PAOS 4. ' Qtyr S ta lla (Ætty Nrim; D. L. WOOD - Publisher. > Act 1 lV l|rfM o» M ink t . 1ST». Local News Hems Hie beet show at tin» Gem tonight ■ i t i n e >• n n id - rU M m ill i t tk . pom offln • t r i t t i c u » . P ii« c o m iT, o n e n . SATURDAY, F E B R U A R Y 23. KAMA CITY NEWS I «*• Ttlt«k«s* N«wi Omet. M m R i f u i O m t m t . I l » ; . U m w l U I h m moot Kl. M n o U; «I o* !• ooo j . • c U. AS u r t i t i n ( R i t t i : D u p liy . 1» n a t i l i » Inch ; • u i l n m N o II c m . 1 c i n t i • U n*; F o t Sole. « t a l . K n h i l f i . W in l in d F iy « n w r ia ln m .n t No I te li, I c ti. 1 U i l C i r d o l T h u k i » e t i ; I n * ■ o tic « !. I« e il ra lM . Copy lo» l i v i d i , i n d o h i n e n i h o a l d bo w i t Is T i t R i v i boi l i t i r t h i n * « l « t « U l . ______ I ssued E vert S aturday M orning Free Methodist 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 meeting 7:30 p.m Everyone cordially invited to attend these services. Edgar N. Long, Pastor. Clothes cleaned and pressed. Wm. Bohle. Fred Holman and wife of Dal las attended the Ladies’ Minstrel last Saturday night. Clover hay for sale at Treat's warehouse at $18.00 per ton. See P. S. Calkins. Dr. T. B. Ford will hold the Second Quaterly Conference at the M. E. church Saturday afternoon, February 23. Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies and other bakery goods, every day, at the Falls City Bakery. Ladies’ Minstrel im». HER LOOKS The ladies’ Minstrel show at Wagner’s Hall last Saturday night was an agreable surprise to those that attended. Real talent was shown and the entire performance was a credit to the members. One could almost imagine that some of the dancers were profes sionals. The Dallas Quartette rendered some excellent music. “ Martha Washington’’ gave the "gals’’ some good advice on catching a husband that might well be taken seriously. The receipts were $109. IX) ami after paying the expences the balance will be placed in the Red Cross fund. In K e e p in g W it h t h e B i g T h o u g h t o f th e D a y The daily press reflects a sentiment throughout the nation which clearly indicatcb a new condition. Mon arc wanted everywhere. The work of this wur is being carried on largely by those who never before have been in pub lic office or public work. Men who have boon too busy, too engrossed with their own tasks, are leaving their work toothers and giving their time and ability to the cause which is ours, yours, everybody’s. It is a time when politics in the ordinary sense must not be considered. It calls for all the ability that cun be mustered. , Oregon to be a successful partin this unit plan for the defense for democracy, must likewise place the thought of the times before everything. In another part of this paper appears the announcement of L. J. Simpson as a candidate for the nomination for Governor on the Republican ticket. Mr. Simpson was urged to become a candidate by bis many friends in every part of the state, be cause of bis business record, his understanding and knowledge of Oregon’s resources, industries and needs; because of his public-spiritedness, which of recent years has led him to tusks which have been more important to him than his own atTuirs. 1. J. Simpson is cloirly tha min who o n givo Oregon tho administration nsoisairy to this plan of National Efficiency. His campaign will bo directed straight to you as voters, as individuals who do your own thinking. We are firmly convinced that you will not allow politics to influence your decision, and that you will vote for the man who is best fit to help the people of Oregon, develope the state's vast resources, and to prepare for, and participate in, the great reconstruction that is to follow. A woman fuels as old us she looks. Many would fet.| younger if they used Nyal Vegetable Proscription Th# Ideal Woman's Tonio Thompsons’ Drug Store E. K. P IA 8 E C K I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Farm Loan« 5 1 2 ' Mrs. Gregory invites you to at 620 Mill 8 tr««t, • Dalla. tend her spring opeuing Saturday J. B. McDowell, a farmer living It near town was in last week, and February 23. Buolncoo tlnrt>ö in telling of his experience with Mr. Pugh is rushing th work on the gray squirrels .said that last his theatre building as rapidly as IIOTKI. year he had trapped 125, shot 29 the cold weather will permit A. besides putting out over $8 worth H. Grayum is doing the mason of poisoned wheat. Such a war work. fare by every farmer would *soon CHRISTIAN CHURCH materially lessen these pestiferous John C. Uglow, of Dallas keeps creatures, violins, guitars, banjos, etc., sheet Divine Services each Lord’s Day music: Popular and Standard, Bible School 10 a. m. Popular and Standard. Century, Century, McKinley 