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Why Work all Day Sunday
SOME S U R E J T H IN Q S .
When you can gut » 11 no chicken Da Net »at Upon Y ear Ability to P e r
form T h*** Faato.
dinner *t the Madeira restaurautfur
be avoided by thoae who
25c, or 50c, and nothing to do but
they can ao all Hung*
oat and enjoy being alive? Try it. are those relating
to athletic feat*.
Entered •• imtiNl cla« mall at th* poctofflcv
at Palla City. Polk County. Ortgo«, uml*r th*
a good runnar
A<*t of O u|r«M of M«tvh S, 18TS.
F alls C ity , P olk C ounty . O regon
Carpet and Rug Weaving
could eaaily give a atari of fifty
Ttltghoers News OfTkt, S3( tnMcact. ill
Does a General Hanking Business. Interest Paid on Time Alsohair switches made from Comb yards in a hundred to a man who
doing the fifty yards by hop
C. M. Olts has gone to Central
Exchange sold on all points in the United States. ings. Phone 314. Mrs.C. K. Gibson. was
60 esnta; throe months. 26 cents; si nek» copy. 6 eta. Oregon, for a few days.
on one leg. But few runners,
Notary Public officially connected with the Hank.
can afford to give that amount
A blue-pencil mark on the first pace of The News
Be sure to get your name in the
means that your subscription is due.
of start to any man who ia at all
strong on his legs. For the first
The Near« is rep:^**nted for foreign advertising by book—the registration hook—be
fore April 30.
T it« A m t r i c a n P r e s s A s s o c i a t i o n
I Lots 1.2, 3. 4, 13, 14, block K. five yards or so they go at prao-
General offices. New York and Chicago.
the same pace, so that to run
Stevens, Brown & Stevens are
'2 Two fine building lots iu Mock ticalty
yards while hia opponent
Advertising Kates: Display. 10 cents an inch preparing to put up a building at
G, East View add.
H um tie** Notices. > cents a line For Sale. Reut,
forty-five he has to go
Kxchange. Want and Pay E ntertainm ent No the northwest corner of Bridge
A nuotine« m enu by ohr IM a I m ol «tty mid «II pmtlt** will b* pub
as fast, and it ia a
tice*. 5 cts a line. 10 eta a line for three i«ue*
1 latu'vl In Ibv tt column» *t lb« uniform price of 6c « line per iMue.
weak man indeed who cannot hop
Ellis street. Property for sale.
Card of Thanks 60 c ts . 1 egal Notices, legal rates and South Main streets, to be
in ten seconds.
Copy for new ads. and changes should be sent used as an office for their electric
4 For Sale. ‘2 good lots, on Pine fifty An yards
ordinary wooden match is eas
to The News not later than Wednesday.
street ill block K, cultivated.
ily broken in the fingers; but, al
The school house must eventu
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLS CITY
though there are many who will bet
f o r s h e r if f
F K. Hubbard. Mayor.
can do it, none succeed in ac
to announce my candidacy
T I). Hollo well. Councilm an at-Large
complishing the teek if the match
collective activities of the young for I wish
W. T t»r‘er.
didate for the office of County Treas at 8%.
H U. Brown,
people. A building for school and Sheriff of Polk county, Oregon, sub urer of l’olk County, Oregon, at the 6 Two lots, O r. house; fruit, ber ia laid across the nail of the middle
of either hand and pressed
public use is needed, and now is a ject to the will of the voters at the primary election. May 16,1914, on the ries, city water, electric light; cl me finger
the first end third fingers
C. L. Hopkius.
good time to begin to plan for it. primary election, to bo held May 15, Democratic ticket. J E. RICHTER. in, bargain.
of that hand, despite its seeming oo
A E Meyer
0 . C. Gardner states that active 1914. Respectfully yours,
C. W lee. Auditor and Police Judge
7 For sale, One acre, adjoining city easy No at one first can sight.
\V. P. lew is. Marshal and Water Supi.
J o h n W. O k r .
crush an egg placed
M. L Thompson. Treasurer
(P tld edvertiienuntl
J. Sammons. Engineer
Dr M. H eil*arth. Health Officer
18, 19. He advises that exhibits
FOB CIRCUIT JUDGE
1 hsC ouncil meets in regular sesaiou on the first of grains, grasses, fruits, etc., be
l am a candidate for the Republican Surveyor of Polk county, t have been 8 For sale—10 acres, partially im
Monday evening of each m onth.at 7 30 o’clock
selected with greater care than nomination to the office of Circuit engaged in surveying and civil en proved, house, timber; spring and It is safo to bet a man that he
In the office of the Falls City News
usual, so as to give Polk county Judge of this distant. If nominated gineering for 14 years; have been a living stream; near western city cannot get out of a chair without
S aturday . A pril )8. 1914
bending his body forward or putting
the best possible showing at San and elected, 1 shall ever keep in mind resident of Polk county for eight limits; price, $1300, cash.
