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    Saturday
April 22, 1910
THE FALLS CITY NEWS.
For County Clork
The Policy of
This Store is
I hereby announce my candi­
dacy for thu republican nomina­
tion for the office of County Clerk
o f Polk county and ask the sup­
port o f the Voters at the Primary
«•lection, May 19.
(Pd A d v er. )
F. J. H o l m a n .
W E G IV E YO U
For County Treasurer
W H A T YO U
I hereby announce my candi­
dacy for Treasurer o f Polk (xrunty
subject to the will o f Republican
voters at the Primary Election,
May 19. 191«.
J. H. (S LIM ) BROWN.
W E DO N O T
S U B S T IT U T E
A SK FOR
Whet we want its not only
customers, but PLE A SE D
CUSTOMERS.
T H E JO K ER
The Man With The Hoe
Edited by Falls City High School.
Mr. Reynolds of Dalian we read
in
the Observer visited the Falla
(to Thursday, ( A|pil 13th, the
City
School where lie was acting aa m
Duiry Herd Club of ths Fulls City
superintendent.
schools visited tho dairy farm of
Fred «tump.
The Teachers Training cla** of j
Mr. Slump's farm in located which we read about in tfce same |
about two mil«-* northeast of Suver paper baa just finished the study'
on the County road. There were of the School Law. You ehould j
lorteeo me in here <d the Club who hear them quote the law to annus- i
went. The farm contain« 750 acres pecting “ Kreshies.” A little Third j
Is In E v i d e n c e In S p r i n g t i m e
LET POLK COUNTY BE PROUD
1
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See our new slo ck of Hoes. Rakes
Carden Plows and Farm Implements.
J. C. TA LBO TT
'm
One hundred acres id this is in grader recently wrote a letter in j
liops ths rest is in hay grain pas- which he was describing a pet
ture.
A well situaleJ modern rabbit.
He said among other
To Voters of Polk County
dairy barn thirty six by one bun- things that it could jump ten feet
DRUG STORE.
I hereby knnounce myself as u
R E .W ilf . um h . M L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R .G W h itf ,
dred and thirty feel inside mess- high
Fairly attire for a rabbit
candidate for commissioner of Polk
President
Vice-President
Cashier Assistant Cashier
urement with u nine foot ceiling don’t you think?
m in ty, subject to the will of the will accomodate seventy four cows.
...... ■■
republicans at the Primary of May The floor and three feet of the
PAIO POLITICAL NOTICES
Back To The Soil.
19, and solicit the support of the walls are concrete. The rest of it
The steady growth of the cities •
republicans
o
f
the
county,
giving
F alls C it y , P olk C ounty . O regon
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY
inside is of boards and is painted
assurance that if elected I will ex­ There are windows enough to has led 1 1 much criticism by ecoi.o- j
I hereby announce my candi
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
ert myself to judiciously and eco­ allow four equare feet of glass per mists of recent years, because of)
dacy for the republican nomina­
Deposits.
Exchange
sold
on
all
points
in the United States.
nomically administer the business cow. The barn is ecquipted with the Hocking of great hordes to these ;
tion for the office of District A t
Notary
Public
officially
connected
w
itii the Bank.
metropilises, while on the other ;
affairs o f the county.
Louden Sanitary stalls, and stanch­
torney. I f nominated and elected,
hand the soil on which we are all |
MOSE M ANSTON
ions of steel. The are doors at
I shall enforce all laws as 1 find
dependent lies doimaut. There "
( Paid A d v )
each end of the board and two on
them without fear or favor, and
has been a movement on foot du r-' H0"< L'lara quite by nature drops j
each side one in the north end and
in a just, conscientious manner. I
ing the last decade to induce pen- ¡'»to this role with perfect e»se, |
To Tho Voters Of Polk County.
one about the middle of the barn,
will tfive to the County’s affairs
Mrs. J. B. Teal was itricken
pie to leave the contested city ami Die Rev. leinpleton ( l i s t e r Gard-
I hereby announce myself as a!
lu the north end of the barn is a
the same careful, conscientious at­
become tillers of the soil, but t h e ' ,,er) a young minister proposes to with paralysis Wednesday after­
Republican candidate for the o f­
Cushman gasolene engine which
tention I would Rive to the affairs
i fforts of these people has so far|l,-Jr ° U time friend Elizabeth noon ahout 1 o ’clock and was
fice o f County Treasurer, subject
... ,
,
. ..
runs a auction pump lor the ruilk-
o f private clients. 1 respectfully .
met with no sueixiss. Theorists (Esther Cleveland) and is quietly found unconscious in the path
to the will o f the voters at the .
.
1
. . . . . .
.
!ing machines.
