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HE KEPT lis OUT
CF F O T
Mill City Locals
“The farmers Store Of Quality”
Mr. nrd Mr*. A. II. Sul’ ivati
ro urr.nl to Mill City from Mreit-
ertbuih when-bh< hag been vork-
mjj during Hit* rummer lit tt:<*
Dicinncnuous to Boast That It’s Fish Hatchery.
Through Any Act of Wilson
Wo Arc Out of the Euro
pean Con lest.
RATHER SHOULD BE BLAMED
ron M e x i c o
b e l l ig e r e n c y
[T.rin j th# Pr»»»nt Administration W *
I 'o C*ls*d a Maaican Port and
Coni Our Entira Arm/ and Militia
•» Fight Maalcana Whlla Armad
Maat:an Force« Hava Invaded Amer.
I jjn Coil and Fought Oattlaa Againat
Wishes to Announce th at we Have
Mi. .. Inez Sullivan of Mill City
nnd Mr. W. I ’. Wilburol Albany,
wen* unitod in man ¡ him ? Monday
evonit if Sept. II. at Albany.
The Most Complete Stock
Mr. and Mi-. Sam Harriett re-
tpuiv.d to tl.tir homo at Mill
City, They have bt encampinj?
To be found in any small town in the valley
W e are going to mention but three (3) articles in this issue
• Mrs. (). K. At wort! and cbil-
i* n arc vinlingat Mr. Atwood’s
l a rents at Corvallis, Oregon.
Miss Mary Apcr and Mr. Si-
mt n Higdon went to Salem and
weep married returning to Mill
. uiuotliuna j on hoar iik ii , Houalbla City thiu evening, Sept. 14.
ir m , too, my, "I'm going to vote for
i,»on till» year 1 m ««'* u * c hi* kept U«
• ui uf «'nr."
h iiv ii u xhort question. Aok
H.i*s i. "Out o f tvlmt war?"
I'hl Mr. WlWou keep um out o f tho
Lur«|Ktau war? No. He hna hltnaelf
lu .i ' i null nd0r<»* to emigre*» spoken
<f the liuropenti war aa "a war with
tv'il Is v o Invo i.olhlng to do. a war
w). i»o oauara ilo m l lourli us." How
i< ul l Mr. Wilaon keep us out o f n war
r. !i will h wo have nothing to do and
w.ioao cau-es do not touch us?
Did ho Uoo|i tile root of the western
It. • tl-plioro out of the European war?
>' • tto!o|iondeiit nation on till« aide of
Iti'i world la Involved hi It; the only
¡. de lit It nro the colonI ch of Euro
pe ui |Miwcra and they had no voice In
• U lr laio, for they were automatically
at cor when tlielr mother fovorninenta
wont to ear. Who kept Argentina,
tin *!!. Chile. Peru, out of the Euro
pean war? Did Mr. Wilaon?
Hid Mr. Wilaon keep it» out o f war
w lfj Mexico? No. In Ida terra more
Amertrnns have lx*en killed by Mexl-
ran i and more American pn>i»crty haa
loon destroyed by Mexicans than by
Spaniard* during tlio whole Hpanlah
war. In 111» term we have seized a
Mexican |M»rt and have aent our ontlro
regular army and mint 1» to light Mexi
In hi* term Mexican armed
fo r e* have Invaded American soil nnd
fought battle* againat our people with
in our boundarlo*.
Prcaldont Tnft went through two
Mexican revolution* during Ida term,
the revolution ngalnit Ida* nnd the
revolution agnln*t Mndero. American
Urea were *afe in Mexico during that
No Mexican cltlc* were re I zed
by American* nnd no armed Mexican»
Invaded the T’nlted Slate* while Mr.
Tnft wn* In the White llouac. Yet Mr.
Tnft never thought o f n*ktng the
American people to vote for him lie-
cam«* he kept u* out of war with Mex
ico. Tie put an embargo on arm* *a
that American weni*>na would not lu*
aenf n'Tos* the boundary, and he re-
fn»">-l to Interfere In Mexican nffnlr*.
