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REPUL -ICAN LEADERS LOOK FOR
P R A C TIC A L BUSINESS MAN
TO HEAD TIC K E T.
F. M. HELLWARTH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
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CHIKOI'KACTIC
D R . W . L . H o llo w a y
CHIROPRACTIC
Our prices are very moderate, considering the class of goods. Suits ranging
from $6.98 to $25; coats from $3.75 to $15; waists from 63c to $5.
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M O N D AY. W K I'N W K A Y .m l PK1DAY
Afternoon * Kerb Weak.
Skirts and dresses in a large range of colors at prices to suit everybody.
B110I11C00 Carte
We have corsets to fit any lady at any price she wishes from 49c to $7.50.
HOTEL
Children’ s dresses at 19c and up; boys’ shirts at 23c.
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All the new and latest styles in ladies’ shoes at very reasonable prices
S e m p le R o o m .
Boot A o oom m od etlon o
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O r o .ii«, P r o p r i»««,r
(ivo us t call whon in Dallas, we will treat you courteously whether you buy or not.
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Bohle's Barber Shops
Mrs. Chas. Gregory, The Ladies’ Toggery,
Falls C i t y , Oregon
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lute Lord Salisbury, Arthur Halfou
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Charles II., l)r. Johnson. Charles
Lamb. Emerson ami Byron
“ I could enlarge upon this theme uu
til your eyelids would 110 louger «¡ig
But I will content myself «vltb con­
trasting as tjplcal examples of tbs
yea and nay of humor two o f the
world's greatest men Shakespeare ami
Napoleon, the arch creator and the
arch destroyer.
"Shakespeare save an abiding Joy.
one that will contribute to the bappl
ness, the education and the ennobling
o f mankind throughout the ages. 'In
states unborn and accents yet tin
known.' Napoleon, on the other band,
took from mankind millions o f lives
and set humanity walling.” —London
Telegraph
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ROUTES EAST
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
R. L C H A P M A N
Funeral Directo »
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W e altead to all varh praaaptly.
Dalla, aad Fall. City, Or
!>u you know that tickets to Küstern (lest¡nations vis Califor­
nia c t hut a trifle more than on more Northern Routes?
|Oj l*o ."in know thut only on«‘ change of cars is necessary if you
f go via California to Chicago, .Omaha. Denver, Kansas City
* I or St. Louis?
B R O W N -S IB IEY ABSTRACT CO;
M » M ill Street. P a ll.., Oregon.
JOHN R SIML* Y. Menacer
Newspaper of tha City ef Falls Cli»
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF FALLS CITY
H I G riffin. Mayor.
R M. W on derly. C ouncilm an at-Large
G. W. Brentner.
George C. March,
C. J Bradley,
C ou ncilm en
I. G. Singleton.
C. L. H opkiu s.
Coleman du Pont was born in Ken
tucky and started his working life ir
the mines of the Blue Grass State. Ht
stands today as one of the few sue
cessful men who have acquired theti
positions by methods that will stanc
scrutiny. He has been a producer—
not a stock Jobber. He has never an
tagonized any class of people. Capita
and Labor alike admire him.
Without self-advertisement he doet
more charity than do most men. He it
an ardent advocate of good roads and
believes that a really perfect system
o f highways will enhance the farmer's
income and reduce the cost of living
to the cities. He has built roads and
given them to his state, always with a
sound business scheme to perpetuate
them and save them from being a
burden to the taxpayers.
He comes from a family more Amer
lean than mo3t— a family identified
with the building o f the nation sfnet
the Revolution. His grandfather wai
Thomas Jefferson’s most valued per­
sonal friend and advisor in the time
of great need during the dark days
o f the Republic.
The great Powder Company with
which he was formerly identified has
supplied our government with all its
powder at a price always named by
our government officials themselves
and never by the company
Because of his great executive abil­
ity and high standing In the business
world, some of the shrewdest po­
litical minds in the country consider
him as being one of the most likely
“ dark horses" for the Republican
nomination. They point to the fact
that his success in life would elimin­
ate any need for a friendly Colonel
House, or any other financial Influence
standing ever behind the presidential
chair. Nor would he be compelled to
take orders from any man or group of
men.
