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THE TALLE OITT HLiWE.
Hut unii» y Muret) 26, 1910
Walter Fleming was a Salem
THE U T T LE GIANT
Falla City C hurch Mrbool FuplU.
W E DO N O T
Passenger Train Schedule
Fuller, of Dallas, the tire warden
Effective Oct. 4,1014
Mrs. Hopkins visited Mrs. Grif-
in the city Thursday.
S U B S T IT U T E
Is In Evidence In Springtim e
Geneva Sayie spent Satur Thursday.
Salem . . . 7:0U 9.46
4.00 day Mias
and Sunday in the city,
Dallas. . . 8.15 11.02
The Policy of
8 m our new stock of Hoos, Rakos
Horn is visiting tier daugh Dallas visitors Tuesday.
Thitt Store in
U :5 6 |
Flows and Farm Implemente.
ter, Mrs Allen near Monmouth.
Mr and Mrs.Albert Young spent
W E G IV E Y O U
Mrs. Oxford and Kenneth «pent Saturday evening at the borne of
W H AT YOU
25 VOTE COUPON IN PIANO CONTEST GIVEN W ITH
and Sunday in Dalian. If. Griffin.
EVERY $1 CASH PURCHASE
A S K FO R
0.40 The Drug Store will lie open on Henry and Claud Griffin and
Dallas. . . 10.10 2.00
7.46 Sunday from 9 to 11 A. M only. Amos Olsen were absent from
Salem . . . 11.01 3 .1 6
A V I'ow(Ml.. A'JK nt
Whitt we want is not only
Mrs. Sheppard's sister, Mrs. school Monday.
cuntomerH, but PLEASED
Kay is visiting in Falls City this Mrs. Bedient, Mrs. Olsen, Har
Post Office Time Card
old Olsen and Ula Griffin visited
hours: Daily, except Sun Mrs. W. A. Kry of Salem is vis school
T H O M P S O N S day, Ollico
iting her sister, Mrs. L. E. Shep Walter Gibson is employed help
H am. to 6.80 p m.
fug 11. J. Griffin load cars with
R. E. W illiam .-, M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G.W hite ,
Mail arrives, from
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Salem 9.00 a.m., 6:16 p in.
Dallas, 9:00 A M., «:1b P. M, best in tne world, guaranteed, at The school library has purchased
2t. two new bool s, "Aa Thiy Aie in
PAIO POLITICAL NOTICES
Portland A Eugene train 101, Persey’s.
11:65 a. m.
Mrs. J. M. Knurr who has been India,” and "Life on the Congo.” j
F alls C ity , P olk C ounty . O beoon
FOR DISTRICT ATTORRET
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
I hereby announce my candi- Mail closes for:
Uken by surprise by some of their
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
dacy for the republican nomina Ha
lern, HItU A.M , 1 P.M. and 6:30 Mr. Revere of Dallas was in the neighbors last Tuesday evening, it
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
tion lor the office of District At
city Thuisday looking after his being the 30th anniversary of their
torney. I f nominated and electee!, Dallas,
A. M. and 5:30P. M. property here.
I shall enforce all laws as I find Eugene 8:61)
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, l ies,
them without fear or favor, and
other bakery goods, every day CHERRY GROVE RALLY DAY
in a just, conscientious manner. 1 Black Rock, 11 A. M.
Falls City Bakery.
will give to the County’s affairs Mail Order and Postal Havings
The Cherry Grove Rally Day
Edited by Falls City High School.
the same careful, conscientious at window doses at ft P. M.
Mr. and Misft P. J. Shepherd was held March 15th. Mr. Parsons
tention I would give to the affairs
the Rural School Supervisor, and
S unday O nly
of private clients. I respectfully Ollice hours:
lie has an interest in a garage.
Villa va. U. S.
And anil it snows,
Mr. Allen of the O. A. C , were
solicit your support, and if nom Mail arrives fron) Salem, 9:00 C. J. Pugh unloaded a car of were
Contrary to general opinion, the J. R. Moyer is very ill with la
inated and elected, will devote a in.
'Ihe programme began nt 1:30 crossing of the American troops grippe.
my entire time to giving you an
into Mexico is no violation of in
A Eugene tram 101, used in building his new logan P. M , and was as follows:
administration of the affairs of Portland
Song “New llail Columbia Chief” ternational law. The pursuit and John Beezley of Salem is in town
this office such as may reward
capture of smugglers on American spending a few days.
you for the trust and confidence Mail closes fui Salem, 8:50 a. in. The Neighborhood Club spent Reading, Writing
territory by the Canadian authori Mr. and Mrs. Will Tichenor left
Eugene A Portland train 102, 1 the afternoon at the Wells home. Heading, My Birthday Present. ties
placed in me.
offers a precedent for the dras Thursday for Portland.
