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S A T U R D A Y , M A Y 19, 191?
FALLS CITY NEWS
»perilled that tbe property lie turned
over ou the 1st o f June, 1000, to the
line person nearest to twenty years of
uge. No ouu had yet appeared to be
uearer than they to lliu designated
p i i ratei a V
age, but tlie properly, under a literal
Interpretation o f the'will, could not be
Work of Uncle Sam In Preventing
given to either.
Roger Deane and Julia Inid*worth
and Fighting Them.
P H Y S IC IA N A N D S U R G E O N
visited the attorneys with n vfuw to n
It W at Half a Century
O llic e one door east ol I*. O.
compromise. They at first suggested
Before It Produced
that the property lie divided between
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Or; ( od
RIGID RULES FOR CAMPERS.
T h e S A F E boyo* magazioe
But the lawyere would not do
this without an order from the court of
All|«r*y fornii ItfMw. D'>* * '
• a firn
liaueery, Deane took the man o f law
The P erm it System H a s B»sn a Big
a tv ti ivi!«« f I I « f pD *jr»-«*, 3 i t ' » ' : d « I ' * * v * r y
AT T O K N M - A T TA W
nwftfh. ff»r ty,trlAr'txtrrftravvLMvtn*
■ side and nuked him If marriage would
Hy F . A . M IT C H E L
utili'; ■% I.
I U\ trituri I /
Paetor In Cheeking the Destruction of
nettle the matter. The reply wus that
i r l*©/«* h>*foff*. /'••Ir »
rrt.v-«- !• »•»* artfe * ■* * • f»* «h *jf arti ntfctr
T ree s— How the A lert Rangers D i s
though man aud w ife were one In cer
f «ori k Ii®r 5 f a r * >»* * ,f
. Kit- t 't r .U y .
ri t.fTTpr« ». lVTtrW fc tl*'*. ff'/W in Mafcf>
cover anil Lo ca te a Blase.
tain res|>ecta !•» the eye o f the law
Rdrift ( '¡lui fi»*». ' jile>f Ma, &>»*»», o.,r.
In I Wo UlUiu Dvano «m l llrrhsrl they wero not lu all respects. A fter
«/ftlPrf In*' i *Urn*$ nnA IM u f >1 V '»a«icn.
Eternal vlglluuce la lint wat hword
iHxU'.voith |nt Into ■ 1 « whii II over a much delay tho lawyer auggested that
A T T O R N E Y A T - L A VV
piece of |>rnIrlv laml l<* ntivl a cnupls the only way out o f tlie matter was uf the forcat service of the t'ulted
6 J 0 Mill Street
o f miles from ilio renter of tbs city of for one to lay claim to tlie eatute and
Chicago. Tbe property wus worth the other to dispute the claim. Tbia
rated the critical time when forest
nothing, «m l tbo ex|ien«es of the suit would bring the matter before tlio
tires arc moat numerous aud disas
were heavy. They were a'lvUod hy
trous. These are tbe driest months o f
However, nothing could be done be
their lawyers to meet with a view to
tbe year ou the I'aclttc «lo p e, and lu
fora the 1at o f June next, aud that was
effecting u roniiirouilke. They came to ■till three months distant. Meanwhile cousequence the gras« and brush In
gether, and I>iiiiie said to Dudswortb: Roger J>eane aud Julia bodsworth bnd
tbe forests are tinder dry and offer the
rnrt '*MÍOfU-1 by ff’Al/ fer an**
" I t Is Itupoealble for either you or mo a common Interest. They met quite leaat real«lance to tire.
