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Federal Farm Loans
TROUBLES OF THE WATER BOARD
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FALLS CITY OREGON,«ATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1918
ALCOHOL PERMITS ISSUED IM 1917
BUYING OUR BONDS
A rupture of diplomatic rela The total amout of alcohol per
tions between the City Council mits issued by the District Attor-
Total Plaoad In Polk County Since and the Water Board was seri ney in Polk County during the
Registered and Coupon Securi
ously threatened during a discus year 1917, are as follows to wit:
June 191 7 S I 0 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
ties of the United States.
sion at a special meeting held on
Druggists, 201 5 gallons
last Monday night. The discus
At the annual meeting of the sion was not “ freedom of the
HOW THE TWO ISSUES DIFFER.
Dallas National Farm Loan Asso seas,’’ but freedom of the city
ciation, which includes all of Polk water. The Falls City Lumber
This amount was uses by seven A R a g is ta rad Bond Loat or Stolan la
County. H. G. Campbell, of Dallas Co. wanted to use the water to
stores, eleven physicians and Still A baolutaly S a f a F a r Ita L agiti-
was elected president, Jacob Van sluice down a certain hillside and
m a t a O w nar, W hila Loaing a Coupon
Well, vice-president, and E. K. the question of how much, if two hospitals. In addition to the Bond la Liko Loaing Monay.
Piaaecki secretary-treasurer. The anything, should the company be alcohol used, permit was issued
When an Investor buys a United
directors chosen are, H. G. Camp required to pay. Some were in for ten gallons of wine for sacra 1 States
bond be buys what Is called
bell. Jacob Van Well, Stephen O. favor of only a nominal sum, mental purposes.
cither a registered or a coupon secu
Waite, A. E. Calkins, J. L. Fink others advocated “Justice to All
rity. Tbe "bloated” capitalist Is usual
ly pictured us occupying much of his
and Irving Scl.neider. The loan and Special Favors to None,’’
'ommittee members are J. F. while others, it is claimed, were Jean and Ord Bohannan lime in “cutthin coupons,” a task tbe
\ very notion of r-bicb Intrigues tbe im
Ulrich, Lynn Jones and Thos inclined to r stifTer amount.
agination of tbe poor cbnp w ho writes
The Bohannans are artists of about tbe doings of mul'iinillioualres.
The discussion waxed warm and
And yet—and though it be to destroy
Mr. Piaaecki, has just been ad but for lack of military equip International reputation. Their so
well accepted a tradition—tbe fact
vised by the Federal Farm Loan
is that the "predatory plate” rarely
Hoard, that congresu has taken cannon ) the causualties would different. Jean Bohannan. Pi clips a con|ion. He prefers registered
Isolds for the commonplace reason that
favorable action appropriating have been large. The pacifists anist and Soprano, has won envi they
funds to be used for the purchase
Tbe government issues, let us say, a
of Federal Farm loan Bonds, as treaty was prepared whereby the She was the winner of the Grand * iwud bearing ooupous. It is forwarded
t o Johu Smith, tbe purchaser, who
may be required to keep all asso aforesaid company would tie re Prize in the anthem oontes con signs
u receipt for it. But suppose tbut
ciations in funds for continuous
Smith mislays or loses tbe botid or sup
oiieration during the present peri ' The editor of the News shall in competition with almost two pose that it is stolen from him, it is
Her Just as uegotiable as a $ 5 0 0 n o t e aud
od of close money matters caused maintain absolute neutrality in thousand other entries.
be ia that much money "out."
by heavy financing in .connection
But if the bond ia registered tbe case
command over tonal contrast and Is quite difTere.it. Suppose that it is
with the war.*
coloring. Her technique, interp lost or stolen. Tbe thief or tbe Under
All applicants whose loan has
retation and musical inteligence cannot sell It or collect tbe Interest on
not been approved for a longer
it when interest Is due. That bond Is
placed her in the front rank. recorded in a book In tbe treasury de-
period than six months, can be
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Freer were
as tbe property of John
permitted to close their loans at in Fa'ls City Saturday night and Her compositions, among them liartmcut
Smith. To him atone can principal or
the old rate' of 5 %, providing Sunday. They attended the dance.
interest be paid unless be transfers tbe
“ The Plaidle,” are being sold in | , bond
to somebody else, in which case
prompt steps are taked to do so
transfer la recorded in the book.
without further tdelay. Appli Mr. and Mrs. Cox spent a very large volume all over the world. the Hence,
obviously. It is much sufer for
Ord Bohannan, Tenor and Mas
cants whose loans have been ap enjoyable over-night visit with
any one who subscribes to a govern
proved for a longer period than Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis, '.out ter Impersonator, a pupil of Jean ment loan to ask for registered bonds.
