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FALLS CITY NEWS
L o v e o r H ate?
la your llfo controlled more largely
by your like* you* love* or by your
dielikr«. your bate*? a»k* n writer In
the CbrUllao Herat«! If would I ni weR
(O u»u.fc awut tbia aeareblngly.
thought* of auy aort, poUon first the
heart lu which they originate They
make a brackish, unbcalthful ^iool,
where all kinds of bad mental condi
tions will genera fa.
It la only In our loves tbst we really
Wbat we bate 1, dead to us. and the
wider the range of our hates the nar
rower our lives
It la a beautiful belief that every
kindly act, word, thought or Impulse
continues In Ite Influence forever,
brightening and eweetenlng the world,
and that every evil deed or thought
permanently destroys s part of the
euiu .total of human happiness Cer
tainly this la the effect upon the llfa
Li which the thought origin tes. Ev-
ery thought elevates or lowers, pu/iflae
I-ove thoughts are wings.
thoughts are weights.
Yu«r own feeling Is reflected l>n< k to
you Vom Others If you give love you
ge*. love. It Is one of I he things the
more o f which you give the more you
hare. Love Is bom a twin and cannot
exist without Its counterpart. It Is
your own attitude that attracts or re-
pels others. According as we love or
b..,v, we eurrouod ourselves with an
silboaphcre of Inviting sweetness or
t,.d;*o on raw -># In with a barbed wire
fence. People are lovely lo you or
hateful. Just as you love them or hate
fhenr This la not mere seeming, but
Cbe of the truest actualities I d the
. lytfo ls the light In whlcg we see and
live. ) piles are malarial mists In which
we blhilly grope and miserably die.
It Is because men are prone to be
IHirtlkl toward those they love, unjust
townvd Mioac they hate, servile toward
tho-e above them, armgnnt to those
tel w them and cither band) or over-
ludulgent lo ihose In poverty and dis
tress t tin t It Is so difficult to And any
one capable o f exercising n sound Judg
ment with respect to the qualities of
local Newt Hems
WANTS TO KNOW WHAT’S B E C Q N '
RED CROSS WORK
OF THE ”000 LAW”
The Falls City Auxiliary o f the
Red Cross have sent into head
quarter as follows:
Wrapping snrg. dressing
Knitted wash cloths
Editor of the News,
1 he (mat show a l the
ton igh t
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Parent-Teachers meeting at the
school house next Tuesday night.
The Maccabees held an open
meeting and smoker last night.
A large crowd was in attendance.
Fresh Bread, Cakea.Cookies.Pies
and other bakery goods, every
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
A. B. Clement left left Thurs
day for Portland to enlist in the
W anted—To exchange Salem
and Portland property for Falls
City property. Phone 77.
Do you have any idea why the
dog law that wo* passed some
time uro Is not enforced against
these worthless curs that are run
ning around town.
I, for one, demand that the
City Marshal will sally forth and
make observations and report.
There is rouse to put a good
and much needed law as this on
our statute books and then let it
I say let us , f Mrs. Z. Batourney and Mrs.
stop feeding this army of worth Hattie Wood were Dallas visitors
.... .... •
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Newman there was ,eft a remainder o f $10.
and Mrs. Clark Travis of Caldwell, With this they are going to make
Dean Ilolmen of tho Pennsylvania
visiting relatives in the flag.
State college, after «pending months Idaho are
The Misses Sybil Wilson and
gathering statlatlca and reducing them town.
u< uideriy form, has discovered that
Lavita Howell were chosen editors
the money valuo o f four 3 'cars at col
M iss A la r y H a m m on d went to for the Honor Guard Magazine.
lege la $ 20 . 000 , or a minimal return of
Black Rock Thursday.
Corn popping over the fireplace
$5.000 for every year eo spent.
Dean Holmes' Investigations reveal
■ — ' •- was enjoyed by the girls after
the fact, which at first seems a Utile skin and fat and cuf meat In small which they went home.
disconcerting to the advocates of uni
versity training, that the average earn
ings o f a bachelor of art* amount to
*1,187 a year, not quite $25 a week.
But the situation brightens for the
colleges when we lenm that the aver
age earnings o f tho noncollegc man are
only $518, not $10 a week.
The difference between these two
aum la $0(10 and since the average man
lives thirty years after leaving college
his financial reward for four years of
more or less arduous uudergraduate
toll Is evidently something mors than
Pnlltcucsa Is perhaps Instinctive with
some, hut with the majority It Is a mat
ter of training, o f the slow and careful
discipline o f voice and eye and car
riage. Under this training all the an
gles o f persoual vanity aud self con
sciousness are rubtied off, the person
Ivaeomes adorned with grace, ease, gen
tleness and simplicity, and what may
wicni to the untrained observer us the
perfection o f naturalness may lie lim
ply the perfection o f culture.