his feet under it if he is sitting on
For salp, one acre, cultivated, it,
In the March spelling contest, Francisco early next year. Mr. mate end in view. All I ask is an op lem. Falls City & Western Ry. for 9 Iruit,
not at the edge of it.
berries; 6-r. bouse insured Another
the Falls City fourth and seventh Gardner would also call attention portunity to ‘‘make good.’’
certain wager is
six years; at I he present time 1 have for $1400; elec, light, city water, that a man equally
cannot stand at the side
grades won third place on 98.7 0 to the value of mohair in the dec (Pell edrertiaenieut) HARRY H. BKI.T an office in the Dallas national hank cesspool;
ice $1050; all cash, or of a room with both of his feet
and 99.7 ; fifth grade won second oration of exhibits.
building, and am prepared to do farm $700 cash, pi terms
touching the wainscoting length
place on 99.2 o. Black Rock fourth New Electric Plant Ready to Start
surveying and general civil engineer
lOFor sale, 7 lots (all of block A) It is safe to bet any man, save one
1 hereby announce my candidacy as ing work of any character.
grade won second place on 99.6 -.
Montgomery's addition to Falls who is blind, that he cannot stand
Oakdale 6th grade won first place The new electric power and
; good garden ground, fenced ; for five minutes without moving if
on 100 . Oakhurst 6th grade won lighting plant built by J. C. Rob the decision of the primary election in
price $1100 if bought he is blindfolded.
third place on 99.1 . The super ertson, on his place five miles May.
intendent states that “ The spell south of Falls City, is ready for [PmM advertisement]
On* Railw ay Lina Is Straight.
Black Rock. I hereby announce myself as a can II For sale, tine home in city, with Autocratic
ing work is doing better each test operation. Mr. Robertson is mak
power is well illustrat
didate for the office of Sheriff of Polk
ed by the etory of the building of
and all doing good work. There ing arrangem ents to have a pub
County. Oregon, at the primary elec 25 acres, 10 cultivated.
railroad connecting St. Peters
were 1759 pupils in the county lic celebration, picnic, and ‘turn 1 hereby announce myself as a can tion May 15. 1914, on the Democratic 12For sale, lots 7, 8,14, ‘28 block K, the
and Moscow Two Americans
from the third to the sixth grade ing on the light,’ on May 1. The didate for County Surveyor of Polk ticket. If nominated and elected. 1 and lots 11 and 12 block E. Will burg
to lay out and build
w riting in the last test, and 1001 pupils of Ronco, Pedee, and other county, subject the decision of the will enforce the law and perform all trade for Portland property.
Republicans at the primary election the duties of Sheriff to the best of 13For sale, lot 2 block M, M. ad. ready they were the laia plans
pupils made 100
schools, and the public generally on
C. R. C anfield . my ability.
W . J . W h it e ,
Mr. Selig, in his ad. last week, are invited to attend the doings. (Paid
(better known as Bill) Dallas, Or. 14 For sale, 80 a. 1 j mi. north of city that the line deviated in some
struck the keynote of business The plant is built under an 80-
(Paid advertisem ent.)
20 a. improved; 25 a. good timber; places to avoid difficulties and in
sense and justice when he said: foot head of water, and has a ca FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE
others to tap certain important
plenty of pasture and water.
After consulting with many of the
pacity of 20-horse power.
“ We ask your patronage
and towns, he shook hie head
The w ater for power comes voters of Lincoln and Polk counties, 1 hereby announce myself as a can
on .the basis of reliable
and said it wouldn’t do; that he
I have consented to announce myself didate for the office of Sheriff of Polk 16Two acres, cultivated, fruit, ber wanted no such twisting railway
goods and just prices. If
from mountain streams that have as
a Republican candidate for Joint county, Oregon, upon the Democratic ries; 6-r. house, sheds; water, elec lines in hia dominions. Taking e
you will not trade with us
heretofore been considered too Representative
in the Legislature for ticket, subject to the will of the vot tric light; will divide.
ruler and pen, he drew a straight
insignificant to be given names. the counties of Lincoln
—trade with our fellew
between the two cities.
at the primary election, and if ITTliree acres, adjoining city.
The new works will be used to most respectfully solicit the support ers
town merchants — but
‘There,” he said. "A straight
operate a cream separator, feed of the voters of the two counties at best of my ability, enforce the laws 18Five acres, in city.
in justice to yourself, in
line is the shortest distance between
and meal grinders, and other pur the primary election. May 15, 1914. on our statute hooks without fear or 19Six lots, no improvements; cheap two points. Make your road follow
justice to your town—
Do Not Send Your Money Away." poses requiring power, besides (Paid advertlwmenl.] S. G. IRVIN. favor, and especially the laws regu F. K. Hubbard Realty Company this Thus
it comes that there is on*
lating the sale of intoxicating liquors, In T h* N tw i office, F all* Cl|y railroad almost or quits as direct
Falls City has a pure w ater sup
in reality as it appears on the map.
ply, and it is only a m atter of time barns and highways of the neigh To Republican Voters of Polk County. Oregon: and I will practice the utmost econ
“Cunous Bits of History."
when an adequate sewerage sys borhood.