Throughout tho dry season, which
to realise anything out of this acre o f often with a view to finding some way
begins ubout April anil eztenda through
S im p 's R o o m s
worthleea luml We're too old Hut I by which they might at least divide
the curly part o f November, accord
B o a t A c c o m m o d a t io n s
lliluk there« going to he a big lily the Inheritance. It was suggested that
big to . the lutltude o f tho differ
i H + H -*■H -M - H - H
-M - H -I-1- H -
hero some day, nnd the property In, they hunt up tbe doctors who presided
r . Drocgo, P ro p rlp iw
states, the forest service o f the
say, fifty you re from now may come
within tile town limit«. It will then he which had been bom at the earlier department o f agriculture luercusca Its
working forces until It liaa a boat of
worth aotuethlng »oppose we leave It hour o f the day. beuue s i » success
ful " 1 Lis part. He foimd the doctor men throughout the taiigi a ever ou the
Jointly to our helm?"
alert for tires These additional forces
"That would be like dividing an who brought him Into tho world, who
augment lliu regular range force, which
applo into u couple o f dozen parts. by reference to certain uotea ho had
taken down with regurd to his patients
Is on duty the year round.
F a l l a C l i p . O ro g o n
I'ainlllea multiply, and I doubt If the
found a record that Roger had been
High up on some lonely (teak, far
Inheritance »111 ever be worth more
Where yoa caa get a Skive. Bair Cat, Bath
bom at 2 o'clock III ttfe morning of
from the centers o f clvlllzatlou, stands
than, say, a hundred dollars. Suppose
April IO, 1078. This, tbe lawyers said,
a high watebtowor thut daily is the
wo arrange so that It shall go to one
A(eat far l i l l j s 'treat Lasidry
would Dot give him the property uulesa post o f u forest ranger, who. with pow
« l e » J lu eeday evening
person yet unborn?"
proof was adduced that Miss Dods erful binoculars and telescope. Is on tho
bodsworth was ready for any propo wortb had been bora at a later hour of
lookout for the thin, telltale banner of
sition that would rulleve him o f further the day. Ho there was nothing gained
vii|K>r that t e l l s . ( f own story of the
•H -H -H "l -l"P-H " l"H - l" H " l" H -P,l“ H "t-r 1-H - t- M -H -H -P !■ l l t H F 1 U -H - H - p
bother concerning tbe property, and for Deane
And as for Miss bods
legal documents were drawn up be worth, It simply meant that by hunting
queathing It to sue b- descendant of up her own record she would run
either as should ba nearest to twenty twelve ebauces to one o f giving tbe
m a r b l e a n d g r a n it e
years old on June I, 1000. (loth men propei iy to Deane.
wero over fifty at the time the arrange
By this time this matter o f mutual
ment was made, and both had sons Interest had drawn them so closely to
D a l l a s , O ro g o n
gether that If It could have been set
But none o f those sous or daughters tied by tbelr marriage there would
took the slightest Interest lu the prop have been no further difficulty.
erty that had, so to speak, been put
Mts* Dodswortb remembered that n
away for the enjoyment of some oue worn a n mimed McCann bad lived with
If, Indeed, any o f them her mother as housekeeper or upper
The United States has entered the greatest war the world
R . L. C H A P M A N
ever Visited It they saw a part o f the servant for many years. When Julia
prairie, on which, after a rain, atood was about twelve years of age Mrs
FU N ER A L DIRECTOR
Europe both politically and socially. Every American man, woman
a pool of wuter varying from one to McCann bad left the family. Khe was
twelve Inches In depth.
Wo a’.tsrtd lo all work promptly.
and child is vitally interested in this war. Some o f us will give
with them when Julia was born and
When forty years had rolled round might rememtier the hour o f her birth.
our lives, all o f U3 must make sacrifices.
