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FALLS CITY NEWS
FALLS CITY OREGON. SATUK1MY. APRIL «, 1918
VOL. XIV
Armenian relief.
Airlie
Weakly Report For Polk County
B h II h I om
$
26r».<57
Falls
i ’ity
Airlie
83.80 Brush College
Balls ton
70.4« Suver
Black Kook
. 6,666.69 Douglas
Dallas
-
485.71 Buell
Falls City
Buena Vista
Independence
882.68 i
Kola
-
31.96
McCoy
Independence
1200.00
Monmouth
Perry dale
-
66.04
Rickreall
Dallas
337.02
Suver
Total
at the hour o f 7:80 o'clock in the
WAR STAMP DRIVE
I
141.70
90.32
«88.45
8.25
147 93
39.65
142.00
124.10
1880
No. 88.
O B ITU A R Y
ZIMRI HINSHAW
ino objections and remonstrances
thereto, if any thore Is.*, and
Zimri llinshaw, 67 years of
That all owners and ether f»er- age. passed away at his home in
wins in interest may attend at South Dallas, about noon Wed­
said time and place and show nesday, following an acut#attack
cause, if any they have, why said o f Bright's disease with which
improvement should not Is; made, he was stricken about ten days
Done by order o f the city coon- ago. Funeral services were held
14fU6
cil o f Falls City, Oregon, made on at Chapman's chapel
Friday
260 45
, -
morning at 11 o ’clock, conducted
the 1st day of April, 1918.
1,008.38
| by the Masonic lodge o f Dallas.
C. E. McPherren,
$2 963.54
Auditor
and
Police
Judge
¡The
sermon was delivered byj
«.50
Parker
o f Falls City, Oregon. Rev. Howard McConnell, o f the j
Perry dale
380.89
Christian Church. Interment in
Street Improvement Milite
#8,2157.26
Total
¡the Falls City cemetery.
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
Mr. llinshaw was born a* Buell
hool districts have not re-
Misses Opal and Freeta Wallace ¡n 1’olk county. March 28,1851.
To
William
H.
Matthew*.
I*
T.
he three children in their
made a business trip to Falls City He is survived by his widow and
e districts Helling the Murphy, William J. Southwell,
Wednesday.
the following children: William
Jennie
M.
Cobb,
Jis*
Hudson,
W.
iber o f W ar Saving
Born At II o'clock Wednesday llinshaw o f Falls City; Mrs. A.
B.
McKowan,
K.
0
.
White;
and
o
thrf month o f Mch,
night, April 3, . to Mr.
and Mrs. J. G, Stewart, o f Grand Rortde;
,
lO do with bU I,,
this time all other jxTsons in interest:
rltir-Journal.
Mrs. Fred. S. Crowley and ( ’has.
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
the
C.
l-amm.
a
baby
lx,y.
— •'ers.
Hinshaw o f Dallas. The
City
council
o
f
Fal's
City,
Oregon.
Fred
Holt
has
moved
his
camp
. aged
Jig the great..«:
contemplates
the
passage
of
an
to
the
Siletz
taking
several
o
f
thp
mother,
Mrs.
(
onley.
also
amount o f^ V a r Stamps during
vives, as does the following sis­
the month of A,>ril, 1918, will lie ordinance requiring the improve- Black Itock boys with him.
ters and brothers: Mrs. Sarah
ment
o
f
certain
streets
or
parts
o
f
.
The
school
is
having
a
week’s
presented with two W ar Saving
vacation on account of Miss Sayre Walling, Havila Hinshaw, o f
Stamps, valued at $10.00, the streets as follows, to-wit:
Portland; Tillman Hinshaw of
All
o
f
that
part
o
f
the
north
side
having the measles,
chilld selling the second greatest
Sheridan; Zenus Hinshaw, of
o
f
South
Main
street,
beginning
¡^r
an(j
¡yjH
amount will lie presented with one
, K. G. Balderree Willamina. Avery Hinshaw, of
War Saving Stamp valued at $5 ut the intersection o f Layton antj ^jrs Collie Demic were Dal- McMinnville; Anderson and Lias
j Hinshaw, of Dallas.
and a like prize to the (child sell­ street and South Main street and las visitors Monday.
running east to the east line of the
For r many years Mr. Hinshaw
ing the third greatest amount.
