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THE FALLS CITY NEWS. MARCH 20, 1018
BRING YO U R JOB P R IN T IN G
T H E N E W S O FFICE
You I)o Not Need to Send Away
W e A r e P re p a re d T o D o I t
And Know How
Our Efforts W ill be to Please
In Quality and Price. : : :
F A L L S C IT Y
N EW S.
MIND YOUR BUSINESS
By Hiram Wallace
concert that the greatest good can
be accomplished. Mr. Farmer,
you who read this, are you mind-
B U LL
lnH«m»d by Rad SwtaUr,
Pursues Mar to Trolley.
Houldar, Tolo The prcsoUco o f ml ml
and prompt action of I .»try l o t . a
motorniRn o f n IHniver aud Intcrurbno
car out o f llouldcr. savtnl Kdltti la ir
from d oitli or acrloyu Injury.
WcarlutC h red sweater Miss Fair,
who Is housemaid at the home o f
No. 1. 7 1-2 acres adjoining
fran k Anderson, uu the ciisteni limits
o f the city, started for the Junction to Falls City on County rood. Gtaxl
Intercept the car to lV io e r.
While 7-room hmise, city water; barn
hurry I to; across a vacant lot she heard
and chicken park; young orchard
the bellowing o f a big bull.
One glance was autUcleut to warn in bearing, small fruit. All fenced
Miss f a ir that she was the object o f and 3) acres in cultivation.
attraction o f the maddened animal.
waste land. Time on part.
The terrified woman tied toward the
railway track with the enraged beast
acres mountain land.
not more than fifty yards behind tier.
County road. 26
The Interurbnn car nt this momeut
shot around the curve, hut a short acres in cultivation, 20 acres big
Motorman Kox was second-growth fir. Good 5-room
quick to see the young woman's dan
house, barn, outbuildings. Fruit,
gor. and lifter turning o(T the current
and applying the brakes jumped from ami berries; 123 prune trees.
the veatlbule. «d ie d her by the wrist so, good team, wagon, harness
and lifted her to the car utmost nt the
and some hojsehold goods.
same Instant the animal brushed
give time on part.
against the coach.
MUs Fair, who bad fainted when the
No. 3. 36 acres near town. 16
exeltment was over, was soon revived,
in cultivation, (.¡cod 8-iootn house
but postponed her trip to Denver.
August Harding, the owner o f the | b a n i an d henhouse
bull, say» he has never known the
animal to act unruly before, uud at
tributes Its antics to the red sweater fir. Time on part.
Miss Fair was wearing.
one. Those are among the
desirable residences in the city.
They are o f modern construction
anti desirably located. Reasona
ble terms on part if desired. Will
sell one or both.
No. 9. 20 acres j miles from
town. Gu«l 6-room house ami
outbuildings. 15 acres in cultiva
tion; 1} acres in apples, 21 acres
in |teaches, cherries, pears und
strawberries. Plenty o f wood for
No. 10- Six lots 50x150, three
room house, hen house, some fruit
and strawberries. Cash ami terms.
No. 11. 130 acre ranch, tit)
acres in cultivation, 25 in tiini>er
balance slashed. 12 acres in hops.
Goo I house» und hop house, barn
and other outbuildings.
I believe that the farmers in all
parts o f the country pay too much ingr - our__usinesa-
attention to other peoples’ busi
No. 4. 1U acres } mile from
No. 12. 17 acres, 10 in cultiva
ness and not enough to their own.
town; all fenced, 8} in cultivation, tion, 5 room house, ham and
Being a little short o f material WOODPECKER ROBS A TOWN.
The farm er must understand that
j fi-room house partly finished, good chicken house. T w o springs,
his farm is a manufacturing plant this week we asked the devil to Causes Short Circuit Resulting In E«- | barn, Can l>e bought at a bar
water |>i|>ed to house, hot and cold
and that he is a business man the write us a short article against
cessive Water Bill.
water ami hath, fi acres in young
llwuco, Wash. —A wuoJpeekcr is
same as any other individual who the use of slang. He did. Here
No. 5. 160 acres in Lincoln Co., orchard. 2 acres big second
bluinod for taiga additions to llwaco's
is engaged in turning out a finish it is:
bill for pumping city water
5 miles from railroad, on County growth fir. Spring affords water
I f there is anything that gets
ed or partly finished product.
The contract for tilling the municipal
road. Small cabin anti ham; 4 sufficient to irrigate onehalf o f
Farming therefore is a business. our Nanny it is the use o f slang. reservoir Is let to a power company
in cultivation and fit) more the land. This land lays just out
It needs attention and a lot of it if Some guys spi'l so much of that
engineer when the required depth of can l»e cultivated. 350 3-vear old side o f the city limits o f Falls
the plant is to be efficient and the kind of dope that it is hard to get water bns beeu provided.
