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FALLS CITY. OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918
O B IT U A R Y
Polk County Pioneer Dies
i ' * h li win,in nil« liaa fallen In fuve I imn
cry other person in the high school
lony Asplun went to Portland k*, to wfi«. to « a n , tar.
has the pleasure of having a cold. Tuesday.
HaltlneMa w ith tlie women of Tuco^lu
1« a sign of Lwautjr, and n ever until alio
Frank Vinson is working on the i* Ini Id dues a T u to p ia w om an lietoin«
The teachers training class have
fuJIy i"onvlilted th a t alio la really love
taken up the study of arithmetic. Balderee line.
Hut bald or not sbe takea km -« 1
Everybody seems to he well ta ro whom abo aaka to m arry her, for
Ethel Sampson and Rheta Bow-
tbo trib a l law baa n ever been know n
I man are making the soup this pleased with the 8-hour day.
to fall. If a rejected w om an doea not
Thom ai I . T a th tro w , Who Dlad at
week. Some soup'
Arthur Bartell returned to camp kill beraelf aba la executed by tbo lead
Isdapandanca March 3rd Had
ora of tlio trib e .—I'earitou'o.
I<ast Friday afternoon the Star- Sunday. He says he don’t care
L iv id In Polk County 73
lites, one side of the literary socie-! it »nows for a thousand years
R ED M ONDAY IN P ETR O G R A D .
I he’s not going out again.
i ty gave a program:
It is reported that Black Rock On* Scan« of the Revolt T h a t Ended
Piece by orchestra
th« Romanoff D ynasty.
. TJL'ian H. Tetherow died at his
vicinity will receive a visit B ullets flew In the « treat! o f P etru
Play, Lyceum of Hog Holler
home near lnde|>endence, Sunday,
from the Government men this fi'Md on«* Monday d u r liiK tbe revolution
w idth overthrew the Homanoffa. A
March 3, 1918, age HO years and
Hrltlab nurae, follliig Loudonera of her
19 days. Funeral services were
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
experieneea tu th e K usslau cap ital on
conducted Wednesday by Rev.
"lied M onday,” aaya of one »• en#
Mrs. McGovern and son Clifford
*T «aw tu th e stre e ts a w onderful
Dunnmore, and interment in the
WAR STAMP DRIVE
were in Falls City Sunday.
IVtM-eaalon of revolutluuU ta, tb e van-
K. of F. cemetery near Monmouth.
Kuard of tb e b reve lib erato rs of Hue
Weakly Report For Polk County
Mr. Tetherow was born in Platt
Mrs. King ar.d son Richard
ala. T be soldier patriot« In th e ir Kray
County Missouri and had lived in were Falls City visitors Sunday. Total ain’t to lie raised $321,160.00 coat«, ou foot a n d in m otorcar«, w ere
22,196.72 gohiK down the a treet In a H eady, or
Stamps sold to date
Polk County 73 years. He leaves
298,963.28 derly m anner, protecting a crow d of
Clifford Wallace and Joe Lamm Balance to lie sold
a wife and two children, Joe
sta rv in g m en, w om en an d children w ho
were husines visitors in Falls City
Tetherow and Mrs. Minnie Hilde
$ 325.90 w ere w alking In tb e c e n te r of tb e pro
ceaslon. A t th e ir head waa a band
brand of Independence;one broth
41.30 playing the 'M arseU latae' an d a large
er, Sam Tetherow of Falls City, Miss Sayre made a business trip
18.88 red flag borne aloft.
and three Bisters, Mrs. L. Parker to Falls City on Saturday, attend-
4.13 ”A» the proceaslon neared tb e Hotel
Moscow, w here th e N evsky begin«,
50 there w aa a sudden o u tb u rst of fierce
of Ashland, Mrs Martha Burns of ing the Principals club, returning
Dallas and Mrs. Ann Johnson of on Sunday.
89.47 firing from above, and the soldiers and
Buena V ista
women and children fell to th e ground
A big dance will be given in the
and th e atreet soon becam e a sham
hies. T be firing w as from m achine
Commissary Saturday night. The
- 253.47 guua controlled by th e police, who wore
Alfred B. Graham
203.40 In ain b u sb on th e roof of tbe hotel and
who tried to bring ab o u t a w holesale
was born on the 16th day of Dec. It is to be a gingham gown and
308.20 sla u g h te r o f th e people.
1846, in the township of Milford, overall dance.
