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Act AC O A f t n a »f UArcb S. IST*.____________
Tckphsac -Nc»> Office
Advertising K iln ; Duplay. 15 cea is a u luci».
B ua in VAI N at.cv». » e v a li a h a « . Fot Saie, Kaut.
Rxcbauge. W ant and Pay Kuicriaiuuieut Se
ttees, Sets- aline. Card of Tbauks- W e ts ; Legs
Matices, legal ralas.
Copy 1er new Ads. and chsugrsshould ba «n i
to Tbe News not Igtar than W cduesday.
I s s u e d E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g
W A N TE D
Good farm for sale cheap for
W ill exchange. Phone 17.
Better insttre that auto *v j
Don't cost much. See N .N .tA S A
N . Main St.
W A N T E D —To exchai g e city
income property for ranch. See
N . N . Christy. Phone 77. Falls
Use engraved calling cards and
stationery. Call and see sample
cards and g et prices.
Like to Know
I's e surplus chicken fat while freeh
and »neat for cakes or other things I d
a hlch butter la used.
When stitching thin material, as allk.
eft b u t « paper on the bavk'and stitch
through. This will prevent Us "draw-
For Outdoor Work.
In the rush o f outdoor work women
When the brush bristles become soft
arc douulng overalls. Those here Il aud uo longer pick up Utter from tbe
lustrated are o f khaki, the fullness cou carpet take the brush out and dip It in
fined in box plaits at the waist which a solution o f baking soda in hot water
Hairbrushes may be Improved In the
reelin g potatoes and putting them In
salted water for awhile before boiling
are said to improve the flavor.
Wheu lamp chimneys were universal,
to toughen them they were put In a
vessel o f cold water and put on the
stove aud allowed to come slowly- to a
boll. Undoubtedly other articles of
glass might be toughened In the same
Tough meat or fow l should not be
fried or roasted unless parboiled first.
Save the lemon rind# and when ready
to boil towels or other white articles
that have become dingy or stained drop
several o f the rinds tuto the water and
the goods w ill come out fluely bleached
Always slice some o f the lemon rinds
and put In leuiouade. The oU from
them flavors the lemonade to suit most
tastes better thau the Juice alone
Bits of lean or fat meat can be run
through the food chopper, well season
ed and wrapped In pie crust, to make
delicious meat finger rolls, served ei
ther hot or cold.
Method of Washing a Car
To Keep Varnish Bright
also affords pockets. Trimmed wltn
khaki In white stripes at pocket and
neck. Design by Franklin Siinou A
Co., N ew York city.
Treatment of Children
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 m eeting 7:30 p.m
Everyone cordially invited to
attend these services.
E dgar N . Long, Pastor.
Divine Sendees each L o rd ’s Day
Bible School 10 a. m.
Divine worship 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
The public is invited to be with
us in these services.
F. Claude Stephens, Minister.
M. E- CHURCH
Sunday School 10:00
Morning W orship 11.
Epworth League 6:30.
Evening Service 7:30
P ra yer meeeting and teachers
training class Friday 7:30.
You are most cordially invited
to attend these services.
The delicate skin o f babies and little
children is greatly irritated by the free
perspiration o f hot weather, aud fine,
red pimples appear, sometimes cover
ing a large surface. The itchiug Is tor
menting aud often upsets a nervous
child to a marked extent. Flannel un
derclothing is particularly irritating;
put rnusliu or linen next to the affected
parts, aud if the weather permits light
en the clothiug. Give frequent s|a>uge
baths o f soda water, using cooking
soda and having the water just a little
cooler than the body. Allow this to
dry without wiping.
Another remedy is to bathe with
equal parts o f vinegar aud water. Dry
by patting with a linen cloth, then use
a good talcum powder freely. An ex
cellent dusting- powder that may be
used instead o f talcum is made of
equal parts of subnitrate o f bismuth
aud boric acid.
I.ittle or no soap
should be used in the daily bath, as It
tends to cause further Irritation. The
soda or vinegar bath is especially good
just at bedtime, as it quiefts and soothes
the child for the night. T ry to keep
him always in the coolest available
spot aud protect him from fiies and
How to Save Soap.
Here Is a method o f effecting an
economy In regard to odd scraps aud
ends o f soap without the necessity for
.shredding and recaking. Perforate the
sides and top o f an old mustard tin
with a number o f small boles (a skew
er and a small hammer will quickly
produce these) aud place the soap frag
ments inside. On washing day just
let the tin and Its contents lie im
mersed with tbe clothes for a few min
utes, and on stirring the water you
will find that you have a thick, frothy
lather ready to wash them In. Drain
the tin, and it w ill be ready for work
again next week.
A . F. Hanson. Pastor.
Cook the beets until tender, then left
them out into cold water. Let them
stand a few minutes, when the skin
will slip off easily. While thfe beets
Office hours: Daily, except Sun are cooking prepare the vinegar by
putting in salt, pepper and sugar to
day, 8 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.
taste and have it (toiling hot by the
time the beets are ready. Drop the
M ail arrives, from
beets In the prepared vinegar and let
Salem 8.45 a.m , 5:45 p.m.
them boll until all are thoroughly heat
Dallas, 8:45 A. M., 5:45 P. M.
ed through, then pack in glass cans
Portland via Gerlinger, train 102 and pour the sirup over them and seal
11:55 a. m.
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
Food Value of Potato««.
Potatoes (both Irish aud sweet) when
M ail closes for:
cooked furnish about as much body,
Salem, 8.50 A.M., 1 P.M. and 5:30 fuel as an equal weight o f cooked ce
reals; they contain less protein and fat,
Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and 5:30P. M.
P o rtla n d via Gerlinger train 102
Black Rock, 1 A. M.
