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FALLS CITY NEWS
FALLS CITY. OREGON. SA TU R D A Y. OCTOBER 13. 1917
drama of the western type.
There are several new members
Dallas. Ore., Oct. 6. 1916
of the Club who will make their
Folk County'H Food Conserva
lirst appearance in Falls City in
tion executive committee met in
We are sure
conference with 0. M. Plummer this production.
o f the State Committee today, and that the Dramatic £lub are justi
discussed wuys and means of fied in expecting a large attend
conducting: the food campaign for ance both on uccount o f their suc
food conservation in Polk County. cess in this line in the past and
An udviaory committee was also as a ¡large attendance means
appointed, composed o f the fol more books for the public library.
lowing representative people of
the county: Judge II. H. Belt,
Judge E. C.Kirkpatrick, M. Mans-
ton, C. W. Beckett, A. B. Kobin-
son, Carl Graves, A. V. R. Snyder
R. L Chapman, J. W. Orr, F. 1).
Moore, C. L. llaw ley, W. V. Pol
ler, Winnie Braden. Mrs. C. V. (
Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Conkey, Ira.
Powell, Thos. W. Brook. Mrs.
Gibson, F. C. Ewing. Mrs. Wayne
Henry, H. J. Elliott, Frank Fawk.
Eddie Collins, star eecood baseman
T. E. Starr, Holt Stockton, J. J. o f the t'blcago American lesgtio club.
Thurston, N. Prather, Bulord Is ouo of the potent, res, >us why the
Stone, James Wooden, Mrs. H. C. White Sox are luuklng such u great bid
Eskin and others.
Local Chairmen were appointed
in each community and it was de
cided to secure the family pledges
through the school organization
during the week of Oct. 21 to 27.
All families fuiling to sign a pledge
during this week will be called
upon by the local board o f direct
ors and asked to sign or give
reason for not doing so.
A general meeting o f all those
interested in the campuign has
been called by Chairman Pitm an,:
in Dallas on Oct. 16. The meeting
will ojien at 9:00 o’clock when O.
M. Plummer, will uddress the
tudents in the auditorium o f the
Dallas High School. A t 10 o’clock
a general conference of the advis
ory committee will be held in the
Circuit Court Room followffl by a
luncheon in the Gail Hotel, given
by tty? Woman’s Cub and Dallas
Mr. W. V.
Fuller will act as toast master and
those present will lw? asked to join
in round table talks.
The different fraternal, church,
grange, farm union and other
o r g a n iz a tio n s are urged to send , I'hutu b y A m e rica n P re ss A ssocia tion .
EDW ARD T. C O LLIN ».
representatives to this luncheon
and to be present at the general to win the pennant. Collins played
meeting at 8 p. m. in the Circuit with Connie Mack's Athletics for seven
years and helped win three world's
In December, 11114,
Mack sold Kddlc to Charles CouiU-
Chr'mn Publicity Com. key for >50,000, It Is alleged, ami since
Collins of the White Sox.
Mrs. George Miller o f Black
Rock was given a surprise party
Tuesday afternoon, October 9th.
I t being her 62d birthday. The
afternoon was spent in visiting
with one ouother.
received many beautiful presents.
A t three o’clock a delicious
lunch was served.
The following were present:
Iheu lie baa been playing the Mime bril
liant ball that lie dal with (lie Ath
letics. t'olllns waa boru at Mlllertou.
N. Y , In 1NN7, and before becoming a
professional played on tlio Columbia
university nine. He began bis profes
sional career hi 1000.
Jimmy Archer Released.
Jimmy Archer, veteran catcher of
the Chicago Cubs, lias been tiauded his
unconditional release by President
Nave Schedule For Internationale.
Thu luternutloiiul league, through
President 1M Harrow, hu* announced u
supplementary schedule of forty-two
guiiies for vacli leuiu to take the place
of tbo luterleuguo series with the
Aiucrti aii nNMKlatlua, w lilrli the latter
circuit canceled after all ».r a n «, m e t .
liud b«*t*n completed. K a d i team will
play twenty-one guinea at home and the
.nine uuiuber ou alleu Helds.
Poultry Must Be Well
Fed to Return Profits
Notice is Hereby Given To the
legal voters o f School District No.
57 of Polk County, State of Oregon,
that a SCHOOL M EETING of
said District will be held at School
House on the 29th day of October,
1917, at 7:30 o’clock in the after
noon to vote on the proposition of
levying a special district tax.
The total amount o f money need
ed by the district during the fiscal
>'e “ r
FA V O R A B LY WITH A N Y LEG IT IM A T E
STORE PRICES IN COUNTY
" n i n g J u n e 18, 1917, a n d
e n d in g JUfUi «JO, lJ lo , IS e s tim a te d
in the following budget and in
cludes the amounts to be received
from the county school fund, state
i school fund, special district tax,
and all other moneys of the dis-
Berry Sugar per sack S8.50
To do their liest |ioultry must be
given good wholesome food. The prices
of the various grains should determine
(lie kind of feed for poultry. Cracked
ES TIM A TED EXPEN D ITU R ES
corn a|>|>eara to be the best and cheap
est scratch food. 1’osslhly outs may be
fed. For the l>e«t results u dry mash I urniture......................
should be fed.
One hundred pounds
eneti o f bran, wheat, middlings and
cornmeat, soveuty-Uve pounds of beef
such as maps, chalk,
scraps and twenty-tire |<otiuds of cot
tonseed have given good results, rec
ommends 1!. C. Kuandel, In charge of
poultry extension at the Pennsylvania Library Books................
