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THE TALLS CITY NEWS. MARCH 27, 1»15
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F D respe. Proprietor
Falls City Lumber
Bohle’s Barber Shops
F a l l . City, Oregon
Whrrt yea can get « Shisr. Heir Cui. Seih
Striti 1 er Dallai Siram I sundry
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Hundías fu, va,dad 1 usada) evening
G. L. H A W K I N S
M ARBLE AND G RA N ITE
Men ere April when they woo: December
when they wed " Shakespeare
FUNK RAL DIRECTOR
R. L C H A P M A N
We stlsad le ell work grumpily.
Dallas ssd Fell* Cit f . O r
In a prosperous rural commu
nity the village doctor was also
superintendent of the Sunday
school. Incidentally he taught a
class of small boys.
“ Willie” impressively remark
ed the doctor one Sunday after
noon to a bright-faced youngster,
“can you tell me what we must
do in order to get to heaven?”
“Yes. sir.” was the prompt re
sponse of Willie, “we must die.”
“That is very true. “ said the
doctor, encouragingly, but can't
you tell me what we must do be
fore we die?”
“Yes. sir.” was the startling
rejoinder of Willie; “we must
get sick and send for you.” —
THE WEEK IN HISTORY
Monday, 22.—Stamp act enacted.
1765. Patent for inoculating soil
Tuesday, 23.—Toronado kills 200
in Omaha, 1913. Sheet copper
first made, 1802.
Wednesday, 24. —Rhode Island
purchased from Indians, 1638.
Great Seal of England stolen,
Thursday, 25. —Great flood in
Dayton, 0., 1913.
Friday, 26.—Samoset welcomes
Pilgrims, 1621. Bismark per
manently quits Berlin, 1890.
Saturday, 27.—Scott captures
Vera Cruz, 1847. Great earth
quake Colabria, 1678.
Sunday, 28.—Canada ceded to
France, 1632. Stenography in
r h e u m a t T g
S U F F QUICK
E R RELIEF
Pain leaves almost
as if by magic when
yon begin using "5-
Drops,” the famousold
remedy for Rheuma
tism, Lumbago, Gout,
Sciatica, N euralgia
and kindred troubles.
It goes right to the
spot, stops the aches
and pains and makes
life worth living. Get
iy p lm M H a b o ttle of T> U ro j
today A booklet u ith
LITTLE WILLIE KNEW
™ each bottle gives full
directions for use.
Congressman Robert M Swit-
Don't delay. Demand
er, of Ohio, smiled when the
I "5-Drops " Don t v
I cept anything else in
onversation turned to the bright
place of it Anydrug-
emarks occasionaly made by the
f t n . If yon live too far
store tend One Dollar to
tile folk. He said he was re- from a drug
Rheumatic Cure Co , Newark,
linded of an incident that hap- Swanson
Ohio, and a bottle of “5-Drops" will be
in his home state.
For Good Service
O re go n
» u o ln c e o d n rto
> Our loyalty to our sex compels
us to take issue with Bill. We do
not believe the man lives who is so
fickle as April or so realistic as
December. Of course, both sea
sons and men may have been dif
ferent when William was chin
ning the girls some three hundred
years ago. but his comparison is
wholly out of plumb in these days
of political strife and suffragettes.
Men no longer woo. They are
often wooed—and sued; and.
while these two accomplices some
times burden them with house
hold expenses or alimony, they
rarely become so intimate with
the Mrs., that she could swear as
to their temperamental thermo
So. envying Will the tranquility
of his courtship days and the
many April buds with whom he
seems to have had at least a speak
ing acquaintance, we pass on to
Literally; During April, the sun
is technically said to pass through
Aries and Taurus, but the pre
cession of the equinoxes makes
him. the sun, really traverse por
tions of Pisces and Aries. All of
which intrest us about as much as
will the European war after base
ball gets started good.