W T Wallace while snlittimr
ro
Mins
. I
,,
v followed farming and stockrais-
The first prize has been donated | William Matthews property.
wood
near
his
home
Monday
even-
ing
He
was
a
member
o f the
That the said improvement will
by Dr. A. B. Starbuck; the second
ing
had
the
misfortune
o
f
cutting
Christian
church
at
Falls
City
prize by E. K. Piasecki and the consist in general in the building his thumb nearly off.
and o f the Masonic lodge at
o f sidewalks along the property
third by F. S. Crowley.
Mr. un«l Mrs. Tillottson and Sheridam_______________
The County Committee has abutting on said streets in said
family
made a business trip to
arranged to finance the sale of city: such improvements to be Dallas on Thursday.
Alvin Robinson died last Sat-
W ar Stamps in all school districts, made at the time and in the man-
... ... „
.
„ r,.. urday after a short illness o f
W. I. Wallace was in rails City
.
„
.
advancing any teacher request­ ner hereinafter to be described
pneumonia.
runeral
services
by
ordinance.
on
Tuesday.
ing the same, #25.00 for the pur-1
were held at the Free Methodist
pose of keeping stamps on hand * The cost of said improvement| Mrs S. G. Stevens and daughter church Monday.
will be assessed to the real prop Mildred were Dallas visitors the
for sale to the children.
erty fronting and abutting on said first of the week,
T H E HUMAN SKIN.
streets and imrts of streets;
Mrs. Chas. Klkins is visiting O.
ARMENIAN RELIEF FUND
That the city council will sit in j |{akcrs in this city,
W hy W hit« R a ce , In variab ly Dia Out
Following is a list of amounts the city council chamber o f said
Q u ickly In tha Tropica.
It. (!. Balderree visited our city
Oue reason and a most Importaut
collected in various districts for city, on th 5th day o f May 1918,
on Wednesday.
o r » —why white ra rtt are unable to
WILL YOU HELP
BRING BACK
THE BOYS
OF THIS
COMMUNITY?
This space donated la Ike 3d liberty lean
Campaign by N. SELIG,
If You Haven’ t the Necessary Cash
colonize the tropica, dying out Inevita­
BAKED POTATO
IG, white, mealy—with
butter melting on it.
Um-m-ml And you like
it because it is baked Same
with Lucky Strike Cigarette
B
IT ’S T O A S T E D
Cooking makes things deli­
cious—toasting the tobacco
has made the Lucky Strike
Cigarette famous.
If Tour cUaUr d o r i not
cart? them, «end $ 1.20
fo ra c a rto n o f 12 pack«
age* t o T h o American
Tobacco Co., N. Y. City
Several of the school girls of bly In a general Inn or two, la that they
our city have joined the Junior have not enough sweat glamla. The
Home Reserve and received their aweat glands are the refrigerating ap­
paratus o f the body. They draw water
buttons.
from the blood and pour It out upon
GOSPEL MEETINGS
$100 R e w a rd , $100
Th» readers of this paper will be
plnuicil to I urn that there Is at least one
dreaded (liscoso that science has been
able to cure In all Its stages, and that is
I'aiarrh. Hall's Catarrh Pure Is the only
positivo cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, require* a constitutional treat­
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In­
ternally. acting directly upon the blood
nnd mucous surfaces o f the system, there­
by destroying the foundation of the dis­
ease. and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much fnlth In Its curative pow­
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that It falls to cure. Send
for list nf testimonials.
p,,l,l by sii Drngetsis, 7V.
Take Hall's h aailly Pills for constipation.
In demonstrating his now famous
method of replacing In Its socket a hip
tlmt has been dislocated since birth
l*r. John Iildlon o f the Presbyterian
hospital, Chicago, said most o f these
eases were girls and In most o f them
It was the left hip. He could not offer
any suggestion as to why this should
lie so.
Sign up anyway, take it to your bank and it will be accepted
as security while you are making your payments.
