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N o tic e s , le g a i ra te a .
(k tp y fo r n e w ad * , a n d c h a n g e * th> n\M h a « e n t
T h e New*» n o t l a t e r t h a n \V « d n o * ls y .
I s s i m i E v e r y S a t u r d a y M o r n in g
“Only a few miles oust of the
Austro-liuhsiun boundary lino, on
the right hank of the Dniester, is
the Bt'Sarabiun town of Chotin,
which enjoys the perplexing dis-
tuu tifii of having >;.\ . >rre. t ways
* K ho-
and Khoteen,” says a National G to-
The home of Mr. ami Mrs. J. ( \
We received an unsigned article
hi ink was, on last Sunday, the under the above heading,
occasion of the moat happy family
The writer d lored tho fact
! The best show at the
tonight reunion, all ot the children being
at home together the first time in that lher® was a * reat ,ack of tho
Have you paid your subscrip eighteen years. It wus a large reul lK**t"ig
tion to the News?
as well as a happy gathering.
prices on staple articles in this:
T here were seven children, ten and other towns, attributing that
B. I. Carey of Salem came up
Monday evening to visit his son, grandchildren and one great' to be the reason that so much of
O. L Carey.
II i * ..
. the money went to other towns
July 16, 1918.
Mrs. Chas, Ryan has returned
to her home from the Dallas hos-
ist Sunday the Evangelical
h had a basket dinner at
eden Gage has had a * seige of
the measles, but is able to be out
o. tne farmers have their
. i. cut and are beginning on thè
.Miss Mamie Lee has the meas
An Indiana editor was struck
by lightening and instantly killed
recently while hoeing in the gard
en. This should prove a warning
to editors addicted to such prac
graphic society bulletin.
“For more than two centuries the
they were called together a t , ,
■ , , ,
. and mail order houses. I he arti-
ITathe Phonographs easy terms. ... ..
tween Poles aud
this time because of the visit o f , . , . * , „
Turks, .lustrum» and Turks, Aus C. H. Fisher, Jeweler.
... . . .
,, Cle had some merit, but as the
Mrs. boott Leavitt, of Great Falls, i writer
•» „ tailed , , to sign ,, it we decline
trians and Russians, and Russians
and Turks swirled and eddyod about
Geo. W. Brentner and wife of Montana. formerly Elsie Frink.
to aasmme the reaiH>nsibility. as!
this tow«. It was here, in lti'.'l, New berg were in town Sunday.
A family group picture was ta- we h#v# troubles o f uur own;
that the grand hetman, Chodkie-
ken in the afternoon and will be u ]
wicz, one of the greatest soldiers
ror «.ale Cheap—Good horse. most pleasant reminder of the
the Polish nation ‘ever produced, buggy and harness.
Call Post- reunjon>
j Don’t forget to bring in news j
■ fought his'last great battle. With
office at Black Rock.
Those present were:
items, or drop them in our “ news
a small army he intrenched himself
the postoffice. We appre-,
at Chotin and withstood li!0,000
For Rent—Good 4-room
Turks under the )>crsonul command Inquire at News office.
! ...................0 . L Frink Corvallis; c'ate them.
of the Sultan Osman until the snow
................. . W. A. Graham,
forced the invaders to retire. The
A. C. Powers and family went Mrs. Cora McCoy
H o w ’s T h i s ?
victory was dearly bought, however,
Second-hand, guxl s-
Ennis Frink, of Falls City
W e offer Ono H undred Dollar» Re pay Sets cash.
for a few days after the cneniv rais to Cherry Grove Sunday.
w ard fo r any cane of C a ta rrh th a t
ed the siege Chodkicwicz died in the
| Leonard Frink, Portland
fortress as a result of exposure.
D . „
Willis F r in k , Siletx
c ,, ,
"M ire than a century later (17:>9) Bob Bennett, a girl.
Mrs. Scott Leavett, Gt.Falls, Mont
F. J. C linNH Y & CO.. Toledo, O.
li *.Ktil><>rlim »ci in t l i i»
Chotin was again the scene of a tri
W#, t h e unilfralitnr«!, h a v e Known F. J
umph over the Turks, this time the
! lm v t f • fly h o n o r a b U In nil bu
Moslems’ opponents being a Rus Easy Terms. C.H.Fisher, Jeweler. Mrs- El*» Matheney
tr n n a u tlonn a m t financially ab le to c u r r y
o u t a n y o b ll^a tlo n a tnailu by hta firm.
Miss Alice Frink
sian army under Count Munnich,
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE.
S u o In cffB Cnrt'ü
famous in Slavic military annals as
A. H. Grayum and wife left Miss Blanche McCoy
the founder of the cadet corps from last Saturday for Greeley. Colo-! Charlie McCoy
H u ll'* C a ta rrh C u r* t* taken In ternally,
actinic direc tly Upon the b!o«>d and mu-
which future Russian armies were rado where they will make their Clarence McCoy
cou« *urfm » e o f (hu ayatem. Testim onials
to secure their trained officers.
■rnt free. Price W cent* P«r bottle. Hold
by nil P ru rirlets.
