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THE PALL8 OÎTY NEWS. Jtîî.Y 10, 1018
PLEADS FOR DRUG FIEND.
M o t h e r A a k a D is p e n s a t io n In C a a a of
3 ‘« t y y a a r o ld V ic tim .
Remarkable Tribute to Supreme Commander Bina M. West of the Woman's
Benefit Association of the Maccabees.
V rs m Louise HinmcHS
Washington.—rieadlug for her sixty-
tear-old “ boy,” who, she says, will die
If he Is not permitted to obtain the
Irugs denied him by the Harrison autl-
Irug bill, an eighty-one-year-old Colo
rado woman ha/ written a pitiful letter
to Dr. B. R. Reese o f the Internal ret
inue division o f the treasury depart
She addressed her letter to
1'resident Wilson, but Secretary Tum
ulty sent it to Dr. Reese, whose office
Is the clearing house o f such corre
Much aa the appeal o f the old C alo
rado woman moved the officials, no
exception w ill be made In that case.
There la no Intention on the part o f
the internal revenue division to Issue
blanket permits to obtain drugs for
Notice to News Subscribers
A b lu « - panoli o r o « « m ark on Ih t«
n otloo m o o n o Ih o t yo ur « u b o o r lp «
tlon Io T h « N o w « hoc «sp ir a ci and
n « « d « fixin g
Do It n o w .
CorrcspoKilents wanted in every
nelgliborliuod in this suction nt tnu
We have never before »old a rem
edy with I he QUICK action of simple
buckthorn l>ark. glycerine, etc., aa
: mixed in Adler-i ka. the (appendicitis
I lievea sour stomach, gas and consti
pation AT ONCE. M L. Thom|>son,
Little Rock, Ark.—In 1896 J. Milton
Williams, a Tennessee farmer, bought
a plow from IL S. Speck, a hardware
dealer at Morristown. Tenn.. on credit
Recently Mr. Speck, who long ago left
Tennessee and Is now a resident of
Little Rock, received a check for $3.SO.
the price o f the plow. The letter ac
companying the check read as follows:
"Dear Sir—You remember some years
ago I bought o f you a turning plow. 1
have always intended to pay the debt,
but It seemed that 1 had so many things
on me that I bad to put what little
money I could get Into other places. 1
hope you w ill pardon me fo r keeping
you out o f your money for so long. I
trust you are w ell and prosperous."
SQUIRRELS DIG UP FOSSILS.
D ig g e r *
R e v e a l A n c ie n t
In d ia n
PAYS AN OLD DEBT.
T en n esse e F a r m e r S e n d s C h e c k
$3.50 P lo w B o u g h t In 1896.
M r. H a m a Saakar
C O M I TO FALLS CITY, OREGON I
and Bu y O re h ar d L i n d
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Post Office Time Card
O F F IC E
B U IL D IN G
OF T H E
ASSOCIATION, PORT H U R O N , M I C H .
Kvcry year finds this association pro
tN June 18 the City of Port llu
ron. Mich., officially welcomed greasing, but the past four years have
home Miss Ulna M. West, su recorded Its greatest advancement.
Women, by securing fraternal protec
preme commander of the Worn
tion, are freer to seek out new fields
e.i's Benefit Association o f the Mac o f endeavor and become more ludc-
cabees. In recognition of her remarka IK-nJcut and capable.
bly efficient work for the association
A woman's convention without one
The reception was in charge of .Mayor word of dissent I* rather an unusual
Black and the city commission aud thing. This was the experience, how-
was participated In by all the societies, ever, of the re nt eighth quadrennial
clubs and business organizations of eouveutlon of the association lu New
Port Huron. To quote the resolution York
Every session was a model
o f the city commission. It was a re o f business ability and parliamentary
markable tribute to “ Miss West, able procedure, aud plans were laid for the
worker for fraternity aud humanity.”
present quadrcunial term which w ire
The Woman's Benefit Association of aimed to meet the great and growing
the Maccabees gives Its protection and work of its 187.000 women.
