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Saturday March 18, 101(1
THE FALLS CITY HEWS.
When will the mill start? Echo: AN OPEN LETTEN TO TNE
—When will the n.ill start!
VOTERS Of POLK COUNTY
Local Newt Items
WE DO NOT
Fred Chapin is still very poorly.
March 12, 1916.
SU B ST IT U TE
Mrs. Win. Tichenor is still very County with the consent of the
County Board, is looking after the
The Policy of
Thu best show itl tint Guru tonight ill.
school interests of his county,
Thia Store is
Walter L Toon*, Jr., Lawyer, the city Thursday.
which it larger than Polk, without
Du II sh , Oregon.
W E G I V E YOU
Maggie Talbott is visiting supervisor.
Potatoes (or sale. C. L. Coon- in Mrs.
I believe that, if our County Ed
W H A T YO U
ucational Board thought it would |
rad. Phone 166.
J. R. Moyer was on the sick be for the best, that I could do the |
Mrs. Win. Finley is quite sick list Mrs.
work iu our county as well as Mr. |
What we want is not only with tho Ingrippe this week.
Duncan can in Yamhill, and I am
Jitney ltsiliosd Dollar Watchsa, this city Wednesday.
customers, but PLEASED
to try it. I know that 1
best in In« world, guaranteed, at
the very efficient office
Miss Vola Beiig was in Portland
have, visit every school
Kent- 6-loom house and Hatuiday and Tuesday
THOMPSONS acre kor ground.
Mrs. J. C Frink made a trip to Whether it every
best for our
Dallas on Wednesday.
R. E.W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G.W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Otcar Bnelson of Ualeui wan in
the city Tuesday looking alter his
W. I. R kynoll *.
The Drug Btcre will be open on
PAIO POLITICAL NOTICES
Remember Geo. Terrien, tbs meat Sunday from 9 to 11 A M only. WANT THE BOY SCOUT BUILDING
F' alls C ity , P olk C ounty . O regon
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY
man, always trust you sell. Ou Mrs. Esther Montgomery spent The city council are making an
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
1 hereby announce my candi Bower's corner.
to secure the Boy Scout Deposits.
Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
dacy for the republican nomina Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, l ies, a few days in Corva'.is last week. effort
building to be used as a city hall
Public officially connected with the Bank.
tion for the office of District At and other bakery goods, every day Wm. Aldeiman was brought and
library. The Boy
home from the hospital Tuesday. Scout public
torney. If nominated and elected, at the Falls City Bakery.
1 shall enforce all laws as I And Rev. E. 1. Harrington of Port Mrs. Nita Gilbert and daughter donations and it is the intent ot
them without fear or favor, and land is here visiting his mother Barbea went (3 Dallas Friday the council to refund such con
in a just, conscientious manner. I
tributions and take the building
T H E JOKER
will jrive to the County’s affairs and brother.
make the necessary changes
W. P. Lew in ol Dallas was trans
Edited by Falls City High School.
the same careful, conscientious at Rev. Clotchback of Portland is acting
business in Fulls City last to accomodate the city council
tention I would give to the affairs visiting at the Harrington home Saturday.
and the library. The idea is a
of private clients. I respectfully this week.
good one perhaps, although the Bylvia Phillips was in Dallas on Assistant Supt. F. K. Wells vis
solicit your support, and if nom Mrs. Wurtzberger and daughter Mrs. Geiger came from Portland location is not an ideal one for a business Thursday.
ited the High School Tuesday
inated and elected, will devote Muble went to Dallas Monday to be with her sisters, Mrs. Wm. city hall and library. A special Viola Lane is out of school on morning. He delivered a forty
Tichenor, who is quite ill.
my entire time to giving you an afternoon.
minute address on the value of
meeting of the council has been account of sickness.
administration of the affairs of Repuire for all makes of sewing Miss Mabel bbeppard played called
for Monday night to take The Art Club met at Mrs. C. J. education; to the High School pu
this office such as may reward machines, also belts, oils and need Thursday evening ut the show such steps as may be necessary Pugh’s on Tuesday afternoon.
pils. Supt. Wells expressed him
you for the trust and confidence les at Persey’s Jewelry Storo. 2t. during the absence of Miss Wilson. to secure it.
being well pleased with the
La Verne Mickalson was absent High as School
placed in me.
and especially the
Clarence Powell and family have Mrs. Chapin and daughters nave
WALTER L. T001E, JR
secured rooms with Mrs. Grace gone to Portland to see Verl Cha DALLAS WANTS FALLS CITY ROCK Wednesday on account of illness. Teachers Training class. He also
that tbe High School would be
llulburt. Mr. Powell is looking pin who is soon to be seut to The city council held a special W. B. McKowan made business said
for tbe following year
after the tie and pile contract tor Mexico.
meeting Thursday night to con
fer with a special committee from day.
