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NES OF WAR
8ATURDAY. MAY 5. 1017
PALLS CITY NEWS
GETTING WHAT PEOPLE WANT
L V. Muckin of the Oregon Ag
O. Aurland has purchased a
riculture College was in the city
Tuesday in the interest of the
For Sale A garden plow by G. growing of foodstuff this summer.
He got the co-operation of others
F. K. Hubbard sprained his in putting vacant land in cultiva
tion for the growing of products
foot quite badly Thursday.
to be used during the reign of
Miss Ida Crawford was shop the war. Though he did not vote
ping in Dallas Wednesday.
for Wilson he believes in standing
by him and rendering whatever
Mrs. M. L Thompson and Mil
aid he possibly can during these
dred were in Salem Friday.
( has. Hopkins made a trip to
Eugene the first of the week.
Thara If m or* O atarrh In th lf »•etlon of
GOOD ROADS MEETING.
NIGH SCHtai KITES
A gtxxl roads mealing " a s held
The Oregon Agricultural College
at the Wagner hall last Thursday
English Heroes Gain More Than
night. A very good attendance has lieen called upon by the state
that you want, but if you want
was had. Owing to the fact that to urge the planting of all avail
Glory by Success.
it was the meeting night of a able garden spaces and supervise
anything that we do not carry,
prominent lodge no meeting was the work. Mr. Mackin from the
we’ll get it for you as quick as
W EALTH HEAPED UPON THEM.
had, so its members could have Extension Division visited oqr
anybody else can. We haven't
the liberty of attending the s h a k school Wednesday and was pleased
a very large stock, but we try
ing Hnd hearing a discussion re to note that work in this direction
M a n y H a v a Been M a d a Im m anaaly
good mads. Music was had already begun.
R ic h aa a R e w a rd F a r W in n in g D a *
that we sell to. We succeed
eiaiva Battlaa— Q iR a T h a t W a ra Ba-
furnished by the High School
Miss Lucas from Normal at
atowad U p o n tha D u k a of W e llin gto n.
orchestra. The s h a k e rs of the Monmouth viaited school this
pretty well in supplying them.
evening were Oscar Hayter, a week also Superintendent Crow
According to Burn«, glory la tha aol-
Now and then, however, there
th * country than «11 o th tr »lit#**#» put
diara only prise, ami hla wealth but
fa th cr. and until th« laat few y e trt prominent lawyer of Dallas, W.V. ley, Supervisor Moore and Luella
is a demand for something that
honor, and in tha eyes of moat people
Mrs. A. H. Dodd is having a to
w a i auppcvK#<t to be Incurable F o r n ffraai
many yaara doctor* pronounced it * local Fuller, of Dallas, and E. J. Adams. Ward.
tha reward of heroism la Indeed mere
severe attack of rheumatism
we do not carry.
dtaeaa« and nraacrlbed local rcmedlee. an«]
ly praise and medals. But many a
by conatantiy falling to cur« with local State Highway Commissioner.
The following program was
tra a tm m t, pronounced it Incurable, ■cl
great soldier has won a fortune from
We want you to bring your
•nee haa proven C atarrh to be a conati-
a week sgu Friday:
hla successful campaigning, especially
tutlona) tflaaaae, and th e n .fo r* rcaulrei»
special needs to us. and we will Tuesday to be sent to Portland.
constitutional treatm ent. H a ir* Catarrh ter who made a strong address in
In the armies of Europe.
Cura, m anufactured by F. J Chenay A
American heroes have been rewarded
get the goods. “ I f we haven’t
Co.. Toledo. Ohio, la the only Conalltu- favor of the bonds.
C. L. Barnhart and family of tlonal cura on th« m arket. It 1« taken In
by private gifts of real estate and by
ternally In doaea from 10 dropa to a t«a- ed the needs of good roads by
got it, we will get it for you.”
Miss Haslop's room.
the gift of public office, but except for
Independence were in the city this •poonful. It acta directly on th« blood
and mucous su rface* of tha ayatem They pointing out the paved roads of
the "prise money,** which meant for
Mrs. Hopkins, Mrs. Wagner and
That’s our motto, and we suc week.
offer one hundred dollar* for any caao It
tune to many an adventurous lad or
fall« to cure. Send for circu lar* and taa- Dallas and the durability of pav Mrs. Lunde were present.
ceed pretty well in carrying it
man In the old days, the awards to
A ddreaa: T J C H F N E Y * C O . Toledo, O. ing when the work was done
’Hie school board met last Wed
American soldiers and sailors have
8ol<1 by Dr ti « fla t« , 7ic.
right. The upkeep of the roads nesday and elected (Tara Samp
barbara spent the week-end in Taka
been much smaller than those in Eng
llall'a Family I'illa tor constipation.
when not paved, he said, amount son and Miss Wilbur of Monmouth.
