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THE FALLS OITY NEWS.
Haturday, January 1, 101A
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
I'atuMMitfcr Train Schedule
KfTective Oct. 4.1914
Salem . . . 7:00 9.4b
Dallas. . . 8.16 11.02
Falla City. 8.50 11.36
■A'TROUWU . am. pm.
Falla City. 9.30 1.26
Dalian . . . 10.10 2.00
Salem , . . 11.01 3.16
A. C PuWaM, A«*KT
Free Methodist Church
Sunday School I0:U0 A. M.
Breaching 11:0O A. M.
Chinn meeting 12:00 I* M.
livening service 7 HO.
H . A. W a l t e r , i'attor.
M. L Church
S u n d a y S a rv lc a a
W e e k -D a y S a rv le a a
O iehtalra Praotioe Wednesday
7 00 P. M..
Choir i’ractice, Wednesday 8:00
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Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30 P.
W. J. W arren , Paator.
Local Nowt Hons
The heat ahow at the Gem tonight
Mian Vola Sell" ia visiting (rienda
Mr. and Mra. I).
Chriatmaa in Dallas.
Henry Brown left lor Maine luat UNION SERVICES AT
history when men were called on
CHRISTIAN CHURCH more to overcome their fear than
at the present time. Moral
T in-re will be union services at
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, l ie»,
tl*o Christian church Sunday night strength is needed in politics
and other bakery «ooda, every day
O. N. Taylor, of the Anti Saloon more than ever before, and moral
at the Kalla City Bakery.
strength is as far superior to
Li ague will conduct the servic a
physical strength as the spiritual
is above the natural. It is told
George Brown and (¡leu Fiderà
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
o f Wellington that, before the
of the Brown garage at Salem were
Milliueiy store doing a good battle o f Waterloo, his knees
in the city Tuesday.
business, a good stock of millinery shook so that he laughed, and
goods, also ladies furnishing goods, called attention to them, saying:
Mrs. Bell Dunlap of Salem spent
together with large glass show cales “ I f they knew where I was going
Christmus with her parental, Mr.
und all fixtures complete. In one to carry them, they would shake
and Mrs. C. T. West.
of the best towns in Polk county. much worse.” That was moral
If interested, see about this buxi courage overcoming physical fear.
Walter Sears ol Washington vis ne«» at once. It is a chance to
and this is the courage that men
ited his wife and mother-in-law, make good money.
must have now if America is to
Mrs. Wm Ford this we»k.
See Mickulsun, Real Estate oflice go onward and upward. We
must have moral courage to over
W. A. Persey and family spent
come the selfish persuasion of
Chriatmaa at the home of It. Hchu
MASONS INSTALL OFFICERS
the politician, who seeks his own
peíl and family at Dallas.
According to ancient custom o f a<^ * ncement regardless of the
public good. Courage is needed
the order Luckiamute Lodge A n
Bert Dennis and daughter Leta cient Free and Accepted Masons to overcome the fear that organ-
of Salem are visiting his mother, installed their officers for the en j izations and societies and leagues
Mrs. M. C. Dennis this week.
suing year, Monday night £jec cause by their tactics o f force
and threats in their efforts to en
ember 27. being “ St. John’ s
force morality by law. Moral
FURS W ANTED.— Highest prices Day. ’ ’
courage is necessary to make
A fte r the installation ceremon-
paid. Write for price list. G D.
ies the hall was thrown open and j men follow the dicU t^ o f i eLir
Aldnrin <fc Co. Salem. Oregon,
own conscience, regardless o f the
the families o f the members were,
,. . .
admitted and the time spent soc- ( ar&ument8 <>f politic.ans. minis
Miss Ida And Gertrude Waters ially and in various games until ■ ters, leagues or individuals. The
of Poitland spent Christmas in this near 12 o ’clock when a luncheon I time has came for American men
of fe a r -
city visiting their sister, Mrs. C. J. was served. Allie Teal and Ira to throw off . the
, ., fetters
C. M ehrlingactedas' ’ waitresses ’ i° , come out
^ what they
and conducted themselves very ' * * 'evLe- to refu3€
la m doing all kinds of umbrella credibly, especially Allie who j8elfish’ money g a s p in g politician
or organization and to stand
repairing at moderate prices. Leave found it no trouble to pass things
strongly for progress, liberty,
them with 11. Bedienl, janitor. W. over the heads o f the guests,
and social liberty.
