ . „ l
aiongciae the son o f the soil,
Money should never be able to let
him e s c a n e th e » n n d i t i « , «
nil. r i i . T J h!l
The report o f tbe auditing board, of
which D. F. Graham, president o f tbe
First National bank o f Freeport Is
chairman, shows that tbe liabilities of
the Winslow bank are $168,647. while
the assets are $120,035. On tbls basis
depositors will receive about 70 cents
The auditor assumed
od the dollar.
that the asscta credited to a furniture
and also to pay the recording fee depreciate.
tor the deeds o f the same, which
W IF E SA V ED HIM.
Th e extension o f the w ater
Rode 300 Mile* With Baby on Pony to
line to le a l creek came up fo r
Pi..d For H.r Hu.b.nd,
discussion, and it was?stated that Salem, O re.-T h e
hardships o f a 300
Judge Teal had offered to izra n t m,le hor8eback tr|P njad,-> by Mr* Wal
money o f his class is able to bring pipeline over his land in consider-
about in all countries. Beneath ation that the city exem pt him
al w ars is the greed fo r gain. In from the paym ent o f certain
all w ars the poor man is the loser street assessments, aproxim ately
ev e ry time, and yet through all $60. and an additional sum o f
w ars o f all time he has made the |$50. It was suggested that the
costliest sacrifice fo r his country.
pipeline could be laid up the bed
C. L. COOPER
tbelr reduced cln um-
Stances pbUosopbically, all seeking em-
pioyment in order to contribute to the
I o f the creek and save the expense.
The m anager o f the electric
I light company registered a kick
on account o f the light bill hav-
According to a speaker who ad- ' nK been cut f rom
to $41 fo r
dressed the National Council 0f tbt' month ° f O ctober on account
Teachers o f English in Chicago re-1 °F Poor lights.
Th e council r e
cently, gram m ar is an almost use - 1 fused to re-open the m a tter and
less study, and the time given to Ma' d
over until such a tim e as
it in the public scools is almost I
M ayor could be present,
Felle C ity, O regen*
* h m yee cat |ct a Skavt, lair Cat, lath
Atra! far Dallai Urtai L«««dry
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Bund!*« forward«! 1u*adt)r *v*nlu(
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
T h e SAFE b o ys’ magazine
» 'o n ly
a yea r
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o t a i hi* r»(w iB *r. H * « u a a
fu ll IH fictaN
nw'i '-!•«. fuller
Mi. 54 to bj p.ig <« nvnrjr
oonth. Munir. inapt ring «t<rr**of travel___
¡M ot1 «. h ‘ fiirr, (ti'Hqnl H « , n . it . t t i e « n « b
. pul r ls n V »u -'io p i. Inetrv tivtterx'1'ial
a rti !.•» 1 ‘no i r t t r l
r»n fon*Kali a id o thn r
lMir* U rj -rtyionf* of M w hkni. «. f.l« « tru d tr.
■ r.if * , 1 polar K* • tum -. Ha*» to M a i «
M n r c * rn fil\i||pith>» «* >1
w holly wasted.
j The council adjourned
‘Gram m ar not only does not Monday, Decem ber 27.
Kendalvlll^, Ind.—Thirty five young
bachelor« o f thl* city have organized
the Anti-girl club T o be caught tak
ing a young woman to a theater. dan»o
or other «octal function or home from
church or even to make n social call
will cost the member $5. The "blita
cost o f entertainment" Is given a « tbe
cause for organizing.
G. L. H A W K I N S
M A R B L E A N D G R A N IT E
D e lla «, Oregen
ri'NKHAI. D 1 KKCTOK
R. L C H A P M A N
We e tte*» le all werfe erempMy.
Delle. mmA Fell. City. Or
•ai.. . iavonf ions au! N* to ral A ' o im o k
500,000 b o y s
MW* nitorud by Iheli parent«
Subscriptions Received at this Office.
O re g o n
C . W . M a t t h e w s , R r e e r le t e r
Prinler's Ink to
Make You Think
IL L IO N S o f dollars are
spent In this country
every year to promote think
You are Induced to
tbluk on all sort* o f subject»
at a vast exiiendltzire of mon
ey. Some com eras want you
to think about clothes, others
want you to study the ques
tion o f breakfast foods, while
others want you to Investi
gate the care of tbe teeth arid
think what sort o f paste, pow
der or liquid wash Is best for
Advertising la tbe method
by which these men are In
ducing you to think
know that If you begin to
think you will Insist on tbe
best, and each advertiser
knows that bis goods imssess
. real merit.