THOMPSON DRUG STORE.
General Grant, General 8herman,
to $llk) to $J»xi a year and that
General Lee—even George Washing
The pupils of the Fourth grade
Send us whatever news you the paved streets of Dallas had
ton, though be was made president-
gave a very good program Friday
HIGH SCHOOL RECIPES.
made no money from their successful
know. We will not publish your not cost one penny in repairs since
campaigns. But for his services in the
their construction. He said that
name but will publish the news.
South African war alone the late Lord
roads over which travel was most
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grier and
Roberta of England received from par
liament a grant of nearly $¿00.000 In
should be the ones to be psved, il
Miss Edna Simonton of Salem vis
American money. Added to that, an
1 c cooked prunes, seeded ( ”*“
lustrating for an example, the
ited in Falls City Sunday.
earldom was conferred upou him. and
budding of sidewalks where the
ba was made a Knight of the Garter
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies.Pies
} c sugar.
and appointed commander iu chief of
most feet walked, the erection of
and other bakery goods, every
c chopiied nuts.
electric lights in districts where
AU this followed the reward of some
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
$«13.500 for bis services In Afghanistan,
I I vanilla.
during which be made tbe famous
J. O. Mickalson traded his 10-
march in twenty-one days from Kabul
1 T butter, melted.
j ed and made a brief address in
peach orchard in Salem for
to Kandahar, which is still a "fable”
3 crackers (J c rolled fine)
among tbe men of tbe army.
j city property at Forest Grove.
1 t B. P.
Tbe late Lord Kitchener also won a
; the bonding for g<xxl roads. He
fortune by his successful campaigning,
Mrs. C. L Starr of Portland and
parliament awarding him $250,000 for
Mrs. Arthur Starr of Dallas visit
| supposed | lanned out and forced
Salman or Luna Fish Salmon.
his service in South Africa and later ! Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
at Harry S ta rr’s Thursday.
adding to that $150.000 for smashing W EATH ERLY CONFECTIONERY.
through at a midnight hour so as
1 can salmon or tuna fish.
the khalifa in tbe Sudau. for which
j to cause little objection from some
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vick of
1 c shredded cabbage or sliced
feat be also received his seat .In the
j opposing legislator. Though he celery.
house of lords.
Salem visited at the home of Mr.
The late Lord Wolseley received from
i admitted that it came in at *he
and Mrs. Ira Mehrling Sunday.
Drain the oil from the fish ; re
parliament $200,000 at various times
j last of the legislation, it was the move the bones and bits of skin.
and was also given a scat In tbe bouse
A party of young people from 1
| earliest possible time that it could Add the cabbape or celery, and
of lords for his triumphs on the battle
came over Tuesday and
field. notably during tbe Ashanti war.
be brought up. He ended his Mayonnaise or cream salad dress
B ut it was the Duke of Wellington
spent the evening at Mrs. Warren
by reciting a parody on ing. Arrainge on lettuce and gar
whose victories brought In tbe great
Maud Muller and the Judge.
est spoils. It having been estimated
nish as desired.
AVOID HEART STRAIN.
that bis fighting resulted In a fortune
E. J. Adams then took the stand
o f more than $9,000,000.
day night by the dropping of May Any Vi olan t Emotion or E x ertio n Tondo and began his s(>eech by relating
His great victory at Assaye brongbt
to S h o r ten Life.
2 cakes Fleischmann's yeast.
the coming of the pioneer to this
him a sword and a service of plate
baskets at the homes in different
Do not get angry. Any strong country who after making their
from tbe inhabitants of Calcutta val
1 quart lukewarm water.
emotion adds to the labor of the
ued at nearly $20.000, while for win
ning the battle of Tslavera he was
heart, and a heart overworked
tablespoonfuls lard or butter.
made a peer and voted a pension of
means shortened life. So reasons forest to the settlement, and a fte r
$10.000 a year to continue through two Candies, Tobaccos and Cigars, at j Salem Monday where she accom-; Dr. J . Strickland Goodall in a re wards made a road and then when
3 quarts sifted flour.
panied her son, Chester who en cent paper on the prevention of the roads became difficult to pass
L. B. W O N D E R L Y ’S
1 tablespoonful salt.