(aerial navigation) without dis
turbing them in the least. The
evening was spent very pleasant A GREAT DIPLOMATIC TRIUMPH.
Chris Hansen returned Tuosdsy ly. The following officers were
Establishment o f General Car
from Washington where lie had installed:
as de facto ruler o f Mexico
••een spending the holidays with
W. M; W. A . Graham,
as such by the United
S. W ; Ira C. Mehrling,
States and by all the other great
J. W: J . J. Sammons.
powers o f the world, is hailed as
The Isgrippe epidemic has made
S. D; E. M. Hellwarth,
a diplomatic triumph for Pres
its appearance and has got quite a
J. D; N . Selig.
ident Wilson. That we may have
number of the people of this city
Sec; W. F. Nichols,
a true appreciation o f how great
in its clutches.
Treas; Albert Teal.
is this diplomatic triumph, it is
Bargains In Queensware
We have a nice line o f dishes
that we are offering at Bar
gain Prices; 5 and 10c each.
I J. C. TALBOTT
R. E. W illiam s , M. L. T h o m p s o n , W .F. N ic h o l s , R. G. W h i t e ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank o f Falls City
F a l l s C i t y , P o lk C o d n t y . O regon
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
“ I hate to gossip about people, and
yet 1 don't like to go arouDd In society
« « a prude.”
"N o need to say a thing, my dear.
Just elevate your eyebrows at the
proper point, and you'll get along.” —
"W as your husband good to you.
“ 'Deed he was. miss.
eighteen hours a day fo' yeahs fo' dat
man. an' he never once found fault
w if a thing I did fo 1 him.” —Detroit
“ You say that Jenkins owea every
thing be has to yon.”
"Worse. He owes much more that
he has to me.” —Boston Transcript
He that is ungrateful has no guilt
but one. All other crimes may pass
for virtues In him.
necessary to review briefly the
Mr. and Mrs. Rubt. Throckmor
Mrs. Dave Courter was called events which brought Carranza
ton entertained a number oi tliei' Tuesday to Eugene on account ol to his present eminence.
frieuds to a Christmas dinner at •ickuess.
When American troops landed
Mrs. Wing and daughter arc their home the 26th.
at Vera Cruz, Carranza talked of
Mica Crawford of Corvallis visit
visiting Mrs. B. Buell
suspending war on Huerta until
ed with B. M. Howell and family
Mrs. Grace Hansen returned
their combined forces had driven
C. L. Starr of Portland spent Tuesday from Kstacada, Oregon
out the gringoes.
Heath Cox of Williniina, Oregon
where ehe had been visiting rela
Christmas in Falls City.
When the Pan-American con
visited with the family of W. J. ference at Niagara Falls under
tives during the holidays.
D V E R TIS E R S do not at
tempt to make you
Reese oier Christinas.
A watch parly was held at the
agree to buy their goods for
J. Marion Hariisou of Browus- and Carranza and invited Car
the rest o f your life. They
Method tat church Friday night.
Mrs. Wilbur I^ewis and sons,
ranza to send delegates, he rude
only want you to give their
Marvin and Glen of Dallas spent
wares a trial, to subject them
ly declined. Mr. Wilson had
to actual test by actual use.
Rev. Ford preached at the Me Christmas at the home of her
returning home Monday evening failed to elminate Huerta, but
and then be guided by expe
m oth er, Mrs. M s r y M ille r .
thodist church Wednesday night.
