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FALLS CITY NEWS
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E v m r S a t u r d a y M o r n in g
KEEPING A HOTEL
It I» a Study In Catering to
o f Human Nature.
my vote to make it
The reason o f this is that some
o f the n eigh b or o f this hcautiful
little vale, long known as Socialist
' alley, (and which in some ways
was most appropriate for ms j
where on earth will you find a
finer spirit o f cooperation and
; mutual helpfulness than right here
in this little mountain valley.-«nd
' money is practically undeard o f ,-
all that, as I understand it is
¡Socialism’s foundation principles
right down to the ground.) got to
talking about what we could do
to help the nation in this season o f
Age limits or family dependents
prevented enlistments, and lack
i o f money prevented subscriptions
for war bonds.
the-, expect to have their comforts hours the others seemingly com
cared for automatically, their whims
bined to work so as to keep a pile
o f dirt to be moved from “ here to
Pem v.ry Much a Londoner.
there” and the there kept getting
William Penn, the founder of farther away as the heat increas-
Pecn=-lvania, was born on Tower ed. I f “ French feet” are more
Hm on Oct. 14, i644, was chriitcn- pain ful than “ Shoveled Hands”
ed m YU Hallow- church became a
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student of L.nooln'* Inn, and th en ,i°r ’ f
anLy WOrSe * be hlt
joining the Quakers, he abandoned I ^
back w ith a rour-foot pio-
the law and prea hed. along with jectile than it does to charge a
tieorge I ox, in a meeting house otf pile o f dirt and rocks with a short
Lombard street. He once occupied handled shovel, then the front
a house in Xorfolk street. Strand,
chosen on account of it< closenes line trench is certainly no place
I ,\car $1.00}
Tmc F allu Cn v N ews .
N o r t h whoi F ak m stbad . t \ ear $1.00 J*
$ 2.00 )
Sunday School 111 a. m.
ITcacImig service' 11 u. in.
Song unrl praise service 7
followed by preaching at H.ixi.
Mid-week prayer meeting 7.dD p.m
Everyone cordially inviterl to
attend these service«.
To One AHdra*«
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STEAD w ll be Digit r «ml better then <v«r
(bis coming »*• ton It« editor* will devote
tbelr beet effort* In making tht* pftper the
1**1 In th«* country Kach week you'll re
efttve a clean, wed ftdlted imu * ou batter
fanning, marketing, price*, profit«, educ«
tlon cttlxen«btp. home ftud «octal life Ke
gular price alone. $ 1.00 per year.
Some one at last suggested that
Sunday everybody get out and
work on the roads. No argument
was needed to convince anyone
that the roads to town were in
desperate need o f repairs, for
everybody.(ladies excepted and it
isn’t fair to guess their thoughts'
had been cussing the roads with
the fervor o f a Texas mule skin
ner ever since the winter rains
aad changed it into two paralel
ruts twisting between and labor-
¡ng over rocks the most o f the two
miles to town.
Nor was any
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argument necessary to show that
the road tund was not sufficient
to do all the road improving need-
| ed in the County,
In the American Magazine E. M
Staffer brings out a golden rule of
hotel keeping in »he following story:
“ At a recent Tuesday luncheon in
our hotel in Cleveland a guest sig
naled wildlv f«*e a waiter. ‘ Here,’
he exploded; ‘ thr* snip's stone cold!
A hotel that serves stuff like that
thould be turned into a tallow fac-
“ You could have paged all Euclid
avenue without finding an angrier
Further to emphasize hi*
scorn he pushed the tureen away
and yanked back his fingers, The
dish had burned them.
“ But he was perfectlv honest in
his complaint. After serving him-
self he had struck up an interest-
ing conversation with the man on-
posite. By the time he was ready
to eat the soup in his plate was
All agreed that good roads over
cold. The waiter apologized an d.
The " hich to haul the crops to town
brought on a fresh order.
was a paramount necessity—for
guest was happy.
“ Now. the waiter might have our soldiers and manufacturers of
made capital of those burned fin war supplies have got to be fed if
gers. He might have removed the
we win the war and win we will.
cover of the dish and smiled smugly
Therefore it was unamimously
at the escaping steam. Without the
least trouble he could have proved agreed that we could do nothing
his point, but he would have lost his more patriotic, nothing better
job. And he would have deserved
along the lines o f preparedness
to lose it.
“ Get down to bedrock and you than to work on the roads, and
will find that a hotel is not selling that is where the writer first be
rooms or meals. It is selling serv came sure o f the fact that war is
ice. It is selling courtesy. It is Hell. For instead o f making me
selling satisfaction. It is handling General or at least a Major, why
human nature with the brake»
handling p e o p le when thev a re f r e e Toe Reynolds simply sank “ Keep
from the obligations of business or a movin . Get bus'- ■
JUNK 28, 1917
.next month. That's what tins offer is worth to you. but you must act
at once. Com* TODAY!