His victory at Salamanca greatly
over with their iron tired wagons,
added to this already substantial for
Dissolve yeast and sugar in luke
From before birth until a little
tune. since be received after it the
water, add lard or butter
after death the human heart beats
thanks of parliament most royally
backed up by a marqnlsate and $500.-
operation at the Dallas hospital from 70 to 150 times a minute, and improvements that was convenient and half the flour. Beat until
Wednesday for appendicitis. He each beat means work equivalent to for the thoroughfare of the set smooth, then add salt and balance
After tbe great campaign In tbe Pyre
raising a two pound weight through tler. In these days of the motor of the flour, or enough to make
is getting along nicely.
nees and tbe battles which sent Na
one foot. To form an idea of this driven vehicles, he said, the roads dough that can be handled. Knead
poleon to Elba. Wellington was made
work one has only to take such a
a duke by his grateful country and
G. D. Treat has disappeared weight in his hand and lift it over needed to be built more solidly until smooth and elastic. Place in
was given a grant of $1.500,000 and bis
from his accustomed haunts and that distance as many times in a than in the days of the iron tired greased, cover and set aside in
Income made up to $85.000 a year.
vehicle. The graveled roads, he moderately warm place free from
it is said that he has gone to one minute as the heart beats.
In consequence, when the French em
peror escaped from Elba and made
would not stand the draft, until light—about one and
of the camps to work.
that triumphant march that ended at
heart’s action increases its labor. swift passage of the automobile, one half hours. Mould into loaves.
Waterloo, the Duke of Wellington, re
Miss Winifred Brown of Port Accurate tests have shown that a as the gravel would be pushed Place in well greased pans, filling
turning a hero to London, perplexed
land, a registered Pharmacist has man riding a bicycle up a 10 per aside, causing it to spread and a them halffull, cover and let rise
all England with the problem of how
cent grade for 2,904 feet in four
to reward him. Tbe highest honors
accepted a position at the drug minutes adds an amount of labor to cloud of dust to settle over the one hour, or until double in bulk.
and a great fortune had already been
store of M. L Thompson.
his heart that would lift a ton and roadside by the passing of the Bake fortyfive to sixty minutes.
given him, bnt parliament added an
an eighth one foot.
other $7,000,000 to his wealth, and he
automobile, and as a result every
Dr. Prime has moved into the
drew in addition $300,000 in prize
Violent physical exertion of any year the road had to be repaired.
The famous ROOT and BERRY
money, and the king of Portugal pre remedy for RHEUMATISM. Con Kirkpatrick home. The Kirkpat- kind quickens the heart beats.
i c sugar.
He compared the voting against
sented him with plate worth more than tains no chemicals or opiates, and
Strong emotion has the same effect.
will not injure the most delicate [Wash., where they will enter a Intense anger may increase the the bonds to some of the farmers
This is one of the greatest fortunes
heart’s labor from 150 pounds per of this state who had tilled the soil
or digestion. Results
ever msde in warfare—that is. by pub stomach
minute to 225 pounds.
guaranteed or money refunded.
for forty years, planting it to one
lic g ift
Nor do the rewards that England
The following births are report impossible in the young, healthy crop until its substenance was
gives her soldiers consist merely In
1 c dates, seeded and cut in
M. L. THOMPSON,
worn out, and instead of fertiliz
ed for the month of April: to Mr. and
flat sums of money or titles. In many
aa well nourished adult, but quite
instances they take the form of pen
and Mrs. Ira Lee Teal, a boy, likely in all others. Once it occurs ing it with manure threw it out
1 c California walnuts, chopped.
sions. to be continued for several gen
name, Donald Lee; to Mr. and the heart is incapable of eitra work of the barn door and when it ac
erations. Lord Napier of Magdala re
Mix the sugar and eggs. Mix
and fails when called upon to do it. cumulated very high around the
ceived a pension of $10,000 a year to
Mrs. Floyd Jones, a girl.
fruit, nuts, and dry ingred
door they moved barn. He nar
extend during two lifetimes, and when
one cannot be too careful to econo
then add to the first mix
Lord Raglan was killed In the great
W. T. Grier is having the old mize in the work laid upon this or rated a trip he had made from
Russian war his wife was given $5,000
Mix and turn into an oiled
Seattle to Everette, Wash., and on
Sunday School 10 a. m.