“It was at this battle of Chotin home.
Take liaU’a FaaaUjr rule f u r c o o * l ip * li o n .
that Munnish had among his sub
t- u mftCMvn'T
S a m p le R o o m s
" k- IASFCkI, Lawyer, Dal Milton, May and Zella Ftink.
ordinates two young Austrians, who
B a s t A c c o m m o d a t io n s
a few years later were to beeome las. Ore. Probating of Wills and y ttle DonaId Matheney. great
f Droege, Proprietor
M. E. CHURCH
noted field marshals in the service Settlement of Estates a Specialty. „randson
of Maria T h e r e s a E r n s t Gideon
Sunday School 10:00
I.oudon, who was to defeat Fred
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Driggs went
M orning’ orship 11.
NOTICE 10 DEBTORS
erick the Great on several impor to Gaston last Saturday evening
tant battlefields, and Franz Moritz to visit their son. They returned
Epworth League 7:00.
All persons indebted to the News
Lacy, who with It a tin played a Fa
R . L. C H A P M A N
Evening Service H.’OO
subscription or otherwise, are
bian game against the Prussian king.
You are most cordially invted.
The name of Munnich is still rever
requested to make settlement on
attend these services.
ed by Russian soldiers, and the Thir
or before August 1, 1918.
'N o a’.tand Id all wotk promptly.
A. S. Mulligan, Pastor.
ty-seventh dragoons bear his name and other bakery goods, every
“Chotin was captured by the Rus day, at the Falls City Bakery.
CulU) and Falls C'ty. Oro.
sians in 1769, by the Austrians in
F. Droege was up from New
1788, and reoceupied by the Rus
No needles to chang on a Pathe port a few days this week looking
sians in ISOf). It finally passed to Phonograph. C.H. Fisher. Jewler.
after his hotel and garden.
the latter nation with the rest of
School 10 a. m.
Bessarabia by the peace of llukha-
Ira Mehrling is suffering with ! Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and Miss
Preaching service 11 a. m.
rest in 181?.
rheumatism in one of his knees.
ION AL TAILORING CO.
“Among the ancient landmarks
Song and praise service 7:30
allas steam laundry
ing from a visit at Tidewater.
still standing in Chotin is a crum
followed by preaching at 8:00.
Mr. Boje returned Sunday from
Hu itdlo* for ward t<l "vdnvwday tiiornlni
bling Italian fort, memento of the
Mid-week prayer m eeting7:30 p.m
days when the Genoese had a colony
Everyone cordially invited to
children. He had a very pleasant city on Tuesday between trains.
and trading post there.”
She was on her way to Centralia, attend these services.
T in Cook Pot*.
Edgar N. Long, Pastor
Pathe Phonographs play all re
Tin is the least important of the
six useful metals. It is also inferior cords. Easy terms. C.H. Fisher,
Bohle’s Barber Shop
in many ways to the others in this
group of elements, but is tougher
than lead and will make a better
wire, though not a really good one.
It has a whiteness aud a luster that
are not tarnished by ordinary tem
perature and is cheap. That is why
it is used in making cocking uteiv
sils, pans, etc.x and *or roofs. But
the pans, roofs, etc., arc not pure
tin. They are thin sheets of iron
coated with tin. Pure tin would not
be strong enough for these purposes,
so a sheet of iron is first taken to
supply the strength and then cover
ed with tin to improve the appear
ance of the tin pans and keep them
from rusting rapidly.
W h o A r e th a S a n e ?
If the definition of insanity was
followed to the letter, were experts
appointed to examine all men, few
would escape the brand of insanity,
but who could qualify as an expert
since we may become insane upon
the subject of insanity? All have
their predilections and prejudices,
symptoms of a mild form of mental
bias, passing under the ambiguous
name of eccentricities, and some
there are so erratic that we should
call them insane did they not pos
sess sufficient sanity to dissemble
their weakness. — Medical Fort
nightly. ________ ______
Fresh cow for sale.
Three dozen 1-2 gallon Mason
Divine Services each Lord’s Day
1 small water motor.
Chas. Olts and family left for
Bible School 10 a. m.
1 cylinder churn, for hand or
Divine worship 11 a. m.
the Coast Wednesday for a few
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
Inquire at News office.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
Good farm team for sale cheap.
The public is invited to be with
Owner gone to the Front. T. M.
DR. THOMPSON will visit us in these services.
Falls City again Friday, July
26. If havirg trouble with your
Miss Viola Lane went to Salem
eyes or glasses don’t fail to con
Sunday night for a few days visit sult the Doctor on that date. Best
C. H. Morey of Portland was in of local references given. Falls
town Wednesday in the interest City Hotel all day, Friday, July 26.
of the Portland Journal.
N o ta tila S ta tu a .
An oriental story tells us of a
man who was asked to lend a rope
to a neighbor. His reply was that
he was in need of the rope just then.
“Shall you need it a long time?”
I asked the neighbor.
1 “I think I shall,” replied the own
er, “as I am going to tie up some
sand with it.”
