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T H E FA LLS C ITY N EW S.
THE WEEK IN HISTORY
Monday. 22.—Washington born.
Tuesday. 23. — Bishop Vincent
Wednesday, 24.—Arizona terri
Thursday, 25.—Devere, Earl of
Essex, beheaded, 1601.
Friday. 26.—Victor Hugo born,
Saturday. 27.—Longfellow born,
Sunday, 28.—Indian massacre in
A raw potato cut in half will
clean marks off black material.
A black serge garment can be
made spotless and as new, if
washed in potato water.
If black cashmere aprons are
washed in cold water with a little
soap, then rinsed in plain cold
water and hung in the air to dry,
they will keep a very good color.
Warm water will turii them a
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
Cut the blossom end off from
good cooking apples. Remove
the core with an apple-corer and
fill the cavity with broken wal
nut or pecan meats. Sprinkle a
spoonful of sugar over the top of
each apple, place in a baking pan
with a little water and bake until
tender but not out of shape.
Before serving, press into each
apple, three or four candied
be especially fond of nipping the
Doings At The Capitol k e a '• k s t a t k k o b s a c k
loose ends of one's anatomy.
Stenography, too, w as invented
(C u n tin U e d fro m page I )
No. 1. 7 1-2 ncres adjoining
in March 1817. We have se»n
Falls City on County road. Good
437. by Blanchard Provides that all
stenographers who looked like
7-room house, city water; ham
mill feed ahull bn sold by weight.
they might have been invented
1107, by Hunt ItcKulutluu sale of and chicken park; young orchard
before their machines, but ot milk uml cream.
.14?, by Homo—To cotill el hospital in liearing, small fruit All fenced
course we didn’t mention it to »»social inn« who withhold employes' and 3J aerea in cultivation. No
them. Stenography is a wondr- wages to account for money as collect waste land. Time on part.
cd to labor commissioner.
ful thing for a busy business man
IIS by Morion county delegation
No. 2. HO acre« mountain land,
so long as he does not permit its Provides for drainage districts through
cooperation of farmers.
11 mile« out on County road. 25
wonders to detain him at the of Senate Bill« In Hands of Governor but
acres in cultivation, 20 acre« big
fice after business hours.
not yel Signed.
| second-growth fir. Good 6-room
The possession of Alaska is an
149 by committee on roods and high
ways to gUc county courts power to house, barn, outbuilding«. Fruit,
other worth while event credited reject
contractor's bids cu bridge work and berriea; 126 prune tree«. Al
to March. Uncle Sam bought and perform wurk under direction of
so, good team, wagon, harness
Alaska for a paltry seven million superintendent.
110. by Mi outers Kcgsdule and Stew and some household good«.
dollars, and now anyone can go art—To exempt state institutions from
up there and kick that much out eight
lt)4, by Smith (Josephine!—To en
No. 3. 36 acres near town. 16
of any mountain side. The great able pliiumaclsts registered In other
cultivation. Good 8-room house
drawback to going to Alaska to
212—To remove from registration barn and henhouse. Bearing or-
accumulate wealth is that you lists mimes of untiutui allaed persons
cannot bring it back with you. to conform with constitutional amend chard. Some good second-growth
It costs more gold than any man
2« 7. by Mobcr—To declare It unnec fir. Time on part.
No. 4. 10 acres i mile from
can carry to buy a ticket buck to essary for attorney general to give
opinions to private Individuals.
the United States. And. since
all fenced, 8} in cultivation,
217 by Perkins To require assess
,i:i,I t.'.v collet tois to get tax tutor 6-room house partly finished, good
there are no movies or baseball oia
ui.ituni from lax commlsalon.
games in Alaska, one cannot
IS7. by Hollis slid Vinton—To speci barn. Can be bought at a bar
fy manner In which county courts may gain.
spend his wealth while abiding distribute
roud district funds.
these, so for the present it prob
x, by Hollis To provide for trans
No. 6. 160 acres in Lincoln Co.,
property to the state
ably will be just as well to remain
P. .■>. by Smith it'oos and fu rry )—To 6 miles from railroad, on County
at home and see how much mon provide i edlstrtetlug of county roads road. Small cabin and barn; 4
September of each year.
ey you can accumulate for the; lit 215.
by Kelluher—To permit the sale acres in cultivation and 00 more
of game flab Imported from other can be cultivated. 360 3-year old
O, what has become of the old-
Who didn’t talk back to his pa?
And what has become of the girl
—such a joy
Who didn’t know more than
They have wandered away: they
have gone hand in hand.
