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The Palouse Republic
Palouse, Washington
July 1, 1921     The Palouse Republic
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July 1, 1921

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II I g' e Palous Rcpublle PAI,OUSE REPUBIA(~ ('.()MPA N Y. Ptlblishers C. F. BRO~VN Editor. tqnl;ere,l at the 0osl, orhce at F'ah,use '~ashln!t~Lon, as seconu-cla:~ ma~ter. SUBSCRIPTIONS: One Year ................. $2.00 Slx months ................ $1.00 Telephone Main d~ ]FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1921. II. G. Wells" Outline of History dean is,~ wilb the beginin~c ol~ languages, Says Mr. Wells: "The first languages . were probably small collections at words; riley consisted of interjec- li()liS ;llld IIl)lll},q Prr)bably {he IIOIIllS w(,I.. SlJllt in dilfel'ell [ intonatioli to c~nvey di~erenl nieanings. /f Pataeo- Iitliie lllall had u aA'ord for 'horse'op 'hear' he probably showed by rune ,)i" ~OSlllre o,'hotber he meant'bear' ]~ conling,' 'bear i,: goin~.' 'bear is to nt. ht)nlc~d." tit!or laas been her~ " 'bear ).. delld, q.,ar did tbis." and so on. (Hlly ver3 ~h)wly did the human mind - ,t(-~olo ) iliethods of indicating aetiort >n,i l'elationsbil~ ill a formal manner. Probably liieli did hal indulge in tios*- dnys in (,oiiversathin or descrip- lJoil FN)r tmrrative I)urposes the)' dalli:t~d and acted rather thi)ll 17oh!. The ~.Towlb of Sl)eecb wag at lir.,4t a very sh)\v 1)l-Ol,.os~ illdef4d alld gralu- maticld iorlllS aild lhe oxpr@ssion of livl r/#('l idi-~lis illay have come very I~,le ti/ hiililali Ilislt)ry. lierhaps oriiv {ltll I)r ~'t fi li ~ellera llOTls a I~EO." ~llCll v'us llie bvg'ililiiil ()f htllnali 181i- j'tlaKt" ae,:ordin~ to Ihe conclusions of scioiic(~ or ..%lr. Well>q. The Fhilld@r #'l)llt.l'~iry rl) t.~i~l~'l/I 'ttpll]lOli I)illl!{..~ c:inllOl h,nd all unending stream of II',l)il(!V. 'l'be b:Alik is re'lily lhe guar- di~l) of the liquhl wealtb of any eOlll- )litiliily. q'he t)allk intlst see lhat thisl . lllt)nt2v IV available at the call of ii~ nients, qndeed, hardly