Another factor that the supporters of
General du Pont are pointing to is his
knowledge of military affairs. For
sixteen years he has been Identified
r lt h the soldiery of his state and la
thoroughly alive to the necessity for
preparedness.
He
has also had
practical training in politlca, hav­
ing been a delegate to a number of
State and National conventions, and
serving as a member of the Republican
National committee for manv years
It is the splendid business training
o f General du Pont that is pointing
the way for him to the nom­
ination.
For it is conceded on all
sides that the biggest problems of thla
country at the cloae o f the European
war will be business problems, and
there are few men among those mem
tioned. who have had his experience
In coping with such huge problems
As a manager o f constructive tusl-
ness and as a reorganizer, Coleman
id Pont stands in s class by hlm selt __
A R R IV E D !
T h t most attractivo assortment of ladies’ coats, suits, dressos, skirts and waists
m r shown in Pslk County. Those goods ars the production of Now Yo rk’ s
most fashionable designors and tailors.
D elaw are Man Haa Splendid Reputa­
tion ae a Self-M ade Lead er In
C o natructlve Buaineea.
G E N E R A L C O L E M A N DU P O N T .
PHYSICIAN
Oflice one door east ol I*. O.
C o l e m a n d u p o n t n a m e d
AS L IK E L Y CAN DIDATE
W ith the Republican convention on­
ly a scant twelve weeks away, the
most popular topic of conversation In
political circles these days concerns
the U. O. P.'s choice of a candidate
to run against Wilson.
The Republicans will probably go
back to old principles and look for a
candidate who will command the sup­
port of the same army of voters who
elected McKinley, when a wave of
patriotic common sense swept the
country, and business men by the
hundreds of thousands marched the
streets demanding A practical govern­
ment. It Is Interesting to note that
the name of General Coleman du Pont,
o f Delaware, has been repeatedly men­
tioned recently as the man eminently
qualified for the nomination. To those
who look upon the government as
a big busineas concern demanding
the supervision c f a trained business
man. the name o f General du Pont car­
ries a strong appeal, for there is no
man more qualified to handle the big
problems of today than this same self
made leader in constructive business.
Moreover, both the public and private
record of General du Pont will stand
up well under the searchlight of po­
litical opposition.
Haturday, March *26, lililí
THE FALL8 CITY NEWS.
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N. Sells.
C. E M cPherren, A u d itor and P o lice Judge
W alter L. Tooxe Jr.. C ity A ttorn ey
Pat Murphy. Marshal and W ater 3upt.
M. L. Thom pson. Treasurer
Dr. F M. H ellw a rth . H ealth Officer.
The Council m eets in regu lar session ou the first
Monday nigh t o f each m onth, at 7 30 o ’clock, in
he office o l the F a lls C ity News.
S a t u r d a y , M a r c h 25, 1916
RAISING C A P IT A L
Young Sam Clemen, and H i. Chum. In
a Coonskin Deal.
The adventures of Satn Clemens and
his comrades would fill several books
of the size of "Tom Sawyer.” Many
of them are, o f course, forgotten now.
but those still remembered show that
Mark Twain had plenty o f real mate­
rial.
It was not easy to get money In those
days, and the boys were often without
It. Once Huck Blankenship had the
skin o f a coon he bad captured and
offered to sell it to raise capital. At
Selma' store on Wildcat corner the
coonskin would bring 10 cents. But
this was not enough. The boys thought
of a plan to make it bring more.
Seims' back window was open, and
tbe place where be kept bis pelts was
pretty handy. Huck went around to
tbe front door and sold tbe skin for 10
cents to Seims, who tossed it back on
tbe pile. Then Huck came back and
after waiting a reasonable time crawl­
ed In the open window, got tbe coon­
skin and sold It to Seims again. The
boys did this several times that after­
noon, and tbe capital o f tbe band grew.
