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FALLS CITY NEWS
KALLS CITY OREGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1917
B U C K ROCK ITEMS
SOLDIERS' LETTER DAY-HOY.
LIVING LONG AND W E LL
Supt Crowder and wife visited
On Sunday, November 11, write
Cat* the P roparly Balancad
a letter to your boy, or if you In E v e ry Lifo
our school on Thursday.
la tha W inno r.
Mr. and Mrs. Zim Hinshaw via-1 have no boy or relative in the W’bat profltetb a man (bat he gain
T ha IMint allow at th» (lem tonight t ited at the home of Mr. and Mra. American Army or Navy, write the whole world yet loae hie health)
a letter to your neighbors' boy, In the race for power and place, for
Wm. Tillotlson on Thursday.
euae of circumstance and relief from
and «end him a copy of the old the allmulua of hunger, tha modern
Clothes cleaned and preaaed.
, ^eUwarth made u proles- home newspaper. ta t him know man la apt to forget that unleaa he la
m our c‘ty 0,1 Monday, j you are thinking of him, that you careful of hla body he will eoon be
to auffer for the Infraction of
^ Mrs. Z. Batoumey of I’owell s Mrs. (j. price made a busi- believe in him, that you are back- made
Nature'* Inexorable phyalca! law.
( amp was in the city Wednesday, ness trip to Kalis City on Monday, ing him and you want him to With the loes In body tone cornea an
loea In mental acuity, and the
‘The mill shut down Wednesday
Little Jane Hammel was oper- mu*te g°°d physically and morally, equal
brain, which for a time waa able to
nnd part of Thursday to repair ated on Saturday in Dallas for Cell him to make um of the Army operate despite the complaint* of au
her tonsils und adenoids. She is and Navy Y. M. C. A’ It’s the overfed, nndercxerclaed, aelf poisoned
boy that is lonesome and heartsick body, atop# working.
Newly furnished rooms to rent, getting along nicely.
have discovered that
, for a letter from home that of- the Statisticians
mortality rate of persona In the
Close to mill. M. R. Matthews.
Mra. Dimmick was a caller in times fails. Many of the boy« Untied State* over forty-five years of
The mill company is filling an tails C ity on Monday.
are homesick and a letter from age la Increasing. The strenuous life
today la not alone responsible for
order for the Government this
The Black Rock people gathered home—from you will do much to- of
this. Lack of health giving exercise,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs Geo. ward effecting a cure. Will you superfluity of diet, lack of restoring
sleep, overstimulation, the high press
Miss Mary Hammond returned Graves Wednesday evening for a do it?
ure of tha race for power, wealth and
Thursday evening from Powell’s Hallow-een party. Th* evening
position, plus physical neglect—these
The conservation of food, or bring early decay. The goal la reach
Camp where she has been the was spent in playing games. A
lunch consisting of roasted ween- the prevention of waste, is a ed—wealth la amassed—honor, posi
tion and power are just being grasped
ies, bread and butter and Elder move in the right direction not when the apple of accomplishment
The usual Hallow-een pranks berry juice was served to all. only as a war measure, but for turns to ashes of dissolution. The
were played Wednesday night.
The guests went home at mid- the reason that it is wrong to be brilliant mind becomes clouded, the
steady band la no longer accurate, the
BEEF BY THE QUARTER- night having spent a very pleas- wasteful at Any time. A great eye which once gazed fearlessly on the
ant evening with one another.
many Americans are born wast- whole world la dimmed, and It ta not
ut 10 to 13 cents a pound, cash.
before the final breakup occurs.
Nan Smith went to Corvallis on ere. and no difference as to what long
Knlls City Meat Market.
All of this was entirely preventable.
straights of want they are re
Other things being equal. It Is the
Mrs. E. A. LaDow’, who has
man who leads the well balanced life
duced, they will waste.
