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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1930)
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WHY WE DEHAVE
LIKE HUM DEINGS
, Br GEORGE DORSCY, I'b 0.. LL. D,
We Do Not Inherit I-utlnctt
l'H nr-rvont lyv.U'm Ik no linldcr;
It In built arouni a tuV', It linn
jdcnly of ri'lti-s urcH, but It I mr.
IMoiiiiIci iy u lirulli wlifrfiw big bUHltiM
In to li.'iirn ami to irollt ly exjwrlnm-e.
'J'Iik biiby'ii ti!rinl crn Ir lurijfly or-t'liti!.)-!
lit birth; but IU bit; brain I
n cli'im Hlntc, Tbcre In notblng known
It ninnot lenrn. With rmin, plantlc be
bivlor riwlwit Its bli'lu-nt point.
ilo not Inhorlt InHiIiiftn, but n
InHiIncilvo tuo'Iu of viwUitlve ami ro-
proiliif'tlvc ri'iirtlonn; aluo an luntlne'
tlve arilvliy which by the nut-ire of
tlio ulliiiiilus duy "yon" or "no," n
jioHlllve or a negative rcsnonxc. With
uh iifthlly, we can Irani to walk
and (mil the cat' tall ; we can form
babliH. We bump our lnul .agaliiHt
tlio tublp; our next rc;oiixe to table
Im tonilliloiicd. We pull the wron
fat's tall; our habit of r-'!pon;e to
cut' talln U conilltloiicl. Ail our re
Hmtm-n are condltinnp'J. That Is tlio
way weOt'iirn to behave. We do not
require linttltirt ; we can acquire b.ih
lu. If we lift lii thorn, we cud
forirct our bruin mul live ll!;p nnU.
Add It uu: Instincts are Inherited
liabltM. (ae we more thnn a chlm
Imnzeet We cimtiot any. I!ut we can
nay '.hat both of us have enough to
start out In life; If not, we are dof.-c
the and do not go far. We can also
lay that our Inheritance of reflex arcs
exceeds that of the chimpanzee by
several ounces of neurons. As a con
sequence, we have more nervous ma
chinery In general, naUre neurons to
load, more paths to carry the load.
I:i:t the fundamental diftVrewe be
tween man's and chimpanzee's Inheri
tance I.t In parents. Once a chim
panzee, always a chimpanzee; but a
man may become a l;unk or a saint
Think of all the kinds of people you
Man's Inherited habit to live can be
modified Into thousands of ways of IIv
Iiir. We do not Inherit habits of shav
Ink', wearing kimonos, three meuis a
day, plug hats, aUyscrupers, abhor
rence of pork, four wives, faith In Sun
day schools, or belief In higher edu
cation for women. We do Inherit par
ents who do not want us to dl.sxrace
them and who do their best to bring
us up In the way we ought to go.
Which ineiins that human Inheri
tance varies from ase to uge and cra
dle to cradle. Little the new-born
cares uhout a cllver spoon In his
mouth he Inherited the Imhlt of re
sponding to an empty stomach; or
w hether the rof over his head Is con-ix-r
or thatch he Inherited the habit
of crawling in out of the wet
To dcxcrlhe human adjustments In
terms of Instincts or analyze specific
human behavior or our own con
selonsnesa Into Instinctive acts, Is to
stir th mud. Human culture Is the
accumulated responses of the mau-un-Imal
to his man-made environment It
accumulates, It variex, became man
can and does talk. This seems a han
dicap at times, but In the long run It
has had Enormous consequences. With
out speech as iui organized tool of ex.
changing acquiring, and transmitting
experiences, human culture Is lncou
Life learns. An nnuhn probably
learns new triel.s nt Inln rent In orig
Inal protoplasm, Man also nni-t learn
We Inherit no nall-drlving habit.
We do not Inherit a motor mechanism
which feels good when functioning.
We took our tlrst lesson In driving a
nail when we hanged tiie rattle on
the side of the crib. Later, Mimull
of nails, hammer, soft pine, an en
vironment holding other stimuli to nc
tivlty; coiin'.h's rctlcx arcs, some nl
ready learned in responses to such
stimuli; thumb smashed, probably; but
the nail Is finally driven. And more
nails, and more, until finally the car
penter drives nails from force of hab
it like an Instinct.
It Is the first walk that Is the hard
est. The steps we acquire htter In
life are mere child's play compared
Willi the first step the child learns to
niuke. I'alanclng the body on one foot
on a wire rope Is only possible be
cause we learned first to balance the
body on a hall a half-Inch In diameter.
Po we learn these acts, or are they
Innate responses that appear In due
time? We know that the new born's
legs are not only weak, but are not yet
shaped for an upright gait, and that
Its spine hus not yet taken on human
curves; legs and spine grow human.