11» knows It
would not pay him to adver
tise something that would not
stand the hard test o f actual
If yon will do the thinking
tbe aim of tbe advertiser baa
been achieved, for you will In
time try hla goods That la
all he wunta -Just a trial. He
will then depend on the goods
to make a favorable Impres
sion. Advertising merely In
terests-m akes you think.
ter (Jutck and baby o f I^ikevlew over
mounlalnous r ,U t o plead for the re.
T H E R E IS FOOD FOR
tease o f ber husband from tbe state
T H O U G H T IN OUR
prlaon were not without avail, tbe state
parole board deciding to recommend to
A D V E R T IS IN G COLUMNS
tbe government tbat Quick be paroled.
Quick w ill be confronted with the
problem o f reaching his home when
Governor Wlthycombe orders his re
lease. H e has a homestead near Lake-
"D IC K ” MADISON DEAD.
view, 300 mtlea from Salem, and hla
only means o f transportation Is the
D. A . Madison, who was in busi
pony on which his w ife and baby made
in this city and Falls City a
tbe long trip here.
Quick was sent to prison for tbe theft fe w years ago, died at Independ
of a sack o f oats and a box o f shotgun
ence last Thursday, December
A n t i-g ir l C lu b Formed.
Bohle’s Barber Shops
Ask the local agent for fares, train service
and other information, or w rite
When Bank Failed He Was
HOW DRY I AM” Glad to 6et Strenuous Job.
blocks. He is paid $2 a day for ten |
hours and la docked for every hour In
which be la not occupied.
Upon the recent - return, of FuUer
let. tom orrow . provide fo r its e lf-
P °ssible that the drouth from the east, his departure taking
place Just one week prior to tbe fail
w i" not be so * reat as is Predict- ure o f tbe bank, be was on the verge
ed‘ There are ways o f Settin * o f nervous prostraUon. The sympathy I
o f his friends assisted in restoring bis j
booze that tbe unsofisticated Ore-
nerves to their normal condition, and
p0n prohi has never le a r n e d of. he announced bis willingness to take
any kind of work which afforded him
self and his fam ily a living.
A fte r seeking in vain for some oc
T he city council met in ad- cupation more remunerative and with
journea session Monday nitrht less physical labor Involved, be went
session M onaay nigni t0 work wlth the concre(e Br
with R. M . W onderly presiding expects to remain there until seme-
¡n the absence o f M ayor Griffin
thing more inviting develops
D R . W . L . H o llo w a y
Low Holiday Fares
ONCE BANKER, FULLER
IS NOW DAY LABORER
foreign battle field. I f there isn’t |y e a r • ‘ Lay not UP treasures for
any danger o f w ar, as the press y ° urselves on ea rth ,” but rather
i'll I H nl'NACTIO
piuces and cheer. Your 1 rieiula
w ill lie expectin g you to conic
home, So will mother, father,
sister or brother.
HraLlvhc* I m 'llU >*«<>
STORM DOES OAMAOE
Report« from various section« of
the coast indicates that the siorm
the first ol the week has done con
siderable damage. It is reported
that IninislideR and fallen trees has
blocked tli» logging roads in many
places. The high water lieic swept
aw.iv part o f the electric light co.'s
dam, but that was expected as the
part washed out was only a tempo
rary affair. The fool bridge on
Third street war considered unsafe
I I'uceday nigbt and danger signals
ivere plac'd at each end of the
j bridge. The "wharf’’ in front of
Breiitners stori was dislocated and
| an appeal to th» ‘ ‘ Bar and (Hand -
| spike) Harbor commission will be
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Attorney General G regory has
rendered an opinion that the or
ganization o f the Federal Reserve
Bank districts is not reviewable.
The law says it is not review able
"excep t by the reserve board."
Which is to govern? The law or
16th. He was buried there on Mr. G regory's opinion?
Saturday. Mr. Madison w a s
about 47 years old and is survived
by his widow and a son, H arry,
both living in Independence. His extra
death was due to lung trouHle,
from which he had been a sufferer Have
fo r some tim e.—Item izer.
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