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FALLS CITY NEWS
FALLS CITY OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBERS,
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING
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SELIG’S CASH PRICE STORE
Exclusive Dealer for
SCOTCH WOOLIN MILLS
Falls City, Oregon
WHEN THE WAR WILL EHD
“ Absolute knowledge I have
none, But my Aunt’s washer
woman’s son heard a policeman
on his beat, say to a laborer on
the street that he had a letter,
just last week, written in the
finest Greek from a Chinese Coo
lie in Timbuctoo. who said the
niggers in Cuba knew of a color
ed man in a Texas town who got
it straight from a circus clown,
that a man in Klondyke heard
the news from a gang of South
American Jews, about somebody
in Borneo, who heard a man who
claimed to know of a swell society
female rake whose mother-in-law
will undertake to prove that her
seventh husband’s sister’s niece
had stated in a printed piece that
she has a son, who has a friend
who knows when the war is go
ing to end.—Exchange.
Those bonds may be bought in
any size from #50 up. They can
be bought all cash down or on
the partial payment ¡.lay—2
down, 18% in 30 days, 40\ in 60
days, and 40% 90 days.
Unless the entire country takes
up this three billion dollar issue
of Liberty Bonds, the country
faces one alternative alone. The
money will have to be raised by
direct taxation, and that means
not only income taxes, but every
form of taxation that can be de
Automobiles and gasolene, for
example, as luxuries would prob
ably be taxed until it would he
almost impossible to own one.
By purchasing bonds the pe
riod of taxation for the was is
spread over many years.
Liberty Bonds are exempt
from all taxation up to #5.000.
Over that sum they are exempt
Oregon is facing a second Lib from all state and local taxation
erty Loan campaign.
and are liable only to the surtax.
This state is required to raise
It is planned by careful district
in Liberty Bonds the sum of $16- ing of the state to give everyone
500,00 and expected to raise over an .opportunity to purchase a
They are especially a poor
man’s investment, but the bank-
ers and corporations have already
subscribed for mi’lions of dollars
Around the House
When washing stained goods be care
ful not to dip them to hot suds until
they have been treated for the stained
spots and washed In clear water. All
spots or »tains that are uncertain
should be rubbed with pure kerosene.
When washing a sweater wash It
carefully with some white soap, rinse
well and add some bluing to the last
wafer tf the garment la white. Then
place It In a eleau pillowcase and pin
the case to the clothesline. When the
sweater 1» nearly dry put it on a coat
hanger In the sunshine.
A simple way to bleach handker
chiefs when It Is not convenient to
hang them oat of doors Is to wash
them and allow them to soak overnight
In the water In which a little cream of
tartar has been dissolved.
Save the envelopes that have trans
parent name spaces. Use for buttons,
tapes, etc. When !n a hurry It will
save time to be able to see what each
To keep a kitchen table white wash
It first with vinegar snd then scrub as
A simple method for buttering bread
for sandwiches Is to trim off crust on
the end of loaf, then butter end of loaf
and slice off. and It will not crumble
as when sliced before buttering.
BUCK ROCK ITEMS
The annual feast of the Brother
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Baker
hood of American Yeomen was made a trip to Portland in their
given Oct. 18th at the Falls City car, returning Tuesday.
Hotel. The guests of honor being
Mrs. Geo. Miller and Mrs. Gus.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Martin of Nes- Price drove to Falls City Tuesday.
kowin. Ore. The bride is a charm Fairfax Parish of Portland vis
ing little lady of pleasing person ited his aunt, Mrs. W. C. Bullis,
ality, and the groom has many last Friday.
James Collier returned Tuesday
friends in this city Congratula-
iBalderee’s Camp after being
tions and good wishes from all
sides were showered upon them.
Election of officers for Parent-
Mrs. Martin took with her a
beautiful arm bouquet, the gift Teachers* association Saturday
of Mrs. Droege.
All were invited to the home of
Gus Price is painting the inside
Mr. and Mrs. N. Selig where a of his new store.
very enjoyable evening was spent
Mrs. Frank Elik and father
socially and with cards.
drove up from Flills City Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Droege are cer with a load of pigs. Dad left B.
tainly to be commended for the R. singing, “ All Sold.”
excellent service, the table was
Teachers' salaries......... $8,040.00 beautiful, bountiful and appro Where? Black Rock School House,
50.00 priate; and we ask them to accept Oct. 3U, 7:30 P. M. Everybody
the thanks of all present.
Apparatus and supplies
The occasion will long be re come and bring a basket. Good
such as maps, chalk,
membered by “ Luckiamute Home program. Pagent of Wartimes.