English walnut trees. Good spring City. A bargain.
For some months the bill bus W-en
product is to be marketed for wise to their spiel. Kids should
regarded as excessive and tbe number that would furnishs fine water
No. 13. 12 acres 1J miles from
what it is worth. But the far m er: be put next bv their parents that o f hours required dally to fill the basin
power. School j mile. 8 month town, all under fence and in culti
is not minding his own business. I slang
is on the Fritz and should has varied to u marked degree.
term with contract for two more vation; 8-room house and ham.
Investigation has placed the blame
He lets another man make the ought to be cutout. I f I had a
years. This will make un ideal This place can be sold one-third
prices—fix the rates he is to re- kid that couldn ’t put over straight
chose one wire for a perch and with stock and dairy ranch and can he
cash, purchaser to assume mort
ceive for the output o f his plant, stuff I would wallop the lining out Its tall touching the other wire made
bought at a bargain. Terms.
gage now on the place. Can give
The fellows in the cities, the stock- of the lobster. Skirts are shines, a short circuit so that the eugluecr's
No. 6. 153 acres near town. you a bargain.
yards men, the warehouse men. proper, when it comes to slang,
by the woodpeckers rest rather than
Good house and barn. Will sell
the cold-storage men. the commis- They
think that mercy, and I the depth o f water provided.
For further information, call on
all or divide to suit buyer.
sion men, the butter, milk, cheese should say not are real tough,
or write to
and egg men. these are the per- The Boss is a dish of prunes when WIRE NETTING ON PALACE.
No. 8. Two good 8-room houses
D. L. Wood,
sons who fix the prices the farm er it comes to slang. He bawW me
and lots, some fruit trees with
Falls City, Dreg.
Royal London Home Protected From
i ^ to receive and the prices the re out to a fare ye well and I am in
A'S ial Attack.
tailers are to pay. And you may Dutch from the time 1 come on
London T h n o r t h wing o f But U
FALLS CITY MARKET REPORT
b> sure that between these two the job till haying time in the Ingbam paluce Is now being covered
Flour, pet sack $1 75 to $2.00
prices there is a comfortable pro- evening. This is the first tlmig 1 with a wire netting ubout twenty feet
above ibo roof. This is tbe wing con
per pound 25-cent*
fit for the man in the middle al- have ever wrote and if it don't taining the living apartments o f the
pound 22 cents
though all that he does is to stand show up in the rag I will know it royal family.
per pound Ifi-cfiitsj
there between the two extremes
been placed in the neigbltorhood o f the
Choice Dairy butter 8l)-eents;
of the transaction. Bat that is
palace, one having liecn set up In the
Roll t>0 cents.
center o f Green park In the last week.
his business and he is attending to
ATH LETIC SPORTS IN THE
Creamerv, per pound 40 cents;
it. So he get3 off at Prosperity
ing over the palace there are at least
a half dozen guns whic h would open
Flggs. per dozen 20-centa
Suppose that all the farmers in
fire upon It.
Coffee, per pound 20 to 45 cents
Additional preparations are being
each district were organized. who has a secret longing to come
under the eye o f a scout from the made almost every day to tight air
Sugar, 13-p >und for $1.00
Suppose that they followed the
big leagues, ought to have The ships over London
Beans, small white, per pound
While many o f the art treasures lu
plan of the Florida or the Califor Youth’s Companion, and read the
nia fruit growers. Things would articles on baseball and other sports the museums have been removed to
places o f greater safety, there have
Lard, per 5-lb pail 85-cente, per
be different. But it is hard to on !he Boys’ Page. Some o f these been vigorous co m p la in ts in some news
10-lb pail $1.65.
make the average farm er under are illustrated with moving pictures papers that valuable pictures, sculp
w i l l h e l p y o u , a s they
per pound 1 3-4 cents
stand thi3. He will listen to the o f pitchers and other players taken tures or objects o f art should still re
have h elp e d others.
main exposed to the possibility of
arguments o f reform ers and take in action, so that one can follow aerial attuclc on the galleries.
Good for a ll k in d s of piin.
Wheat, per husliel $1 80
a day off to vote for this; or that every motion o f a "crack” player
Used to relieve Neuralgia, Head
Bran, per sack $1.15
ache. Nervousness, Rheumatism.
freak law to prohibit something even better than with the eye. This
Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago.
that does not affect him a t all and
Companion. I f you don’t know whrt i
that, therefore is not his business.
it is like, the publishers will send SP<>U*«* Accuse Two Workman «t Jail
Stomachache, Carsickness, Irri
But he will spend no time to come
of Being “ Honor Prisoner*.*
tability and for pain in any part
you sample copies. The Companion
Alfalfa meal, per 100-lbs $1 75
into town to attend a m eeting that
Racine. Wls.—Tw o men Pinplo.ivi at
of the body.
