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H u tu n U y , J u n *
8 , 1916
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GREEN TRADING STAMPS GIVEN DURING THIS SALE
FINS l TH’ s
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g r e a t expansion
A Complete Department Store to Serve You
SALE STA R TS THURSDAY, JUNE 1, AT 9 A. M.
A lot of one-piece dresses, last sea
son'll style, that sold regularly for $12.50
will be offered for a fraction o f their
former value. Wool and silk, they are
worthy o f your attention. While they
last, you can have your choice o f any
one dress for
F R E E! A $3 Gordon Hat will be given
with every men s $15 suit sold during
Here's a desirable lot of suits, also
last season's styles, that sold as high in
instances for 135. Fine broadcloth, che
viots, serges and fancy mixtures for
your approval. If you get here early
Thursday morning, you can have your
choice o f any suit tor only
Need for more room compelled us to lease the building east o f our present
location, and formerly occupied by Simonton & Scott Grocery. Carpenters,
painters and decorators have been busy remodeling these two rooms. A large
archway has been opened between the two stores, making one large department
store, the most c«lhiplete in this territory. We have moved our men’s ready-to-
wear department into the new addition, and when our doors swing open for busi
ness Thursday morning, a new era will have dawned for this concern whose
"honesty policy" during the past seventeen years has built this store’s reputa
tion solid from the foundation. Never have we carried trashy merchandise. A
guarantee goes with every purchase here. Quality is our standard, and in the
future, we will ever strive to continue to build up a store where people o f Folk
county can trade at with an assurance o f satisfaction with every transaction.
Theatre Tickets io Orpheum
The Bee Hive store has purchased
the seating capacity o f the new Orpheum
theater for Saturday matinee, June 3rd,
and will give away tickets, absolutely
free of charge to customers o f this ¿tore.
A special six reel" film,
Seventy-nine pair of Ladies’ black and tan
oxfords, last season’s styles, that sold for
$3.50 regularly, Queen Quality, going for
only per pair.............. .......................... $1.89
A WOMAN’S LAW
one of Fathe’ s strongest recent releases
has been secured especially for us, and
will be shown in conjunction with
V A L U E A F T E R V A L U E is offered during this
Extra Large Turkish Towels .......... 25c
sale, which lack of space prevents us
from quoting here. You will have to be
here early to get the choice o f the good
things we offer however, but in any
event. BE HERE.
PATHE’ S W EEKLY TRAVELOGUE
Lot fancy worsted dress goods that sold
regularly up to $1.50 per yard, to go dur
ing this sale, per yard ....................... 59c
taken recently, and shown here for the
first time. This is the only time these
pictures will be shown. In conjunction,
New shipment o f Bungalow Aprons......
Only seven o f them left. All blue
serges and diagonals. Sizes from 34 to
40. Full length, and sold regularly for
♦20. Offering them now for less than
the cost o f material. You can have one
FR E EI A $3 Gordon Hat and choice o f any
men's dress shirt in the store will be
given free with every men’s 120 suit sold
during this sale.
FR E E I Choice o f any pair men’ s dress
shoes up to $6 value given away free with
every men’s $25 to $28.50 suit sold dur
ing this sale.
........................50c., 59c., 65c., 75c
Be sure and visit this quality store, espec
ially during the opening days. ’ Surprises
on every turn. No matter what you
need, you’ ll probably find it here. Re
ductions in all departments. This is a
money back sale. We insist that you be
satisfied. This has always been our
will be provided. A ticket to this mat
inee will be given to each customer mak
ing a purchase o f 25c. or over at the Bee
Hive any time Thursday, Friday and on
Saturday up to 2:30. Make your pur
chases at this store and enjoy a pleasant
afternoon at Finseth’s expense. Curtain
at 2:30. The new Orpheum will only
seat 584 people, so make your purchases
early- No tickets sold.
THE BEE HIVE STORE
GREEN TRADING STAMPS GIVEN DURING THIS SALE
It is not the noisy man that
certain fancied privileges.
The people o f the United State? makes the soldier in times of need
For you a rose
In Portland grows
j are wont to boast that the "People ; no more than it is the barking dog
Rule," that the president and con that puts up the fight. The
Yes! There will be a rose for you
gress are servants: yet it is piti-J American peop'e are not likely to
ful how little the people know o f j get particularly excited because
diplomatic affairs. "State Sec some o f the F. F. V ’s., come to
rets” possibly hide many an intri grief, but when the reveille is
JUNE 7, 8, 9, 1916
gue and conditions that if known sounded their patriotism will not
Pain and Ilf Health
would bring about a revolution. be questioned.
luesday, Juno 6(h
Crowning of Hose Festival Queen at 8 P. M.
