9 THE FALLS CITY NEWS A PK! I- 10 , 11 * 1 ?» prof egg to nal carte üfyr JFaÜH (City Nrimi I'll YSllTAN D. L WOOD h SON. Publish«**. Kotor*»? at •»«'ond-ctfttt moil at tit* poolerfir* at r»N| City. Polk t'oanty. Otago«. wk!*r th* Ait of IVayroo« of klarvb 3. 1ST». Ttltphsne N«»i Off!«, *3. Subscription Rat**: On« yaar. HOP; aix month*, SO cant*: thro« month*, ¿t cants, aingl* copy, g eta. AdrarlDing Rat*» Pi»p:»T, 15 t . n l u n Inch Rmln«*» N o tte» 5 cent» » line Por Sete, Reni, ttaehang». Want end F a r Eniartalnm an» No- • ce». S et». » line Card ef Thanlra M e t t i .» « , Notte»» te t ti rete» L'opr lor new »de >nd ahange» »hould b* te st to Th» N»w» noi 1»t»r th tn Wednaaday. OFFICIAL DIBECTOBY OF FALLS CITY P K R ubbtid. Mayor. T P Hollowel). Councilm tn t t l .t r « » Phillip Gottfreid H. C. Brown Alb«rt Te»l Councilmen A. ham peon. C. L. Ropkint. R A. Tltut. 6 . O. Clement. Auditor and Poll- # Judge »Valter L. Too»» Jr.. City Attorn»», W. P Lewi». Marahal and W ater Bupt. M. L. Thompaon. Tr»a»urer J : J . Sammons. Engineer Dr. P. M. Hellwarth. Health Officer. 1 b* Council meet* In r»«ul»r te u to n oil th» flr»t • nd third Tuesday night» of »»oh m onth, e t 7 SO o'clock. In th* office ol th» Pall» Clip New» S a t u r d a y , A p r il 10. 1915 ELECTRIC LIGHT FRANCHISE P . M. H E L L W A R T H PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Beginning April 1 s t Office on« door ol P. O. puh ! otite» »ml u . ____ u u u Haaldauc* I noliti JBH Fall» City, Oregon We Will Sell »110111000 carte l-Pound Royal Club Coffee HOTEL .f a lls Œ itçlb o tel Sam ple Room» for 35c, or ■ e e l A t« o m m e » itl» n i F 3-Pound Can For $1.00 O reep e, Prop rieto r HAHi.KH s u o r* hurry up and try it as this offer lasts but 30-days. Falls City Lumber Company Store The question of granting a fran chise to the electric light company will soon come before the council. This is a m atter that should be given careful consideration and not passed hurriedly. A franchise usually runs for a long term of years and any mistake in granting term s might prove to he a calam ity. The average councilman 40 acres near Independence. $1. F. R. Hedrick t<* E. W . Bai nes, knows but little regarding such m atters and in good faith might q. c. cL T racts Nos. 105, 106 .in Broadmead. $10. do the wrong thing. J . P. Anderson to Anna E. An- 1 derson, his wife, q.c.d. 18.71 acres WILSON PROSPERITY ON THE WAY sw of Dallas. T 8 S R 6 W. $10. That there were exactly 25 J . F. Draper to Percy H. San more hoboes on 11:57 south bound derson. w. d. All sec. 11 and sw Southern Pacific train last night 1 sec 7 T 10 S R 8 W. $10. than there were passengers was S. H. Tetherow, wf. to Claud W ashington.—An exchange of letter» the declaration this morning, of Hoisington. w. d. 40.47 acres in T between President Wilson nml two Ut Constable Catlin. “ We decided 9 S R 5AV. $10. ile Height 1« In Brussels, In which the to check up just for curiosity” thanked the president for A. F. Courier and wf. to Claud children food sent by American* and the presi said the constable. ‘ The count Hoisington, q.c.d. 40.47 acres T 9 dent expn-ssed his appreciation of disclosed the facts that there S R 5 W . $1 their gratitude, has been mude known were fifty hoboes on top, along the at the W hite House The children, G. W. Patterson and wf to J. M. sides and underneath the train, Chappell, w f, q.c.d. 84.67 acres in twins, nine years old, wrote: D ear Mr. W ilson—T han k you very m uch while there were only twentyfive T 6 S R 5 W . $50. for th e g o a t bread. T he poor people In our v illag es wi re starv in g , fo r they have passengers.—Albany Herald. Chas.A. Robertson to Mabel E. nothing to eat, but now th a t you have Bodecker, deed, lot 18 blk 16 in sen t o v er tw our d e a r little coun try a big' provision o f w heat, bot h rich and poor King wood Park. $375. can live—th» nka to th e 'A m erlcane. b est POLK COUNTY REAL ESTATE Fred E. Seachrist, wf, to L H, love and wl» hea from little PU S S Y D E 8 P O E L B E R C H . Rice, w. d. 8,39 acres sec 34 T 6 S TRANSFERS Pussy's brother added, "I Join In R 5 W. $587. Realty transfers recorded for week with my «lister In thanking you. too. Oscar H ayter and wf, to B. F. for It If* Jolly good bread, enough to ending April ¡7. 