Bee your duty clearly and houeatly
before you act. People are very often
*«| thought It my duty to
do such a thing •• u too frequently
happens that whnt the, .i101I)tl)t lt their
duty to do was some u lm n » « which
lev miles out o f their way. At a rnw
computation fully one-half o f the bad
things done out of the ranks o f tho
a v o w H) vU-lons are douc under the
- • o f duly.
x io m e C o o k e r y
pieces; add w atef seasonings, vegeta
bles. barley aud flour mixed with a lit
tle cold water. Cook slowly from six
to eight hours. As water evaporates
add enough to make up for that lost
F in e In the A p p le Se ason .
Line the sides only o f a baking dish
with a rich biscuit crust. Pare and
core enough apples to fill to the top of
crust when sliced Season with clnna-
mou and sugar. Add a little water to
make some Juicy t-auce, but not enough
to make It soggy
Cover with more
crust, piercing td allow the steam to
escape. The crust when baked should
be about half Inch thick. I f the dough
Is patted out Instead of rolled It Is not
so apt to be tough.
on* . »
„ad . . .
half pound o f po,'k or veal, mix with
three tablespoonfula uncooked rice,
pepper, salt, a chopped onion and a
tablespoonful of fat or butter. Clean
the peppers, take out the seed* and Oil
them with this mixture, then atrain a
can of tnmatnea Into a stewpan, add a
pinch o f augar and salt and simmer the
peppers for two hour* In this. When
done thicken the sauce with a little
Take a stale loaf o f bread, cut In thin
slice« and spread lightly with butter.
Stew a scant qunU o f small sweet her-
rle* o f auy kind and when soft add
sugar to taste. In a deep dish put a
layer o f the bread, pour over a quan
tity of the boiling mixture, then add
mors bread and fruit until all has lieen
used. Cool, *et on the Ice and serve
very cold with a little whipped cream.
Getting Juica From Lament.
Throe pounds of mutton from fore
I f lemon* are dried and do not accm
quarter, two quarts o f cold water, ouo- to coutalu much Juice Juat pour boiling
huli tahlesponuful o f salt, one-quarter water over them and let them stand
teaspoouful o f pel per, one «mall onion, until the water I* cold. You w ill be
onc-hnif cupful each of carrot* and , ■urprlaed at the amount o f Juice they
turnips cut In aim ll cube*, tw o table
contain, and the Juice U not weak
*p< onftils o f flour, three tablespoonfuls ■ ened by the water.
o r je a r i^ h a rifT .__
There was no mail from Salem
or Portland Thursday morning on
account of a freight car getting
off the track east of Dallas.
LOCAL H0H0R GUARD AT WORK
Last Monday night the Honor
Guard girls had a lively and jolly
The Public Library will be open time at the home of one of the
members, Mabel Teal.
Saturday afternoon 2 till 4:30.
The girls are not contented to
Mrs. Gregory Store in Dallas drop their enthusiasm after send
is the best place to buy ladies ing the Christmas boxes to Our
Boyr but are going ahead with
clothing of all kinds.
their invaluable work.
As the roll was called each
Mr. Z. Batourney received a
message from Portland Thursday member responded with prudent
apprising him o f the death of his suggestions for future work. One
suggestion was to make a large
service flag and embroider the
Want to exchange Auto for real name o f each boy o f Falls City in
service in a star: They also in
tend to make a flag for each fam-
Mrs. Jennie Kemp will address ily who has a brother or son in
the ladies o f Falls City Jan. 19 on the Army or Navy.
‘ ‘Woman’s work in the war.”
these will begin next meeting
The girls are also going to make
Some money was found by C. J. scrapbooks for the boys.
Pugh which can be had by owner
Two letters of thanks from boys
. who received Christmas packages
from them were read, which crea-
Chas. Ryan of Bridgeport was ted in the girls a new desire to
' keep their work progressing.
in town Monday.
Forty-five dollars was cleared
I Born Wednesday night, to Mr. at the recent entertainment gived
and Mrs. William D. Wood, a 9 by the Honor Guard, so after the
Christmas boxes were paid for
A C o lle g e E d u c a tio n
CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1918
The Austrian grading crew is
back working on a new contract
of about two miles o f new rail
Miss Victoria Wilson is
assisting in the cook house.
Mr. Powell has a new gasolene
One o f the timberfallers is quite
lame, due to a sprain caused from
jumP*ng from a spring board.
Quite a number o f the men are
suffering with bad colds.
Food Is Valuable
SAVE Y O U « MONEY FOR
WORTHY ARM Y NEEDS
During our January ClearanDe Sale you can
m ake considerable saving.
A FEW PRICES NOW EFFECTIVE
Meco, a high grade standard corn, per can
Canned Hominy, per can
Vim. hard wheat flour, per sack
Drifted Snow, hard wheat flour
Portland, hard wheat flour
Ladies’ 30c hose, Sale
Childrens’ 30c hose. Sale
Ladies’ dust caps, on sale
Corset Covers, on sale
Ladies hats on sale
Remnants on sale
Ladies' Dress Shoes on sale, and numerous other
things now for less.