Many Important features were placed
frater.mil interest to white women of
good moral character. It Is uonpollt! before the eouveutlon for decision, one
cal and nonsectarian, and dispenses being the changing of the name from
Its fraternity In fifty-five states aud the Iatdles of the Maccabees o f the
World to the Woman's Benefit Asso
The protection a t the association can ciation o f the Maccabees.
Another Important step taken was
be secured for whole lift', and whole
life combined with disability heuefits; the acceptance of plans for a hand
last illness and burial benefits; « Up some new home office at Port Huron.
stek benefits. The rates are sclcutla- Mid). This will tie a large, imignltl
cally graded, and no nwnutwr pays 1 cent two story white stone building on
more than the cost o f her owu proteg the main street of the home city oi
When it Is known that M l*, the order, where the supreme com
.West has. with her ow n hand, signal j mander. Miss II. M. W.--t, started her
Vway over $12.000,000. an estimate can project twenty three years ago. To
be formed of wbat this association has I give the reader an Idea o f how this
already done toward mitigating tbe society has progressed It will lie of
dread ordeal incident to death.
j interest to kuow that Miss West start
cd out with a $100 debt, no members
and unknown, lo organize what today
Is uicetlug the needs of 187.(XX) women
In the matter of home protection
through fraternal Insurance.
West bus been a leader beloved and
udored by her members, and a* an In
slgula o f their esteem the convention
endeavored to prevail oa her to aivept
the well earned salary o f $ 10,060 a
year for the next term. In a master
ful address she declined, slating (hat
the weal of the association was upi>er-
most In her mind, not the remunera
81 « ps were taken nt this meeting of
representative women to endow a state
hospital service In every slate, Ohio,
Illinois aud Michigan already having
their service In satisfactory use. By
this philanthropy every member re
quiring expert medical attention may
hnve It free o f cost to herself.
Addresses were given by Mr. Miles
M. Dawsou. fraternal Insurance actu
ary o f New York city, and Mr. James
V. Barry, Michigan insurance commis
sioner, congratulated the aaaoctntlon
on the signal success It has nttnlned.
"Your association,” said Mr. Dawson,
“ is the first woman's benefit society in
the United State# to br established on
a sonml basis, and through the fore«.|g|jj
o f your liecrleax leader, Mlsa West, yon
are tho largest society of your kind In
the world. I congratulate you-”
Office hour»: Daily, except Sun
day, 8 a.ui. to Ö.30 p.m.
Mail arrives, from
Salem 0.00 a.ui., 5:15 p.m.
Dallas, 9:00 A. M , 5:45 P. M.
Portland A Eugene train 101,
11:65 a. in.
Black Rock, 1:80 P. M.
«Mail closes fo r:
Salem, 8.5U A.M., 1 P. M and 5
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and 5 P. M.
Eugene A Portland train 162,
1 p. in.
Black Rock, 11 A. M.
Santa Monica, Cal.— A peculiar dis- •
epTery has been made o f a fossil bed
up the coast at the mouth o f Topanga
canyon. Some years ago a man living
<here unearthed some excellent speci
S unday O nly
mens o f fossils and supposed lndla (
bones. Recently a large heap o f black'
Office hour»: 0:30 to 10:80 a.in:
dirt was noticed nt the edge o f the
Mail arrive» (rom Salem, 9:00
beach, and upon Investigation It proved
t. m .
to be the burrow o f a fam ily o f squir- j
Portland A Eugene tram i01,
11 .55 it. m.
Tbe little diggers had piled up on the i
surface o f the sandy soil perhaps 2D0 |
Mail closes (ot Salem, 8:50 a. m.
pounds o f black sand, in which were i
Eugene A Portland train 102, !
pieces o f clam shells, fossils and bits
o f human bone. There were even rocks
weighing close to tw o pounds. The
Effective May 13, 1915.
dirt was Just as It had been dumped j
by the animals, and bones and fossils
I ka C. M burlino , Poet»P**t«r
were mixed together with the rocks
and sand. The bones have been Iden- j
titled as those o f human beings, sev- .