I been in Salem the past month tak Earl and Wm. Frame started to
who lasts the longest, whose work to
the end ta uniformly the best—be who
ing treatments is at home for a school on Monday.
neither overworks nor overplays, nei
few days. She is much improved
The war tax will never be ther
overeats, overdrinks nor over
and will return Sunday and con
equitably adjusted, or distribu sleeps, he who maintains a standard
ted until all alike contribute their of simple, healthy diet in moderation,
One day last week the high share. So long as the manufac who offset* mental work with physical
Fresh Bread Cakes,Cookies,Pies «ch«,,
dujf the rK)Ultoes that turer or jobber can add to the recreation, who-Is as honest with his
own body as he Is with bis own busi
r , other bakery goods, every1
were planted by the High school | price of an article a sufficient ness. When success comes to such a
ay, at the Falls City Bakery.
last year. There were twenty- amount to pay the tax and net one hla physical and mental condition
such that he can enjoy In peace of
Mrs. W. M. Black and son An-'seven sacks. These potatoes will a handsome profit besides, and Is
mind and contentment of body the
drew were Dallas visitors last be used by the science girls in the j pass it on down to the next man, fruits of hla labors.—Health Bulletin.
soup kitchen this winter.
the plan is wrong. He evades
OUR PORPOISE FISHERY.
A new flag pole will be erected Payment of his share of of the
Mrs. A. M. Vassal and Mrs. C.
L. Hopkins were dinner guests at on the school ground in a few war burden,
O n* of tha Oldevt and Least K n o w n In .
duatrioa In Am orica.
Mrs. Eleanor Butler’s Saturday. days.
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One of the oldest and least known
The Honor Guard held a meet i Come to the M. E. church next Industries In America la the porpoise
Matron wanted at the Falls City
Mrs. A. F. Oshery, which bas been operated from
Hospital A good place for mar ing Monday after school, to ap- Sunday morning.
Hatteraa, In North Carolina, for
ried couple who can do general
about 200 years. It should attain an
the Christmas boxes that are be- message will be in commemora- unusual prosperity in the next few
nruse work at times.
ing made for the soldiers.
tion of the four hundredth anni- years, for the bureau of fisheries Is
more general use of porpoise
Apples for sale. Apply to
George Wagner, Vernon and versary of the nailing of the urging
place of cowhide. It Is an
Emerson Murphy, Winfield John- Ninety-five Theses to the door of excellent leather and could undoubted
Mrs. Belle Elwood of Portland son and Laverne Mickalson visited the Castle Rock church at Witten- ly be used more widely.
the most valuable prod
spent several days visiting her school this week.
bury. Come and bring your uct Heretofore
of the fishery has been the oil
mother, Mrs Mary Thorne, last
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lowe enter- j friends.
Strangers especially which Is extracted from the Jaws of
the porpoise and Is worth about $20 a
tained a few of their friends on welcome.
gallon. It la universally used for lu
bricating watches and other very del-
Mrs. A. M. Vassall spent sev Wednesday eve with a Hallow- The Epworth League meetings Icate
mechanisms. The body blubber
eral day; in Dallas this week.
Is also valuable. Attempts to manu
cally decorated with Jack-o-Lan- League room was filled Sunday facture fertilizer out of the carcasses
Mrs. F. K. Hubbard is improv- terns, autumn leaves and black night. You come next Sunday have failed because of the distance
from a fuel supply.
cats, witches, owls, and bats, night.
The porpoises are taken at Hatteras
The Red Cross Benefit tonight jteered out from their hiding At the evening service the Pastor In seines operated from the shore, and
It Is probably the only place hi Amer
at Wagner’s Hall desires your pa places behind pictures and cur will have a helpful message.
lea where this has ever been success
tronage. Buy your tickets wheth
Special music will ibe rendered fully done During the fall, winter
er you go or not. The money will played. At 11 o’clock an appro at evening service; also Dr. Ford and spring many porpoises are seen off
priate lunch was served. The will conduct the 1st quarterly i the south Atlantic coast and at Hat-
be used in a good cause.
they come within a few hundred
guests, at a late hour departed, conference Nov. 9. Full attend-! (eras
yards of the surf. They are taken by
John Farrier and Clinton Hub having spent an enjoyable even
spreading seines about 200 yards out
bard of Co. E. 44th Infantry, visi ing.
side the surf line. As soon as the por
A. F. Hanson, Pastor. poises
have come inside the seine It
ted at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ta dragged ashore. Often a whole
W. M. Black last Sunday. Mr.
school of these sea creatures Is taken
NOTICE OF FINAL
Farrier is a nephew of Mrs. Black
In a single haul—Baltimore American.
CARD OF THANKS
and belongs to the sharpshooters,
Notice is hereby given that M.