But at last John Fierce, Seims' clerk,
said:
"Look here, Mr. Seims; there's some­
thing wrong about this. That boy has
been selling us coonsklns all the after­
noon.”
Seims went back to his pile o f pelts.
There were several sheepskins, but
only one coonskin. the one be bad that
moment bought.
Seims himself In after years used to
(ell this story as a great Joke.—Albert
Bigelow Paine In S t Nicholas.
HUMOR AS A W O R LD FO R C E.
Contrasting th. Man Who Croato With
tho Men Who Dastroy.
Rlr Herbert Tree in a lecture at the
Birmingham and Midland Institute
said:
"Humor may be a help or a clog In
life Many great men have been with­
out It. I think It may be broadly
stated that men o f action, tbe great
destroyers, tbe men who take, are as
a rule devoid o f humor, while men of
Imagination and contemplation, those
who create, wbo give, have tbe g ift of
humor.
Among those pre-emlnoitly
gifted with humor were Abraham U n -
coln, Disraeli, Goethe and Heine, jibe
A Queer Diagnosis.
A celebrated Dublin physician was
Sir Dominic Corrigan, who was as
much famed for bis brusquem ss to­
ward patients as fur his skill
In the
course of some reminiscences William
Charles Scully told a story of the doc­
tor which Is quite well worth «pioting
" I was taken to see him." says the
writer, "several times, but lie always
treated me with tbe utmost kindness
However, a highly respectable maiden
aunt of mine had a different experl
ence. She went to consult him. After
sounding her—none too gently—and
asking a few questions he gave a grunt
and relapsed Into silence. Then after
a short pause of meditation be said.
‘ Well, ma'am, It's one o f two things—
either you drink or else you sit with
your back to the fire.’ "
lOj Do you know that the transit limit of tickets is longer if you
|*| go v ia California This allows liberal stopovers
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Our abelract plant I« po«t.d dally Irom
Folk County Record.
Do you know that there are library observation, standard and
tourist s o p ng cbis « n three daily tia ns via California on
Shasta and Ogden Routes
Do you know that information on all travel routes can be ob­
tained from local agent or by writing to
•lohn M Scott. General ra*»engcr Agent
Tortlam l, Oregon
S O U T H E R N PACIFIC
Hesdipiftrler« for Candy sud fig a ri
Mora Lovable.
T w o peevish old dames were sent
over to Inspect a Red Cross? hospital In
France. They came back and reported
that a black cat was kept us u pet tu
the institute. The head o f the hospital
w as written to about ft and replied:
“ Tbe black cat is the Tommies' mas­
cot, and they're foud of her—a lot
fonder than they were o f the two ohl
cats you sent out here to Inspect us.” —
Chicago Herald.
Newly Discovered Talents.
“ O f course I shrieked when I thought
there was a burglar in tbe bouse.” said
young Mrs. Torklns
“ What did your husband do?”
"Charley looked at me with deep re
proach and asked why I couldn't hoi
ler that way once In awhile when the
home team needed a boost."—Wash­
ington Star.
HARRINGTON
OUR B A R C A IN LIS T O F P ER IO D IC A LS
SM 3 N A 1 I 9 SllVd 3 HI
|t?pads
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Ho Wont.
She—What are you thinking of. Mr
Borley? H e— I was thinking It was
time to go home
She—Now, here Is
tbe difference between men :i n«l wo
men—I arr1ve«l at that conclusion long
ago, and you have only Just worked It
out.
There are no chagrins so venomous
a3 the chagrin o f the Idle; no pangs
so sickening as the satieties o f pleas­
ure.—Ruskln.
RECIPE TOR GRAY HAIR.
To half pint of water add 1 os. Bay
Rum, a email box of Barbo Compound,
and M os. of glycerine Apply to the hair
twice a week until It become« the dealred
.hade. Any druggist can put this up or
you can mix It at home at very little cost.
Full directions for making and use com»
In each box of Barbo Compound It will
gradually darken atreaked, faded gray
hair, and removes dandruff It Is excel­
lent for falling hair and will make harsh
hilr soft and glossy. It will not color the
scalp. Is not sticky or greasy, and does not
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