1915, reported by Wells, w f, w.d. lots 10, 11, 12 blk satisfy any schoolboy's hunger." SIBLBY & EVKIN, Abstracters. 515 12, City View add to Dallas. $125 In regdy the president sent this let Court Street. Dallas, Oregon. Christina E. Fellows to J . C. ter In .bisaown handwriting: Ernest E. Rowe, wf to Joseph 0 . My Da or L ittle F rie n d s—Y our letter Michalaon, wf. W. D. lots 1, 2, 3,4. 5 Tracy, w. d. lot D blk 9 Miller’s touclsed rnc v e ry deeply, and I th an k you Lacreole Homestead add to Dallas for It wV.th :<tl m y h eart I t m ak es m e very btk B 1st add to Falls City. $10 happy 4 o thbak th a t w h at generou* A m er $600. Beauregard Tartar, to Frank ican.! hav e do tie to relieve the hunger M. M. Diel, wf, to A. R. Rich and distresai In you r co u n try has brought Scheytbe, w. d. ten acres near Airlie ardson, wf. q.c.d. 55 acres south you th e h elp you needed and given you $1000, a IB tie hat gilne»» 1° O '" m idst of those of Independence. $1. te rrib le d a y « of w ar. I hope th a t you L.A. Hecker, wf. to Joseph Lewis, win grow u p to be atro n g to do the work M.W. Mix, wf, to B. M. and w. d. 121.03 acres in T 10 S R 4 W. th a t will tuiMc to be done In th e day» of Eliza Estes, w. d, lots 3, 4 blk 15 peaoe tb&t « r e com ing. I t would be a near Suver,$10. pleasure- to m e if som e day I m ight Hill’s town of Independence. $1500 greajt see you both when th ose happier tim es W. P. Harris, wf, to John Bird w. hawe com e. 1 'o u r sin cere friend, d. lot 2 blk 3 and lot 2 blk 5, City W OODROW W ILSO N . View add. to Dallas. $1. * 20,000 ACRES TO COLLEGE. Byron B. Bradley, wf to C.D, Wal SLIPPERS FOR HIS BURIAL lace. wf. w. d. lot 11 Strong Fruit And a Mountain Peak to th» Govern- me«t Left by J . A. Battait. Wanted Cot rrt ortable Footwear and Tract No. 1. 14.49 acres. $»100. Middlebury, VL—A tract of more (lu ilt In Coffin. Ira C. Powell, Trustee to P. H. than 20,000 acres of forest Innd In this Los Angel ds , Cal.—In case he was Johnson, q. c. d. lot 8 blk 3 in Out state Is bequeathed to Middlebury col murdered $ r,000 was to he tnken from Lot 5, Monmouth. $1. lege. to be preserved as a forest park his estate to aid in hunting his slayers. Alice Foster, h'd. to Ira C. Powell, forever, under the will of the late Jo This wns t’ae provision E. F. Kellner, Arlzonn bn ntapr and pioneer, who died q. c. d. S 1-2 of SE 1-4 Sec. 34, T. 8 seph H. Batted. Mr. Battell, who was publisher of In Venice, OaL. made in his will. 5 R 5 W. $ 1 . the Middlebury Register, wa* greatly In givin g mbiute directions as to the Ira C. Powell to N. E. and Alice Interested In forest preservation and method o f tils burl«I Kellner directed Foster, q. c. d. S 1-2 of SE 1-4 Sec 34 had been acquiring virgin timber lands that a coffin be^iecured of copiier from for more than forty years. T 8 S R 5 W . $1. Globe, /iriz., wtiere he resided many A mountain In Lincoln and Warren, years: *£hnt he lie dressed In a gray P. H. Johnson, wf. to E. E. and one of the highest peaks In the state, Elizabeth Rake, w. d. lot 8 blk 3 Out Is given to the United States govern suit nnd com fortable slippers and cov ered wlf h a quilt without decoration. lot 5 in Monmouth. $250. ment Rufus M. Smith, wf. to Lelia Bak The town o f Middlebury receives two er, q. e. d. part lot 6 blk 7 in Mon large tracts of land for park purpose* HAVE. FLOWN U 16,000 MILES and a fund of $9,000 for park mainte mouth. $1. F r a n c ia A ir | glen In 10,000 Reeonnois* nance. S. E. Hambleton. wf, to L. P. Gil The landa bequeathed to the college ■ i n c c s H a v t Lost Heavily, Paris.