Mrs. Miller returned Fciday to
her work in the cook house.
SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
Mrs. Anderson came up last
week after spending over a [week
“ Meeting and Beating Competition” .
Big reduction on ladies' coats.
suits and dresses at Mrs. Gregory
Store at Dallas,
" erc “
Black Rock and Falls City the
YOU S T A R T A T Z E R O
latter Part of last week' on bu8,‘
A crew o f sixty men are now
boarding at the cook house again.
Mrs. N. F. Newhouse was in
Falls City Saturday delivering
dress goods ordered o f her.
B U C K ROCK ITEMS
Mrs. W. T. W alla:e of Black
Rock, who has been in the Dallas
hospital, was brought back to her
home Thursday, January 10.
W e all start out in life from Zero mark. It is uphill all
the way. The higher we go the more we are looked
up to. 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 o f life
B A N K O F F A L L S C IT Y .
Mrs. B. R. Bly was a Dallas
The Junior League under the
visitor on Thursday.
direction of Miss Hammond, held
Most of the large girls of the
Balderree is putting up a new Tthe Camp Fire Girls. Mrs. Lowe
a reception at the church Tuesday
Black Rock school are taking commissary at his lower camp. It is the Chief Guardian, Miss Ken-
Officers were elected for music lessons.
will be celebrated by a big dance, nard, assistant Guardian and
the year as follows:
Lora Hawk has started to work
All o f the pupils o f the Black Mildred Grant Treasurer.
at Holt’s camp.
Rock school aie practicing Palmer
Clarence Yount was absent
1st. Vice-Pres.—Gwen Mickalson
Paul Sayre will leave here for Writing. They are working for three days of last week on account
Monmouth Saturday where he the Palmer pins.
2d Vice-Pres. —Iva Newman
^ of illness.
will enter high school.
3d V ic e - P r e s .- L o u is B ro w n
The girls o f the Black Rock
Harold Atwood was absent from
Special bargains in waists, schol are learning to crochet.
ice-rres. A r a L a n e,
Treas. — Paul Starr
corsets and petticoats at Mrs.
The high school consisting of
A Student Body meeting was
Gregory Store at Dallas.
five pupils has been thrown out,
Monday to elect leaders to
O rganist-O pal Ward
Ruby Crowley was quite ill for so we now have just the eight
take Evelyn Johnson’s place in the
Asst. Organist v iola Lane,
three or four days this week and grades in school.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Literary Society and the gymna
Fay Hughes took her place at
Mrs. R. P. Price left B ’lk Rock sium committee. Grace Hastings
Balderree’s lower cook house.
on Wednesday to make a visit was elected leader in the literary
Dr. Hollowell, the Chiropractic,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hunter of with relatives in southern Oregon, work and Velma Goodspeed was
has changed the hours of his visits
to this city from afternoon to Cloverdale are visiting relatives She expects to stay about two elected to fill the vacancy on the
morning. Until further notice he >n Black Rock.
be mt the Falla City Hotel on
George Graves went home from
The high school was divided in
Monday, \\ ednesday and Friday Thursday on account o f illness,
to two divisions, having Grace
o f each week from 9.-00 a. m. to
Hastings and Eugene Starr for
The Red Cross meets on Friday
News of the 7th and 8th Grades
1.-00 p. m.
Every two weeks one
afternoon at the home o f iMrs.
Miss Violet DeWitt was enstail side is to give a program.
Btata of Ohio, city of Toledo, ( „
ed in the junior high school in the
Mr. F. M. Parish, an S. P. Ry. 8th grade Monday.
We have two new students in
Frank J. Cheney makea oath that he !■
aenlor partner of tho firm of F. J. Cheney conductor, visited with his sister-
hifeh school, Pearl Burten, a fresh
ft Co., doing business In the City of To
A Student Body meeting was
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and in-law, Mrs. W. C. Bullis, Satur
man and George Wagner, a post
that said Arm will pay th# sum of ONE
held Friday to elect offieers. The
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev day and Sunday.
ery case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured
following people were elected:
by the use of H A LL’S CATARRH CURE
F R A N K J. CHENET.
Quite a numder of Red Cross
The soup kitchen is now in pro
Reba Powers, pres.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, thta *th day of December. Pins were received in Black Rock.
It is called a soup kitchen
Edwin Horn, vice-pres.
A. W. '. GLEASON,
o f goodies are served
Eleanor Dueltgen, sec-treas.
Hall's Catarrh Cur* Is taktn Internally Christmas Drive for members,
as salads, delicious sandwitches,
and acts directly uppn th* blood and mi-
eou* surf sett of th* system. Send for seven of the children are members
The girls o f the junior high meatless dishes and soups.
F. J CHENET A CO., Toledo, O.
and are proud to display their school met at Mr. Lowe’s home
Watch for the high school play.
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
Taka Hall's Family Pius for constipation.
Friday evening and orghnized Best o f the season.