W ALTER L. TOOLE. JR.
There were 20 present, A photo Song, “ Welcome Sweet,” School. tic action
of the United States.
Effective Oct. 20, 1916.
graph was taken by Miss Ham Beading,
criticize the chief exec Mrs. B. Phillips went to Port
I ha C. M khhlino , Postmaster mond.
Teaching the Dollies utive in vigorously pursuing Villa, land Thursday moroiug on busi
Sweet and Low but it is beyond us how so many ness.
Mr». J. P. DeWitte, who has Duet
To The Republican Voters of Polk
Free Methodist Church
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Heading, The Children’s Hour papers can consistently back the Miss Suedeker was called to
School 10:00 A. M.
The Boston Tea Party president in his every move, tho Portland last Thursday on busi
I. G. Singleton for the past three P!ay,
I am a candidate for District Hunday
of Old Fashioned each action be opposed to the pre ness.
Attorney of said County, and if Class meeting 12:00 P. M.
[ Rosses vious one.
nominated and elected I pledge Evening service 7:30.
Mrs. J. R. Moyer who has been
myself to diligently and faithful
J. E. Beezley of Salem is here After the programme Mr. Par At the first outbreak of th e quite
II, A. W altkk , Pastor
ly attend to all the duties per
speudiu liis two week's vacation in sons made an interesting talk on adopted a policy of “watchful ing. ill with lagrippe is iuipiov-
taining to said office and will
making improvements on his prop industrial work and introduced
M. L Church
waiting;” lo w - be has taken the The Eight Grade class is taking
fearlessly enforce all the laws in Sunday Services
erty near town. He is putting out Mr. Allen, who gave a very inter reins
into bis own hands and to final tests before the regular Eight
an impartial manner. 1 respect Sunday School
10:00 A. M. a lot of almonds.
these "greasers” how the Grade examiuatiou.
fully ask your support at the pri Morning Service 11:00 A. M For Sale—Very choice, young Dinner was served at 6 P. M.
his “peace at any price”
mary election on the 19th of May, Junior League
11:80 I*. M. family cow. Splendid milker, per Hot coffee was served.
pioceedure with the Loraine aud LaVern Mickalsun
(1:30 P. M fectly gentle everyway, fir.e week
two hundred who have been ill with tnump3 re
B F. SWOPE.
7:30 P. M old heifer calf bv her side. J. O.
citizens in turned to school Friday.
Mickalson’s realty office.
Mexico, and why their deaths did Mumps, spring fever and puppy
Teacher Traininp class. Friday Chas. Mix returned last Sunday The neighborhood people i i- not warraut immediate action as love are the three diseases that are
To The Voters of Polk.
7.00 P. M.
from an extended trip through lluenced the players to give their did the Columbus affair is an enig effecting the school now adays.
1 hereby announce my candi Prayer Meeting, Friday 8:00 P. California,
lie visited several play over that they might hear it ma. It is indeed amusing, if mat
dacy for the republican nomina M
ters were not so serious, to see the Nettie Murray, Margaret Sam
W. J. W arren , Pastor. near Los Angeles. the orange
tion for county clerk of Polk coun
Democratic press on one side of the mons. and Laura Spolin have lieeu
ty, and solicit the support of all
fence oue month and on the oppo absent from school this week on
things looked pretty lively down
republicans within the county, SEVERTH DAY ADVERTIST CHURCH there.
site side the next. Next November accounts of mumps.
giving assurance that if nomina Sabbath School
10 A. M Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Compton of
the people will show that they have Mrs. Sadie Brewer of Alaska
ted and elected I will use my ut Preachingor bible study 11
A. M. Webster, South Dakota have been tation melodies, instrumental selec been “humbugged.”
who is visiting her brother Tom
most endeavor to render Econom Young peoples meeting 3:30 P. M
tions. Professor Ford of the Uni
Miller, will go next week to Idaho
ical and efficient service.
versity and Miss Esther Cox piano-
she will make her home.
LEWIS V. MACKEN
ist will accompany them. Do not
this finest entertainment of
Morris Selig is improving in
Thev spent the winter in Los An miss
met last Tuesday and organized a arithmetic.
He can tell you to the
Local Nows Hams ge)e8
minute in the day,
To The Voters Of Polk County.
days and minutes
I hereby announce myself as a
Republican candidate for the of
fice of County Treasurer, subject 'I lie besUehow at the Gem tonight improved a great deal, especially
supervision of their officers began The Agriculture Class is very
to the will of the voters at the Mrs. C. Dill is on the sick list the roads, which were in very had at 8 P. M.
clean up and smooth over the industriously working making a
primary election in May and re this week.
ground for the purpose of tin can garden. They expect later
The Womans World, Farm and
spectfully solicit your support.
to plant the border around the
a ball diamond.