To Tho Republican Voters of Polk the Tent Creek Railroad.
erence books are added to tbe
Tht Teal A Cleveland aaw mill Thursday from the nurse at the the Dallas city council with re Mrs. Win. Alderman was’brought school library.
to the purchase of rock for borne from the Dallas hospital on
I am a candidate for District on Butler creek made a record run sanitarium in Portland stating gard
The com Thursday.
VhH Fir Srove School
Attorney of said County, and if of cutting 8U00 feet of lumber with that Mrs. Persey is improving mittee from purposes.
nominated and elected I pledge
of John L. Sweeney, W. L. from school Wednesday on account Lloyd Miller, Sammons,
and James Bolile of
myself to diligently and faithful hundred and seven 6x8 ties were T. M. Thrasher went to Dallas ed
Barber and John Miller, chaper of illness.
the Teachers Training class, and
ly attend to all the duties per sawed besides the side lumber.
L. Tooze, Jr.
Mrs. Mary Thor i is spending a Mr. and Mrs. G D. Treat, visited
taining to Baid office and will Mrs. A. C. Fleming and Mrs. photograph taken of his knee that The by city Walter
offered to sell few days in Portland visiting her Fir Grove school last Friday. As
fearlessly enforce all the laws in Grace Hulburt walked up to Bal- was injured in a logging camp them four council
$300, or the daughter.
it happened to be Rally Day, all
an impartial manner. I respect deree’s camp last Sunday return recently.
lc per yard. A. B. Hubbard and A1 Young the parents and young people of
fully ask your support at the pri ing Monday. They report having
Dallas is expecting to do con are spending a few days in the tbe community were preseut.
mary election on the 19th of May, a great time. Both sides of the Mrs. Winnie Braden, candidate siderable
street improvement the mountains.
Everyone present seemed to be in
camp are at work now and every for county treasurer was in the coming year.
city Thursday. Mrs. Braden is
interested in tbe welfare of
B F. SWOPE. thing is on the hum.
Mies Flossie Davis of Bridgeport the school
and from all appear
The Free Methodist church at ical outlook.
is spending a few davs visiting her ances, the knockers
their Quarterly meeting services
OPEN FIRST OF APRIL
Sunday will give a love feast at Saul Ouderkirk and family ami
Dr. McCallen of Dallas was in Miss Helen Treat, the teacher of
To Tho Voters of Polk.
city on business Wednesday the school, was highly recommend
I hereby announce my candi
dacy for the republican nomina
will work on a wood coutract for there he was informed by the A piece of Drum music was fouud ed, and from tbe appearance of the
tion for county clerk of Polk coun meut for the Lord's supper will be the
the giounds and the work,
fish warden that the fishing in thfe second grade room this week. school,
ty, and solicit the support of all taken. W. N. Coffe will have donkeys.
the attitude of tbe pupils
republicans within the county, charge of the services.
A lew of Mrs. Sayer’s friends season would open the first of Look out, Lester!
that she has made
giving assurance that if nomina G. W. Breutner left Tuesday met at her home on Thursday and April. The warden also said that Mr. and Mrs. Walt Ban,hart of good.
ted and elected I will use my ut noon fur Masou City, Iowa to visit gave her a surprise. This was iu if it w*as possible a carload of fish Oakdale spent Tuesday with Mr. The programme for the day waa:
most endeavor to render econom his mother who is very ill. He memory of her birthday. There would be put in the streams to and Mrs. Newman.
A short programme in the morn
help replenish the finny tribe that Vera Ouderkirk of the sixth ing
received a telegram Saturday stat were 19 present.
ical and efficient service.
which a delicious lunch
LEWIS V. MACKEN- ing that she was in a precarious For Sale—Very choice, young have bfeen caught out during the grade was absent this week on ac was after
The followiog pro
condition and to come at ouoe.
family cow. Splendid milker, per last season.
in the after
A birthday party was given at fectly gentle everyway, fine week
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. old heifer calf bv her side. J, O. Lester Dodd of Junction City is fifth grade were absent this week Song—America
To Tho Voters Of Polk County.
visiting his parents.
I hereby announce myself as a Finley, Saturday of last week in Mickalson’s realty office.