* To us, the month of April brings
no sil'y thoughts of love; we turn
a deafened ear upon the cooing of
the dove; the microbe is not work
ing now, and this is why, we
ween; We fell for it some years
ago, and now the house's to clean.
We rip the carpets from the floor
and hang them on the line; at
noon we squat upon the floor and
from the floor we dine. At night
we sleep upon the stove, or in the
cupboard there and dream of ta
bles, chairs and things go danc
ing through the air.
And then, when this is over
and a rest we fain would take, the
Missus introduces us to shovel,
hoe and rake. The garden must
not be delayed another single day,
for all the neighbors have theirs
in—at least that's what they say.
And so, with great humility throu
April we are led, but all the same
it makes us sore to think of what
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OFFICIAL DIRECTOR Y OF FALL« CITT
F K. Hubbetd Mayor.
T. IV Hollow#!!. Councilmen et Large
H C. Brown.
C. L Hopkins.
R. A. Titus.
G. O. Clement Auditor end Police Judge
Welter L. Toose Jr.. City Attorney.
W. P. Lewis. Marshal end Water Supi.
M. L. Thompson. Treasurer
J. J. Sammons. Engineer
Dr F M. Hellwerth. Health Officer.
1 he Council meets in regular seeslonon the Brst
end third Tuesday night* ol each month. *t 7 SO
o'clock. In the office ol the Fells City Newt.
S a tu r d a y . M arch
K e « I it c i ice
Two World Expositions
Reduced fare round trip tickets, permitting
stop-overs at all points in either direction, to
the Panama Pacific International Exposition.
* San Francisco, and to the Panama Calitornia
Exposition. San Diego, on sale every day to
Three Fine Trains Dally
Shasta Limited : San Franclsoo Express : California Express
Stop-overs on One Way Tickets
Ten days’ stop-over will be allowed at San
Francisco and Los Angeles on one way tickets
sold to Eastern Cities when routed via the
“California and It’i Two World Expositions9’.
A new booklet (leacnbiriK tbe trip from Portland to San Diego Including
the two Expositions, the scanlc beautlas of Oregon, the Siskiyou« and
Shasta Mountains, San Francisco, the bench and outing resorts of ('all
forala, the San Joaquin Valley and Yosemite National Park. Eree on
application to nearest Agent
S O U T H E R N P A C IF IC
John M. Scolt, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
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it may concern that bids will be It -eo| pu a X ub
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opened by the County Court of ' poiqq
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day the 8th day of April 1915 at -m u xauvqo
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2 o’clock P. M., for crushing and BoiinDoi
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o io jaieq t puw ‘ssBoeip |cuo |tn i
putting in the bunkers at Falls -llBuoo
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City, Oregon, of 3500 yards of pUB
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CO pDUIOJ I Boot p.oqiiosaia PUB 0«GM|p
rock more or less, according to veux
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i i i • |Bin..u| oq ot p.txoddne I s *
specifications on file in the office «jenA
/V.-J t l t j eqt Itiun p us 'Jiq io io i
||B uetn Xitunoo eqt
of the County Judge. Also for to uottooa *|qi joqyo
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hauling and delivering same on
County road at points to be de FOR SALE—Victor talking ma
signated by the Court.
chine. $10 will buy a Victor t v Ik
Jhe Court reserves the right ing rntichine with 10 records. Can
he seen at News office.
to reject any and all bids.
Mrs. Cltas. Hutton of Puyallup.
By Order of County Court,
who was called here last
J. B. Teal, County Judge. Wash.,
week liv the death of her brother,
Dr. Officer returned home Monday.
Walter L. Tooze, Jr , Lawyer, VV. T. Grier went to Portland
ti. this week.
Buy Your Ice Cream At
5. B. Taylor
Room 10 Nat. Bank Building
Notice to Eletric Light Users
All peraonn owing the Falla City
Electric Light Co. for service prior
to April 1, 1914, will pleaae pay
the amount to D. L. Wood at The