—An official statement giving more w. d 'lo t 7 blk 7 and part of lot He along the crest of the Green moun tains and extend Into three counties statisti cs coi n-rulng the aerial flights 6 blk 7 in Monmouth. $1, ot thè Frenc! i air men »luring the eight J . L. and S, C. Hanna et al to C. and eight townships. In addition the college will receive monili* of th t war nays: W. Carter, wf, w. d. lot 5 blk 1, sa a residuary bequest, at the expira ''Aigprojslm: ilesly 10.000 aerial recon- Roaedale add to Independence. $10. tion of a ten years' tru s t the Battell nolss.1 necs In r r been made, amounting Rob Roy W hiteaker and wf. to block, a large business structure In the to 1 *0 0 0 ho »T* In the air. The dls village: the Middlebury Register and tance- cover« 1 wa# 1 .*00.000 kilometers Nancv A. W hiteaker, q-, c. d. 614.- a number o f ferra». lo ver'1.1 li!/» p mile?). BELGIAN CHILDREN THANK AMERICANS Twins Send Letter to President, Who Promptly Replies. Ft'NkHAI. DIRECTOR R. L. CHAPMAN Funeral Directo» W e t t l e a J le ell wert» prom ptly. D eilea a s » F alla City. O r "L’nlonunotPly throe result» were not obtain«) without aerlmi* loss«-», which «]unl nml aoim'ttuir» even lur I'«»» other methods of w arfare." Rabbit Hunting cn Tiring Lin». London. — Officer* of the BittUb j l-'ourtli Dragoon guard i have borrowed J a pack of hunting do«» and between fight* In KI m niters bold harp chase* LIVED FOUR YEARS AS A MAN. Daath of Massachusetts Women Re- v»ala Her Long Masquerade. Springfield. Mas*.—The death of Mis* Flores tine Albeitlue Beaudoin, whose ! body was found In Wllllamsett, reveal ed that she bad lived dlsguls«! it» a man for four years. She lived with her sister as "Albert Beaudoin" nnd worked In the paper mills of Holyoke. Tho only motive suggested for her long masquerade Is thnt she could enrn more as a man for the support of her self nnd her sister, who Is a widow. Her death was due to heart trouble. After her duy’s work lu nolyoke she was loading a wagon with furniture from the house which she occupied with her sister. A policeman found her leaning against the wagon and nsked the supposed “Albert Beaudoin" If ho needed nny help. The woman re plied that she would be all right In a little while. Later she was found !y Ing by the wagon, and she died soon after a physician arrived. PSOHI 1 J 7 Zh c lit e b o • 'H A i. M IX , PRoFRirrtip A Boost For Palermo, Cal. Palermo is a city small, Upon the Feather wide, It has a levee tall. Upon which heats the heavy tide. It has of orchard land a bit, And farming land galore, And forests too, which make a hit, With what people call the wild hoar It has a school. Made of bricks so red, The school is taught to the rule. Of hickory stick so dead. The children all go barefoot here, The people are all very mild, And drink no wine nor beer. And all the pretty girls are very nicely styled. Milo Stram, Palermo, Butte Co., Cal. Age 13 years. I was once a resident of Falls City. - o -*■- Harrington’s FOR H o m e M a d e C a n d ie s Ol tho Best Brand SO F T D R IN K S OF ALL K IN D S . P e an u t and Popoorn S t a n d in C o n n e c t io n . - Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local app lications, a s th ey cannot reach th e diseased portion ef tho -a r . T h ere la only one w ay to cu re deafness, and» th a t 1» by con stitution it r medle*. D eafne»» la cau sed by an Inflamed condl tlon of th e m ucous lining of the E u s ta chian Tube. W hen thla tube Is Inflimed you have a rum bling sound or Im perfect hearing, and whan It Js entirely cloced D eafness Is th e resu lt, and unless tho In flam m ation ca n be tak en out and thin tube restored to Its norm al condition, h earin g will bo destroyed fo rev er; nlno c a se s ou t o f ten a re caused by C a ta rrh , which la nothing but an Inflamed condi tion of tho m ucous su rfaces. Wo will » I t s One Hundred Dollar« fnranr ci»» of Deafne*» (caused by catarrblthat cannot bo cured br Hall ■ Catarrh Caro. Send for circular* freo. Vanilla and Strawberry IceCream at Ellis. Don’t forget to ask for Scrip. F. J. CHBNBT, A OO, Toledo, Ohio. Sold br Druggists, Tic Tats Bail's n a i l r i'lli» for coanlptuoa. i List your farm land with D. L. Wood at the News office.