Home, Home Life, Household aud
Walter L. Toose, Jr., Lawyer,
MRS. WINNIE BRADEN.
the News one year for ILAft-
lenges and it is about time they Supervisor H. H. Parsons aud
heavy on prunes, grafted
Potatoes for sale. C. L. Coon- varieties,
begin to practice. It is re Prof. Haley went to Black Rock
For County Asoostor.
rad. Plioue 16ft.
Dallas wants a game Saturday evening, where Mr. Par
I hereby announce my candi Miss Edith Johnson spent the line, seed potatoes. Buy direct Don't buy mortgage or instal with us on April
15. Watch our sons gave an illustrated lecture to
dacy on the republican ticket for week-end in Dallas,
from the man who grows, save 50% ment contract property, whether smoke.
the office of county assessor of
the Parent Teachers Association
Polk county, and solicit the sup Henry Bancroft who has been (no agents) by buying direct from watches, diamonds or sewiug mach
port of all republican electors in very sick, is still very poorly.
us. We sell right. Write for plan ines before investigating its title. Some of the pupils of the school Mrs. Jesse Moyer, teacher of the
price list, 25 years in busi First see W. A.Persey, the Jeweler. were frightened on Tuesday ou ac tliiid grade class and Gordon Sam
C. S. GRAVES.
Mrs. Edna Geiger returned to ters
count of a peculiar movement of mons of the Teachers Traiuing
her home in Portland Sunday.
the building, resembling the roll Class visited Uutinie school, March
C arlton N ursery C o .
COPPER TANKS STOLEN
ing movement of an earthquake; 23. They were well received by
A flock of wild geese passed on
To The Republioan Voters.
their way uorth Friday morning.
Last Sunday night someone pictures moved ou the wall, electi ic the people of the community. Re
Having been urged by my Born to Mr. hud Mrs. Rolls
stole two copper tanks from C. J. light tixbuies and thermometers turning on the late tram they re
friends to again become a candi Waterhouse,
moved with a motion similar to port having a good time.
Monday, March 20, a Tho Ladies Aid of the M. E, Pugh’s loganberry plant near the that
date for commissioner and having
felt in the building. There
acceded to their demand, I most girl.
Church gave a “ Rag Time Tea" in railroad. The tanks had a capac
Falls City Turns Out
respectfully ask the support of all Mrs. Lida Morse of New Kamil- their parlors Wednesday afternoon. ity of 100 gallons each and were was some wind blowing at the The All
republicans in the primary May cht. Wash., is visiting Mrs. Wag Mrs. Hellwarth took the part of of considerable value as junk, time but not nearly so hard as be pedition given on by Ford’s
19. My past record is my only
were used in the manufac fore or after the movement. Girls former student of the Falls
“ Dinah” in a (rue southern style. and
cried, brave boys turned pale and
ture of loganberry juice.
G. A. WELLS.
teachers looked wise. The flag on
Mrs. Will Tichenor who has
TO WATER USERS
RAT BITES JAP’ S BIG TOE
the flag staff was so badly shaken ly everybody in and around Falls
been ill, went to Portland Thurs
The Water Board have insisted H. Ishimava, a Japanese em that it was necessary for the jani City. The talk was not only in
To The Voters Polk County.
I enforce the ordinances re ployed at the Willamette Valley tor to remove it to keep th) stars teresting but also instructive from
I am a candidate for School Su Mrs. Mary Thorne accompanied that
first to last aud was appreciated
to the use of water. This camp at Black Rock was bitten from spilling out.
perintendent of this county sub her sister, Mrs. Stewart to Portland lating
both old and young. Music
on the big toe by a rat Tuesday Don’t forget to look for the date by
ject to the will of the Republican (or a few day’s visit.
furnished by the High School
night. The rat crawled into his of the High School play.
voters at the Primary Election in Lamar Tooze who lectured here
bunk during the night and began
I will not impair the efficiency Friday night was the guest of Mr. Those failing to pay up will find knawing on his toe, inflicting
of our school system, but will run and Mrs. W. V. Nichols.
the water shut off. without further some very painful wounds. He J. E. Beezley, clerk in the Ladd The E. T. C. Club met Wednes
the office as economically as is Repairs for all makes of sewing notice.
afternoon with Belli Deal. A
came down Wednesday and had A Bush bank ot Salem, with his day
possible under our present laws. machines, also belts, oils and need
afternoon was spent
the injured organ given medical
W. I. REYNOLDS. les at Persey’s Jewelry Store. 2t.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
The Man With The Hoe
■ «•IM IU IIU
J. C. T A L B O T T
Bank of Falls City
T H E JO K ER