24.51 " It w aa asto n ish in g bow self possess
Oakland County, Michigan, and
Glenn Stevens has been absent
61.95 ad th e crow d w as In th e face of th is
m urderous atta c k . I aaw tb e soldiers
died the 28th day of February, from school on account of tonsilitis,
- 18.75 who b ad not fallen Im m ediately en ter
1918, at his home in FalLs City, hut is better and hack in school
192.20 tbe hotel an d m ak e th eir w ay to the
Oregon, at the- age of 71 years, again.
roof, w here they sh o t th e cow ardly po
lice, cap tu red th e m achine guns and
two months and 12 days.
Opal Wallace was a Gilliam vis
brought them dow n to th e stre e t."
On March 10, 1864, he enlisted itor on Sunday, visiting her bro
in Co. K of U. S. Infantry for ther.
To all bread consumers who "A nd now, my son," said th e old
service in the civil war, and at its
aaau, “ I m ust give you a bit of partin g
close received an honorable dis Winnard and Valmore Bullis are buying their supply, either advice."
"Yes, d ad ," an sw ered th e young
August 5, 1868, he was united their sisters, Lida and Eva, re side, it may be of interest to m an p atien tly .
know th at all bakeries are under "N ever lend money to a friend.”
in marriage to Miss Melissa Van- turning home Sunday.
“W h at, never?"
Brunt. To this union three child We had quite a bit of snow here strict control of the Federal Foot
Commission, and have to bake “B ut w hy? Surely som e frien d s a re
ren were born, one son, Roy for the past month or so.
loaves in regard to quality as to honest ?"
Graham, and two daughters, Mrs.
“ U ndoubtedly.
B ut If you lend
Miss Hammond of Falls City
Ad«» Thomas and Mrs. Lulu Zuver. was here Tuesday giving music substitutes, also in weight accor money au d try to get It back you will
ding to law. Instead of 13 or 14 be called a tig h tw ad , and If you lend
Also, nine grand children and four lessons.
ounce loaves, they must now be money aud d o n 't try to get It la c k you
great grand children. He has one
will be called an easy m ark .”—C leve
Harold Ridenour came home 16 ounces, hence higher cost.
sister and two brothers living.
land Plain D ealer.
from Ostrander Saturday and is
That the new Hoover loaf prop
S tep n iak as Prophet.
visiting his parents and friends erly made with required substi
Mm dent o f tb e M anchester
FIRARCIAL REPORT LOCAL RED here.
tutes has. perhaps, a little differ
G uardian ln E ngland records an Inter
esting sta te m e n t m ade by Stepulak.
The larger pupils of this school
more healthy than straight wheat tbe g re a t R ussian revolutionary, which
Falls City, Ore. Feb. 18. 19’°
Is w o rth quoting. W hen he first m et
cabbage and tomatoes. They are bread and is so acknowledged by Stepulak, in 1889, th e w rite r says, he
most loyal people who make their asked w h at real prospect th ere w as of
taking the best of care of them.
bread in conformity to Hoover’s au.v revolution lu R ussia. T he reply
I nov . 3, Christy show
Mr. Turner has been on the sick receipts, and therefore should be was: “A g reat Euro|>eau w ar will bo
” 7, Mrs. Addie Mont-
our chauca. It will show the bureau
25 list this week.
superflous for a teacher to make cracy to be quite Incapable of m anag
25 Some of the high school students remarks to her pupils as to the Ing the affairs of tb e uatlon In a ert-
’* 26, Mrs. May Ellison
of Falls City visited our school last different taste of certain bread,
Dec. 6 Mrs. S. G. Price
or still a teacher here, who does
Jan. Show and dance
Efficiency Is no new Invention; It Is
” 26 Gym Festival
It has been so stormy here that not Hooverize and does not use as old as Intelligence Itself. None re
substitutes in her baking, etc alize efficiency so com pletely as the
Feb. 16 Minstrel show
82.71 the men could not work.
If this should be the case, she creative genius—o u r D arw ins, F a r a
" " Christy dance
25 The 8th grade has finished its ought to be reminded and have days, Kdlsons and F o rd s—and none so
” “ Mrs. Driggs
proper receipts from our food L-Smpletely practice aud exem plify
2.40 history and ready to review.
“ 18 Mrs. Beard
w orking explosively. G enius Itself, we
controler, Mr. Hoover.
ara told, Is th e cap ab ility fo r tak lu g
Infinite pains.—W illiam H. S m ith In
The 10-Spot arrived at camp
In d u strial M anagem ent.
L O V E L IN K E D W ITH D EA T H .
