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THE FALLS CITY NEWS. JI NK SO, D'lf.
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A t of tVngraaa of M«rvh S. lS7t
News Office, S3.
F. M. HELLWARTH
PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON
Office one door east of I*. O.
«"îSaîiï Phone Stili
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
That we pay top prices for BUTTER
F a lla C i t y , O r e g o n
o # « e Brat liuu.r wail uf lloapltal
O rriC IA L DIRECTORY OF TALL» CITY
I. 0 . Singleton.
C L Hopkins.
R. A. Titus.
C E McPherreu. Auditor and Police Judge
Walter L. Toose Jr.. City Attorney
Pat Murphy. Marshal and Water Supt.
M. L Thompson. Treasurer
Dr. F. M. Hellwarth. Health Offlcer.
1 lie Council meets in regular session on the first
and third Tuesday nights o f each month, at 7 30
o'clock . In the office o f the Falls City News.
S a t u r d a y . J i nk
If the members of the water
board should happen to meander
down north Main street some
balmy day and listen to the songs
of the bullfrogs and the gurgling
of the water in the gutters as it
hurries to the Luckiamute, they
would get an inkling as to some of
the causes of scarcity of water.
The old wooden mains crack open
on a hot day like a niggers heel
and the water oozes out like an
oasis in the desert.
The decision of the Supreme
Court of the United States holding
that the Oklahoma “ grandfather”
amendment was a violation of the
15th Amendment to the Constitu
tion of the United States was a
severe jolt to Democracy. Like
many other Southern States, Okla
homa was Democratic only by
virtue of the “ grandfather clause’
and manipulating the count. No
one knew better than the Demo
crats that the law was unjust and
could not stand before an honest
court, yet they held on with a
tenacity of purpose worthy of a
better cause. That Oklahoma is
to be purified and rid of incompe
tent and dishonest officials by the
“ nigger” vote will be particularly
ga'ling to some of the ‘ ‘ befo’ de
E. KIRttIGESSNER, M. U.
Copy for new ads and changes should be sent
to The News not later thsu Wednesday.
H J. Oriffln. Mayor.
R SI. W ouderly. Councilinsn-at Large
H. C Brown.
I'll VSlt'l AN
Subscription Rsiss Onsysnr. H OC; six months.
SO esnts. thrss months. 26 c e n t s . ■ln*ls copjr. S t ts
A d rsrllitu f Rstss Display. IS cen tssn inch:
B unices Notices, s cents e line For Sale. Rent.
Ktchange. Went end Fey Entertainment No
nets. Scte s lln e . C en tolT h an k s U M i I r i s
Notices, legal rates.
Fall. < lit,
BEST SERVICE GUARANTEED
S a m p la R o o m s
B oa t A o s a m m a S a tlo n s
F. O roasa
P r o p r ie to r
Falls City Lumber
WE CLOSE AT 6:30 0 CLOCK P M . EXCEPT SATURDAY.
Suggestions for S u m m e r
W h e re T o Go
r i A N O Tl' NKH
T i l l a m o o k S e a s h o r e R es or ts
Wonderful scenery, dense
forests, e n t i c i n g trout
streams, miles and miles
o f glorious sandy beach.
F.very charm for an out
vacation. Surf bath
ing. fishing, boating and
pleasant social recreations
Has returned to Kalis City and will
tune your piano. Call Phone 434
at K. Paul’ s residence.
Speoial Low Round Trip Fares
Special I, ound Trip Fares
from all points with long
limit. Daily and week
Ask (or further particulars and copy of booklet
"Seashore Tillamook County."
LEE PERIN, Piano Tuner
A Oolightful Seaside Retreet
Sfn.nii n ' i » k E n d -B u n d er
I'HUNI U 1
Daily Train tv rv ice and spec
ial Sunday Excursions.
Ask ncaroet agont for c spy of booklot on Newport
S u m m e r E x c u rs io n s East
Round trip tickets to East
ern destinations via Cali
fornia with stop-overs in
either direction to visit the
Expositions on sale daily
from all points
Full information from nearest agent
You can stop-over at Shasta Springs
C aliforn ia’ s Expositions
A World’ s M a r v e l. Every
thing com plet*' The great
est event of the Century
Special Low Fiourtd Trip Faroe Daily
Splendid train .service, at
tentive em ploy aw , delight
ful scenery. A s k for b o o k
let “ California and Its Two
World E x p o s i t i o n s "
“ Wayside N o te s -S hasta Route.