With the parents who mounted
Those old-fashioned parents who
used to demand
went dead and his
A little respect from their kids.
he lost hi-« cow
in a poker game, then a cyclone
came on a summer’s d*y and
WISE OR OTHERWISE
A true friend will criticize'your blew his house and barn a.vay. I
An earthquake came when they
If a man is truly great he lives were gone and swallowed the
ground the house was on; the tax j
to forget about it.
then came ‘round and
Many an orator makes his best
for the hole in the
point when he comes to a stop.
People can enjoy living close to
nature if they don’t have to.
Why would it not be a good
M A IICH
i lea to make England a present
We used to say that if March t
of a few hundred of our latest
came in like a lion it w ould goi
official flags? She may be using
out like a lamb.
old ones without the regulation
Revised version: If March ap
number of stars on them.
proaches like a suffragette it w ill
die as camly as the husband of
But, taking her by and large,
To insure a rich, brown color,
is some month. She is
brush pie crust with cream.
a wild, gleeful girl,
To get the greatest possible
amount of juice from a lemon, scampering hither and yon with
heat it thoroughly before using. no one even imagining what to
Use porcelain jars for cooking expect of her next. Her chang
acid fruits and they can be put ing skies, her warmth and cold,
away in the dish without danger will most of us with grippe un
fold. She tantalizes with her
of metal poison.
When ivory knife handles be smiles, from our winter clothes
come discolored, rub them with a beguiles us 'til we take them off,
piece of lemon dipped in salt, and then she makes us hike them
then wash immediately in warm on again. She bids the sleeping
daisies come and bask beneath her
A sure way to prevent eggs soothing sun, but scarcely have
from sticking to the pan or break they left their beds until, with
ing is to add a spoonful of flour frost, she nips their heads.
to the grease in which they are
Among important events cred
ited to the month wa3 the inven
After you have used all the tion of the circular saw, in 1780,
ham that will cut nicely from the since which time the number of
bone, and after chipping the re fingers have decreased prorata
maining meat for frizzled ham, with the increase in population.
boil the bone with cabbage
A circular saw probably is the
— ♦ —
Boiling water will remove tea
or coffee stains and many fruit
stains if poured over them before
any soap is used.
most reckless and inconsiderate
aparatus as was ever placed be
fore a trusting workman
anything into it and it will wade
through with a song of wild de
light. They seem, however, to
— — *—
A SERIOUS ERROR
Letter received by a Georgia
“ Dear ser: I don’t want this
sorter licents. I tho i was gettin
a Marridge licents, sumbudy sent
me to m.--------and sed would
gimme a licents, mandy was so
mad when i got back w ith this
here huntin licents she would not
have Me. she sed i didn’t have
sents anuff to get marridge lic
ents, so she ups and runs off with
bill johnson and i Am in a hel of
a fixt. i wants my muney back
unless this hear licents will k t
me shoot bill johnson.
yours most truly.
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FF.B., 27, 1915
224. by Perklua—To fix time limit
for preparing assessment rolls for tax
ing district-« at last day of February
245, by committee on revision of
laws To provide annual report of
trustees holding funds within state of
tit. by Moser —To prevent manufac
ture of mattresses from old clothing
2*3, by l.aF ollelt—To suthurtse the
county courts to appoint fruit Inspect
13, by Murlou county delegation— To
abolish state accounting system
286, by committee on agriculture -
To exempt owner of animal that does
damage ou property of another unless
that property Is fenced.
27«. by committee on medicine—To
require that applicants for physician
or surgeon's licenses be graduates ot
*4. by Moser—To provide for dtstrl
buttou of school tuition funds by coun
56. by lUngham—To- limit Increase
In tax levy In any one year to 6 per
cent over levy of preceding year
164. by Moser—To authorise attach
Blent of insurance money tn liability
and Indemnity cast's.
123. by Kiddle—To enable corpora
lions to elect directors for three-year
terms and to rotate In office.
237. by committee ou Judiciary—To
protect owner of property from me
banks' liens against contractors on
85 by Moser—To provide one-year
certificates for school teacher».
142. by Bingham— To give home
manufacturers 5 per cent preferential
In public contracts.
160. by Smith (Coos and Curry)—To
change name of railroad commission
to public service commission
312—To make appointees In state of
flees and departments subject to re
nioval by power that appointed them
155—To prevent state employes to
travel outside the state on official bus
iness without pe’.m it from the gover
243, by Hollis — 1 0 exempt one party
of divorced coup's i cm criminal pro
ceedlngs for failure to support other
party if other party has been given
custody of children.
