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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1918.
FA LLS C IT Y NEWS
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CRIDER’S BIG SP
ROYAL SOCIETY COTTON AND THREAD, ETC.
We are sole agents for R O Y A L S O C IET Y C R O C H ET C O T T O N and EM B R O ID ER Y T H R E A D and also R O Y A L S O C IET Y Made up Packages, such as
Ladies’ envelope combination, shirt waists, night gowns, corset covers, children’ s dresses,! year to 12, infant dresses, baby sets, tea sets, lunch
sets, scarfs, center pieces, pillow tops and backs, bureau scarfs, made up hand bags, lovely bags, fancy aprons, dressing sacques, all colors,
children’ s made up hats, made up boudoir caps, towels, guest towels, card table covers, etc.
New Spring Coats and Dresses. Come in and let us show
you a few advanced styles in new coats and one-piece dresses.
Men’ s Overcoats— Now is the time to buy a genuine Mackinaw overcoat.
We have men’s overcoats
in price from $11.00 to $18.50. Boys’ overcoats, from $4 to $12. Now is a good time to buy and save.
Children’s Night Gowns— We are selling several dozen children’s night gowns this week at 69 cents each.
New Spring Coats and Dresses— Ladies’
W A R N E R ’S
R U S T
Warner's Corsets from
P R O O F
C O R S ET S
$ 1.0 0 to $3.50 per pair
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
R E M E M B E R THAT W A R N E R S C O R S E T S ARE Q U A R A NT E E O ,
We have W arner s Brassiers at
W arner's Perfection Waists at
50c, 75c and $1.25
50c, 75c and $1.00
LADIES, ONE-PIECE DRESSES
¡N SILK AND WOOL.
LADIES’ WAISTS—Crepe de chine waists f rom
$1.98 to $7,f>0
MEN’S CONQUEROR HATS—These $1.98 hats are selling fast. Don’t fail to get one, they
are real bargains.
OUTINGS—Look at our line o f outing flannels at
15 cents per yard
MEN’S AND BOYS’ SWEATERS—A t the following very attractive prices: 75c, 98c, $1.50, $2.25
$2.50, $3.50, and $5.00.
WOOLEN SOX—A t the following prices:
25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c.
new shades in both silK and wool.
From $16.50 to $25.00.
Post Office Time Card
Wljr 3Falls CÜtîy Nrius
D a ily , except S u n
day, 8 a.m. to Ö.30 p.m.
D. L . W O O D -
mall at th* pcstr ffiea
at Falla City. Polk County. Orefoa, nnder tbe
Act df Congress cf March 3, 1879.
Telivhos«—New» OfTlte, 7*
Subserirtion R a t « : One yaar. 11.00: «1* month«.
M «ante; three month*. 2 i cante: «ingla copy. 5 eta.
Adrartlting Rate«: Duplay. 15cen tien In ch ,
B tmnee« Notlcee. 5 eente a II ne ; Fot Sala, Seni,
Exchange. tVent « n i Per Entertainment ffo-
tic««. 5 et«, »lin e . Card ofTbank». 50e t«; L e*«
•f otlee», legai rate«.
C opy for nere ad«, and ch ange, «honld be «en!
to Th e N en s not later than W e d n e «d «y .
Official JTewipaper ef the City of r e i!« City
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
M a il arrives, from
Salem 8.45 a.m., 5:45 p.m.
D allas, 8:45 A . M .„5:45 P. M.
11:55 a. m.
Black Rock, 1:30 P. M.
M ail closes for:
Salem , 8.50 A .M ., 1 P .M . and 5:20
D allas, 8:50 A. M . an d ô :3 0 P . M.
Portland via G erlinger train 102
1 p. m.
Black Rock, 1 A
M ail O rder and
Postal Sr vings
window closes at 6 P. M .
S u nd ay O n ly
9:30 to 10:30 a.m:
M ail arrives
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Preaching service 11 a. m.
M ail closes for Salem , 8:50 a. m.
Song and praise service 7:30
General D elivery W in dow Open
followed by preaching at 8:00.
From ITiItO to 10:30 A. M.
Mid-week prayer meeting 7:30 p.m
Effective March 11, 1917.
Everyone cordially invited to
I ka C. M e h r l i n g , Postmaster
attend these services.
Edgar N. Long, Pastor.
The Bunko C a m e .
"Yon can't fool nil the people nil the
t im e ."
"You don’ t need to. I f von i^ri fool
half o f the people some of the time you
can make a good Ih lug."
Divine Services each Lord’s Day
Bible School 10 a. m.
Divine worship 11 a. m.
An editor said of a certain local pol
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
itician: "W o will not call him an as*
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
W e will print hi» speech.”
The public is invited to be with
£io all the go,id you can and no barm
us in these services.
F. Claude Stephens, Minister.
where you cannot do go-wl.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
M . I - CH UR CH
Sunday School 10:00
Morning Worship 11.
Epworth League 6:30.
Evening Service 7:30
Prayer meeeting and teachers
, training class Friday 7:30.
You are mpst cordially inv ited
to attend these services.
A . F. Hanson, Pastor.
with LOCAL, AJ’PLICATtONH. ns they
cannot reach the scat of the disease. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease
«n4 In order to cure It you must take In
ternal remedies. Hall’s Catsirh Cura la
taken Internally, and acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces Tlall’a
Catarrh Cure la not a quark medicine. It
wag prescribed Vy one of the be»t phy
sicians In this country for years and Is
a regular prescription. Tt Is composed of
the be»: tonics known, combined with the
beat blond purlfW«. acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two Ingredients Is what pro
duces such wonderful results In curing
catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F J. CIIENET A CO. Prop*.. Toledo. O.