At the solicitation of numerous res
There seems to he no good reason
J . H. S a v e r y .
tem will be absolutely necessary. Mr. Robertson’s place is on the idents of Polk County, I have become ty’s
Apply It to Y eu r Life.
why Falls City should not he the
The present practice of using old Pedee road, and is not now access a candidate for the nomination for (Paid advertisem ent.)
ever watched tha ex
starting |>oint for one or two rural ceedingly you
wells for cesspools is not only in ible by auto, but could soon be County Clerk on the Republican ticket
delicate and yet firm pres
adequate and unsanitary, but also made passable by the use of a at the primary election to be held May I hereby announce myself for the mail to be carted Trim Dallas to the sure of the hand of a skillful tuner?
will make the string produce e
tends to corrupt what would oth road drag. His new enterprise 15,1914. Any sup(>ort you may choose Democratic nomination for Sheriff of east line of Falls City, and the joke He
true note, vibrating in ab
Polk County. Oregon, subject to the is on us for allowing ttiis condition solute accord
erwise be good wells th at happen
with his own never
to be on the same underground
fork. The prac
Mr. Robertson has shown what
elected I will, to the best of my abil
ticed hand is at one with the ac
ity, enforce the laws. I will especially
can be done by an intelligent, de
curate car, and the pressure ia
The Salem M essenger says that termined
Berean Class Meeting
brought to hear with most delicate
West is to be a candidate for gov that would seem unsurmountable On Monday evening, April 13, of intoxicating liquors.
adjustment to the resistance. The
ernor if Smith is defeated at the by the average human.
the Berean Class of the Christian (Paid advertisem ent) J. F. Morrison,
tension is never exceeded, he never
C h r is t ia n
primary. The News said, on Feb
church held their business and
Perrydale, Oregon. Sunday: 10 a m, . Bible School breaks a string, but he patientlv
the note again and again till
ruary 14, th at ‘The belief is now-,
social meeting, in the basement
11 a.m, Communion and Preaching strikes
tho tone is true and the ear is satis
among the knowing ones, that if Tom Hood cast epigrams at him of the church. Nearly 50 people
p.m .,. . Chiistian Endeavor fied, and then the muscles relax and
Smith is not nominated by the self in the face of death. His wife were present, ar.d a temperance I respectfully announce my candi 6:30
p.m. Preachitig(good pinging) the pressuse ceases.
Democrats, there will be a loud ter to apply to his shrunken chest. program was rendered. The class dacy for the Democratic nomination Wednes.
7:30 p m. Prayer Meeting
H s Bsliava* In Dreams.
call for the present governor to “My dear,” said Hood, “that’s a ter will engage in a contest for new for the office of County Commissioner Friday, 7:30
p.m. Choir Practice Never bo vindictive, even in your
become a candidate. ’
rible lot of mustard for a small members for the Bible class. At tion to be held on May 15, 1914.
You are invited to all these serv- sleep.
Be sure to read the announce piece of beef.”
the close of three months the los Paid adveitlsem ant) GEORGE CLANK!ELD ices.
Lee Sadler, Pastor. Mr. Miggs, a well known citizen
Raleigh expressed him ing side is to provide a banquet
m ents of the candidates in The self Sir in Walter
of the north end, waa chased by a
mood after he for the winners. Refreshments
ree M ethodist
News. They are all good men, and mounted a the similar
bull in his dreams the other night.
Feeling the were served by Mrs. Chamber-
Notice of Appointment
Across the pasture dashed Miggs,
have shown their good sense by edge of the ax, scaffold.
he said to the exe
bull gaining at every jump.
asking the support of Falls City cutioner, “This is a sharp medicine, lain. Mrs. Munson, Mrs. Olts.
Notice 1» hereby given that the undersigned,
Miggp reached tho
voters inthecolum nsof this news but it is a cure for all diseases.”
safe astride tho
m inistrator of the estate of ThornAH D. Brown,
To Organize Grange
paper. We are proud of the list, Charles Knight suggested that
deceased, by the County Court of Polk county, Evening sermon . . 7:80 p.m top, turned and kinked the bull in
“Good Knight” would be sufficient There will be a meeting at the Oregon, and he has duly qualified as such Ad Prayer meeting Thurs , 7:30 p.m. tho nose, breaking one of his toos
because they all came to The News for
his memorial tablet.
