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Saturday, Juna 24, 191(1
THE FALLS CITY NEWS
Bud Harris is sporting a Fort!.
We have a full line o f guar
anteed hot water bottles and
fountain syringes o f all sizes
and prices. If you need a
good hot water bottle let us
show you one.
We have bought some new
rubber goods at a low price
and therefore our prices are
much lower this year. They
are guaranteed one and two
TH O M P SO N S
Headquarters for Candy and Cigar-
Candi'-s, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
L B. W O N D E R L Y ’ S
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective Oct. 4,1914
W IST B O C SD
Salem . . . 7:00 9.45
Dallas. . . 8.15 11.02
Falls C ity. 8.50 11.35
E ast BOUND am.
Falls City. 9.30 1.25
Dallas. . . 10.10 2.00
Salem . . . 11.01 3.15
A C. P o w e r s . A g e n t
Deafness C annot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the car.
There is only one way to cur deafness,
an d that Is b y constitution
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condi
tion o f the mucous lining of the riusta-
chian Tube. When this tube is Inll imcd
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it Is entirely closed.
Deafness is the result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and thi3
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever; nlno
cases out o f ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion o f the mucous surfaces.
We sill Sire One Hundred Dollars for any case of
Deafness (canse-d by catarrh! tb&t cannot I k * cared by
Ball s Catarrh Cure, bend for circulars free.
F. J. CnBNEY, & CO, Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by Druggists. ?5c.
Take Ball** Family Fill» for constipation.
Free Methodist Church
Sunday School. 10 A. M.
Preaching 11 A M .
Ulass Meeting 12 P. M.
Evening Service 7:30.
N. W elte r , Pastor.
M E. Church
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Morning Service 11 A. M.
Junior League 3:30 P. M.
Epworth League 7 P. M.
Evening Service 8 P. M.
W eek Day Services
Praver Meeting Friday 7:30
Teachers Training Class, Friday 8
W . J. W a r r e . v , Pastor.
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Sabbath School 10 A. M.
Preaching or Bible Study 11 A M
Young Peoples Meeting 3:30 P. M.
The best show at the Gem tonight
Walter L. Tor>r>, J r , Lawyer,
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, Pies,
and other bakery goods, every day
at the Falls City Bakery.
Financial report of clerk of
School District No. 57, Polk Co..
Oregon for year ending June 19.
D. Toller was a business visitor
The Democratic press is making
at Dallas Sunday.
Pash on hand June 21, 1915 $ 598.10 the bald ascertion that President
Mr. and Mrs. Tetherow are in Kec'd from County Treas
Wilson has kept us out of war. In
urer. District tax
Portland this week.
fact it is undersUxxl that he will
Rec’d from County Treas
Mrs. ('has. Trimble returned to
adopt this pharisaic wording as a
urer. County fund
Black Rock Thursday.
slogan and principal cumpuign
Rec’d from County Treas
urer, State fund
598.50 argument. It is easy to make an
Grandma Hansen has been
ascertion, but evidentally that is
Rec’d from County Treas
quite ill. but is improving.
urer. High School fund
738.70 as far as these Democratic breth
Grandma Rust of Dallas visited
Rec’d from other sources
1,980.20 ren ever interest themselves in
friends here Sunday and Monday.
$11,834 22; the matter. Will these gentlemen
John Hughes and wife and chil D is b u r s e m e n t s :
please tell what more Mr. Wilson
dren returned to Black Rock Tues Paid for teachers wages
$7,073.25 I could reasonably have been expec-
Paid for fuel and supplies
1,045.98 | ted to do to involve us in war?
Whut reuson could he have for
Mrs. Ira Mehrling and daughter
ing and janitor salary
76.’ >5.77 declaring war on any foreign
Ella went to Newport Thursday
Paid on Principal, interest
What reason has any
foreign power declaring war on
Mrs. Kroon of Chicago, sister, of Paid on Clerk salary
us? Has any such threat l»een
Dick Paul is visiting at his home Paid on library books,
extended to the United States,
not including County
and, if so, by whom? European
countries have trouble enough at
Mrs. Grace Hulburt visited with Paid on other purposes
Moreover, Congress has
Mr. and Mrs. A. Edick near Stay- Cash on hand June 19, 1916
to say about declaring
ton last week.