This being his tirst trip lo Falls Carranza, without the aid o f
Conld anything prove more
City he steroed very favorably im Wilson and in defiance o f media
Mias Ella Mehrling who is teach
clearly that the advertiser
Mrs A. G. Atwood who haa been
pressed with our town.
has supreme confidence In his
ing at Gooseneck Bend spent the
Last Summer Mr.
ill with the lagrippe ia improving.
product that he is absolutely
holidays with her parents, Mr
A reader of the News objects to
certain that It w ill please you.
threatened intervention in M ex
and Mrs. Ira C. Mehrling.
that It will be all be saya
the insinuations ol the correspon
ico if the warring factions did
C. J. Pugh and wife visited Mrs.
dent who said that it had been the
not unite on a leader, but Car
It would Indeed be foolish
Mr. and Mrs. A. Courter of ¡Salem habit of boys tu gather up stock
Ike Stewart at Woodhurn Monday
to speud money to Induce you
ranza ignored him and went right
visited with Mr. Courter's parents, aud run them into the pound.
to buy an article that would
J. C.| Talbott made a trip to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Courter. They The reader 6uys that cattle ar,
Five other American republics
would result In your telling
very ttouhlesoine and that-often
Halem Thursday, returning Fridcv formerly lived near Monmouth.
friends and neighbors o f
then joined the United States in
ill the night they had to be run
your experience. Advertisers
Aleck Ediek and family moved
spend millions making their
out of gardens.
ican factions to a conference at
Mrs. Ella Oxford and daughter
trademarks known, and in
to a farm near Staton, Wednesday
which harmony should be restor
order to make their trade
Flossie of Brownsville, who has
marks valuable they must
REAL ESTATE OFFICE NEWS
ed. Carranza, alone among the
beeu visiting hor son. Clay Oxford
Herbert Hanson spent Christ
stand for a certain standard
We are here to benefit your town, leaders, refused to participate,
o f worth. H aving made their
mas with his mother, Mrs. B. Buell. returned to their home last week.
so kindly help us by lending sup and no conference wa* held. Car
trademarks known, manufac
turers exert every effort to
Mrs. Edith Brown returned last
Mrs. Seymour who is teaching at
keep the goods up to the ex
with us. encourage hotneseeken to son and fighting the other fac
pected high grada
West Salem spent Christmas at week from Dallas where she had
been working in the telephone ex locate among us, for bv helping tions.
TOO C A N ’T GO W RONG
Finally Carranza proved him
change during the illness of Dora others you surely help yourself.
IN F O L L O W IN G
We have bargains in all kinds self the only real power in M ex
AD V E R TIS E M E N TS .
Mra. Oscar Holmes of Dallas is
of real estate to offer you.
ico, and Mr. Wilson recognized
visiting Mrs, Vada Oxford this
him. Mr. Wilson had offered
Albert Teal shipped two of his
help, which was declined; had
Swiss milk goats to Canada the
offered advice, which was spurn
first of the week. He Bays that it
John Walker and wife returned
ed; had obstructed and been
takes lots of red tape to get them
Bradstreet’s is authority for pushed aside with slight cere
Thursday from a visit in Salinas,
across the line.
the statement that only three per mony, Carranza having succeed
AND HOME-MAKERS' WEEK
cent o f men who go into business ed without his help and in spite
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Driggs and for themselves are successful.
Professor Halay and wife spent
o f his interferance, the President
January 3 to 8, 19 16
the holidays visiting at Camas, daughter Marion of Gaston spent I t j 8 safe to assume that the pro in effect said: “ Oh, very well; T.ive Information Practical Help for the H tn e
the Form, the Community.
Christmas with their parents, Mr. portion o f successes in other
since you refuse to recognize me,
Conventions of Oregon’s Greatest Industries
and Mrs. F. E. Driggs, returning fields, art. music, authorship,
I insist on recognizing you.’ ’ Conferences on Oregon’s Most Vitsl Problems
politics, etcetera, is small The And the President’s flatterers LE CTU RE S- DEM ONSTRATIONS-
Misses Olive and Myrtle Stamm Sunday afternoon.
EXHIBITIONS -E N T E R T A IN M E N T *
failures are made so through call that a diplomatic triumph for Two thousand people attended last year. It hi a
of Dallas were visiting friends in
Rev. B. L. Hicks of Newburg, FEAR-
great place to make frienda— with Hue
Fear o f consequences, him. To us it looks very much
thinkers and live thoughts, good
Ore., visited in the city Tuesday fear o f the future, fear that we
workers, and good work.
like a diplomatic triumph for
Mr. and Mra. Marsh
cannot finish successfully what Carranza.
