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FALLS CITY NEWS
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Local News Hems
Bud Harris and Chris Horn
pleaded guilty to smoking cigar
ettes. Tuesday (laying a fine of
15, in Justice Hubbard’s court.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer left
’I he best show at the tieni tonight
Tuesday for Salem and points in
C. W. I>avis went to Portland Clackamas county to visit their
daughters. t They expect to be
absent about three weeks.
Wm, Bancroft was in Dallas
Chas. Olts and wife are rejoic
ing over the arrival of a fine Iwy.
W s lt e r 1 « T o o l
He registered for service, or to
be served. Wednesday afternoon,
Considerable sickness is report August 1.
ât Powell’s camb.
A young man between the uges
Don’t forget to call around and of 21 and 21 will have to prove an
pay up your subscription.
“ alibi” in case he marries lest the
war lords accuse him and his
For Sale—Three Rood cows.
bride of attempting to evade Hie
J. C. March. Falls City. Ore.
For Sale at a Bargain, a good
Some of our delinquent subscri
milk cow. Inquire at this office. *
bers have evidentally joined the
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
"Jesus Paid It All” society. We
Wm. Bohle. would be glad if they would bring
J. S. Rodgers is nursing a sore in their receipt so we may give
hand. He cut it on a cross-cut them credit.
“ Miners,” it is said, lynched an
inali a l the poet'-tru-e
a l r .l l a City. Poli rountr. Or**oa. aaJpf Iba
Act *4 ('«afreta «r Mar. h .V iura
Trlephoe«- Ntwi Olfic*.
Su W rlptlon Rale«: On« year. »1 00. a ll month«.
10 can:«; thraa month«. K cen ta l »incl« copy, * cla.
A d rertlalng Rale«: Diaplay. lS o e a ia a u Inch
Baal n o t Kollcaa. 1 eanta a lin e : For Sale. Rent.
Bgcbon g*. W ant an.l Pay K n leiialn u ien l No
lle«» & «U. a line. C a rd o lT b a n k a M e U :L e g a
K o ik e*, legal rate«.
Copy lor new ads. an tichan getah ottlil be teu l
la The Set»« not later th an V t l M a l a y _____
Official Xew.paper ef Ua City af rail» O tr
I ssued E very S aturday M orning
SATURDAY, AlHiPHT I, 1917.
Mr. and Mrs Frank White and I. W. W. leader at Butte, Mont,
VV. T. Grier went to Salem Sun a few nights ago. Of course the
mine operators could not lie suspi-
of having any desire to get
Ralph Adams has a bad hand
him. The I. W. W. is a
caused from getting a splinter
but it is not improving
stuck in it.
the breed by staging lynching
W. F. Nichols o f Sheridan was bees.
visiting friends in this city last
International Tailoring Company’s gun(j lv
Mayor Teal has appointed a
committee to look after the library
For Sale Cheap, Wicker baby
business. The committee, Mrs.C.
Mrs. E. B. Houser,
1« Hopkins, Mrs. Harry Starr,
Mrs. W. T. Grier, Mrs. W arren
and Models for Men’s
John Johnson left for Salem Ward, Wm. Bohle and N. Selig
Monday to enlist. He is over con- will meet meet Tuesday evening
at the City Hall to organize.
WE SELL THE BEST
G R O C E R I E S
F. M. H E L L W A R T H
P H Y S IC IA N A N D B U RG EO N
Today, tomorrow, or next week you
will llnd the best that can be bought
at any time or any place.
Olilo» one door mist ol I’. O.
<>«.» »tel , , , . .
K m li lt 'i u i* I IH»HH «»Uii
SHOES AND LOGGERS SUPPLIES
■m m .
j f a l l ô C i t v ? l 3o t c l
FALLS CITY LOGGING 4 LUMBER CO.
S s m p l# R o o m s
B o o l A o o o m m o d o tlo n o
Bohle’s Barber Shops
F i l l * C ity , O r e g o n
Where you ran (<i a M m r. Hair Cut. Rslk
t e f f lä
secure the unusual
Harry Brady and Miss Ruth
Lewis were married at the home
The meetings at the Free Meth- of the bride's father, J. H. Lewis,
; odist tabernacle, during the past Sunday, July 29th.
Rev. E. A.