0 . Elle left Tuesday for Port
If Holland, and Sweden, and
June 21. 1915
land where he will spend an inde
Norway, Denmark, and Switzer
finite period o f time.
June 19. 1916
land and Spain, in close proximity
to the zone of hostilities, have
Sixty-nine acres o f land in
kept out of war, why should not
Michigan to trade for Falls Citv
County and State fund
the United States, thousands of
property. G. D. Treat
miles distant from the vortex,
An ice cream social will be given Total indebtedness,
keep out of war? Or has Presi -\
June 19. 1916
on the lawn at the M. E. church
dent Wilson likewise kept Spain,
today from 4 to 8 P. M.
and Switzerland, and Denmark,
and Norway, and Sweden, anti
Mary Kunsman o f Moro is visit
Holland out of war?
ing her grandmother, Mrs. Thorne
and her aunt, Mrs. Mehrling.
Now, what has President Wil
done toward not keeping us
Mrs. Paul and children spent a
part of the week at Oregon City.
Mrs. Gibson has been quite sick
He has tabled and ignored Jap
They also visited in Portland.
an’s request for a settlement of
Mr. and Mrs. McPherren and
Mr. and Mrs. McGowen were in the California land question. The
son of Albany visited C. E. Mc Falls City last Saturday night fire still smoulders; an aggrava
Pherren here Friday and Satur visiting.
Mrs. Price and Mrs. Domick
He has purposely invaded Mex
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Meyer visit made a business trip to Dallas last ico on three different occasions,
ed relatives and friends here and Saturday.
and is no nearer the end of the
then went to the roundup at Philo
Grant Holt of the Spaulding road.
He has sent armed forces into
Logging Co. was at camp two or
the West Indies, and threatens in
Mrs. Grace Hulburt, Mrs. A.
tervention in the little island re
Edick and Vernon Brentner motor
Mrs. Frank Vincent left for
ed from Stayton to Falls City last Salem Thursday to be with her
He has sent ultimatums to G e r-!
father who is not expected to live.
many, intending to leave but one i
Mrs. E. G. Balderee was in town course open; but he has been out-1
Mrs. E. C. Rogers and grandson
of Monmouth visited her brother. Tuesday to meet one of her friends generaled, diplomatically, by Ber
G. D. Treat and family the first from Yamhill who is here to spend lin’s foreign office.
the summer with her.
of the week.
There is just one reason why
Harold Ridneour who has been we are at peace with Germany,
N. A. Lunde and family and B.
Lunde went to Portland Sunday to in Washington the last two months, and that is because Germany does
visit his father who is quite ill and returned Tuesday. Harold says not want war, at this time, with
Black Rock is good enough for the United States. Mr. Wilson
is still in very poor health.
threw down the gauntlet, Kaiser
Bring or send us vour watches,
Louis Holt, the S. P. Co. scaler William would not pick it up.
jow clrv, etc., for repairing; first
Cool and candid analysis of the
class work eu iran teed ; charges is back with us again, he has been
facts proves that we are out of
reasonable. W A. Per“ey, Jeweler,
ing up logs that have fallen off the war not because of the President,
but in spite of him.
A logging train was wrecked
Mrs. R. P. Price, our postmis
last Saturday morning on the
tress has bought a horse and
M o»t O r ig in a l C lu b In A m a rioa .