“Tie up sand!” exclaimed the
would be borrower. “I do not see
how you can do that!”
“Oh, you can do almost anything
with a rope when you do not want
to lend it,” was the reply.
H o p i In d ia n D e b u t a n t e * .
Among the Ilopi girls of mar
riageable age signify their willing
ness for matrimony by doing their
hair up in whorls, one over each ear.
In the symbolism of the tribe these
H u n g r y R o b in s .
represent the blossoms of
On an average day food is brought to
th e robin’s nest every fifteen m inutes. the squash vine. These whorls are
E ach young robin requires daily tw o or taken down at marriage, and there
th re e tim es its w eight in bugs and after the matron wears her hair in
worms. W hen food is offered these two rolls, one hanging down each
ever hungry little cre a tu re s open th e ir side of her face. These rolls are
larg e yellow m ouths w ide and Jostle stid to represent the fruit of the
each o t h e r __ , ___
. r C arelaaa by
C a rn i i“T ,’ i uro»
T H IS
Mrs. B. M. Webb was a Dallas
Chas. Ryan, a farmer of near
Bridgeport wa3 in town Wednes
Y O U R SU B SC R IP
There is talk of rationing out
tobacco in this country that the
soldiers may first be supplied.
M EANS THAT
T IO N
IS P A S T
h o u rs, c lo s e and
te d io u s w o rk are very apt
to r e su lt in H e a d a c h e s o r
o th e r P a in s. D o n ’t su ffe r .
D R . M IL E S '
BEAST OF BERLIN
t i t JULY 27th
M A T IN E E 2130
One; Day Only 1
YOUR L.AST CHANCE
Gen ®n heal
N igh t
(il^-8iaí?fei?°§¡ii3g t e a r
Miss Laurera Treat went to
Dallas Wednesday to attend the
- to t
A n O ld P e r s ia n Fa b le .
In the beau tifu l city o f B uenos A ires
is perhaps the only s ta tu e in th e w orld
erected by w hite m en to a negro. T h is
s th e s ta tu e o f Fuiucho, a negro sol
d ier who refu sed to h au l dow n th e A r
gentine flag a t th e b idding o f th e S p an
ish soldiery d u rin g th e first A rgentine
revolution and w as sh o t dow n by th e
-oh.! Brown of Ellwiod had the
misfortune to lose the little toe on
h’s left foot.
The W ord ‘'D ata.”
When you a re tem pted to use tb e
word “d a ta " stop and reflect. T h ere la
« good word, “ facts," th a t hi m ost
■ises Is better. R em em ber th a t “d a ta ”
Is a p lu ral noun. “ D atu m ” la th e sbi-
Kular, an d it m ean s som ething th a t is
known already. D a ta a re th in g s g iT -
eu. know n. It is a m ark o f ignorance
to say “th is d a ta .”—Y outh’s C om pan
Thompson’s Drug Sforo
To be classed as a successful
business man is considered an
honor worthy of note, and indeed
is often used as a stepping-stone
to some important and fat sala
ried official position. But, let us
carefullv consider the ways of the
average successful man.
“successful” we mean the man
that has accumulated more of
this worlds goods than the wage
earner or the small farmer could
hope for in a thousand years,
ay f 25,000 or more.
<i ait fairly with his fellow man,
or has he oppressed them, laid
traps that he might despoil them
Finding them in a tight did he
have compassion on them, or,
priest and the Levite,
i >> on the other side. We
. il> imagine that the people
■ Id care to elect a man of such
.ethods to manage their busi-
as he might continue along
'■h lines to the peoples sorrow,
[he fact that a man has not
<"i particulnrly successful in a
i ial way is no reflection as
1 n teiligence or ability. He
he .rood Samaritan—the
nan kindness may not
ndled. Abraham Lincoln
m ke a success with his
et no man was
i higher esteem nor
; if- illicitly in an emer-
H> . t Old A b e.”
| Local News Ifems
BOOST YOUR TOWN
C ity a f F a lla Cita
THE SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MAN
Thia B a ttit Torn Town Spalls Ita Nam«
Six Different Way«.
S u W r i p t f a « R a t » ; O m v « r . SI.'«' «i» m onth«,
io -an ta: th r e e m o n th * . ïft c e n t.: .i n c l e m e » . ft f t *
C H O T IN .
w ill q u ic k ly d riv e
P a in aw ay, and
Dr. Miles’ Nervine
w ill a s s is t y o u by r e liev in g
th e N e r v e S tra in .
IF FIRST BOX, OR BOTTLE, FAILS
TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR MONEY
WILL BE REFUNDED.
“My nerve» became all
worn out. I had bad head
ache» and »ever» dlxiy
«peU». I could not *leep
and my appetite v i a poor.
I began ualng Dr. MUea’
Anti-Pain Fllla and they
alway» gave me Inatant re
lief no m atter what tha
pain. Then f used Dr.
Mile«' Nervine regularly
and was eoon In perfect
MRS. 8. U YOUNO,
321 Pittsburg St..
G ET YOUR
BUTTER W RAPPERS
P R IN T E D AT T H IS O F F IC E .