j power house remodled and docks gan.
a year and his son $10,000 a year, while
dish or granite pan. Bake
Viscount Gough, the hero of the Sikh
Preaching service 11 a. m.
built to accommodate the mach
According to Dr. Goodall, the t his trip he said there passed five
as Prune Pudding.
war, received not only a pension of
Song and praise service 7:30 inery for his plainer and resaw. man who retires to bed at 10 in hundred vehicles, six of these
$10,000 a year from the government,
were driven by horses, he said the
followed by preaching at 8:00. Lumber is already being placed
bnt an equal sum from tbe Honorable
foot pounds a year. Lying down horse was getting to be a curosity,
E ast India company.
Mid-week prayer meeting7:30 p.m on the yard.
half an hour daily lessens its la
FINGER CRUSHED IN COGWHEEL
For the victory of the Nile. Nelson
Everyone cordially invited to
bors in the same period by 219,000 though they would be used on the
received a pension of $10,000 a year to
J . S. Rodgers was out again this foot pounds. If your Sundays were farm for a long time to come. A
Vansel Busch, an employee of *■
last through three generations. After attend these services.
after being confined to the spent in bed the yearly relief to friend of his in Washington who the Davis mill got the end of the
the battle of Aboukir Bay he was made
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
a peer, and a second $10,000 pension
| house for two weeks with erysipe your heart would amount to nearly hqd always opposed good roads middle finger of the right hand
was added. The Irish parliament at
las. He ha3 been in a very ser 1,000,000 foot pounds.— Cincinnati told him that when it passed he crushed off in a cogwheel Monday.
the same time granted him a pension
ious condition but hopes to be Commercial Tribune.
of $5,000 a year for life, while the Hon
sold his farm in Snohomish county
orable East India company added Its
able to get about as usual soon.
and moved to avoid payment, and
T h * M an W ith th e 8 ilv e r Arm.
little gift of $50,000 a year.
ENLISTS IN NAVY.
that since the good roads had
Lord Alcester, another great English
We wish to thank the young count of Monclovn, was Spanish
soldier, was awarded a pension of $10,-
Chester Ward went to Salem
come through, the farm was sold
people for the beautiful May bas viceroy of Mexico in the latter part
000 a year, but bad It changed for the
for double the amount he had got Monday where he enlisted in the
1 he be6t show at the Gem tonight kets which they left at our door. of the seventeenth century.
flat sum of $150,000.
it and that now it had en navy. He left Thursday for San
The commuting of pensions was done
was sent out to take charge of New
Mrs. H. E. S tarr was in Dallas We appreciate their thoughtful Castile in 1686. lie was called “the hanced in value until buyers were Francisco where he will enter the
on several occasions by famous gener
ness very much.
als, Lord Wolseley preferring $125,000 Monday.
man with the silver arm” for the on the waiting list, and that never Yeomen school for an eight months
down to the prospect of $10.000 a year
Mr. and Mrs. J . R. Mover.
simple and literal reason that, hav again would he oppose good roads. training.
during his own and bis son's lifetime.
Miss Hammond was in Dallas
ing lost his right arm in battle, he
Such pensions and rewards sound
Russel J . Vashaw of Dallas was supplied its place with an arm of Washington with its good roads,
enormous compared with those of this Tuesday.
in this city Thursday. He is a silver. He founded the town of he said, was far ahead of Oregon, roads was the saviour of Paris.
country, but they show tbe value
which Britons put upon valor and their
reformed printer, having been Monclova and began the construc having five congressmen and two During his speech he brought out
belief in tbe old saying that to the Dallas, Oregon.
until recently employed on a Dallas tion at his own expense of the aque senators, while Oregon was be many excellent and favorable
victor belong the spoils.—Philadelphia
newspaper. He failed in the ex duct which brings the water from hind and had been patching roads points in regards to the voting o * v
Chapultepec to Solto del Agna
Mrs. Frank Hayden was in Dal
amination for the National Guards along the ancient route. In 1689 for sixty years. In regards to bonds on June 4.
T ree friends visit ns In prosperity
and is thinking of trying the navy the Spanish government transfer
only when Invited, but In adversity
as to be in trim to chase the red him to the control of the Peru- said was as necessary in time of ed a luncheon at the dosé of the
they come without Invitation.—Theo
war as in time of peace, as good speech.
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