W . M a tth e w s , P r o p r ie to r
What’s It To You
Our Agents will be glad to furnish full particulars in rega rd to any of theabo >« outings and make
“ The rural sociology class of
reservation, outline your trip or give you interesting l;,ter ature on the various jjSaces vou can \ isi
the Normal is taking a bath tub
census of the State for the pur
pose of ascertaining the “ social
condition.” Freak ideas and ac
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
tions like this is the cause of the
much criticism of our public
schools and colleges. — Independ-
—— — —
Beware o f Ointments fo r
own product. Here is how they
List of Letters
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
Does the Monitor forget that did it and you may try your hand
Remaining uncalled I or in this;
m„rcUTV W|1I ^ „ l y d destroy
estr oy the
we are living in an age of pro- at this piece of chemical agricul- office for tilt! week eliding June! of »melt snd completely deran^ethj»
CM AM. M IX , 1» mm » nsarron
I evkoia .u.«am « h e n entering u inrou^n
gress? \ \ hile we, old fogies, can’t ture. Dissolve a teaspoonful of
S r E a w s : a a r s « g B
see the point, it is doubt'ess very sugar of lead in a pijit of water
L a d ie s .
they w ill d o la ten fold to the «o o d you
(¿■dines, Mrs. Archie
necessary for the students to know and put the solution in a tumbler,
|can rxisslbty d e riv e f r « B J h f l B .
H all s
if the general public use porcelain Suspend, by means of a piece of
G e n tlem en .
T h r n /v A C *
T oT edo^O
00 ^ . 1 ^ . n o
mere u ry ,*an d ia t a k e n ’ I n t r r ^ l l y a 'tln F
Allen, R. W.
lined bath tubs, common wash thread, a strip of clean zinc so
dire« tly upon the b lood * ndhl? X i r H alTs
fa c e » o f the
In h 'ly ln a H an »
tubs or bathe in the creek. We that the zinc will stand midway in
Jones, E. C.
C ( atarrh T o r e I be
should all be willing to make such the vessel. After a few days a
These letter* will isi »<|;t l" lb« V ns
o. b y F . J. C h en ey A Co. T es-
" olerlo, Ohio.
o niais free.
sacrifices in the interest of socio- beautiful crystalline formation dead Utter office Ju|» 3,
8«.ld hy D r u « r is t». P r ic e 18c p er bottlo.
logy. Why not take the census of will appear sprouting from the if not delivered before
In ■'* 11 B T oka Holl a Family r u le for aonstlpotloo.
other household untensils and bed zinc. Sugar of lead is poisonous, for the above, pints«- , H„y “ At Iver-
A. Dodd t lilted his son Percy al
room paraphernalia. Think of the and should be handled with care, tiseil,” giving date <„f |iH,
pleasure it will afford the average Throw the glass away, after using
I ra C. M EHHL1.NO, P - k '*
house wife to have some Normal it, or wash it thoroughly. The
Mr» Martin of Black R>ck was
student prying into their private zinc may be obtained by cutting
a visitor here Thursday.
U bile b’ jrr ,jllR alashings nt ( Janjp
affairs. It will stimulate the stu- off a strip of a worn-out dry hat-
Mrs Harry Starr was a passen
dents nerve and at the same tery case, about one-half inch ^
^ re g it from ui der co itrol
ger to Dallas Wednesday
time help to reduce the surplus in wide and three inches long.—The •I“ * ^ (ot into the timber. The Ifg-
Mrs. Maude Hall and children
the school fund._________
g engine took :t crew up tti flh«
Ice Cream Soda
' amp Wednesday and after a ha.rd were Dallas visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Hatch and children wh
1 fight got the fire under control.
C. L. Hopkins has been working
The ancient alchemists discov- have been visiting her mot'
Good house fur sale in Falls
Black Rocfc getting out the
Mrs. Sibley and daughter of
ered how to grow a “ tree” in a I Mrs. Cobb lias returned t
City, part’ time. Enquire at News
her Dallas spent Wednesday in
tumbler which rivaled nature’s 'koine in Willamina
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