Hold by Druggists, price 75c.
Taka Hall s Family Fills for coustlpaUuu.
DALLAS, O R E G O N .
Come in and let us show yffli
B s e a w R i s m ss m k ». :
oil and sle.iriue. I he former used as a
lubricant and for illuminating pur
poses, the lutter enlerlug Into the man
ufacture o f lard coni|s>iHids. eliewlug
gum, soft candles, fancy toilet soaps
and other toilet preparations
Not Even a Hair of Him Is Wasted •Small i|uuutitles of blood are used In
the making o f Mood puddings, but
by the Big Packers.
most o f it is dried uud ground Into
blood meal, a popular rallou with |ioiil
try raisers as well as u fe«sl for calves
GOOD P R O FIT IN T H E O FF A L. that ure being fed on NklmtiiIlk.
Stomachs m e used us sausage con-
tattlers, the lining first being removed
It Yialda as Great a Financial Return and used as u source of pepsin. Tin,
as Do tha Main Food Products of tha ’’black" or curly Intestines of the bog
Carcass— How tha Various Parts of are carefully clean,-d, processed and
made into chitterlings, an Inexpensive
tha Animal Ara Utilixed.
food that is fried like oysters, much In
There Is a use for everything that Is 1 favor with colored people.
removed from a liog. A fter yeurs of
Seven per cent o f the weight o f the
experimenting packers have reduced ! hog Is represented In nonedible byprod
their business to such a system that ucts In the raw state, which ure after
they realize us much profit from the ward manufactured into glue, »oup.
offal as they do from the inuln car glycerin, blood meal, tankage, curled
balr and fertilizer.
In the finished
The meat o f a hog Is from 70 to SO j state these products represent ubout
pep cent o f the live weight. The -O to 4Vi« per cent o f the bog's weight, the
.30 per cent that is classed as offal baluuce being lost in evaporation.
makes the money for the packers. Ex.
The rinds from skinned Imuis uml bu-
elusive o f condemnation» by goileru- j eon, as well as the back skin o f the
ment inspectors, about 17 per cent of [ hog, ure suved.
Pigskin is used In
each < arcuss Is lost at various stages athletic goods.
of dressing and by evaporation In
Hair enters into many lines of man
processing anil curing, so thut really ufacture. A large part Is used In the
only about 00 per cent actually goes making of brushes, and the liner the
into cuts to lie retailed to tbe cou- bristle the higher p rie d brush is pro
auiner. The various cuts hams, ba duced. It Is also curled und used for
con, loins, spurerlbs and |iork sides
The waste waters are evaporated to
are the main products.
Among the edible byproduct» Is pep ft thick brown wax known us "stick”
sin, w hh b Is derived from the stomach because o f its adhesive properties. It
o f tb^ bog. The liver Is used for food is used In the manufacture o f fertilizer,
as it is taken from the body, and it Is as It has a high nitrogen content.
Bones are used In making phosphates
also made into liver sausage. Iiruiua
are prepared In many ways. Tongues for baking powder and other com
find their w a y Into the making of can pounds. They are also ground Into
ned and pickled meats.
Hearts are poultry feed, and n large tonnage llnds
its way Into the fertilizer trade. Bones
used in sausage.
Tails, snouts and ears are rich in are also burned for ehnrcoal for use in
gelatin or glue, but most o f them are the purification o f sirups in the inauu-
»old for boiling with kraut and other facture of sugar. Bone ush Is used In
vegetables and are much in favor with muking crucibles for glassmaking and
lovers of boiled meals Kidneys enter metal refining
Tankage Is a bone and tissue sub-
Into the fresh meat trade or when the
supply Is too large are frozen or can stunce th a t Is taken from tlie tanks
after the different parts arc rendered
Neutral 1» a specially prepared lard, for grease. It Is used chiefly in sbs'k
largely used abroad, nml in this coun and ponltry feed. Joseph M. Carroll
try nn important Ingredient ill the man In Country Gentleman.
USING UP THE HOG
ufacture o f oleomargarine. I-ard prop
er la not. rommonly called a byproduct
o f the bog; if. is one of the primary
product». About 15 per cent o f the
average hog goes Into the making of
lard. The demand for lard has ln-
croHNed greatly during tbe past few
years. It 1» now used commonly In
rooking in place o f butter. I ’art of
the lartj Jji further nroceaasd Inly lard
the entire line.
Reliable Methods CRIDER’S BIG STORES
WE HAVE THEM IN A LL THE
N ic e ly Put.
"John,” whispered Ills wife, “I’m
thoroughly convinced that there Is a
"W ell, iny di»ar,” replied her husband
sleepily, “ I hO|ie you don’t expect me
to have the courage of your convic
WE WILL TAKE
FOR A SUIT OF
Ed. V. Price & Co’s
FALLS CITY LUMBER & LOGGING CO.
Every Housewife or
Mother is ever under
that Nervous Strain
which so often results
in Headaches, Dizzy
Depression and other Ijf
is Highly Recommended
in Such Cases.
IF FIRST BOTTLE FAILS TO
BENEFIT, YOUR MONEY W ILL
" b ad ly RUN DOWN.
..I k.d »»»0 »S gTeatly run down
nerve« wer« In terrlbl«
1 had frequent head-
«rhe» and baenma very w«ak and
unable to do anything.
bnnght a botti« of Dr. Mil««' N«rv-
jü «7 I noon began to f««l b«ttar,
my nerve* w«ra quirted. I rs-
rovared my strength, and hay« «Ine«
recommended LW. Milas* Narvlna
to many of my M«nds who hava
used It with satisfactory result«.
M R «. F R A N C S » W HITT-OCK
171 Broadway, Bchsnaotady. W. T.