I f akliumilk Is available It can I * fed
very profitably to growing chicks as Repairs of school houses,
well as to mature tieus. The »m ount \ outbuildings or fences
of beef scrap may then tie reduced.
Improving grounds...................... 20.00
A very commou practice with many j
flocks Is to feed the same quantity of Janitor’s w ages.............
scratch feed both morning and eve Janitor’s supplies .........
Better results have t»eeu ob
tained hy feeding quite sparingly In
tlie morning and heavily ut night. A L ig h t .............................
ben likes to scratch and work for her W a te r............................
Don't make It t o o easy for her.
Clerk’s salary ...............
ttemember activity Is the life or the lien
P H IL O SO P H Y .
Work Is often the father of
i oily the uwu over
whelm ed with »he weight o f his
owu leisure Happiness Is a good
that nature sells us.
Opinion rules the world, and
wise men rule oplulon.
Moat men die without having
I know no great men except
those who have rendered some
great service to the human race.
The moro you know the ¡css
aura you are.—Voltaire.
Postage and stationery ..
For payment o f bonded
debt and interest there
on, issued under Sec
tions 117,144,to 148 and
422 nf the School Laws
of Oregon, 1917.
Total estimated amount of
money to be expended
for all purposes during
the year .................. 12,635.00
E S T I M A T E D R EC E IP T S
From county school fund
during the coming
school y e a r .................. $2,525.10
From state school fund
during the coming
school yea r..................
Cash now in the hands of
the district clerk........ 1,257.00
Cash now in the hands of
the county treasurer,
belonging to the district 327.00
Estimated amount to be *
received from all other
sources during the com
ing school yea r......... 2,000 00
Total estimated receipts,
not including the money
to be received from the
tax which it is propos
ed to vote.................... 6,693.60
Hard One* Too.
I.lttle W illie—W hat's the name of
the feller what colts on yer sister'?
Little Johnny—I don't know yet. l’op
calls him something different every
time ho comes.—Exchange.
Hs Explains. .
did you get rid of
WILL FIND OUR PRICES C O M P A R E
'•Pome of It I was touched for and
soino of It I was tagged for.”—Louis
Head Barber Have you any partlen
lar rhoiee In shaving mugs? First As
slstant—Not a bit. I shave them all.
Best Hard Wheat Flour S 3.25
By the barrel
12 .0 0
Our store is now well prepared to
take care of your fall
Allow us to figure
on the order that you
SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
“ Meeting and Beating Competition” .
When tempted to put the results o f your savings,
which represents days, weeks, or even years o f
labor, into some questionable enterprise, remem
It is better to get four per cent, regularly with
the principal always yours, than to get perhaps
seven per cent, this year and probably no princi
ple for the rest o f the time.
Four per cent, and Safe is the Safe Course to fol-
Uow—unless you prefer speculation and the
BANK OF FALLS CITY.
East Via California
R E C A P IT U L A T IO N
S. G. Price
J. D. Moyer
W. C. Bullis
M. J. Morrison
“ Phil McGovean
“ M. D. Hammel
" Wm. Ridenor
Miss Geneva Sayre.
rob you of
D R . M IL E S *
Total expenses for the
1 Total estimated receipts
not including the tax
to be voted ..............
Balance, amount to be
raised by district tax
Dated this 3d day of October 1917
H. E. Starr,
Chairman Board o f Directors.
Attest:—R. M. Wonderly,
Is a pleasant' winter route.
Travel in comfort
through a land where it is always
There’s San Francisco. San Jose, Del
Monte, Monterey Pacific Grove, Santa
Barbara, Los Angeles, Long Beach,
Venice and many other charming re
sorts, and much beautiful scenery
en route. .
T h re e D aily T r a i n s
The Falla City Dramatic Club
will produce “ A Texas Ranger"
at Wagner’s Hall Saturday eve,
October 20. The performance is
given as a benefit for the Falls
City Public Library, as the Libra
ry Committee have arranged with
the Dramatic Club that a portion
of the proceeds will be turned over
to the Library.
The sale o f tickets is now on
under the direction of the Library
This play is a good clean comedy
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING
Q ian t. R .l.a «# Smith.
Pitcher Ueorii« flniltli, formerly of
ColumMa mili entity, lia« been turned
over by the New York Olants to Ilocb.
eater o f the International league undeg
an optional agreement. He ueeda fea
ther aeaaonlntf and may lie recalled
aftur the Harrow circuit doaea Its sea
” 1 ones hod torrlbl«
headaches anl feared I-a
Grippe. I could not a t
tend to my work. 1 took
■oms o f Dr. Miles' Anti-
Pain Pitta and tho pain
was quickly gone. Then
I etarted using Dr. Miles'
Nervine and tha trouble
vanished completely and
1 felt well and active
H E N R T FAR NH AM .
Spring Valley, Mtnn.
quickly relieve Pain, but
at the same time, when
over-work or nervousness
is the cause,
D r. M ile«*
should be used Co relieve
IF FIRST BOX, OR B O TTLE , F A ILS
TO B E N E FIT YOU, VOUR MONBY
W IL L BE REFUNDED.
MANY GOOD POSITIONS
Can be had by any ambitious
young man or woman in the field
o f railway or commercial teleg
raphy. We want a number of
young men and women to prepare
for the telegraph service to fill
| vacancies caused by
drafting o f young men for Signal
Prepare to help your
W rite today for full
particulars. The Railway Tele
graph Institute, Pbrtland, Oregon,
Portland to San Francisco. Standard
and tourist sleepers, dining cars, solid
tractive at th i3 season o f the year.
Ask your local agent for particulars
John M. Scott. General Passenger Agent
Southern Pacific Lines