10c Editions. Divine worship 11 a. m. and McKiulev 10c Editions; sheet Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. in. music, banjos, violins, guitars, etc. Mrs. William H. Tice of camp 2 Evening Service 7:30 p. m. at John C. Uglow’s, Dallas. Hoskins and Mrs. Walter Tice of We believe you will weigh issues The public is invited to be with Tacoma, Wash, were visiting at more closely than ever before, and If you intend to buy fruit trees us in these services. that L. J. Simpson will be your choice. the home of Geo. M. Tice. F. Clhude Stephens. Minister. this spring see Christy for prices. Beautiful new spring coats, Chas. Hopkins was in Dallas What You Can Do suits and dresses Mrs. Gregory’s Monday. M. E- CHURCH Store. 2t | Firat Talk over his candidacy with Get your violins, guitars, banjos Sunday School 10:00 your friends. Little Dorthy Oman is seriously sheet music; Popular and Stand Morning Worship 11. Soeond If you believe that L. J. ill. AGENCY O F ard, Century and McKinley 10c Simpson is worthy of your support Epworth League 6:30. I nternational T ailoring to . A beautiful line of new spring write a letter to this committee. Editions of John C. Uglow, Dallas. Evening Service 7:30 waists at Mrs. Gregory's Store. 2 Suggest how his cause may be ad D a lla s stea m la u n d r y Prayer meeeting and teachers Will Wood and family visited in vanced. We, in turn, wi I tell you Btiu.il*. foM.«r,l,-,| lt^n.«li)r mortiln* training class Friday 7:30. Two ton oat and vetch hay for how you can help. Dallas last Saturday and Sunday. Y ou are most cordially invite d sale. W. F. Good, Phor.e 328 P*i«I Ads crlltcuienl See the new spring hats at Mrs. to attend these services. I an ne«I by W anted-To buy cow; heifer Gregory’s Store. 2t •81M PHON FO R OOVKKNOR* L 8A G V K A. F. Hanson. Pastor preferred. Apply at News office. PltUn-k Building Portland - f ---- —-------------- Miss Mary Hammond was in For Sale—100 quarts of choice Black Rock Tuesday. Post Office Time C ard fruit and vegetables, Inquire of l-l -fr M I I H l > t 'H H I 'l -t- M-I-++ I -M-I-H - H - V !■ | Born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Tice. Office hours: Daily, except Sun Jake Teal, a daughter. day, 8 a m. to 6.30 p.m. Violins, guitars, banjos, etc., Mail anives, from C. J. BRUCE, Proprietor. sheet music, Popular and Standard AND NOW THEY ARE COOKING Salem 8.45 a.m , 5:45 p.m. TOBACCO TO MAKE IT BETTER Century and McKinley 10c Edi Dallas, 8:45 A. M., 5:45 I*. M. Portland via Gerlinger, train 102 tions at John C.Uglows, Dallas. For a good many year* The American ....UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.. Tobacco Company have been conducting a 11:55 a. m. series of experiments .having a a their Black Rock, 1:30 P. M. THE ONLY ONE IN TOWN Cundir**, Tobacco* nnd Cigar*, at object tbe improvement oi smoking Fresh Beef, Pork, Fish, Poultry, Etc. Mail closes for: I wonder what it can be, an tobacco«. L. B. WON DERBY’S Salem,8.50 A.M., 1 P.M. and 5.20 article, no doubt, but 1 am And it ia interesting to know that one of the greatest of their discoveries was one P. M. going to see. Will buy your Beevos, Veals, Hogs and Chickens. of the simplest, and that was, that cooking It must be very expensive, Dallas, 8:50 A. M. and 5:30P. M. or toasting tobacco improved it in every CALL AND GIVE US A TRIAL. WE WILL PLEASE YOU. but have it Sir I must, Portland via Gerlinger train 102 way, just as cooking most foods improves And if it is for sale 1 p, m. them. F A L L S C IT Y M E A T M A R K E T I’ll purchase it or bust. They took a real Burley tobacco, grown Black Rock, 1 A. M. in this country: toasted it as you would • H-H-l-l-H-H-H-l-l I--H-I-H-4 S-H-H-l -H-l M I I l-l I I I H > H + H + Mail Order and Postal Savings Sure it is not an article, nor toast bread; moistened it to replace the window closes at 6 P. M. anything like that; natural moisture driven off by toasting; S unday O nly But a first-class Tailor, and made it into cigarettes, called them ■ • -H-H-fr-H-H- !■ !■ l-t-1— I-H--M— t- fl-1-HS-H-l-hH-H-l-H I !■ I I I I H-+ Office hours: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m: “LUCKY STRIKE, the toasted cigarette,” he’s a Crackerjack. and offered them to the public. Mail arrives from Salem, 9:00 So bring in your orders and a The result has been the greatest demand a m. deposit very small. created (or any tobacco product in a Mail closes for Salem, 8.50 a.m. A perfect fit is guaranteed by ever similar length of time. the tailor A. B. Stahl. General Delivery Window Open » The change produced by toasting Is not He also does cleaning, pressing, only most wholesome, but the flavor is Headquarter* for Candy and Cigar* From 9:30 to 10:30 A. M. greatly improved, just as cooking improve« atterations and repairing. Next Effective March 11, 1917. WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY. meat, for example. I ra C. M eh r l in g , Postmaster door to the bakery. YOU CAN NOT AFFORD TO CARRY YOUR OWN — ---------------- RIMK ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS. INSURE NOW! T h s M o il P o r m a tiv « Y e a r« . 