Some things have leaked out with
rob you o f all your
Wednesday. June 7th
regard to the brilliant campaign
POSTAL SAVINGS DEPOSITS
Grand Pageant of School Children 9:45 A. M.
against Spain, that happily result
National Dedication of Columbia River Highway 2 P. M.
Larger postal savings deposits
Thursday. June 8th
ed in the freedom o f Cuba, but
Annual Floral Pageant at 2 P. M.
‘leaves it a question if there was will now be accepted at the Post
Friday. June 9th
really so much glory after all.
Military, Fraternal and Civil pageant 10 A. M.
That the matter could have been an important amendment to the
Chinese Baby Show and parade 3.30 P. M.
Costume parade. Mardi Gras features in evening.
quickly relieve Pain, but
amicably settled, is asserted, but Postal Savings Act just approved
M a ny other attractions not mentioned above.
that war served some o f the big
at the same time, when
ROUND TRIP FARES
interests better than a peaceful
over-work or nervousness
be on sale from all Southern Pacific stations,
solution, and that in order to ex
“ I one* had Urribto
Roseburg and North, June 4th to 9th inclusive,
ploit Cuba it was necessary that
headache« anl feared La
return limit June 12th. From stations south of
Orlppe. I could not at
the United States should hold the be paid. Formerly $500 was the
Roseburg in Oregon and Klamath Falls Branch.
tend to my work. I took
June 4th to 8th inclusive. Return limit June 17th.
reins and that could be done only maximum amount they could
some of Dr. UUea' Antl-
For further information ask local agent or write
Paln Pills and th« pain
through intervention o f arms, just have to their credit. This en
waa quickly cone. Then
J ohn M. S cott , General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
as is being tried to be brought
I etarted usln* Dr. Kllea*
should be used to relieve
Nervine and the trouble
about with regard to Mexico. ilities will be very gratifying to
vanlehed completely and
S O U T H E R N P A C I F IC L I N E S
Standard Oil properties would be thousands o f depositors who have
I felt well and active
more valuable with Uncle Sam’s
IF FIRST BOX, OR BOTTLE. FAILS
armies camped near than Villa in and are anxious to entrust more
TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR htONEY
Spring Valley, Minn.
To the Voters of Polk Coonty.
WILL BE REFUNDED.
the brush or even Carranza. The o f their savings to United States. because o f the restrictions which
president, himself believes that
I desire to thank my friends and
schemes are being worked in the ment that will avoid further em-
Postmaster General Burleson especially those of Falls City and
United States to bring about inter barassment to the public and to and Third Assistant Postmaster vicinity for their support at the
ace to the flag; a threatened in vention. He should go after such postal officials is the doing away
THE M OLLYCODDLE
General Dockery have been tire primary making it possible for me
vasion o f a foreign power, men parties with the same relentless with the limit on the amount
This ephithet has been applied would not be lacking to keep off vigor he is pursuing the submarine that could be accepted from a less in their efforts to secure a to receive the nomination for
County Superintendent o f Public
indiscriminately to all peace-loving the foe and we do not believe fhat question. You can arouse very depositor monthly.
modification o f the limitations
Instruction, and should I be elect
citizens who oppose a bellicose those who so freely apply the eph
Under the old law only $100 j and the new liberalizing legisla
little "patriotism” by the destruc
ed in November I shall certainly
campaign for preparedness as is ithet of mollycoddle would be in
tion of Standard Oil properties, could be deposited in actual tion is particular gratifying to work for the best interests o f the
being advocated by those seeking the lead. The seeming indiffer but the killing of American men calendar months. The amend
for personal agrandisement or fin- ence to the sinking o f English and women along the border and ment abolished this restriction.
Yours very truly.
While the Postal Savings Sy
boats even though Americans have the raids across, such as the
Miss Alemeda J. Fuller.
Because of the Bacealauerate
That the average American citi been aboard is riot due to any Columbus raid brings out the de stem has already proven a signal
sermon here last Sunday, we de
zen is less patriotic than they were lack of patriotism, but because sired patriotism and there was no
Prof. H. H. Lowe, of Carlton,
in 76 is not apparent. There they believe that no loyal Amer lacking for men to cross the bor that more than half-million de cided to have our memorial and
positors have over eighty million peace day service on Sunday next Oregon was in the city this week.
never has been a crisis and a call ican citizen would foolishly do any der in pursuit of the bandits.
"to arms" that the American citi thing to embroil the United States
The term mollycoddle is being dollars standing to their credit, June the 4th at 11 A. ML, in the The professor has been employed
zen did not respond promptly. into a war with any other nation used in bad taste and it will act still it has fallen short o f meeting M. E. Church. All invited. Seats by the school board as principal
of the school for next year.
Today, if there was any real men ¡n order that they might enjoy as a boomerang on he who uses it. the full demands o f the subiic will be reserved for old soldiers.
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