De Reszke, SDriglia, Lamperti. * He will then have a separate account
six months and have been dilatory from Falls City. ..
is the possessor of a highly culti kept for him at the treasury’, in which
in their own actio« in not taking
.■very payment made to him will be
One of the donkeys has been vated natural voice which he uses set down. If his bonds are mislaid or
steps to complete the transaction,
be need only notify the treasury in
will be obliged to come in under moved onto the new logging site. ; to amazing effect in melodies ' lost
order to be sure that nobody else shall
the present prevailing rate of 5JV
■ollect the money to which he Is en-
Mrs. Dora Anderson was in
and if they are to complete their Falls City several days having (Mr. Bohannan’s peculiar adapt | titled. The missing securities will be
ability for lyceum and Chautau replaced when be has fulfilled certain
loan without the necessity of a some dental work done.
qua is, perhaps, best stated by formalities.
new application, they must do so
Interest’checks for bonds are mailed
A great game of checkers was | this comment: “ Equipped with quarterly. On being returned through
banks canceled they are not de
plaved by the champion checker a beautiful voice, a fund of spon < the
taneous humor, a perfect knowl stroyed, but are carefully preserved in
players of camp last Friday. The
the treasury. So excellent Is the sys
coveted cigar being won by Frank edge of dialects, and a deep and tem adopted that reference can be made
WILL BUILD HEW THEATRE
to any such check in case of dispute as
Ellis. Mr. Cox took his defeat symyathetic understanding of to
puyment, no matter bow ancient Its
It is reported that C. J. Pugh
human pathos, Mr. Bohannan is
with good grace.
at a minute's notice. The signa
is making arrangements for the
indeed a Prince of Entertainers. date,
ture of the payee on the back settles
erection of a fire-proof building
The program will include Duets the question. All bonds Issued since
Miss Hettie Newman, brother
for his picture show. The build and wife of Idaho and a young Solos. Pianologs,.
Character i 1880 are likewise kept iu storage. Heirs
ing is to be of tile with a concrete gentleman friend were visitors in Sketches in Costume, Short Plays, lo estates In litigation sometimes wish
to refer to them.
floor and will have double the camp Saturday.
Tbe |Mitrlotic person who decides to
seating capacity of the old one.
Falls City. Jan. 22. Lyceum Course. help Uncle Sam by lending him money
may have the additional satisfaction of
It is expected that work will be The Woodfin and Keeney boys Seats on Sale at Thompson's.
knowing that there is no security in
gin early in February. It will
tbe world so absolutely safe as our
be erected where the old one now
government bonds. Nothing short of tbe
Miss Esther Cleveland spent
disruption of this great republic could
stands, except that it will occupy
B ta to o f O hio, c ity o f T oledo. 1 «,
i cause them to lose even a fraction of
L u c a s C o u n ty .
the entire lot. This will give Saturday with her mother.
F r a n k J . C h e n ey m ik e s o a t h t h a t ho ti . their uegotiable value.
If you have
» enlur p a r t n e r o f th e firm o f F. J C heney
Falls City an up-to-date picture
John Benschuttler is now watch
C o u n ty a n d S ta to a fo re sa id , and cash offhand at any bank.
show that will accommodate the ing at Spaulding’s, Mr. Cox taking ledo,
t h a t s a id firm w ill p a y th o su m o f OKU
One can hardly conceive of a more
H U N D R E D D O L L A R S f o r e a c h a n d ev
theatre going public. The show his place on the little shay.
e r y earno o f C a ta r r h t h a t c a n n o t be cured comfortable form of wealth thau Unit
b y th e u so o f H A L L ’S C A T A R R H C U R E.
business has but little more than
ed States registered bonds. You have
F R A N K J. C H EN EY .
re m e a n d su b scrib ed in 1 your name down in the treasury books
paid expenses, but Mr. Pugh be Mr. Wilson Miller spent Wednes ir.y S w p o re rn te t n o c e b , e fo
t h i s 6 th d a y o f D ecem ber, with, let us say, the magic figures
A. D ISM.
lieves that by making it larger day in camp visiting.
$100,000 attached to It Every quarter
A. W G L E A S O N .
N o ta r y Public.
and better will stimulate the
vif tho Interest is 3 per cent) you re
K a il’s C a ta r r h C u re Is t a k e n in te rn a lly
business until it makes adequate
a n d a c ts d lre c tlv u p o n t h e blood a n d m u ceive a check for $750. It is enough
co u s s u r f a c e s o f th e s y s te m . S en d for to live ou. modestly. Hard times may
te s tim o n ia ls , free.
bother other folks, but they do not dis
F J. C H E N E Y & CO .. T oledo. O.
Fnlls City needs a few more
Sold b y a ll D ru g g is ts , 75c.
turb you. The H. C. of L. becomes to a
Take U ail’s Family P ills for constipatio n .