13 $2.00 a year,— 52 weekly issues,—
the courthouse quit their Jobs be.M ise
bears directly on hi1* business—
I have used Dr. M iles A n ti-Ta in
and gives more reading than any they did not wish to be classed as
T'llls wln*n troubled with headache,
farming. He will vc.te for a con monthly at double the price.
end And that o n . pill Infallibly
"honor roll" Jail prisoner*. Tbe ui-'u
e ffect« relief In a very short time
stitutional amendme nt to prohibit
had sought employment at the court
Notice is hereby given to whom
I sm conaldcr ih lr affected with
TH E YO U TH ’S COMPANION.
i house because they had been laid off at
the use of cigarettes , for instance,
m lgla in the head at tim e«, and
142 Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass,
factories. Their wives, reading an ne-
And the A n tt-P aln n ils o f much
when the chances a re that neither
The Dr. M iles' Remedies
New Subscriptions Received at this count o t ,,lp employment of "honor1 opened by the County Court o f
beyond comparison and I m orn
he nor any member o f his family
j prisoners at tbe courthouse, accused Polk County, Oregon, on Thurs
mend them to all m y frien d s."
their husband* of being under deten- day the 8th day o f April 1915 at
U B O R O B C O I/ IA T B ,
use3 cigarettes. So he is not
21* Oakland St., San Antonio, Tex
• .Ion by the sheriff, (’ natile to convince
minding his own: business. His
A t all druggists. 25 d ote. 25c. ,
Good house for sale in Falls the women to the contrar\ ttiey were
business is to raitje the best grain,
forced to resign
putting in the bunkers at Falls
M IL E S M E D IC A L CO.. Elkhart. Ind.
vegetables, fruit, poultry or stock
City, Oregon, o f 3500 yards o f
that he can; to see that he is pro office.
rock more or less, according to
Notice to Eletric Light Users
Correspondents wanted in every
vided with a cheap and sure
specifications on file in the office
A ll persons owing the Falls City o f the County Judge. Also for
means o f getting tht >se products to neighborhood in this section ot tiie
O V E R 63 V E A R S '
Electric Light Co. for service prior hauling and delivering same on
market and to get the best poss country.
I to April 1, 11114, will please pay County road at points to be de
ible price at the mar ket place. He
T h era Is more C stsrrh In this section o f the amount to D. L. Wood at The
cannot do therse things by acting the
signated by the Court.
country than all oth er diseases put
and until the last fe w years News office.
independently. H e and his neigh- was supposed
The Court reserves the right
to be Incurable For a great
m any years doctors pronounced It a local
b o r s must, get together, act disease
reject any and all bids
and prescribed local remedies, and
y constantly fa llin g to cure with local
Walter L. Tooie, Jr
t r a d e m a r k s
together and stick together. It b treatm
By Order o f County Court,
ent, pronounced It Incurable. Sci
D e s ig n s
has proven Catarrh to be a constl- Dallas, Oregon.
may be admitted
that some ence
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
tuUonal disease, and th erefo re requires
Anyone Hen ding n aketrh end deaertntton may
treatm ent. H a ll’s Catarrh
quickly ascertain our opinion fre e w hether an
farmers are awakening to the constitutional
List yeur farm land with D. L
Cure, m anufactured by F. J. Cheney &
____ Mon la
iNOBOOK on Patent#
at rlct l f confident lai.
fact that t hey are business men tional cure on the market. I t Is taken In Wood at the News office.
F’ur Rent— Dwelling house. A p flout, free. Oldeat agency for I «ecuring
t o. re t fiv e
I'afenta taken through Munti
and are cor ducting tht :ir plants as spoonful. I t acts directly on the blood
Get your butter wrappers print
if they wei e business .institutions. o ffer one hundred dollars fo r any case It ed at the News office.
Fixtra copies of The News are
But the gi eat m ajority o f these falls to cure. Send fo r circulars and tes
A handflomely II loot rated weekly. I,argent cir
each week, and w ill be sent
culation o f any aclentlflc Journal. Temi a, f I a
rear ; four montba, $1. Hold by all newadoalara.
producers are just headlining to Address: » . J C H E N E Y A CO , Toledo, O. nice large garden. Apply to News to any address desired, postpaid,
Sold by Druggists, 75c,
realize tha t it is only by acting in Take B ali's Family PUls for constipation.
for 5 cents per copy.
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