279, by Yamhill delegation—To give
commander In-chlef of Oregon nation
al guard power to remove commls
stoned officers for cause
251. by committee on consolidations
—Consolidating office of stute engl
ueor ami slate highway engineer.
255, by committee on consolidations
—To make state engineer appointive
Instead of elective officer.
264, by committee on flax industry—
Appropriating 425,000 for promotion of
flax Industry and Installation of flax
plant at slate penitentiary.
121,-by Perklua—F qutring payment
of at least 2 per cent Interest on all
county funds held by bunks.
152, by committee ol penal Institu
lions—Appropriating 4*10,000 for a IT
300. by JudldaBy committee—To
commodation of boys between ages ol
10 and 16 at slate training school
make theft of fixtures from bouse or
3)0, by Von der Hellen—To fix width
of all county roads at 60 feet unless
otherwise ordered by petition, but In
no case less than 30 feet or more than
$100 R e w a rd , $100
No. 11. 130 acre ranch, 60
acres in cultivation, 25 in timber
balance slashed. 12 acres in hops.
Gool house and hop house, barn
and other outbuildings.
No. 12. 17 acres, 10 in cultiva
tion, 5 room house, barn and
chicken house. T w o springs,
water piped to house, hot and cold
water and bath. 6 acres in young
orchard. 2 acres big second
growth fir. Spring affords water
sufficient to irrigate onehalf of
the land. This land lays just out-
side of the city limits of Falls
City. A bargain.
No. 13. 12 acres 11 miles from
town, all under fence and in culti
vation; 8-room house and barn.
This place can be sold one-third
cash, purchaser to assume mort
gage now on the place. Can give
you a bargain.
For further information, call on
or write to
D. L Wood.
Falls City, Oreg.
T b s r e a d e r s o f t h i s p a p e r will
teased to le a rn t h a t th e r e Is a t le a s t o n s
ro ad « d d is e a s e t h a t sc ie n c e h a s heen
ab le to c u re In a ll Its s ta g e s , a n d t h a t la
C a ta r r h . H a ll's C a ta r r h C u re te th e o n ly
p o sitiv e c u r e now k n o w n to th e m ed ical
f ra te r n ity . C a ta r r h b e in g a c o n s titu tio n a l
d ise a se , re q u ire s a c o n s titu tio n a l t r e a t
m e n t. H a ll's C a ta r r h C u re Is ta k e n In
te r n a lly , a c tin g d ire c tly upon th e blood
an d m u c o u s s u r f a c e s o f th e sy s te m , th e r e
b y d e s tro y in g ih e fo u n d a tio n o f th e dis
ease, an d g iv in g th e p a tie n t s tr e n g th b y
b u ild in g u p th e e o n e tltu tlo n an d a s s is tin g
n a tu r e In d o in g Its w o rk . T h e p ro p rie to rs
h a v e so m u c h f a ith In I ts c u r a tiv e pow
e r s th a t th e y o tte r O n e H u n d re d D o llars
f o r a n y r a s e t h a t It fa lls to c u re . Send
f o r list o f te s tim o n ia ls ,
ad d reee Y J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all D ru g g ists, 75c.
T ak e f la il's fa m ily Ptlla fo r co n stip a tio n .
English walnut trees. Good spring
that would furnishs fine water
power. School I mile, 8* month
term with contract for two more
years. This will make an ideal
stock and dairy ranch and can be
bought at a bargain. Terms.
No. 6. 163 acres near town.
Good house and barn. Will sell
all or divide to suit buyer.
No. 7. Good 7-room house and
8 lots in city. Strawberries, lo
ganberries, gooseberries, apples
and pears. A bargain.
No. 8. Two good 8-room houses
and lots, some fruit trees with
one. These arc among the most
desirable residences in the city.
They are of modern construction
and desirably located. Reasona
ble terms on part if desired. Will
sell one or both.
No. 9. 20 acres J miles from
town. Good 6-room house and
outbuildings. 16 acres in cultiva
tion; l i acres in apples, 2 \ acres
in (teaches, cherries, pears and
strawberries. Plenty of wood for
No.'ID- Six lota 50x150, three
room house, hen house, some fruit
and strawberries. Cash and term».
Notice to Eletrlc Light Users
All persons owing the Falls City
Electric Light Co. for service prior
to April 1, 1914, will please pay
the amount to D. L. Wood at The
Walter L. Tooie, Jr., Lawyer,