Donated to Liberty Loan Campaign.
BANK OF FALLS CITY.
NO A M ER IC A N HAS E V E R
YET
B EEN
C O N Q U ER ED
N o American ever will be
conquered unless
it is he who fails to invest in this supreme hour
to IN V E S T OR GO U N D E R
FALLS CITY LUMBER & LOGGING CO.
•H "1 H H H I I I I I I
Dusts Popular.
Patience -Wluit kind o f singing do
yon prefer, solos or duels?
Patrice Oil. duels, by all means.
"W ell, come over to tlie house some
time nnd I'll start the phonograph and
the parrot going at the same time."—
Yonkers Statesman.
H
I I I
1
W IL L
I I I I I
I I I j I H -
-H -M I I I I 'M
I I M»> H .
YOU FIG H T
In the trenches at close range, or fight at long
range behind the lines by lending your money
to Uncle Sam to hold up the hands o f those who
can actually wield a bayonet for y*u?
N atural Tendency .
I
(on easy payments)
Donated to Liberty Loan Campaign by
Dislocation of the H ip Joint.
•Pop. do all trades have their own
diseases?"
"So they say. son.'*
"Then la It only caqionters that have
shingles?*'—Baltimore American.
Address r .1 ( I I I N K Y .« CO., Toledo, Ohio.
$50 L IB E R T Y BOND
Donated to the Liberty Loan Campaign by
Gossipy.
"Mrs Gastev Is n great gossip.”
"Yes
She has a good sense of rit-
FALLS OITY MEAT MARKET
, nmr” — Puck.
I
I 1*1 I I I I H I W I I I I I I I I I I I H -l P H - H 4 W I ' I I I I I » I M l
H -H - i-i-H I t-H -H -H -H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
Evangelistic meetings will be­
gin in Falls City, Sunday, April 7,
to continue one month or longer.
The room just east o f the confec­
tionery is being fitted up and will
lie in readiness for the first meet­
ing Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock
Meetings will lie bold every even­
ing with the exception o f Monday.
The co-operation o f all who believe
in Salvation thru the blood of
Jesus Christ is earnestly desired-
, The one purpose o f the meetings
will be to hold up Jesus Christ
and him crucified, not simply to
get |>eople to reform and join
some church, hut that they indeed
may be joined to Christ.
No definite announcement oi
subjects can lie made, hut such
topic* :.s: “ The World War in the
Jiglit o f < oil's Word,.......The soon
room ing of Jesus Christ,” The
Millennium at Hand,” “ Hell,”
‘ ” lhe Judgement,” Divine Heal-
ii g for the Body,” “ The New
| Birth,” “ Baptism o f the Holy-
Spirit” and other timely and neg­
lected themes will he dealt with
to the end that souls may lie saved
and believers strenghtened and
built up and filled with the Spirit.
A cordial welcome is extended
to all.
the surface of the «kill, where its evap.
oration keeps the tenqierature o f the
l«>dy down. Thut Is why we make a
person w ith a fever perspire profusely
—It lowers the temperature. In draw­
ing off the water the sweat glands
draw olT also many Impurities from
the blood, but their most Importaut
function Is the regulation of the tem­
perature o f the blood.
Hclautlflc InvoHtlgatlon shows that
for every square centimeter o f the sktn
area on the lingers white Americans
have .V>8 sweat glands, American ne­
groes have 5U7, Filipinos 1153, Morns
OS I, adult Negritos Toll, Hindus 7118 and
Negrito youths and children »50.
As all the sweat glands are fully
formed at birth and their numlier re­
mains the same throughout life, the
grvuter uumlier found among the Ne­
grito youths Is no doubt due to a eor-
ropondlug difference in size of iudl
vlduuls. As the body grows the skin
area Increases and the glands become
more dispersed.
It Is evident that 70» sweat glands
will pour out nearly 27 |>er ceut more
liersplratlon thun will 558. Therefore
llu re will lie 27 per ceut more evapora­
tion, and so the Negrito Is compara­
tively comfortable in a tropical heat
that the white man ttnds almost un­
bearable.- New York World.
OK AT LEAST ONE L IT T L E