Mr. Beutley visited C. J. Pugh
Republican candidate for the of honor of their daughter. I.ucile’s, J. C. Talbott and a number of Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Knorr and Lincoln’s Gettysburg speech.
fice of County Treasurer, subject 14th birthday. Games and other others left Thursday morning for
daughter of Portland are Little Boy Blue and Bear SoDg,
to the will of the voters at the amusements were indulged in, the Siletz reservation to look over
the J. A. We9t family.
primary election in May and re after which ice cream, cake, and the land that is to be opened up
THE LITTLE GIANT
by primary pupils.
Miss Sydia Champlin ofCorvalis Songs
By Falla City C hurch School Pupil».
for homesuading the first of the
spectfully solicit your support. fruit were served.
visited her friend, Miss Shields, Star Spangled
MORAL—Don’t buy mortgage or month.
MRS. WINNIE BRADEN.
installment property before inves The County Commissioners were ing for Salem where be has em Home Economics teacher,this week. After this programme several
tigating its value.
The atteudence of the first-grade questions which had been passed
here the first of the week viewing ployment.
reduced this week on account
For County Assessor.
the old bridge on Dayton street
among the people of the com
Gibson, Mable Bedient, of the mumps. Fire of the pupils out
I hereby announce my candi TREES THOUSANDS—of all with the view of rebuilding. It is and Walter
were answered. A number
Harrison were absent are ill with the mumps.
dacy on the republican ticket for varieties, heavy on primes, grafted probable that they will put in a from Harold
school last Thursday.
the office of county assessor of Franquette pure strain of Vrooman new wooden structure.
can we do to improve in
The Manual Training shop of
Polk county, and solicit the sup walnuts, everything in the nursery
in the school?
the High School ia to be enlarged
port of all republican electors in line, seed potatoes. Buy direct Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompson Who tried to be supple,
better the attend
so that it may more easily accom
motored to Independence Wednes Threw chalk in school.
modate the pupils and their work.
C. S. GRAVES. (no agents) by buying direct from day. The doctor says that the And had to sit on the stool.
improvements can be made
Domestic Science girls gave iu What
us. We sell right. Write for plan is progressing very good and iu a Merle Giiffin of McCoy visited an The
dinner Friday even- Shall we have a play shed where
ters price list, 25 years iu busi few days will be in first-class his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. ine excellent
To The Republican Voters.
Tooze, the teachers our children can play on rainy
Griffin Monday and Tuesday,
the officers of the days?
Having been urged by my
C arlton N ursery C o .
friends to again become a candi
association, and Is the sanitation of our school
As a result of a membership con dents is all stuck up over a few
date for commissioner and having
school board. all that can be desired?
test recently held by the “ Anti- gallons of pitch.
acceded to their demand, I most
pleased Shall we organize a Parent-
Can’ts”, the young people's Sun Lewis Olsen visited school Mon
respectfully ask the support of all
republicans in the primary May I will give anyone T25 who will day School class of the M. E. day afternoon.
thoroughly, we must draw the con Association?
19. My past record is my on'y apprehend the parlies who pulled Church, the girls of the class en
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Griffin have clusion that tbe girls are excellent Are you iu favor of eight months
G. A. WELLS.
moved to camp eight.
do you think of the teach
interesting games, a short One of the boys came to school Gordon Sammon and Lucile er's What
residence. These roses were of a many
program was rendered which was a few mornings ago looking very Tichenor visited the Bridgeport hy the school day
of Polk Co.
enjoyed by all. One of the most proud. We were not surprised school Tuesday. Visiting rural Judging from the way in which
To Tho Voters Polk County.
interesting and enjoyable features when we found that he had a shut schools is not required in the Teach these questions were answered, a
I am a candidate for School Su
perintendent of this countv sub
of the evening was the playette tle and intended to be a splendid ers Training course but the Falls bright future is assured for the
ject to the will of the Republican
City pupils are doing this extra school,
given by five girls. After light tatter some day.
voters at the Primary Election in
work that they be better qualified
Don’t buy mortgage or instal
take the work of teaching tural Mr. Parsons, Rural School Sup
knowledge attend this school to
1 will not impair the efficiency ment contract property, whether five members departed for their with
As many ol tho class
gave several interesting
of our school system, but will run watches, diamonds or sewing mach respective homes, all with light will be seen from the following: have never attended any, except a ervisor,
illuatrated lecture ou
the office as economically as is ines before investigating its title. hearts, the boys because they had Teacher—What is the capital of graded school this requirement of club work, an which
were enjoyed by
I feasible under our present laws. First see W. A.Persey, the Jeweler been §o royally treated, and tbe Alaska?
visiting rural schools will aid them everyone.
W. I. REYNOLDS.
girls because of the joy of giving.
Bank of Falls City