400.00 stead. ’ May we have many
Use engraved calling cards and
75.00 more of them.
Call and see sample
Repairs of school houses,
outbuildings or fences.
$100 Reward, $100
Improving grounds ......
20.00 Mr. and Mrs. O. Aurland enter-!
,2 2 t
Janitor’s wages............. 600.00 tained Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sampson,
M T S T V S i ? . ! ^ a n h< M e.3
100.00 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wright and fam- S
C a ta rr h . H a ll's C a ta r r h C u re is th e o n ly
e c u r e now k n o w n to th e m ed ical
225.00 ily, of Norton, Mr. and l r i i a - p f r o a sitiv
F u e l................................
te r n ity . C a ta r r h b e in g a c o n s titu tio n a l
25.00 Henry Horn and the Misses Clara d ise a se , re q u ire s a c o n s titu tio n a l t r e a t -
iJ y Ht&n£afflr«htiy u£ o ? th£eSic£i
100.00 and Ethel Sampson, at dinner on t^
a n d m u co u s s u r f a c e s o f th e sy stem , th e re
by d e s tro y in g th e fo u n d a tio n o f th e d is
Clerk’s salary................. 100.00 Thursday evening, in honor of ease.
a n d g iv in g th e p a tie n t s tr e n g th b y
25.00 their niece, Mrs. Henry Dempsey b u ild in g u p th e c o n s titu tio n a n d a s s is tin g
Postage and stationery...
n a tu r e in d o in g its w ork. T h e p ro p rie to r»
h a v e so m u c h f a ith in Its c u ra tiv e po*
For payment of bonded
e r s t h a t th e y o ffer O n e H u n d re d D o llars
f o r a n y c a a e t h a t it f a lls to c u r t . S end
debt and interest there
fo r list of te s tim o n ia ls .
_ . .
A ddress F. J. C H ENEY A CO.. T oledo, Ohio.
on, issued under Sec
Sold by a ll D rum rists, 75c.
tions 117,144,to 148 and
T ak e H a ll's F a m ily P ills for c o n stip a tio n .
422 of the School Laws
of Oregon, 1917........... 2,500.00
Total estimated amount of
money to be expended
for all purposes during
Placed in your hands is an opportunity to give life to
your belief in the right of men and of nations to
From county school fund
lead free and peaceful lives.
during the coming
Your country offers you a part in aiding in the i*
school year .................$2,525.10
struggle for liberty the world has ever
From state school fund
you buy a Liberty Loan Bond you will
during the coming
as surely as if you carried the colors
school year.................. 584.50
Cash now in the hands of
the district clerk........ 1,257.00
If you are not able to subscribe for a large amount, you can buy
Cash now in the hands of
a $50 bond on the monthly payment plan offered by this bank
the county treasurer,
belonging to the district 327.00
Estimated amount to be
received from all other
sources during the com
ing school year............ 2,000 00
Total estimated receipts,
not including the money
to be received from the
tax which it is propos
ed to v o te ................... 6,693.60
route. Travel in comfort
Total expenses for the
it is always summer.
y e a r ....................... $12,635.00
Total estimated receipts
not including the tax
There’s San Francisco, San Jose, Del
to be voted ............. . 6693.60
Monte, Monterey Pacific Grove, Santa
Balance, amount to be
Barbara, Los Angeles, Long Beach,
raised by district tax 5,941.40
Venice and many other charming re
sorts, and much beautiful scenery
Dated this 3d day of October 1917
H. E. Starr.
Chairman Board of Directors.
Attest: - R. M. Wonderly,
Notice is Hereby Given To the
legal voters of School District No.
57 of Polk County, State of Oregon,
that a SCHOOL MEETING of
said District will tie 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 of money need-
ed by the district during the fiscal
year beginning June 18, 1917, and
ending June 30, 1918, is estimated
in the following budget and in
cludes the amounts to be received
from the county school fund, state
school fund, special district tax,
and all other moneys of the dis
A Lo an of the People, by the
People, and for the People
BANK OF FALLS CITY.
East Via California
T h re e D aily T ra in s
MANY 6000 POSITIONS
Can be had by any ambitious
young man or woman in the field
of 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 unusual
drafting of young men for Signal
corps. Prepare to help your
country. Write today for full
particulars. The Railway Tele
graph Institute. Portland, Oregon,
Portland to San Francisco. Standard
and tourist sleepers, dining cars, solid
tractive at this season of the year.
Ask your local agent for particulars
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
Southern Pacific Lines