Dills* and F affa City. Ora.
neither Deane nor Dodswortb nor any Julia began a system of advertising
child o f cither was living. There were for tbe woman, and a reiqiouse was
tnuny grandchildren, none o f whom finally elicited
She wrote Julia that
L L A i F - fA IK
knew anything about the acre o f prop
■he had kept a letter blank book, In
erty that bad been tied up for half a
which she had noted Important events
J. O. M IC K A L S O N
century Before tire death o f tbe tes
the most comprehensive work o f its kind and is accurate in the
This book was. with other effects, In a
tators a fund bad I wen provided from trunk In a garret o f one o f Mrs Mc
D '»1er in
which the taiea were to he paid, and
Cann's relatives. She would get It and
l t l . A I . L IS T A T E
a certain arm of lawyers were to pay
There are 15 pages o f maps in three colors (15x11) covering
see If It contained the required Infor
them, lu 1890 this hrm dissolved, and
Falls City, Oregon.
minutely the various theatres o f war, and showing all the towns
the duty devolved upon their success
While waiting for this Julia told
and villages mentioned in the daily dispatches from the front.
ors Ity this time the property had be
Roger about H. Roger aald that If the
come a snug fortune, and there was no
There are pages o f photographs, many o f them made ex
book coolatued a memorandum o f the
danger o f any beano or bodsworth
pressly for this book, o f persons, places and things about which so
BROWN SIBLEY ABSTRACT CO.
who lived In Chicago not knowing
610 M ill Street. Dotila«, O re? dit.
much is said and so little definitely known. Photographs o f Zeppe
something about It. Hut both families Inherit the acre. But he had o dozen
JOHN fi. 81 BLEY, M auater.
chances to one o f being the heir. Then
had spread out fanllke aud bad scat
f l a u t *s posted d a f l j f r o *
tot . it
nets, anti air-craft guns, gas masks, giant guns that shoot 2-ton
Polk Comitjr Decorila.
In 1898 Ackley A Thorp, attorneys, ed to her and proposed that, whether be
shells, German trenches, etc.
wero charged with the payment o f the or she or neither the one nor tho other
There i3 a complete chronological history o f the war to date,
tuxes oil the acre, and the sums were Inherited, they pass tbe rest of their
Uvea as man aud wife. Julia waa of
sudlrtently large to lie noticeable. Kid
answers to a thousand and one questions on every phase o f
ney Walker, a young man who bad tbe same mind, and they plighted tbelr
and bloodiest struggle in the history o f mankind.
Just been ndmttted to the bar, waa a
clerk In the office o f Ackley A Thorp, spective o f what by this time they bad
come to call the golden acre
and tbe payment o f tbe taxes was In
A few day« after their betrothal Mrs.
trusted to him. In this way he came
McCaun sent her notebook by register
A mark here indicate« that
to a knowledge o f the strange Joint
Possession o f this book will enable anyone to give exact in
your subscription is delinquent.
will o f begue and Dodswortb. It oc ed mall to Julia. Julia turned over tbe
leavea hastily till she came to May and
formation on suojects on which his friends 3peak from heresay.
Please call and fix it.
curred to Walker that when the time
It is a valuable addition to any library and contains a wealth o f
came round to put the property Into June. 1878, «nd there found an entry,
“ At 10 o'clock I p the morning o f April
tho hands o f the legitimate heir It
facts on the one subject in which everyone is interested at the
10, a little girl w h s bora.”
would lie Important that all tbe men)
Miss Dodswortb construed this as
(•era o f the Deane and bodsworth fam i
proof that she bnd won. since she was
The book itself is printed on the finest grade o f enameled
lies should lie accounted for. Realiz
tom o Sookor—
born uearer to the 1st o f June, 1000,
ing that whoever did this work would
IL L S CITY. O REGON ]
paper and is the best that skilled workmanship can produce.
tinn Roger. She sent the notebook to
doubtless be paid for tt, he began a
O rch a rd Land
the attorneys, wrote Roger that she
itcarcb for every member o f both fam
Falls City New* one year and Atlas S I .30
bad made up her mind she did not love
ilies. But he kept bis Investigation to
him as much ns she thought she did
Roger Deane, aged tweuty-two, a snd broke the engagement.