Mate of Ohio, d ly of Toledo. I
eral specimens showing conclusively j
I .urns County,
Frank J. Cheney make* oath that h* Is
that they at one time had constituted
senior partner of (be firm of F. J C'.isBey
the framework o f a stalwart Indian j NEW ORLEANS IS RAT PROOF,
A Co., doing business In the City <■: Tc
ledo. County and Btats aforesaid, and
that said llrm will pay tho surn of ONE
Theories have been advanced by men N o t a C a s e o f P la g u e In City Sin c e
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each nnd e v
ery rase of Cutnrrh that cannot b<- rur«-<1
Interested In osteology, but no definite
O c t. 4— W o r k C o n tin u e s.
by the is» of HAI.L'H CATARRH CURB.
conclusions have been reached. They j Washington.—“ More than half o f the
FRANK J. CHICNEY
8Vo rr t « before ire end subscribed In
think that the bones are those of In- approximately 70,000 buildings in New
*th day of Dereniber.
dians, but that they are hundreds of Orleans have been made rat proof; j
A . D IS8S,
years old. The squirrels must have there has not been a case of plague
A. W . 0 L X A 8 0 N ,
O N E W H O L E YEAR
N o ta r y Public.
burrowed many f e e t or else the beach there since O ct 4 last, and .'? will not
Hall’» Catarrh Cur* I* taken internally
in the years past was nearer to the be long before New Orleans will be one
and acta directly upon the blood and mu-
By M a l l
roue surface* of (ho system. 0end fo-
mountains than It Is at present
o f the most rat proof cities In tbe I
taetlmoaiats, * free.
That Is natural, for the change Is world.” announced Dr. W. 0. Hucker,
V 1 CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O.
made by the yearly washing o f quan assistant surgeon general of the public
8<>l«l t>v »II Pniagtsts. 75«.
T»ke Util's Fatally Pilla tor oooetIpeUoa.
tities o f sand and rocks from tbe Inte health service. Dr. Rucker baa charge
rior down to the mouth o f the canyon. o f tbe eradication o f the plague.
The old burying ground Is now prob
Reports show that 318.000 rats have
During the Bargain Period
ably many feet below the surface, and been caught by tbe benltb authorities
only the busy little ground squirrels In New Orleans since the anti-plague
Ending July 15, 1915
^Plean U p the R o w els and
know the exact location o f the rest o f campaign began last autumn, nnd all
T o N e w or P i e g e n t S u b s c r ib e rs
o f them have been subjected to bac
teriological examination. “ All the rats
There are many remedies to be
W ho Hand Us Their $ 3 . 0 0 N ow
had lor constipation, but the difh-
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY. caught have been Identified as to spe
cies and sex,” said I>r. Rucker. “ The
culty is to proelire one that act'*
without violence. A remedy ihal
M a i l or Bring Your Sub scriptions Today
Subjects of the most vital importance species plays an important part.”
d o r, not pritorut
are discussed in an entertaining fashion
b y force w h a t
in the following studies—none of the old,
dry theological essays:
should bit accom
G i r l s P la y e d R e a l B u r g la r s .
“ Weeping All Night.”
T H E FA LLS CITY N E W S .
plished by persua
"Our Lord s Return.”
sion is Dr. Miles’
“ Two Salvations."
old schoolgirls played burglars ns a
Bargain Agents «I ¡he Oaily Statesman, Salem, Ora.
"Necessity For Messiah’s Kingdom)"
lark and le ft rich loot at poor persona'
After using them,
“ What God Requires of Us.”
homes and cheap stuff at homes o f the
Mr. N. A. Waddell,
“ Cardinal Gibbons' Sermon and Reply.”
rich, keeping nothing themselves.
"Thousands of Demons Infest Eartli.”
St., Waco, Tex.,
"Jesus No Longer a Man."
"Responsibility to Creeds."
roses are Ixdng grown nt (he experi
K i s s e s at $1 E a c h .