When he left offi'-c Mexican* liked
American*, and American* were nnfe
In Mexico. Since lie left office Mexi
can» hate American* and American*
dare not remain In Mexico. Did Mr.
Wilaon keep ns out of war with Mexi
co? Not |f word* mean anything.
Mr. WII»on did not keep u* out of
the European war. nnd he did not keep
ns out o f war with Mexico.
Out of what war, then? —Petrolt
UNITED STATES’ HONOR.
Hugh**’ Criticism of Foralgn Policy
Approved In West.
[Portland (Or#.) Telegram.)
1st, W e have fourteen (14) brands o f Coffee ranging in
price from 2 pounds for 25c to 40c a pound
Mr*. Huston from Oakland,
Calif, is vieitiiig her mother Mr*.
She alia» expect.) to
sHiy and keep house for her
brother T. K. Andrews while!
Mrs. Andrews goes to Portland !
lo visit her t on John.
2nd, Twenty-four (24) different brands o f Soaps from 10
bars for 25c to 10c a bar
3rd, W e have in stock 1,930 pairs o f shoes with still more
Mr. and Mrs W. H. Wilbur!
disappointed a large number of
young folks when they didn’ t
return on the motor either Wed
nesday or Thursday.
to sell 1,200 pair this fall and winter and
will make prices that will move them
Mr. Wm. Green went to Crab
tree to visit friends and relati-j
ves this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hidgon leeeived
a warm welcome last night.
They also had to lead the crowd
down town and set up the treats. ,
EGGS 32 CENTS PER DOZEN
The B. B. B. Club met at Mrs.
W. W. Masons.
Ä. W. S6HRÜNK
The Birthday Club met at the
home o f Mrs. Lee Berry.
R. S. Shaw was in town o n ;
business this week.
Mrs. Tom Butler of Albany, is
viiiting friends and relatives
here while her husband is super
intending the building o f the Q«
Mr. Burcroff was in Portland
this week on business.
The Hammond Lumber Com
pany intends to install an ice
plant for their own use.
The Misses Nellie and Mablej
Albee and parents are living here !
for the winter.
Miss Nellie Albee is teaching
in Mill City.
C w M Ilirilun
Honor to t*a idaadsts, wheth
er philosophers or poet». They
have Improved ue by mingling
with our daily pureuite great
and tranecandant conception*.
They have thrown around our
eeneual life th* grandeur of a
batter and drawn ue up from
contact with the temporal and
th# talfieh to communion with
beauty and truth and goodnaas.
Pa Ha* a Daughter.
W illie—Pa. tvliat comes niter a mil
Miss Mable Albee is principal I lion? Mr. Hoxlelgb—The fortune
er, my »on.—Boston Transcript
of the Gates School.
Look» That Way.
Miss Sherwood returned th is; "I put my foot right down on the
w'eek to take up her work as whole business.”
"You V-toed It. oil?”
high school teacher under Prof.
Peronne, the Important railway Junc
Mr. J. R. Shaw
Mr. uiid Mrs. O. L. Hall were
tion lu France, has a very long history
and was once the seat o f n celebrated
monastery founded by the Irish monk
Si. Fursy In the seventh century.
Charles the Bold of Burgundy cap
tured the town In 14155, nnd when
Eon Is XI. of France came thither to
treat with him he Imprisoned that
monarch for two days In the castle and
forced him lo sign so disadvantageous
an agreement that the tamo Jays nnd
magpies, we are told, were taught to
er.v "Peronne” and “ Perette" In deri
sion o f the king's weakness. The crafty
Louis, however, bided bis time nnd re
took Peronne In 1477.—Westminster
The Hr publican party Itu* »elected
e standard bearer whore utterance» Albany visitors last week.
from day to day Justify the people
The Hammond Lumber com
who chose him. Not only docs ho
bring before the country the short pany sent their small engine to
coming» of the Administration that Detroit to do their switching.
or.e* It* existence to a divided Be-
Mrs. Beard o f Albany, is visit
puhllcnulani. but bis criticism Is every
ing Mr. and Mrs. O. I). Me Lane.
i' • tell* uh.it must be done and will
lie done by tho party he represents to
I lev out wnstefulnes* nnd extravagance
1 i |!i.< governmental expenditure* nnd
I i pnt n step to the vacillating [xvllcy
Fore» of Habit.