■ month, closed last Sunday night. LaDow officiating.
Let your subscription go delin- i The young couple are well-
quent and then cuss the pub’isher known in the city and have the
for not getting out a better paper, best wishes of their many friends.
Government officials are still
busy explaining ‘‘W ny America
Miss Evelyn Haily of Carlton
Entered W ar.
The Secretary i,ag been visiting friends and
of War should issue a “ Hand- schoolmates here this week,
book” as an official guide for the
A. Persey attended the I
exponents of the war they might
Nation-Wide Propaganda to End
meeting of the Oregon Retail Jew
The different ver
elers Association at Dallas Mon
sions are about as perplexing as
the different church creeds on
N ew York, August 1.—Senator
Miss Edith are enjoying an outing R ob ert M. LaFoliette of Wiscon-
. u.-ioi, i in camp up the Luckiamute this sin, and Senator A. J . Gronna,
-The Government must cherish ^
: of North Dakota. have formally
the children. O a
Lathrop chief f h
bureau of the
labor. W ar has raised me \ ame
of human life also, even as 1
h o g s and cattle.
,ine price oi a
man for cannon fodder has ad-
vanced 50 per cent. It is just
possible that the day spc*en °
in th e 23d c h a p t e r an d 29th v e rs e
aligned themselves with
pacifist movement, according to
telegrams from them given out
here la8t nif?ht by the People’s
Council, which is conducting a
Senator LaFoliette was quoted
ag havin„ wired the council “ not
to be intimidated by the threats
traders ” h u t to betrin a t
o . i ,.i.p is a t h an d
If w a r con tin u es a fe w y e a r s ot w a r tr a d e r s , but to Degi a
of St. Luke,
there i8 Hable to be a lot of fellows »nee to work for the election of
wishing that they had studied members of congress who would
In looking over the revisea for *he ministry.
stand for the “ repeal » f obnox
schedule of pay for the army
Senator Gronna, the council
and navy, perhaps, one may be
permitted to think, provided he ing table broke Wednesday ,qiter- announced , had wired that the
does not think aloud.
the noon shutting the mill down for i “ constitution has not been re
army a Lieutenant General
the balance of the day. pealed or suspended.” —Portland
ceives #916.17 per month.
A The city council had better have Telegram.
“ high” private #30 per month, let Irving Matthews retain o w n e r - ---------- ----------
In the navy, an Admiral receives sbjp 0f ^be foot-bridge. Possibly MONEY A PU ZZLE IN CHINA.
$1,125 per month for shore duty, be would have kept it in repair.
it* C o in *, L ik a t h * N a tio n ’* D ialactO ,
a n d # l. 237,50 per month at sea.
Mist Leota Courier of Portland,
D iffe r In E v e r y C ity .
An ordinary seaman receives ¡3 visitinfr her g o d m o th e r this
In China dealing in money is a
$32.99 per month.
week. She will spend a few days business, one of tin* flourishing in
dustries of the country. There are
visiting in Dallas.
shops that deal in nothing else—
Recruiting officers are urging
We are indebted to Mrs. E. A. money exchange snops—anu
all Drafted men who have not yet
LaDow for a beautiful bouquet of will find one in nearly every twisting
been notified to appear for exami
choice flowers. We certainly an- little street in every city, open
nation, to enlist in the Regular
I merely little holes in ill" w ill,
preciate this remembrance.
where a skull capped proprietor sits
Arm y, as after you are notified
Miss Emily Miller of Corvallis, i behind a brass railing with little
you will not be accepted in any
piles of money on each side of him
branch of service except the Na President of our home Honor
and swiftly fingers his counting
board. Here you go shopping for
Guard Tea at the Beard residence. money just as you do for white flan-
Had it ever occurred to you that nel suits, eggs, green jade and ( an
Liberty bond* of sm> denomi
lurch members were fol-!ton
fol- ton silk, and you bargain just .•*
nation will be accepted at par on if all church
lonf “nd ju,t
,in ,h,> ° ^ T e
subscription to this paper.