Spaulding logging road and two
There exists !u one of our great
buggy. She says she don’t care
cars and the engine ditched. The
western cities a uuique secret c lu b -
what time the S. P. Co. runs, she called by the members tbe (Jet Out
engine was not injured much but
can go to Falls City when she gets and Get On club. It was organized
the two cars were gathered up
years ago by ten ambitious men who
and taken to the Dallas “ hospital.”
looked upon tbemselves as not yet
Oscar Ritan, mother and Miss having won auccesa. Membership for
The school election Monday Grace Hamilton are here to spend twelve years has been limited to fifty.
night proved to be quite a lively the summer. Oscar is looking The rules are what make this club
different So member may call hlmaelf
affair. The race for school direc fine and he says he is feeling fine, a success until tbe club votes blm one,
tor between Hellwarth and Selig but he wouldn’t tell us when the and when the club votes any member
a success, be Is expelled and his place
was very close, Selig winning by mill was going to start.
Is filled by another. But before a suc
two votes. R. M. Wonderly was
cess Is expelled a dinner Is given In
re-elected over Mrs. Singleton by
bla honor and to welcome the new
think it will snow! We are hav member. At this dinner the success
a small majority. It was voted to
ing some rains and it came just must read a paper explaining to his
dispense with the music teacher.
right, for the forest fires were fellows how and why he won. These
papers are preserved.— American Mag
Miss Hammond took 25 of her getting most too numerous to be azine.
pupils Friday for an outing. They safe, but the rains have put them
left town at 9 o’clock and went to out.
The rarest violins In the world are
the home o f A1 Brown and gave a
The annual school meeting was those which were made by Guarnerius
recital. After being treated to held at the schoolhouse Monday del Gesu, only about forty of them be
lemonade they went to the creek evening and the following officers ing known to exist One of these In
struments was purchased by Ysaye for
to spend the day. Some of the were elected: P. McGowen 3 years; $30,000. Two famous Stradivarius In
children rode logs, and others O. J. Baker, 2 years, he was elect struments which were used by Bara-
went in swimming, while some ed to the place of Wm. Ridneour, sate during big great coucert tours
were sold. One o f these, the Bolsaler.
contented themselves on the banks resigned; S. G. Price, district clerk Is In a museum at Madrid. It Is valued
at $50,000. The other Is In a museum
t'has. Bradk*y returned
REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT.
A card party was given Wed
nesday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Nichols. Those
present: Mr. and Mrs. E. G. White,
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson,
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ellison, Mr.
and Mrs. G. D. Treat, Mr. and
Mrs. Ira C. Mehrling: R. G. White,
W. A. Graham; Misses Bertha
Frink, Lyda Peters of St. Joseph,
Mo., Mary Kunsman of Moro,
Helen Duck o f Portland, Ella
Mehrling, Lurena and Geneva
Treat, Mildred Thompson.
Scott Bros, had quite a runaway
they were letting some cars down
at the rollway and they didn’t
have any brakes set, so the engine
couldn’t hold them and the two
loads, one empty and the engine
ran half a mile and jumped the
track, damaging three cars, two
of them a total wreck. The engine
was damaged slightly. Charles
Krager, the engineer jumped just
before the engine left the track
received a severe sprain of the
C L O S IN G O U T
Our Entire Line of
LACE C U R T A I N S A T H ALF PRIOE
This is the season of the year that every gooff
housewife indulges in house cleaning ami olff
curtains can be replaced with new ones at
J. C. T A L B O T T
R . E .W il l ia m s .
M. L . T h o m p s o n ,
W . F . N ic h o l s ,
K . G .W h it e ,
Bank of Falls City
F alls C i t y , P olk C o u 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.
sto cd © raaflmé amd
t o p o t g C s
The constant strain of
factory work, very often
results in Headaches,
Backaches and other
Aches, and also weak
ens the Nerves.
DR. M ILES’
will quickly relieve the
Nerves, or Pain, while
S E V E R E PAIN .
is very helpful when
the Heart is overtaxed.
IP FIRST BOX, OR BOTTLE.
FAILS TO BENEFIT YOU. YOUR
MONEY W ILL BE REFUNDED.