Ihnt 1m* caused other nations to !)•-
"I wasn't always like this, Indy."
llev e tlmt the Pulled State* hna no In
B. L. Steves and family of said the wayfarer at the back door.
tention of backing up It* demnnd»
"They was a lime when 1 Imd every
made lu the Interest* o f Justice and Salem spent the week end at
thing money can buy."
the J. T. Hunt home.
"You poor man! IIow did you come
Mon vulnerable o f nil points In the
Miss Mary Dunigan of Hazel- to this?"
Democratic a m o r 1» It* foreign policy.
" I ll tell you, lady. My w ife used to
Primarily this Is because of the »poll» green, visited friends here sever
system by which men trained In the
keep me on the. go nil the time. One
al days this weak.
oo-i minr nnd
week II would be Newport nnd the next
through long years, have been displac
Miss Laura Rand and parents week. It would be Palm Beach or the
ed to make room for politicians and
Adirondack« or else Europe, nceordlu’
friends of politicians, whose sole claim of Portladd, called at the E. C.
to where the society folks linp|>eued to
to preferment was tlielr services to th» Dow ning hone Sunday afternoon.
lie golu'. We «pent all our money that
Miss Rund is our teacher for the j way, and when it was all gone I was so
“ Tf 1 am elected president, of tho
use.I to travcin1 that I Just naturally
I ’ nlted States,” said Mr. Hughes last coming year. *
couldn't stop, so I took to trnmpln’.” —
night. “ I propose flint every man I
Mrs. 1». M. White o f Salem, is; St. Bouts Post-Dispatch.
pvt lu charge of an lni|»ortnnt depart
ment h I iii It be n man eminently fit to visiting relatives and
Superstition» of Japan.
discharge the duties of thnt depart hops at T. J. Hills yard.
In Japan the nursery 1» still protect
ed from the Inroads of measles and
Peter Barkmeyer is helping E. oilier Infectious by means of an ln-
The denuding o f tho diplomatic serv
ice of men of experience In onler to C. Downing haul straw this week. icrlptlon over the nursery door stating
supply political Jobs, as has been done
Perry Darby and family were with exquisite urbanity, "Tills ehild Is
by Mr. Wilson, or with Ills consent,
not at home." In the Wellcome Histor
Mr. Hughe* denounces ns ” n capital Stayton callers Monday.
ic« Medical museum, says the I.oudon
offense—trading In the good name of
the Pnltod States and dnmndng Its
Adam Burns, J. T. Hunt and Lancet, are shown "Japanese charm«,
honor.” "Nobody.” lie adds, "lias n
v ise were Salem callers Tuesday. amulets, votive offerings and objects
of medical Interest." among which
right to pay political debts with tho
these nursery notices occupy nn Im
•rood tintni* and honor o f the Pnltod
Akin to those notices
are the charms embodied as toys. A
W hirl# Is clenr proof that Mr.
An Eiurllsli adontisi is o f tlic opln yellow tiger with a wagging bend Is
Hughes Inn not been unmindful o f tho
Imi flint lf the* radinni burled In ilio in
high principles of government which
now said to he a toy, hut anciently It
terlor o f tlio enrth Is eqiinl In i|'inntlty
was a form of exon Ism against pslsy
mnst be maintained In order thnt this
republic »hall maintain Its place ns n t<> flint In tln> siirfui e rock» ibi* worlil and numbness of tho limbs.
shining example to all nations.