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THE WORLD’S GREATEST WAR
The United States has enteredthe greatest war the world
has ever seen. The part we play may determine the future o f
Europe both politically and socially. Every American man, woman
and child is vitally interested in this war. Some o f us will give
our lives, all o f us must make sacrifices.
Bautte Offer Train Schedule
Effective Oct. 4. 1914
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Salem . . . 7:0U !' 45
Dali«* . . . 8.15 11.02
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Bl’ k Rock
Falla City. 9.30 1.25
Dallas. . 10.10 2 00
Salem . . . 11.01 3.15
A. C P o » * « « AotMT
to the river, which facilitated es- for me- and i ust Plain hel1 is aIt°-
is the title o f a new 32 page at'as just placed on the market. It is
cape from duns, and he was impris- gether to genteel and lady-like, in
the most comprehensive work o f its kind and is accurate in the
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oned both at Newgate and
to properly describe
Fleet. So Penn was, after all, verv ! war.
There are 15 pages o f maps in three colors (15x111 covering
much a Londoner.— London Stand- j
But what helped me to bear up
minutely the various theatres o f war, and showing all the town«
was the fact that the others work
and villages mentioned in the daily dispatches from the front.
Sailing a Boat.
We were all privates and
There are pages o f photographs, many o f them made ex
A isitor—I would like to get you
what is still better the Valley was
pressly for this book, o f persons, places and things about which so
to teach toe to sail a boat.
Boatman— Sail a boat ? Why, it’s 100% patriotic. There wasn't a
much is said and so little definitely known
Photographs o f Zeppe
easy as swimmin’. Jest grasp the single slacker. Every one turned
lins, submarines, submarine chasers, mines, torpedoes, torpedo
main sheet with one hand an’ the out and everybody worked. The
nets, anti air-craft guns, gas masks, giant guns that shoot 2-ton
tiller with the other, an’ if a flaw kiddies o f 6 and 8 carried rocks
German trenches, etc.
strikes ease up or bring ’er to an’
There is a complete chronological history o f the war to date,
loose the haiyards, but look out fer and brush; the old men o f three
the gaff an’ boom or the hull things score and ten were among the
and the answers to a thousand and one questions on every phsse o f
be in the water an’ ye’ll be upset, first on the firing line, and the
the costliest and bloodiest struggle in the history o f mankind.
but if the wind is steady v’r all last to leave.
right unless y r too slow in luffin’,
But the ladies! God bless them
An Invaluable Reference Book for fhe Home
cause then ye’ ll be upset sure.
and over again—all o f them,
Jump right in an’ try it; but, re
Possession o f this book will enable anyone to give exact in
member, notv, whatever ve do, don’t for I don’t know which ones it i
formation on subjects on which his friends speak from heresay.
was that saved my life as I was
It is a valuable addition to any library and contains a wealth o f
too far gone to realize anything.
H or»e* In Battle.
facts on the one subject in which everyone is interested at the
Arabian horses show remarkable But anyhow just as the sun had
courage in riattle It is said that pushed 2 P. M. into eternity, some
The book itself is printed on the finest grade o f enameled
when a horse of his breed finds him one o f them called, “ Come on you
is the best that skilled workmanship can produce.
self wounded and knows instinctive men, dinner is ready.”
ly that he will not he ahie to carry
Falls City New t one year and Atlas $ 1.3 0
There's been some great ac
his rider much longer he quickly
rptires. heanng his master to a place counts in the papers about the|
of safety while he has vet sufficient charges made by Canadian troops
strength But if, on the other hand, but I’ll bet their stunts would
the rider is wounded and falls to
show up pretty rotten compared
So kind friends o f the town and
the ground the faithful animal re
mains beside him, unmindful of to the way we charged that neighboring sections we ask you
danger, neighing until assistance is spread laid in the shade o f a great to forget the old name and help T T T T i m T *1
maple by a cool spring. The vic us to establish the new.
tory was complete.
Oh yes, just one other thing.
G E T YOUR
A fter the lunch and the stories
Change Name of Valley
had begun to lag some one bro'i The getting together—working
up the question o f the crudeness side by side in community inter
That it est donating work to the county
Hell! o f the valley’s name.
and nation, if you please, was so
Cause the Name of Socialist Val was harsh sounding, inappropriate much fun that we plan to have
P R IN T E D A T T H I S O FFICE.
and meaningless, was conceded
ley to Bo Changed to Ren'l Dell.
by all. The name o f Ren’l Dell
rest o f you might try it just once.
“ W ar is Hell,” said General was proposed and unanimously
H. L. Velly,
Sherman. Many others have since voted as the name we would call
Sec. Ren’l Dell Corn’d Club.
corroborated his statement, and our valley in the future.
Send us whatever news you
know. We will not publish your
name hut will publish the news.
B U T T E R W R APPER S
Good four room house for rent.
Apply at the News office.
Gorreepoiidents wanted in evt».t ^
tmighborhood in this section ol tfiw