List of Letters
"Christ's Sacrifice Ignored."
"Almort #ii mj
"The Lost Key of Knowledge .*’
Wichita. Kan.—A Jury gave a woman
Mt* 1 0#v« t>rrq
"Many Ministers Preaching Without In a breach o f promise suit $1 for each ; tulnlng the effect o f this climate on
Remaining uncalled for in this troubled with constipation, And hnv#
Divine Authority Should Stop Preaching."
tried many r*n>«dle». «11 of which
IrhM marked " X ” Jn defendants letters ; the different kinds o f plants. Similar office for the week ending .July s**m*d to aaus* pain without *lv|nr
"Foreign Mission Facts.”
"Jesus Preached to Spirits In Prison.”
There were 323 X V ________
Much relief J f|gally tried nr Mil?»'
^ by the National Rose society nt llnrt- 3. 1915.
"What Is Baptism?"
«ad found thum »1
"Philosophy of the Delugw"
Th*lr action Is pleasant an»
GAVE UNCLE SA,^ ROSES.
"Forgivable and Unpardonable Sins.”
N. Y., and others are now being estab
"Preaching to the Dead.'*
them easy to take I sm n«or* thau
G r o w n on E x p e r im e n t F a r m to J s fi
lished on Long Island and ot San Fran
"Darwin Evolution Theory Exploded.”
»tad to recommend them.”
Hnyder, Miss Nettie A.
E ffe c t of Climate.
"Errors of Death-Bed Repentance."
"Clean up the ho-.’eis and keep
"Infants Saved From Tortures"
W ashington.— The formal presenta
T w o years ago tbe department of
them clean,” is the advice of alt
entlem en .
tion to the United States government agriculture set nslde about two pores j
physicians, because they realize the
Newton. D. C. |2j
danger resulting fro.11 habitual con
of more than 400 varletlea o f roses now o f ground In thp experimental farm
City and State.......................... .. ............
stipation. Do not delay too long,
for rose testing. The rose plants were
Upon receipt of the above coupon we
f)l|t begin proper curative measures.
supplied by various rose growers desir
w ill aend any one of these Bible Studies department o f agriculture at Arlington,
Dr. MileV L$a»tive Tablets are 4
FREE; any three of them for 6 cents Va., took place recently at a gathering ing to have different species tested.
new remedy for this old complaint,
(stamps) or the entire 21 for T«0 cents. o f prominent rosarlans from all sec
The testing o f rose bushes takes
Smith, Fred M. 
and a great Improvement over the
SEND AT ONCE TO BIBLE AND TRACT
throe years. They are examined by ex
tions o f the country. The rows were
SOCIETY. 17 Hicks St., Brooklyn, N Y.
cathartics you nave been using in
perts *1 frequent Intervals during this
accepted on behalf o f the government
the past. They taste like candy
period and ■>« accurate record kept o f
and work like a charm. A trial
by Dr. W. A. Taylor, director o f the
For Rent— Dwelling house. Ap bureau o f plant Industry, who repre their growth and pW.prmance.
These letters will he sent to the will convince you.
ply nt News office.
Dr. Miles’ Laxative Tablet* are
sented the secretary o f agriculture at
d- ad Utter office July 17, 1915 sold
by all druggists, at 35 cents
Get your butter wrappers print the exercises.
if not delivered before. In calling a box containing 35 doses. If not
The roses have been growing in the
Extra copies ol The News are
found satisfactory after trial, re
ed at the Nows office.
for the above, please say "Adver
experimental farm for about tw o
turn th» bog to yoqr druggist and
Good house for sale in Falls years. They were donated by florists,
he will return your money.
listed,” giving date of list.
M ILK* MKDICAL CO., Elkhart, In *
City, part time. Enquire at News both amateur and professional, living to any addrer« desired, postpaid,
ln all sections o f the country. T b * for 5 cents per copy.
I r a C. M ehkung , I’. M,
T h e Daily
Keep Them Clean”