W IN TER SHORT COURSE
January 10 to February 4, 1916
dreu of Dallas spent Christmas a large congregation Tuesday night. we begin, fear o f our opponent,
The President is welcome to all
a Practical Agricultural Coura* in a Nut Shell.
He is well pleased with his new unnecessary, illogical fear stands
with Martin Deal.
Applied Screece In Actual Work of
the satisfaction he can get out o f
the Farm and Household
between us and success, and with it.— Oregonian.
Courses in FR U IT RAISING FARM CHOPS,
Mr. and Mra. Hatch o( Balaton,
an apparently impassable arm
SOIL*. STOCK RAISING, DAIRY WORK.
POULTRY RAISING. GARDENING. COOK
-The Christmas tree and enter bars our progress. Those whom
Ore., ara visiting with Mra. Hatch’s
ING. SKWING. HOUSEHOLD AKTS. NOMK
An ad in the News will bring
NURSING. BUSINESS METHODS. ROAD
tainment at the Christian church fear rules we call “ Fear men,”
mother, Mrs. CobJ>.
BUILDING. FARM E NGINEERING, RURAL
ORGANIZATIONS. M ARKETING.
Friday night was a very well ar because they are not really men
torreepondenre Courses Without Tuition.
Kapert Instruction in Music.
Mr. and Mra. Wm. Ellis of Dal ranged affair. The parts played at all, but men requiring a class
Correspondents wanted 111 every
Reduced railroad ratea
las spent Christmas at the home of by the children were very pleasing ification--an apology. There has neighborhood in this section of tne Per program n t t i to Th* Ctltegt Extktnf «, Or «fon
Agricultural C«ll*(<. Com »lit».
to those present.
their son, Lloyd Ellis.
hardly been a time in American country.
Frank Martin of Oretown vieited
in the city last week.
A sk Only
A Fair Trial
O. A. C.
Mom« of N. C. lakin la Aleo Entered
by Burglare Tuesday Right'
When the general store o f Lucas
& Price, at Rickreall. which also
contains the postoffice of the ham
let, was opened Wednesday* morn
ing, it was discovered that bur
glars had paid a visit during the
night. Entrance had been gain
ed by forcing the front door.
Nothing was taken from the
stock o f the store, but about $50
in stamps w a s missing. No
money had been left in the money
drawer by Postmaster Price.
th e Rickreall postoffice was
robbed about a year ago, at which
time the safe was blown. Since
that time no safe has been used
in the office.
Some time during the same
night burglars entered the resi
dence o f H. C. Eakin, the Dallas
attorney, at Rickreall. and Mrs.
Eakin's mesh-bag, containing her
watch and several dollars in
money taken. The fam ily was
asleep upstairs and did not hear
the nocturnal visitor.
The robberies were reported to
Sheriff Orr, who made a personal
investigation and came to the con
clusion that the job was done by
tramps, who had doubtless come
out from Salem. During the
forenoon the discarded stamp
book, from which the stamps had
been removed, was found along
the road near Greenwood, indica
ting that the robbers had passed
that way after leaving Rickreall.
THE TWO KINGDOMS
Each man a kingdom may possess;
May play the monarch’s role;
And his the kingdom is no less
Than that o f mind and soul;
Each man, o f course, must make
And therein must live, too,
And by his kingdom he is known -7
What kind, good sir, have you?
A poor man’s kingdom rich may
A rich man's kingdom, poor;
And even through eternity
Some kingdoms may endure;
Their subjects are kind acts and
Good words, and heart-thoughts
What monarch better subjects
What kind, good sir, have you?
Some kingdoms which more pom
And full o f brazen show,
A re emptier and power far
Than those that kindness know;
A t last to dead sea fruit they turn;
Become as bitter rue,
Dead ashes in the funeral urn-
What kind, good sir, have you?
Walter L. Tooje, Jr., Lawyer,
The Womans World, Farm and
Home, Home Life, Household and
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