M ail Order and Postal Savings
window closes at G P. M
S unday O n ly
Office hours; 9:30 to 10:80 a.m:
M ail arrives from Salem, 9:00
M ail closes for Salem, 8:50 a.m.
General D elivery Window Open
From 9:30 to 10:30 A. M.
Effective March 11, 1917.
C. M e u ü l ix c , Postmaster
W HEN IN DALLAS
S TO P
A N D
but more mineral substances.
The high gloss on a new car In many
Instances Is lost In n short time be
cause it Is Irreparably marred In the
first washings. The varulsb on a new
car requires a mouth as a minimum
time In which to set properly. In warm
weather It Is often advisable with a
newly purchased antomoblle to shower
tbe body, hood aud fenders with cleur
cool water. This wlU aid In hardening
tbe varnish coating and so reduce the
danger from scratching and abruslon.
Tbe life o f the finish on any car does
not depend on the polishing action that
Is given in washing, but on quite tbe
opposite. The body should not be rub
bed any more than Is absolutely neces
sary. In case the car is muddy It Is
always well to remove the foreign sub
stance as soon as possible to avoid
spotting. This should be done with
clear running water, first thoroughly
soaking the mud and then washing it
off. On account o f Its scouring effect
water under pressure should never be
used for this purpose.
Perhaps the greatest enemy a high
body fiuish has is a sponge in which
sand or grit has collected. Even la
the case o f dust It is lietter to remove
this with slow running water. Dusters
which are employed by many owners
seriously affect the paint by turning
tbe dust into an abrasive.
When the body surfaces have been
well cleaned off by running water they
should be gone over with a row sponge,
care being taken that the sponge is al
ways moved in a straight line
lowing this treatment, tbe fiuish Is to
be thoroughly rinsed aud then dried
with a chamois skin, which should be
thoroughly washed and wrung out dur
ing tbe drying process.
Is not marriage an open ques
tion when it is alleged from the
beginning o f tbe world that such
as are In the institution wish to
get out und such as are out wish
to get in?— Itaiph Waldo Emer
I know not which live more un
Obeying husbands or command
O O B
S TO C K
WE DO ALL KIND OF
M E C H A N IC A L R E P A IR IN G
A:jto T op Work
feels an old aa
Many would feel
they m eii
FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET
C. J. BRUCE, Proprietor.
Office one dooi « T
SSUÜM Phone 308
ttu e ln c e o d a r in
Will buy your Beeves, Veals, Hogs and Chlokens.
CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL.
WE WILL PLEASE YOU
M E A T
jfa lte C ity jIb o tc I
M A R K E T
M i l l ’ l"H"I-l-H -H -
N. C H R IS T Y
Fa llt G i b , Oregon
(Y .IO K A L S O N
A Pantry Whetstone.
An article that should bo fou n d find
used In «•«•»■- pantry Is a good course
whetstone. Doubtless you will have
to keep it hidden from the men frIks
but it Is a great help to a busy woman
always to have ^Jiarp knives and nof
have to baggie the bread or tbe meat
or the potatoes.
The Artist’s Joks.
An English artist once staying in tbe
north o f Ireland thought to have a Joke
— —----------- at an old farm-
frH exi ense
* 0 he proposed to
P*lnt a picture of
K v f f A t h e farmhouse for
5 guineas. Tbs
f a r m e r a greed
but was very par-
A »¿ ¿ IIH e
tlcular he should
xL I > n T ^
be painted stand-
j lng at the door.
L When the paint-
L Vs. M
fln [s J,f d
to the farmer's disgust he found the
careless srtlst had omitsed "to paint
him in.” But the w ily artist passed It
off as a great Joke, saying, “ Oh, you
have Just gone In to get the 5 guineas!”
“ Oh, have I? ” said the old farmer
Irately. “ That's very well. Just hang
it up and wait till I come out with the
An old man living in South Berkshire
was leading two Bvely calves out to
early pasture in t y
th e m o r n i n g ,
When be came to
f K\ [
the field he tied
one of the calves
/V/ a v
to one o f his
bootstraps s n d jjfjp J y
l i i
the other to the
o p p o s i t e boot-
strap while he
opened the rick-
calves ran away. —M Py» v r T f- v r l
When he was picked up bis w ife asked
“ Didn't you know any better than to
do a foolish trick like that?”
“ Yes,” he answered. " I hadn't been
dragged four rods before 1 saw my
mistake.” .— - —» .■
Bicycles and Sundries
Don’t forget to bring in news
W ho Have Prickly Heat
items, or efrop them in our “ news
Grown folks sometimes forget JUst
box” at the postoffice. W e appre how tormenting prickly heat may he,
but it takes very little to remind us.
At The Churches
The constant strain of
factory work very often
results in Headaches,
Backaches and other
Aches, and also weak
ens the Nerves.
DR. M IL E S ’
will quickly relieve the
Nerves, or Pain, while
D r. M ile s ’
Heart Treatm ent
is very helpful when
the Heart is overtaxed.
IF FIRST BOX, OR BOTTLE,
FAILS TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR
MONEY W ILL BE REFUNDED.
Headquarters lor Candy and Cigari
S E V E R E P A IN .
" I used to suffer a reset deal
with lumbago tn my shoulder*
and bock. A friend Induced m*
to try Dr. ldlea* Anti-Pain
l ’llls and I am only too glad to
ba able to attest to the relief
that I got from thaeo splendid
They form a valuable
medicine end da ell that It Is
claimed they will do.”
LEW IS J. CUTTER,
W E ATH E R LY CONFECTIONERY.
S01TNF.RN PACIFIC COMPANY
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective July 16,
Salem . .
X A S T O O l'K S
Salem ?» .