Thla break prevented any further
grandson o f Ellbu Deane, a party to
conference, and when tho 1st o f June
tho will mode In 1850, resided In Chi
Office hours: Daily, except Sun
came round each received a notice to
Send us whatever news you
cago between 1800 and 1000 and had
day, 8 am. to 6.30 p.ui.
gppear at uoon on that day at Ackley
light ahead to tbe watcher. Ou other
r.igid rules "nave been laid down for
his eye on tbe acra as being the possi
A; Thorp's office. They found there Peaks there arc similar wntchtowers, persons camping In tbe woods, and the know. W e will riot publish your
ble heir. He was a member o f most
Mail arrives, from
quite a number o f descendants o f the ami the watchers here, too. may mark Ore permit system has lessened the name but will publish the news.
o f the clubs o f the city and prominent
original Deane and Dodswortb o f va the rising column o f smudge from afar. number o f tires very appreciably. The
9.00 a.m., 6:15 p.m.
aoolally. He banted up all tho Deanes rious ages. Mr. Ackley thus addressed
All report to a central station, where greatest loss comes from tbe negli
Dallas, 9:00 A. M., 6:15 P. M.
and bodsworths he could find. There those present:
the lire is accurately located.
gent pleasure seekers, who drop light
was none uearer than he to the re
Portland via Gerlinger, train 102
"R y the terms stipulated Bfty years
A t each watebtower there Is a cir ed matches In the grass and low
R a th e r A ttractive.
quired age. But he found one bods- ago today by Elthn Deane and Herbert
cular map o f the district within tbe brush. The Are permit cards can be
11:55 a. in.
“ Just think. Bobby.” said his mother,
worth, a woman about bis own age. Dodswortb a certain acre o f land was
view of that particular tower. By trl- obtained either at the general office or "those poor little children are orphans
Rock, 1:30 P. M.
who might be nearer than he. He bequeathed to such one of their de
angulatlon on this map tbe watcher o f any ranger, and there is no expeuse and have no |<apas or mammas to care
made Inquiries as to her age, but she scendants. male or female, who should
notes tho direction o f the tire from his attached to it. The good accomplish for them. You wouldn't like to t>e an
Mail closes for:
declined to give It on the ground that be uearest to twenty years o f age on
tower. The other watchtowers do the ed by this arrangement appears In the orphan, would you ?"
Salem. 8 50 A.M., 1 P.M. and 5:30
a woman's age Is her private property. the 1st of June. 1000. There are four
same, and all report to the central sta
“ I feel like it sometimes, m a r was
The truth Is that If he knew her age persons living w ho were born near that tion these various directions. Where fact that when a lire breaks out It Is
aud It w-ns nearer the prize thau his date and who are descendants o f ei the triangulutlon lines meet on tbe possible to know w ho had n permit to Bobby'» reply.— Pearson's Weekly.
8:50 A. M. and 5:30P. At.
he might prepare himself to prove that ther Deane or Dodsworth—viz, Roger great map o f the central station there
close record Is kept o f the permits Is
THa Yukon Vallay.
he was older or j’ouuger than she was. Deane, Julia
via Gerlinger train 102
Edward the tire is. It Is a simple aud yet a
There are no blizzards lu the Yukon
Miss Julia Dodswortb was equally as Payne aud Emmn.Osbome, born May
most effective method. The tire locat
The Are permit card authorizes the valley in winter, and there Is little wind.
prominent In society as Roger Deane, 20, 1880. Emma Osborne, having pro ed, the Qghtlng forces o f the district
Black Kock, 1 A. M.
and the possession o f property worth duced satisfactory evidence o f birth, are mobilized nnd tbe battle begins. holder to build camp tires on the na Snow about tw o feet deep c overs every
thing from early October till spring.
severul hundred thousand dollars would will undoubtedly be adjudged the heir It may be short, and it may last for tional forest land between certain
dates, provided the following require
Mail Order and Postal Savings
be as much o f an advantage to bar as by the surrogate."
weeks, but It la fought none the less ments are complied with: T o build
window closes at 6 P. M.
to him. She therefore concluded to
There was an Involuntary hum of
small tires only, to build Ores in the
cultivate him, wrlth a view to getting dlSkatlsfactlon throughout the assem
Stretching In every direction from open and not against a tree or log or The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1 91 7 Almanac
S unday O nly
out o f him his age. Neither would be bly.