Several years elapse before they are
entirely human In character. lint they
are human enough to walk on within
twelve or fifteen months.
. The great, the essential, the refined,
the delicate movements are learned
within three years. That little" nie
chnnlsni grows tip with us. Through
out life we call upon It to run, to
swim, to climb,' to dance, to .'uttm, to
'hold em," to "knock 'em stl.T."
((P by Ocors A. Dorm'y.)
: HcU Diplomatic Poits
Four Presidents have been dlploi.ult
Ic representatives of the United States
prior to their Presidency. They nre:
James Monroe, who was appointed
minister plenipotentiary to Oreat I'.rlt-
I'nln" April' IS. IStW; John Quincy Ad
ams, vvho was appointed envoy extraor
dinary and minister plenipotentiary
I'elruary 'JS, Mo; Mnriin Van Tut'en,
who va.-4 appointed August 1, s:tl, as
rnv6y extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary, nnd James P.uehanan,
who was nppj'Jnji'd .envoy, -extraordinary
' iwd' nilplster plenipotentiary
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Cleanliness, but Hard
on Rest of the Outfit
After a 12-dny voyage we nrrii
at Ilrest, France, jn Julv. iis w
marched to the 1'ontannznn barracks
that afternoon. Our outfit was as
signed to two barracks, with a prom
Iso of a bath on Wednesday.
Water was very scarce there, and
At eacti emj of the barracks assigned
to us was a barrel of water for
I hnpirfmed to get ud about two
o'clock In the morning and leave the
narracKs. on my return I saw Mike
Connors In the barrel taking a hath,
I told him that he should have known
better, as the water was very scarce
there. He said he knew that, but he
really did need the bath and couldn't
wait any longer.
"We'll drink out of the other barrel
at the other end of the barracks,
then," I commented.
"I got my clothes in that one,"
Mike assured me.John J. Iioyle In
Hew York Telegram.
A struggle between an owl and the
engineer of an electric express train
has been reported at Llnkoeping, In
southern Sweden. The bird, probably
attracted by the headlights of the lo
comotive, burst against one cab win
dow and broke the glass. Well In
side, It sank Its claws Into the shoul
ders of the rnotorrnan and attacked
him with Its bill The engineer could
not leave his grip on the switch, and
a fierce battle ensued while the train
raced on Its way. At last the motor
man succeeded In strangling the bird,
which was an Unusually large speci
men. Pianos to Fit He-rtes
In order to transport pianos over
mountain trails or difficult roads, an
enterprising German manufacturer
has constructed a special type of the
Instrument, which permits It to be
carried on horseback. The piano has
a U-shaped lower section which fits
the animal. Other pianos are made
demountable so that they can be
transported In several packing cases
on the backs of mules, and assembled
on delivery, because the Instrument
would be ruined were It to be hauled
over many of the trails for hours,
and often days. In a cart drawn by
The Soviet Union has been recov
ering from the bottom of the Black
sea the metal parts of warships and
merchantmen sunk at various places
within the last twenty years. One
harbor Is expected to yield thousands
of tons of useful metal
Biblical Picture His Fort
Ilofmann, who pointed the famous
Christ In the Temple," was a Ger
man, born at Darmstadt In 1821 lie
died In 1002. Ills pictures owe their
popularity to hta Illustrative talent
and Ideal conceptions of Biblical
Tlx re are some persons, nearly all
of the female sex, who suffer from a
chronic rush of words to the mouth.
Art Always Admired
o toe smut to be knwtr and admind
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A caller on Elijah Harrlman,
South Warren, Maine, ninety-eight
years old, found hlra doing his share
of work and helping prepare the eve
ning meal. Ills eyesight, hearing and
memory are unimpaired. He said
to the visitor: "I remember the first
time I saw you; It was sixty years
Would you like to try
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Every familr has occasional need of a laxative,
but it should be a family laxative. One that can't
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When breath is bad or tongue coated. Or appetite
fails. Only a doctor knows the right ingredients.
Dr. Caldwell discovered the correct combination
years ago. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Tepsin combines
harmless herbs and pure senna. It starts muscular
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Read the proven directions for pain,
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Sally Do you mean von fonmt
you were to meet me here at six?
Sammy Well, ever since I nut
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my mind. Philadelphia Inquirer.
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r.niT K f r a t t i. er.
Ann's parents left her at her
grandmother's when they went East
last summer. The little girl seemed
quite contented for several days:
then one evening she wouldn't eat.
Her grandmother asked whether, she
was homesick. "No," she answered,
"I'm not, but my stomach wants' to
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