There
---- —
»re *L“
three
solicit your support, and if nom­
between her home and that o f
have sought ai. expla lation of this 1 lnl1^ ou *-be shelf for John Ryder,
primary election in May and re- [ m.,
milking machines which arilk two
inated and elected, will devote
spectfully solicit your support.
phenoinenotii thru various sources. voung heir to the Maples Farm. her daughter, Mrs Clem Cleve­
cow-a at a time. In the same end
my entire time to giving you an
A. V. R. SNIDER.
Places ot amusement, urban luxur­ David Moore (Chester W a rd) and land, by Gus Elle and with the
of the bain a* the engine are two
administration o f the affairs of
(Paid A d v.)
ies, poor roads, easier employment Susan Moore ( Loleta West) again assistance o f Ira Mehrling car­
concrete silos fourteen by thirty-
this office such as may reward
and the disdain with which rural appear behind the footlights as ried her to her home and called
four feet, in air,**, each of these con­
you for the trust and confidence
people are regarded by the urban­ husband and wile empliiy the dif­ assistance. Judge Teal was in
tain one hundred ten tons of silage
placed in me.
Free Methodist Church
ite have all been advanced as poss­ férencies between a devoted mar- Dallas and he was immediately
when full. About the middle of
WALTER L. T001E. JR
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
ried couple. Jerry Moore (Claude , phoned for. E very possible at-
ible reasons.
the barn, on the west side, is a
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
(Paid A d v .)
Graham) the wayward son o f ! tention was given her but she
That
the
city
man
enjoys
certain
Clans meeting 12;00 P. M.
small room where the records are
advantages over bis country bro­ David and Susan— fishes, suow passed away about 11:00 o’ clock
Evening service 7:30.
To The Republican Voters of Polk
kept. There are three sheets, each
ther is beyond refutation; concern­ balls, skates and teaches Neil to that night.
H. A. W alter , Pastor
of which contains the names of
County.
Funeral services were held at
ing the disadvantages, however, smoke cigarettes, defends that erst­
twenty-one cows, the weight ol
1 am a candidate for District
they are just as pronounced. The while lady on all occasions. Wan­ the home Friday afternoon at 2
milk each cow gives each day. and
M. E Church
Attorney o f said County, and if
E. A. LaDow
environment a city family is placed dering Tom ( Hal Wade) returns o ’ clock. Rev.
the
percent of butter fat.
The
nominated and elected I pledge Sunday Services
to
himself
after
15
years
of
lapse
preached
the
funeral
sermon.
in is distinctly advantageous, par­
Sunday School
10:00 A M. milk is testeil once a month for
myself to diligently and faithful­
of
memory
finds
his
daughter.
Interment
in
the
Odd
Fellows
ticularly along educational lines.
Morning Service
11:00 A. M. butter fat. The milk is weighed
ly attend to all the duties per­
Ole
Mose
(W
ard
H
a
ley
)
the
black
cemetery.
A
large
floral
wreath
They may enloy world reuouue<i
Junior League
3:30 P. M. as soon as the cow is milked.
taining to said office and will
comedian,
dries
Nells
eyes-with
his
was
furnished
by
the
officials
of
lectures, bear the very best in
Kpworth League
0:30 P. M. There is a litter carrier which car­
fearlessly enforce all the laws in
own
tears.
Polk
county.
music, and nothing along the line
Evening Service
7:30 P. M ries all dirt in the barn fifty feet
an impartial manner. I respect­
Doors opsn at 7:30; curtain at
The body was followed to its
of good books that is not at their
away. There is a space ten or
fully ask your support at the pri­ Week-Day Services
8
:
15
.
last
resting place by friends and
instant command. Can we not in
twelve feel wide between the
mary election on the 19th o f May,
The
H
S.
orchestra
will
furnish
Teacher Training clars. Friday
neighbors
who sincerely sympa­
looking over these facts realize
stanchions. The feed is taken in
1916.
the
musical
program.
7:00 P. M.
thize
with
the sorrowing family
then wbat is the real trouble? That
a cart in this place. The bay loft
B. F. SWOPE.
Admissiou
25c,
15c,
10c.
Prayer Meeting, Friday 8:00 P.
in
their
time
o f distress.
our economic system is at fault we
will contain between one hundred
(Paid A d v.)
M
Ursly
Anna
Teal was born in
must all agree but weighing the
and twenty-five and two hundred
W. J. W arren , Pastor.
Virginia
in
1853
and moved to
Botany
Class
at
Work.
matter iu the balance of reason we
tons of hay when full. Mr Stump
Kansas
in
1856
and
then came to
The
members
of
the
Botany|class
To The Voter* of Polk.
have a cure for this evil. In our
expects to build a new barn next
SEVENTH
DAY
AOVENTIST
CHURCH
are
deep
in
the
mysteries
of
flower
Oregon
1871
and
wa3
married
I hereby announce my candi­
opinion when the country boy is
year just like the one ne has now.
the
same
year
to
John
B.