4* AFTER TH E FIRE IS TOO LATE. In the Woman's Home Companion a Notice to News Subscribers Bohle’s Barber Shop FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET N. N. C H R IS T Y INSURANCE writer gays: ‘‘Fathers must realize, as well as mothers, that the first five years of the child's life are the most lmi>ortant In the child's development. It Is then that he le most formative, most Impression able. I t Is then that be needs most serious and careful thought from both parents. And If tbe child Is properly handled through this period half the battles of tbe future man In the child are won." 8«rv«d Him Right. "Berves me right for pretending.” 'H o f c r "I talked a lot of highbrow talk to my new girl, and now she has gone and bought me a set of Emerson's essays for a birthday present. I could have used a fancy vest.”—Louisville Courier. Journal. Catarrh C annot B e Cured W ith L O C A L A P P L IC A T IO N S , a s th e j c a n n o t re a c h th e s e a t o f t h e d ise a se C a t a r r h la a blood o r c o n s titu tio n a l d ise ase a n d In o rd e r to c u re It you m u s t ta k e In t e r n a l rem edies. H a ll's C a ta r r h C u re Is t a k e n In te rn a lly , a n d a c ts d ir e c tly upon th e blood a n d m u c o u s s u r f a c e s . H a ll's C a ta r r h C ure Is n o t a q u a c k m edicine. It w a s p re sc rib e d by one o t th e b e s t p h y sic ia n s In th is c o u n try f o r y e a r s a n d Is a re g u la r p re sc rip tio n . It Is com p o sed of th e b eat to n ics k n o w n , com bined w ith the b e s t blood p u rifiers, a c tin g d ire c tly on th e m u co u s su rfa c e s. T h e p e rfe c t co m b in a tio n o f th e tw o In g re d ie n ts Is w h a t pro d u ces euch w o n d e-fu ! re su lts In curing c a ta r r h . Send f o r te s tim o n ia ls , free. T. J. C H E N E Y A CO.. P ro p s . Toledo. O. Sold b y D ru g g ists, p rice 75c. T ak s H ail's Fam ily F ills for constipation. • REAL ESTATE RATES ARK LOW s= Notary Public N. Main Street The constant strain of factory work very often results in Headaches, Backaches and other Aches, and also weak ens the Nerves. DR. MILES' H eart T reatm ent is very helpful when the Heart is overtaxed. I F F I R S T BO X, OR B O T T L E , F A I L S T O B E N E F I T YOU, YOUR MONEY W IL L BE R E F U N D E D . - ♦ < 11111411111114441 'I H I M BRI00EP0RT QLEANINQS Feb. 18, 1918. Miss Mabel Lee was a school visitor the 12th. Mr. Glenn Gage and Mr. Dave Reimer and Mr. Ross Murphy attended the flag raising at Falls City the 12th. ANTI-PAIN PILLS will quickly relieve the Nerves, or Pain, while D r. Miles' Mortgage. SE V E R S FAIN. ''I u se d to s u ffe r a g r e a t deal w ith lu m b ag o In m y sh o u ld e rs a n d b a c k . A f rie n d Ind u ced m a to t r y D r. M iles’ A n ti-P a in P ills n n d I a m o n ly to o g lad to !>• a b le to a t t e a t t o t h e relief t h a t I g o t fro m t h e e , ap len d ld pills. T h e y fo rth a v a lu a b le m ed ic in e a n d do a ll t h a t It Is cla im e d th e y wlU d o ." L E W IS J. C U T T E R , M a rie tta , Ohio. Miss Estolla Plankinton was a school visitor Friday. - A :mirk here indiente« thnt your aubacriptioo ia delinquent» F l c a w r a i l a n d fix i t . Falls City, Oregon Í 144 I W Q H 4 H 4 4 I There was a dinner given at the school house St. Valentines’ Day. Joe Gage was called out Thurs day night to play for a dance at Airlie. C. C. Gardner was a school vis itor Friday. Harvey Gage has purchased an other horse in place of the one he lost recently. Joe Gage has purchased a new spring tooth harrow. There was a Gopher and Mole Mrs. Ella Yihoads is a visitor at campaign meeting at the school the home of Mr. N. L Belue. house the 14th. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY Passenger Train Schedule w t.T .n r h n 161 1*7 i « i am . am. Salem . . . 7:05 9.35 D allas. . . 8.15 10.57 Fai la C ity , 8.46 1 1 . 8 0 11:50 HI k Rock. (AHT*Ottm> 164 ■ p m . 3.45 15.15 ¡5.45 Ï* pm ia* am. pm. 1.00 HI ’k Rock Falls City. 9.20 1.20 D allas . . . 10.00 1.46 Salem . . . 11.00 3.10 A. 5.50 6.25 7.20 Ú C. POWSK*. Ail II. I ■J AOKNT II The boys of Bridgeport are go Watch for a blue mark on your E xtra copies of The New« lire ing to trap gophers and moles. paper. It means that you are printed each week, and will be sent Their aim is to rid this vicinity of behind with your subscription and to any address desired, postpaid, the pests. 5 cents are expected to pay up.