R. E. Nichols, Pastor. on the wall beside the bed.
w ithout solicitation on our part.
Bridgeport school house Tuesday Therefore, all persons having claim s sgainst
He is out on crutches this weak.
April 21, for the purpose of or present the same duly verified to the under
Every Bird a W eathercock.
i~"‘Civic Pride and Righteousness
M kthodibt E piscopal
are Godlike attributes. Commu sailor, “Why, look at the birds. ganizing a grange. All who are Wlll&mlna, Oregon, w ithin six m onths from the Sunday School, . . 10:00 a.m.
A Sm all Boy's Reasoning.
nity Public spirit is an exalted They’ll tell you. Don’t you know interested, please be present at first publication of this notice In the Falls City Morning Worship . . 11:00 a.m.
boy had been warned
virtue in a Free P e o p l e . ,’— that every bird’s a weathercock? 2 p.m.
Epworth League, . . . 6:80 p.m. by his small
Dated this 7th day of March, A D. 1)14.
as to the awful re
C.i S7 Jackson, Editor Portland Stop moistenin’ a finger and hold- Notice to Electric Light Users
H enry C. B rown . Preaching Service . .7:30 p.m. sults of biting his nails.
in’ it up,” lie went on in a tone of All perpoiis owing the Falls City Attorneys for said c«UU.
“If you bite your nails," she said,
of said estate. Ladies’ Aid Society, Wed. afteru’n
“The practice ain't hardly
will swell out like an air bal
ftT h e Polk County School Teach disgust.
Look at the birds is all Electric Light Co. for service prior
ers Club m et in Monmouth, Sat cleanly.
Prayer Meeting, Wednes. 8:00 p.m: The small boy believed, took hood
you got to do, for every bird sets April 1, 1914, will please pay
Notice of Appointment
urday night of last week. Twelve with its head always straight at the to
Milton A. Marcy, Pastor. and didn’t bite his nails. Later,
amount to C. W. Lee at The Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned.
were present. The next meeting wind. Every live bird in a tree is the
when at a children’s party, he stood
W. E. N e w s o m . Henry C. Brown, has been duly appointed as Ad
as reliable a weathercock as them News office.
will be held at Dallas, May 2.
and gazed at the corpulent bos teas
m lnlstrator of the estate of Amy J Brown.de
Preaching services in Toller hall for some minutes in silence. Tbon
ceased, by the County Court of Polk county,
The only argum ent against the dead birds on the spires.”
The Domo Cream Separator
Oregon, And he has duly qualified as such Ad at 3.80 p.m., third Sunday of each he spoke.
re-election of Congressman Haw
"You bite your nails," ho said.—
Therefore, all persons having claim s against month, by Rev. Grosse, of Salem.
ley, if it may be called an argu The Hawaiian girls are almost 300 “
universally handsome. They are
ment. is that he it not a Democrat. brown
present the same duly verified to the un der
S eventh D ay A dvent
in color (not black); their Other sizes, $25 up. Every one signed,
Henry C. Brown, at hla residence at
H is Application d t the Lessen.
(M e m b e rso f the m anufacturers eves and
W illamina, Oregon w ithin six m onths from the Sahhafh school Satuiday 10:00 a.m.
teeth are magnificent; guaranteed. Guy Bros., Dallas, Or. first
Willie," sad the Sunday
publication of this notice In the Falls city Preaching service “
association are not agreed on the their hair straight, jet black and of
11:00 a.m. school teacher
in a pained votoe,
m atter of accepting the compen ten falling below their knees. Their
Dated this 7th day of March. A.D. 1914
Call for Warrants
heads are handsomely formed and
H enry C. B rown ,
Nolle* 1» hereby gl ren. th*t *11 School Dlutrtct McCain, Vinton A Burdett
A dm inistrator
are struck on
57 warrant» that have bean presented for Attorneys for said estate.
M. A. Simpson, editor of the and amiable; their forms in youth No.
of said estate.
payment end endorser! 'n o t paid lor want ol
to turn tha
Bandon Surf, is a candidate for voluptuous, but heavy and overstout lands,” will be paid upon presentation at my
No interest will be allowed after the date
representative in the legislature. after youth; their features full and office.
'Tea* m,” agreed Willie, “but ha
of this notice on w arrants bearing the above making streets, why not take a regularly, hereafter, on the first
and upper lip slightly tilted; endorsement.
nvj on Lhe nose, and I’va only
Red alder wood is said to be nose
and third Sunday of each month. «ot y ne.”—Ladies' Home JournaL
J. C. Tai.aoTT, Clerk. chance on wood blocks?
excellent m aterial fo r clothespins. their voice* extremely sweet.
Falls City News
R. E. W il l ia m s , M. L. T h o m ps o n , W. F. N ichols , A. J.V iuk .
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
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