Pay lowers of the “ meek and lowly Q: I and
devious wan of the orient, .
ne there would be no w ar: 1
The weather bureau in predict-
ing dry weather is not Fable to
humiliating antics of Jupiter
Some of the reckless automobile
drjvers should post themselves up
on the new ]aws before they get
A'rnl lor Djllti Mr.im Laundry
Hu n u l i »
I. r * »aiilf.l I u ptoUy MVMiiing
tlMM Ml NT*
G . L. H A W K I N S
Lo n g
M A R SH
hours, close and
tedious work are very apt
to result in Headaches or
other Pains. D on’t suffer.
D R . M IL E S ’
will quickly drive
Pain away, and
Dr. Miles’ Nervine
Take the boat from Amoy to Swa
tow, anil when you have gnt there
you w ill have to go to an exchange
shop to get local currency. But in
the open ports, where the foreigner*
do business, there has developed a
fairly standardized though still hec
The first thing you will have to
get used to is “ Mex.” The standard
o f/ prices wherever foreigners do
business is always Mex., and tin*
coin chiefly used is the Mexican dol
lar. Among the earliest traders to
come to the newly opened ports of
China were the Mexicans. They left
behind them their silver dollar, and,
curiously enough, it lias been used
So, then, is money in China the
root of all perplexity ns well ns of
all evil. Until China lias a uniform
system of currency throughout the
country it cannot do business on un
efficient national scale. A t any rate,
foreign capital will always hesitate
to enter where to the ordinary risk*
of business are added the uneerlain-
ties of a currency which may wipe
out legitimate profits overnight.—
Nathaniel PfefTer in World Outlook.
R e m a r k a b le S c r a p B o o k .
One of the mo t carefully guarded
possessions of the United States
treasury is a scrap book that is al
ways kept shut up in a massive
burglar proof safe in the bureau of
engraving and printing. Scarce any
on<t lias ever seen it save high offi
cials of the department. Its shabby
outside gives no suggestion of the
precious contents, yet pasted on the
tellow pages are “ proofs” taken
from all the important counterfeit
plates for paper money that have
ever been captured by the govern
A n Odd B ir d s ’ N * * t .
The oddest of all birds’ nests is
the one built by the tontobane, a
South African songster. It is built
of cotton and always upon the tree
producing the material.
structing the domicile the female
works inside and the male outside,
where he builds a sentinel box for
his owq special use. H e sits in the
box and keeps watch or sings nearly
all the time, and when danger ooinea
In the form of a hawk or a snake
he warns the family, but never en
ters the main nest.— Exchange,
M odal H u sb a n d .
A N I) G R A N I T I
M O N U M E N T S
D o lio « . O rp g o n
K C N K I I Al
D IZ Z Y S P E L L S .
"J| y n erv e« ta r a n t« all
w orn o u t 1 had bad h « « d .
a c h « a an d . e v e r , d lssy
I could n o t sleep
•nd m y a p p e tite w aa poor.
I b a g « » usin g D r. M ile*’
A n t l - r a ln PUla and th ay
alw ay a ( « v a m a In a ta n t r a
i l .? no m a tta r w h at th a
p ain .
T h a n l used D r.
N erv in e r«Eular1y
an d w aa soon In p e rfe c t
h e a lth « g a in .’’
M R S. S . D. T O U N O .
R . L. C H A P M A N
F U N E RAL
We n’tind lo al! «roik promptly.
0.i!'.is und Fells City, Oro.
J. O .
will assist you by relieving
Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and Miss
Uncle Samuel would do well,
Bessie returned to Powell’s camp perhaps, to devote a little more
the Nerve Strain.
are here awaiting the inspection W ednesday evening.
time in cultivating the friendship
11 « Pittsburg St..
IF F IR S T B O X , OR B O T T L E , F A IL S
of those discerning Clothes buy
N ew castle. P a n tv.
Mrs. Vassal. Mrs. J.M.Cleveland of men whe must win the war,
W IL L B E R E F U N D E D .
ers who appreciate the import
.¡. rather than allowing suspicion to
ance of Fabric-Quality, Style ! ^nd Mis3 Bessie were Salem visi
; be directed upon his every act,
Smartness and Price Economy. türs Tuesday.
j remembering that confidence be-
Eldon Frink, Mrs. Sears, and gets confidence, even as distrust
The newest designs will be
found here—destinctive and much Sybil Wilson are visiting relatives begets distrust.