We desire to express our sincere
and is the crack-shot of the regi L. Thompson, administrator of
to our friends and neigh
H o w ’a Th is?
the estate of Matilda Travis,
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
Will those who donated books deceased, has filed his final ac assitance in the laying to rest, our ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
and Magazines please bring them count as such administrator in beloved husband, son and brother. Cure.
to the Library building or notify
F . J. C H E N E T A C O . Toledo. O.
Mrs. Walter Tice,
Oregon for the County of Polk,
We. th e undersigned, have known F J
me and we will get them.
for th e la s t 15 yeara. and believe
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Tice Cheney
him perfectly honorable In all buslnees
Mr. C. L Hopkins. and that Monday, the 3d day of
tran sactio n s and financially able to carry
December, 1917, at the hour of
out a n y obligations m ade by hte Arm.
NATIONAL BANK O F COMMERCE.
The South Hill club met at Mrs. ten o’clock in the forenoon of
Frank White’s Friday afternoon, said day, at t*he court room of ^ + h + h + h -K 'I
H a ll's C a ta rrh C ure te tak e n Internally,
at the Bungalow. The afternoon said Court, in the County Court
roue eurtacee of th e system T estim onials
was profitably spent in work, House in Dallas, Polk County, ”
by ell D ruggists.
music, and a so:ial hour, after Oregon, has been appointed by "
which a dainty lunch was served said Court as the time and place !
by the hostess assisted by Mrs. E. for the hearing of objections to
It is very doubtful if the little
the said final account and the "
South American countries will be
of any material aid in the war
Dr. G. E. Prims has opened the
Dated and first published Nov-
against Germany so far as fight
old Falls City Hospital in the east ember 3, 1917.
strength is concerned. The
part of town and is prepared to
M ,L. THOMPSON,
You for the money we
first thing would be a loan from
care for the sick and afflicted.
Administrator of the estate of ;;
can save you on your
the United States to equip them.
Already he has operated on two
Matilda Travis, deceased.
new Suit or Overcoat
It might be better for them to
patients; Wm. Hawk of Black OSCAR HAYTER, Attorney
and us for the pleasure
turn their attention to producing
Rock and R. M. Massie of this
of gaining a satisfied
munitions of war for the men in
city. Mr. Massie was injured
the field and not hamper ithe U .,
Possibly it may be a coinci
While working at the mill, causing
S. The indications are that this
To M oatiiro Only of
Tiernia. Both patients are doing dence, but had you noticed that I;;
conutry will have to do the clean
nicely. The hiapital will be open since the services of city attorney ;
ing up of Germany and if these
to the public, being no strings, as haee been dispensed with that i f
little nations will keep out of the
to who shall perform the opera real money has accumulated in
way alittle while jt will be done, i
Local Nows Items
Let’s both be
Thankful th is
giving D a y -
B O H L E ’S
Flour Prices Drop
At Our Store
SUNSHINE FLOUR, per tack
DRIFTED SNOW, Hard w h tal
WHITE MOUNTAIN, Hard whaai
You will find Our Prices
SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
“ Meeting and Beating Competition” .
STA R T
We all start out in life from Zero mark. It is uphill all
the way. The higher we go the more we are looked
up ta The man who attains success must take him
self seriously, look to his own interests and conserve
his strength, wealth and ability. Many people are
depositing their money with this bank, paying by
check, and furthering their own interests, thereby
raising their marks high above zero on the gauge of life
BANK OF FALLS
C IT Y .
te a ?
qiïï M s
The constant strain of
factory work very often
results in Headaches,
Backaches and other
Aches, and also weak
ens the Nerves.
D R . M ILES*
will quickly relieve the
Nerves, or Pain, while
D r. Miles*
Heart T reatm ent
is very helpful when
the Heart is overtaxed.
IF F IR S T B O X , OR B O T T L E ,
F A IL S T O B E N E F I T Y O U , Y O U R
M ONEY W IL L B E R EFU N D ED .
S E V E R E P A IN .
" I used to su ffer a g rs s t deal
w ith lum bago tn m y shoulders
and back. A fri.n d Induced m e
to tr y Dr. Miles' A ntl-F aln
Pills and I am only too glad to
be able to a tte e t to th a relief
th a t I got from theae splendid
T hey forte a valuable
m edicine and do e ll t h a t It 1»
claim ed th ey win do.”
LEW IE J . CUTTBB,