Raws of the 7th and 8th Grades
great extent an academic pro|K>sition.
energetic men to help pull the
Very rich people own the bulk of the
town out of the rut.
registered bonds, which run up as high
The following pupils were ab C ooking th e R ooster
as $50,00«l each. A piece of printed
sent from school this week for
To M ake Flesh Tender pai>er two feet long will represent that
various reasons:—Reba Powers,
sum. It is a fortune which may be
folded up and put away iu your card
DOG, AHD OTHER LAWS
Anna Pederson, Esther Ross, Al
case. You cannot possibly lose It. If
bert Morgan,* Violette DeWitt and
eral days before cooking to soften the i anybody steals It Uncle Sam will re
fibers, but be careful it does not spoil. } place i t
Long, slow cooking In moist beat is ; The paper used for bonds is of a spe
Helen Selig will leave for Eu best for meat that is likely to be tough cial and distinctive kind, with two
I noticed an article in your
bands of red and blwe fiber running
paper relating to the enforcement gene Sunday, January 20, to make The flreloss cooker is the best for this j through
every sheet. It Is almost all
Add one or two tablespoonfuls of vine
of the dog law of this city. We here home there, which we all gar
to the water to help soften the I linen, but contains some cotton, so as
have such a law as this citizen greatly regret.
fibers. If more rooster meat is on band not to be too hard. The linen rags used
than can lie used at once and If the for “atock" are carefully selected,
refers to, and we also have an
We certainly appreciate our supply of cans Is not short can tbe cleaneu. botled aud pulped—even the
other law relating to stock in this
surplus meat by the cold pack method wster for the pulp being filtered to In
sure its purity.
town and it* has been a question Domestic Science D epart now-a- for winter use.
a warm Do not always serve botled rooster: ; Uncle 8am owes a lot of money to
rhindif the sidewalks would <?ay?>*:)^cause
vary the dlsb. Mlx the meat witb . holders of bonds long ago called in -
not be clfciner it so inafny \viuld,
crumbs, seasoning and eggs and mak« people. that la to say, who through
or for other reasons have
not stake the cattle so close to the —
The Camp Fire Girls held their "rooster loaf.” similar to meat loaf. | negligence
asked for what was due them.
walks. The law would not need to ^ cond
at Mr Lowe.s on Make croquettes or chicken pie or Jel- never
lied chicken. Many good recipes can Every now and theu some of these old
be so strict if more poeple would last Friday ev#ning. They had a be found, using either gelatin or tbe bonds turn up; likewise ba«’k number
observe the law more clos«ly. Let 9hort business ^
then ad. chicken aspic to set tbe stock for this ' Interest checks, which folks have a
of hoarding. People are constant
us all he p to make the city more ]0urned t0 th<?
house t6 ^ latter. Make a scalloped dish, using way
ly changing their addresses, and of
chopped meat, rice aud gravy.
beautiful so that anyone coming tbe pictures,
In case the roosters have not yet j ten It happens that track Is lost for
into our town will be more pleased
been killed It is best to separate them awhile of an Individual bondholder.
with the sights rather than dis-
The Boy ¡Scouts organized Fri- from the flock and feed them on a Under such circumstances the interest
masb of ground oats, bran, shorts aud checks are retained by the treasury,
day evening, their leader being tankage
moistened with sour milk and In tbe course of time they pile up
They are kept for an Indefinite period
j Mr. H. H. Lowe.
This will help soften the flesh.
and, like the unpaid bonds, are good
Editor, Ruth Hansen.
WE HAVE FIVE TIMES AS
MUCH CORN AS WHEAT
Eat More Corn
The Food Administrator is making
Strenuous efforts to conserve the
wheat and the Hour supply. . . .
Be Patriotic and substitute corn for
wheat products as much as possible.
Our customers are finding good
values during our January Sate.
SELIG’S. Cash Price Store,
"Meeting and Beating Competition” .
The Opening Gun
This is our opening gun in this year’s advertising
campaign. We want you to read not only this ad
but every one that follows. Will you do it?
WHY? Well there’ll be enough "ginger” in these
ads to keep you interested. We hope you will.enjoy
our little stories about banking, saving and business
in general. An ad that isn’t read is of no value to
anybody. The fact that you have read this one is
encouraging. Will you look for our ad next week?
Each week we aim to give you a little hundred word
message that is worth while. See if we make good.
B A N K O F F A L LS C IT Y .
T H E BOHANNONS.
il. AND MUS. ORD BOHANNON, sooo to appear on the lyceum course,
are among the established artists of the platform. They offer a p ro
gram exceptionally delightful In its artistry and variety. Talented
tuulciaus. they more than please those whose desires are for the best In mnsic.
Mr. Bohannon Is a singer of splendid power and an Interpreter o f songs very
much out of the.ordinary, having had an extended experience on stage and
platform. Mi s. Boliannoh is also au accomplished vocalist, and the duet work
of these artists Is particularly pleasing. Musical sketches and dramatic num
bers, plnnolegnes and musical readings round out a program filled to the brim
jrith entertainment qnnllty.