A national currency system there
“ And ie that whv you are plena
superior to the common or gar in Tillamook.
is not. The coins, like the dialects, ed?”
change as you go from city to city.
Fresh Bread, (^akes,Cookies,Pies
"Certainly, my tUar. I looked in
It A l< »•►-!$ PlfOPfl
and other bakery goods, every
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
d u cu ti
Prices as low as consistent
Fa Ile ' H f,
1 - r ATF
M IO KALSO N
D o u te r in
H F « A I . I-’J t T A T E
K e lt * C i t y , O ri-g o n .
BROWN SIS l E i ABSTRACT CO;
(10 MUI Hirrrt
JO H N
P«IUa. <»r«f a «.
m ilt KY.
* | km ^ I
folk t ini ni) Kttcvrda.
the encyclopedia ntul found that a
‘skate’ is a l a r g e fi«h.” St. 1’anl ,
N o’.ice tu N e w s S u b sc rib e rs
The great Buddhist shrine, tin*
Shway Dugon at Rangoon, is no tem
ple, but a great pagoda, rising from
its platform to a height of .’b'»8 feet
and all completely covered with gold
leaf. This platform, with a peri
meter of nearly 1,4U0 feet, is the!
place of worship. The pagoda it
self has no interior. It is a solid !
stupa of brick raised over a relic j
A murk heie indicates that
your subscription is delinquent.
Pleuse call und fix it.
M r. H orn #
C O M E TO F A I L S CITY. O R t G O r
Buy O rch ard
F v e 's F r u it.
It is diffi: nit t • determine the j
| specific tree which ha* lieen traits
latcd from the Hebrew word as “ap- ,
p ie ” Most modern writers main- j
tain that it was either the ipiinee j
or the citron. Orange trees nre now i
found ill Palestine, hut there does i
not appear sufficient evidence that
this tree w h s known in earlier times
to the inhabitants of that land.
N o t T a lk i n g T h * r e .
Mr. Styles— D > you want to go
down to the mint ?
Mrs. Styles— No, it’s too noisy
Headquarters for Candy and Cignrj
"W hat do you mean bv noisy?”
“ Why, if money talk* it must be ,j
"But they have a way of shutting
it up at the mint.”— Yonkers States-
Ai The Churches
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Preaching service 11 a. m.
Song and praise service 7:30
followed by preaching at 8:00.
Mid-week prayer meet ing 7:30 p.m
Everyone cordially invited to
attend these services.
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
M. I- CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00
Morning Worship 11.
Junior League 3:00.
Epworth League 7:00.
Evening Service 8:00
‘‘You appear pleased, my dear,”
said her friend.
“ Indeed, I am. You know while
W E E K -D A Y S E R V IC E
I was away visiting mother Henry
went fishing, and the neighbors say Gospel Chorus 7:30 p. m. Tuesday
ha camp home with a beautiful Praver Meeting 8. pm Wednesday
( ’auili»s, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
L . B . W O N D E R L Y ’tì
D e a f n e s s C . in n o t lie C u r e d
b y lo ca l ap p lication », a.» they i annot
r« a c h th<* tliacaaart portion or thn «or.
T h e ra is on ly on« way In c u r - il .line»«,
•n<l th a t la by ron oiltu llon J r incd lr*
D en fn raa l a ,c a u s d bv nn Inflnm ril
tlnn o f th « m uenu* lining o f Ih« I i* ta -
c h la n T u b e. W hen (h i* tub« Is In d irn e !
ou h a v * a tu m b lin g sound nr Im p crfrrt
ra rin g . *n d when II la «n tlr« ly closed.
I>eafn«a* Is tha resu lt, and u n i« ** lh « In
flam m ation can bo tak en out and th is
tube restored to It* n orm al condition,
h ea rin g will ba destroyed fo rev e r; nino
c a se s out o f ten a re rau sed by C a ta rrh ,
which Is nothing b ut an Inflam ed co nd i
tion o f the m ucous su rfa c e s
will alTarhm nundred Dollar» to r a e r caae « f
i r n e » (ranwd hr caiarrhi that cannot I»» cured hy
II a Catarrh Cor« Scad tor circular» free
r j c n g N itr, * o o , Toledo, okto.
Sold by Drogguta, The.
T al» U su a ran ti/ r u n for coastlpsuoa.