Teal.
given
but
a
few
of
the
privilege
9
j
ana^yzaGonthisweek.Manyspeci-
10 A. M
dacy for the republican nomina­ Sabbath School
'The milk house is about seventy
Mrs.
Teal
was
the
mother
of
hig
city
cou
in
experiences
our
real
mens
have
been
analyzed
and
11 A M.
tion for county clerk o f Polk coun­ Preachingor bible study
five feet southwest of the barn. It
mounted
some
of
which
are
the
eleven
children,
nine
o
f
whom
Young
peoples
mealing
3:30
P.
M
ty, and solicit the support o f all
troubles are at an end. If yon
is ecquipped with a steam engine
republicans within the county,
jjj. happen to be one of those people Trillium, Lambs Tongue, Violet, are living, two Having preceded
| for running the seperator and mi
who are against these fancy “ frills'’ Bleeding Heart, W i l d > Flag and her into the spiritual world. Mrs.
giving assurance that if nomina­
tester. The milk tester has twenty
ted and elected 1 will use my ut­
iudustnal work, music, reading Johuny Jump Up. This -ubject is Teal was a member o f the Chris­
four bottles. There is a concrete
most endeavor to render econom­
work, athletics, etc., in the scLool, being made very interesting ar.d tian church and was a sincere
vat tor cooling the cream.
There
in the light of these facts, should ^ e zest in which the pupils enter and earnest Christian woman.
ical and efficient service.
are two tanks fur washing the
you condemn a man lor leaving *heir work tells of the interest She was a devoted w ife and af-
LE W IS V. M A C K E N .
cans, pails, and bottles. There is
fectonate mother.
Try Chiropractic.
your community and removing to : taken oy them,
(Paid A d v.)
a tank for the Bacill— Kill, which
another where his children might!
7 bo beet show- at the Gem tonight
is used to purify the milking ma­
have a better chance to succeed?
Mis? Shields of the Domestic
Since the 11th inst Mr. and Mrs.
To Tho Voters Of Polk County.
Walter I.. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer, chines. The mixture is one ounce
________
Science and A it department was G F. Brown (nee Cecil M. Dodd)
I hereby announce myself as a Dallas, Oregon.
tf.
of Bacilli-Kill to five gallons of
absent from school Tuesday after-
of Klamath County are wealthy in
Republican candidate for the o f­
Mies Priscilla Otterbein of Salem water. The floor is concrete. There Airlie Crosses Bats With Falls City. ! noon because of sickness.
fice o f County Treasurer, subject
is
a
concrete
walk
between
the
Last
Friday
afternoon
Falls
City
the possession of a thrifty 7-pound
is employed at the Pereey home.
The Domestic Science girls are
to the will o f the voters at the
High School defeated Airlie High
ham and the milk house.
daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Dodd are
J. A. Cornelv of near Bridgeport
primary election in May and re­
Mr. Stump has sixty seven cows School in a running ball game; serviug a series of dinners for the
somewhat elated over becoming
moved to West Woodbmn Sunday.
spectfully solicit your support.
and one Jersey bull. The most of scoie 7-8. The game was called at practice of serving. Judging- from
grandparents
Dana
McPherren
and
Morris
the
delicious
orders,
they
sure
MRS. W IN N IE BRAD EN.
his cows are Jersey’s, lie is ouly 2:45 and for over an hour the boys
Selig
were
Salem
visitors
Monday.
have
some
tine
eats.
(Paid A d v .)
milking sixty three cows at the j of both teams fought valiantly for
M aurice's Journey.
The Sheppard eisten will sing present time, He also has over a honors. In the sixth iuning they
• To The Republican Voters.
The route taken by Maurice Selig
at the M. E. Church Sunday even­ dozen calves.
tied which was not broken until
Harry Starr and Clias. Hopkins
Having been urged by my ing.
The water system Mr. Stump the first, half of the 12 inning, Wednesday evening was as follow's:
friends to again become a candi­
have been busy this week repair­
Mrs. Emma Hinehaw returned uses is not very satisfactory as he when the Kalis City boys showed Dallas, Monmouth, Independence,
date for commissioner and having
Corvallis,
Wells
Station,
Eola
and
ing and gelling the plainer ready
cannot
get
enough
pressure.
He
them
how
to
do
it.