•T u»<"d to auffar a *r*»t <J««I
with lumbago In mr ahouldar»
and back. A frl.nd Indurad mo
to try Dr. MU m C Anti Pain
PUIa and I am only too glad to
ba ablaa to attest to the relief
that I got from these eplendld
They form a valuable
medicine end do all that It la
claimed they will do.“
I.KWIS J. CUTTER.
Preparedness and Peace
it it it
and the Engineer
H E United Slain d ru m peace, bated oa |uaticc and mamtasied
with honor. Bui lo inuire thu kind ol peace Americana muat
know that nation« ale now defended not alone by fighting men.
but by fighting mduatfvt.
The Engine, ra ol thu country, trained aa only Amertean En
ginceia are trained, hold that truth lo b - aa fundamental aa the law ol grant/
w ah I he authority cal the United Stale« Government more than 10,001) En
ginerra and Chernaia, member« ol live eminent A met« an arwntibc bodlea.
art making lot the krai lime ui I ha hutory ol the Government a minute,
•warping aurvey ol the induatrial reacurcea ol America. They will go to
the factories and mine« ol the land and with their to I* method, efficiency,
and their «ole motive, patnotiam. form a vaat. flexible organ,/anon, auch aa
■he world hat never known.
Then work will be the barn lot creating m thin country a true line ol
defenae in I a n ol w ar- the ability lo produce awiltly, abundantly and wall
untamed power all the thousand and one elements ol modem warfare
Without aur h production iheie can he no efficient army and navy.
Military Prepaiedneu win« the baltle. But Inj us lr ia l HrtpartJppnp
wins the W A R I Induatrial Prep,redness involve« no huge expenaea. Only
the K N O W L E D G E of whnt American lnduatay can do. T o K N O W
ihe extent of each plant, the equipment of each «hop, the capacity of each
mar liine. the ability of each man T H A T » the raw nee of Induatrial I'm
paredneaa. That ta the task to which thirty thousand Engineers nre pledged
The Engineer a' work will lay for all time the ghoat ol the "munition!
trust" by making it possible to have munitions made in thousands ol plants
Thia vital work of the (mgineeit will supply the military authoritiei m
Wavhingtrm with inlormaUoo never before collected, anil a u carried for-
ward without a dollar's coal to the Government. And thia advertisement u
not paid lor. The Associated Advertising Club« ol the World have pra-
parrd the copy and the publishers have patnotically responded and prmled
it wnhont pay lor the take ol National Delenae and International Peaca.
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COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS OE THr
NAVAL CONSULTING BOARD Or THE UNITED STATES
in co -o p e r a tio n w ith
D w A m m r a a S m ir t y «1 O v i f Jla m e ro
T h e A m e n t a « S o d r r , eg M ech an ical
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T h a A m e rv/ in O m n a t a l So n e ty
F ngmevfing Societte. B u i U n ,
2 0 W r r f » 0 * Stenet. N e w York
The work of remodeling the capped for suitable places to spot
Boy Scout building was !>egun this cars to load. A change of this
week and it is expected to have it kind will be greatly appreciated.
ready for the council the first
IraiMehrling motored to Salem
Monday in July.
Civil engineers for the Southern
By combining ninety-four parts o f
Quite a number of citizens at
copper with six parts o f antimony and Pacific company were here Wed
adding a small quantity of magnesium
nesday looking over the railroad tended the roundup at Philomath.
In Paris. There are only twenty-nine
Stradivarius ’cellos In tbe world. Of
the 300 Stradivarius violins that were
made more than 200 have been bought
and sold by one dealer.—Argonaut
carbonate to Increase the weight, a
substitute for gold Is produced. This
alloy, It Is said, can be drawn, worked
and soldered much the same as gold,
and It also takes and retains a gold
It can be made for about 25
cents a pound when Its constituents
can be bought at normal prices.—
yards with a view o f putting in
more sidetracks for the conven Fret not for the dangers of tomor
row; it may never come.
ience of the carload shippers.
Mourn not for the yesterday for it
Under present arrangements of
has gone beyond recall.
tracks the shipper of wood, ties,
Today, only, is thine;
logs and lumber is greatly handi