Rock P oin t
Come and see me for shoes as we expect
U i ¿3».
That which w h s known o s Corinthian
brass h »aid t*> have been n mixture of
gold, sliver nnd brass. There is a
legend to the effect that when Mum
mlus destroyed the city of Corinth by
fire the conflagration melted all met
als. wbleb ran down the streets, and
the three mentioned above ran togeth
er and formed !be alloy named.
W e Consider the Florence Blue Flame Oil Stove to be
the Best On T h e Market.
Let us show you.
T h ey
Are Perfect Cookers and Bakers.
WELCOME TO TEACHERS
The reception to the new teachers
and stutents of the high school to
morrow night at the Methodist Episco
pal church by the Epworth League of
that organization promises to be a
papular affair and'one of the prominent
social events o f the season, according
to those who are back o f the arrange
ment to extend the welcome.
Ringo will be one o f the singers to give
a solo, and Mrs. Mayo has consented
also to render a vocal number, so it is
seen at a glance that artists o f no
maen ability will grace the occasion with
t h e i r musical contributions.
June Kearns and Prof. Clyde Hoffer
are on the program to give readings,
and these excellent features with the
games proposed, to say nothing of the
’ •eats” , will no doubt constitute a tine
program and give a delightful evening.
Buy your W all Paper now before housecleaning time.
W e carry an immense line.
Are Cheaper than Linoleum and wear like iron on the !!
Dining Room and Kitchen floor
Green Trading Stamps & K Green Trading S ta m p s # ? #
With all Cash Purchases
Lilly Hardware Co.
A UNIQUE RECORD
Very Few Like It In Oil. Broed
Grateful testimony for Doan's Kid
ney Pills, published everywhere is of
itself convincing evidence o f merit.
Confirmed testimony forms still strong
Years ago, a citizen of
this locality gratefully acknowledged
the benefit derived from Doan’s Kid
ney Pills. The statement is now con
firmed—t h e proof more convincing.
Cases o f .this kind are plentiful in the
work o f Doan’s Kidney Pills—t h e
record is unique.
P. W. Brown, retired farmer. 1499
State St., Salem, Ore., sava: "Hard
work weakened my kidneys and I often
felt the effect in lameness and soreness
across the small o f my back.
tny attention was called to Doan’s Kid
ney Tills and I used some.
Ih e back
ache and soreness left me.” (State
ment given January 31, 1906).
S T IL L U^ES DOAN'S.
On April 11, 1916, Mr. Crown said:
“ I »till consider Doan’s Kidney Pills a
medicine of merit and they always do
good work whenever I take them.”
“ WEINHARD’S GOLDEN NECTAR”
“ WEINHARD’S AMBER NECTAR”
"The Drink that Satisfies and does not Intoxicate”
ICE COLD AND ALWAYS ON TAP IN KEGS AND BOTTLES AT
The “ Pastime Billiard and Cigar Store
Bend—M. J. Scanlon of the Brooks-
Scanlon Lumber Co. here predicts that
the five years following the close of
the European war will be the best the
Oregon Lumber business h a s ever
According to recent statistics Oregon
Brass Works do $225,000 business with
Albany—Linn-Benton Growers Ass’ n.
cannery at Brownsville has more orders
Price 50c, a t all dealer's.
that in can fill.
simply ask for a kidney remedy —get
Marshfield—First car o f Coos Bay
Doan’s Kidney Pills— the same that
shipped over t h e rew railroad
Mr. Brown has twice publicly red m-
mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., went to Harrisburg.
Multnomah county’ s taxable valua
alo, N. Y.
tion for 1916 will show a decrease of
Bend Payrolls here r.ow amount to $20,010,CC0 from 1915 and $38,000,000
from 1913 being just slightly above
$100,000 a month.
what it was in 1910,
Keeps o\it all the wet
ore Marked thus —
A 1. TOWER CO.