The
Falls
City
acceded to their demand, I most Monday from Greenville, Califor­
Salem
returning
by
the
way
ot
is
going
to
change
as
soon
as
pos-
school
wishes
to
praise
the
Airlie
nia.
to begin operations next Monday.
respectfully ask the support o f all
sible. The water is piped to the team for the manly way in which Buena Vista, Suver, Airlie aud This will affotd employment for
republicans in the primary May
Mrs. H
Bowman visited her
19. My past record is my on'y
house, barn, aud milk house, and they play ball although much Lousville arriving in Falls City
several men and it will sound good
husband
the Dallas hospital
platform.
other places where it is necessary younger and smaller than the Falls promptly at 5:00 o ’clock Thursday
Monday.
G. A. WELLS.
to hear the whistle wake the echos
The Dairy Herd Club went to City boys they gave us a hard tus- morning.
(Paid A d v.)
of
the mountains once more.
Latest model Singer Sewing tliis barn for the purpose of finish- 8le- ®**lls City teaoi will play the
Maurice says that school will
machines, 138 at Persey’ s. Why ishing up their record work for the return game at Airlie Saturday, be out in just exactly six weeks.
To -The Voters Polk County.
pay tnote?
Why should he worry?
year. They scored the barn aud April 29.
PENNY SOCIAL
(Paid Adver.)
THO M PSO NS
Bank of Fails City
MRS. J. B. TE A ! DIES
Local News Items
Planer to Start Monday
1 am a candidate for School Su­
perintendent o f this county sub­
ject to the will of the Republican
voters at the Primary Election in
May.
I will not impair the efficiency
o f our school system, but will run
the office as economically as is
possible under our present laws.
W. I. REYNOLDS.
(Paid Adv.)
For County Superintendent.
I hereby announce my candi­
dacy foi the office o f County Su­
perintendent o f Schools o f Polk
county, subject to the will p f the
Republican voters at the primary
election, May 19, 1916.
MISS ALM E D A J. F U L L E R
(Paid A d v.)
A splendid Stainer violin outfit «equipment and the milkhouse and
for sale cheap at Mickalson’s Rea judged two cows.
The Dust of the Earth.
Estate office.
The above report was written by-
A drama will be given by the
Fresh Bread,Cakes,Cookies, Lies, George A. Paul of the Dairy Herd High School tonight. This play
and other bakery goodH, every day Record Club of the Kalis City depicts the character and difficul-
school on his returning to school. I ties of a neice adopted by a doting
at the Fails City Bakery.
uncle and a hating auut. Nell.
Rev. II. A. Walter, of the Free
Club work has ben made a part the leading character, "Th e Dust
Methodist church left Thursday
of the regular class work in the of the Earth,’’ will be played by
night for Waterloo to assist Rev.
Falls City school, being the first Miss Sylvia Phillips who for the
Richards in a series o f special
school in the state to make it a past two years has been a favorite
meetings.
part ol its regular work. Prof.W. ¡ n High School plays, by Falls City
Mte.
Chne. Kueebone. Elsie A. Barr in a phone conversation people. Sylvia is playing a new
Kueebone, Otto Kueebone and Miss ! with the prin. of the school praized role heretofore she has appeared as
Clara Duvis motored to Wellsdale, very highly the work done by the the lady cjmedian now take a ser
Ore., Friday where Mrs. Kueebone class and expressed his opinion ¡„us part showing her aptitude as
and Elsie will visit a week with that making it a part of tho regu- an amateur actress. Arabella, the
their daughter aud sister, Mrs. A. lar work of the school is the very town gossip will be iu the person
L. tiovter at that place.
best method of haudliug the work. 0f our old time gossip, Clara Samp-
Professor Haley is conducting a
six weeks review class in arithme­
tic for tiie benefit of the Teachers
Training people.
Dr. J. O. Turner, formerly of
Lowe & Turner, eye special­
ist will be in Falls City again Mon­
day April 24ih at Falls City Hotel.
Mi. and Mrs. W. K. Davis, Otto
Kueebone and Miss Claia Davis
drove to Sheridan Sunday in Mr.
Kneebone'a aut. Mrs. Davis went
to visit her folks, Mr. aud Mrs'
Mason at that place. They report­
ed a very pleasant time and found
the roads in excelleut condition in
Yamhill County.
The Rebekah’s gave a penny st>c-
ial at the Odd Fellows hall W e d ­
nesday night, which was well at­
tended by the members and others.
The orchestra of the Falls City
High School furnished excellent
music for the entertainment dur­
ing the evening. The time was
pleasantly speut by playiug games
which was participated in by the
young people and also by those
who had reached the bald head
age. The sand witches and cake
and other delicacies that had been
prepared for the occasion sold
readily aud more pennies could
have teen realized had there been
more eatables prepared. The sum
netted from the occasion was $7,