Roger Deane and Julia Dods the central ranger stations are miles
9.30 to 10:30 a.m;
on June 1, 1000, much less than two wortb looked at each other and laugh o f telephone and telegraph wires that within twenty feet o f standing brush,
The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Almanac
years above twentj-, but no one o f the ed. Both being rich, they could afford are used in time o f danger to mobilize to scrape away all leaves and trash
from baleni, 9 PO
from around the tire, never to leave a for 1917 comes out bright and bet
descendants o f the original Deane or to laugh.
tho fire tight lug army. Once the call Are unattended, even for a short time,
ter than ever. His splendid por
Dodswortb had turned up nearer the
Mr. Ackley walked up to n demure has been made they como from every
Mail closes for Salem, 8.50 a. tu.
required age, and It seemed probable looking girl dressed very plainly and direction prepared to combat the com without first extinguishing It; to ex trait in four color work, taken
tinguish fires first use water, then
that one or tf?e other of these two congratulated her on attaining the pos mon enemy.
Delivery Window Open
Frequently these tires
session of the golden acre. Mr. Sidney occur within a short distance from cover with dirt; bonfires are not al from life in May, 1916, proves that
would get the fortune.
to 10:30 A. M.
this old friend o f the millions is
Aa the ttmo draw near for the turn Walker also congratulated her. Yield smuli villages and towns, and then tho
Effective March 11, 1917.
ing over the acre to tbe designated ing to an Impulse, sbe threw her arms problem becomes more complex, lu that when camp Is moved the ground must very far from being “ a dead
be left in a clean aud sanitary condi man.”
heir Messrs. Aifkley & Thorp wrote to about bis neck.
Every home, office and
the homes, once aflame, are extinguish
I r a C. M e h r u n g , Postmaster
tion.—Nevy York Tribune.
Walker during his Investigations as ed with greater difficulty.
the Deanes and bodsworths to state
Roger Deane arfd Julia to who would Inherit the golden acre
Besides the use o f the telephone and
faithful, old friend of the people
F a c t s About the Dollar.
Dodswortb were Included In the In bad found a little schoolteacher living
telegraph, the forest rangers also use
When you break a dollar the pieces to send for his Almanac and Mag
quiries. Knob had been endeavoring to In Missouri who was about the re the heliograph, with which they are
Extra copies ol The News are
learn the other's age, but neither had quired age. He corresponded with her,
able to send flashes o f sunlight mauy disappear mysteriously.
each week, and will be sent
succeeded. Therefore neither had any
miles to bring aid. These are where
advantage over the other in thts re turned over to tbe legal heir and helped
35c by mail. His monthly Mag to any address desired, postpaid,
telephone and telegraph lines are not dollar saved.
Doubling a dollar Is far harder than
spect. Them was nothing for either her to obtain undoubted proof of the yet available. At centrally located de
azine with Almanac, one dollar a for 5 cents per copy.
day and even the hour o f her birth.
to do but give the true date o f birth.
pots aro caches o f dynamite that are dividing it.
Boon after doing so each received a
also used for slguallng purposes. At
year. Send to W O R D A N D W O R K S
Correspondent« wanted in every
let ter saying that both had been born ness. Tbe girl came to love him, but these depots are stored materials for again be found.
in this section of the
A borrowed dollar Is never so big as P U B L I S H I N G C O M P A N Y . 8 4 0 1 F ra n k -
on the same day, and thts would render did not show her love till the day the Ore lighting purposes and highly spe
the will Inoperative »lore It distinctly was adjudged an heiress.
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