W hat did the doctor say when Tom
Nov. 10 Mrs. Hellwarth $ 2.16
off som e of hts digits fooling w ith
The Spaulding upper camp has In Y beepla Qlrle P rap ase Man-lag« and shut
Dec. 4 F. C. Mer Co
6.00 closed down for the third time
Jan. 2 Wagner Hall
"He thoughtfully told hlui he should
In th e Pacific ocean betw een FIJI,
32.20 this winter. An old saying, the New tiu ln e a . New C aledoula an d the remember th a t finger* a re good things
“ 12 Mrs. Ri^gs, yarn
alw ays to keep on h an d ."—Sau F ran
co n tin en t of A ustralia lies tb e M elane
4.00 third time's the charm.
“ 12 Kirkpatrick, exp.
alau group of Islands, w here head h u n t
24 Mrs. Hellwarth
Mrs. George Miller is on the ers an d can u lb ala abound. A lthough
M aking It W orse.
*• 24 F. 0. Mer. Co.
7.45 sick list.
stra n g e au d grew som e are m any o f tbe
"D id you Iry co u n tin g sheep fo r your
custom s of tb e tribes, th ere a re som e
'eh. 10 Wagner Hall
B. C. Miles of Salem was a vis th a t a re moat rum autlc. F or Instance, insomnia?*’
Yes, h u t It only m ade m a tte rs
itor at Spauldings’ camp Monday. ou tb e Island of T ucopla the women w orse - th e sheep rem inded me of my
propose m a rria g e Instead of tb e rneu.
Balance on hand $288.30
butcher's h ill." - Boston T ra u a c rlp t
L. Nixon went to Portland on W hen a g irl of T ucopla sees a m an
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M. L. Thompson, Treas. Tuesday.
whom sh e th in k s she would like to
A rtesian W ells.
have for h er hu sb an d she does not rush
The Chinese have obtained water
Mrs. James Day and Miss
tb e c o n trary , she gives tb e aubjeet through the means of artesian wells
Robetls went to Salem Tuesday On
deep th o u g h t a u d o ften tb e m an a most for over a ’t housand years. One of
and were joined by Mr. Day on carefu l Investigation before sh e "pops the most famous wells in existence 1
The Mesdames Skeel, Lowe,
- . tbe q uestion." T b e reason Is th a t hta is that of Grenelle, in the outskirts
au aw er spells life o r d eath to her.
Ross and Watzlini, visited school
of Paris, where the water is brought I
Mrs. Day says she is tired of I t la a trib a l law th a t any woman from a depth of 1,798 feet. It yields
w ho baa been re fu te d m u st fo rth w ith B16V$j gallons of water a minute. \
gathering snow balls and Miss kill
beraelf. T h e re fo re a w om an asks
The boys and girls of the soph-
Roberta considers its no place for a m au 'a h a n d only w hen she feels s u rt A well in Pesth was sunk to the
omore class have been debating
heavy waights in 2 1-2 ft of snow. th a t hla a n sw e r will be tb e happy one. depth of 3,100 feet in the seventies
on woman's suffrage. Naturally
Mauy a re th e stra n g e aud seemingly
A House For You.
Oh! For the good old mountains Inexplicable q uestions w ith w hich the
each side thinks it is superior to
sense and feeling de
in the summer time!
the other side.
termine what sort of a house will
who c an n o t realise th e personal mo
The motor was held up for a tlve hack o f th e solicitude of th e dusky be fit for you, then determine to
This has been hard luck week
belles w ho Inquire If be Is m arrie d or
for some of the students of the short time Tuesday on account of not and th e s ta te of hi* w ife's health. work for it, to get it and to die iu
it, if the Lord will. I mean a house !
high school, Treval Powers did the log train losing several logs R om ances a re consequently very apt that you can entirely enjoy and
not have anythiug else to do but between Falls City and Black to tu rn o u t In happy m arriage.
manage, but one which you will not
Hut th e re h av e been inn u m erab le lu
get blood poison in his arm and Rock.
bu proud of, except as yon make it
S t a i n es w hen a poor girl, sm itte n by
charming in its modesty. — John :
Harold Beard spent his spare time
The telephone system is in very
P«u*d to k m I f r s j l f because
m an Ruikin.
in seriously injuring his leg. Ev- good order again.
New Spring Goods
New House Dress
New Dress Goods
New High Top Shoes
New, Men’s Spring Hats
THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE NEW ARRIVALI
'IN DIFFERENT LINES ARE NOW SHOWN
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