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RatuiiUy, July S, 1918
THE FALLS CITY NEWS
We have a full line o f guar
anteed hot water bottles and
fountain syringes o f all sizes
and prices. I f you need a
good hot water bottle let us
show you one.
We have bought some new
rubber goods at a low price
and therefore our prices are
much lower this year. They
are guaranteed one and two
The cost o f mobilizing the N a
Mr®. Frank Butler was a Dallas
tional Guards on the Mexican
Several families have moved border should be charged up to
Frank Wagner and family are
the Wilson campaign fund.
into town recently.
visiting here this week.
Oscar Snelson o f Salem was in
Mrs. A. G. Atwood was taken
Whiskers seem to be a hoodoo
to the Sanitarium at Salem Thurs town this week looking after his to Wilson. He became tangled
up in Carranza's whiskers and
Miss Lilia Courter o f Albany been out generaled. The Hmrhes
Mr. and Mrs. FK>yd Seymour
attended the celebration here the visited her parents, Mr. and Mi's. whiskers are rappidly enveloping
Alex Courter this week.
him and his name will soon be
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer are with the "also runs.”
C. L Barnhart and w ife of
Independence were attending the 1 in Portland visiting their daugh-
It is announced that the suc
I ters. Mrs. Jennie Smith and Mrs.
o f Judge Hughes will not
That it always rains on the Russell Davenport
be appointed by President Wilson j
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grier of
Fourth o f July did not work out
until fall. Some one has the
spent a part of the Fourth
cruelty to suggest that by th a t;
Mrs. Nancy Thorpe and daugh in Falls City. They were accom time the executive will be able to I
ter of Corvalis visited her brother, panied by Mr. and Mrs. Cox of determine just which o f the aspi- j
C. T. West last week.
rants accomplished the most for
Mrs. Ira Mehrling and daugh
Sixty-nine acres o f land in
Michigan to trade for Falls Citv ter, Miss Ella returned from a two
week’s vacation at Newport.
property. G. D. T rea t
They report pleasant weather and
Mrs. A. E. Seymour o f West
Those who congregated at the
a good time.
Salem attendeded the Fourth of
City Park the Fourth expecting
Donald Hodges went to Salem
July celebration here.
to hear a "Fourth o f July Ora
Saturday to meet his sister. tion " were surprised to hear a I
Mrs. Emma Hinshaw has re
Eunice, Hodges o f Eugene. They
Wilson campaign speech. Per
turned to her home after an al>
are spending their vacation with haps the astute politician realized
sence of several weeks.
their mother in Portland.
that only under such a pretext
Mrs. Chamberlain o f
spent the Fourth here.
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C LO S IN G O U T
Our Entire Line o f
LACE C U R T A I N S A T H A L F PRIO E
This is the season o f the year that every good
housewife indulges in house cleaning and old
curtains can be replaced with new ones at
J. C. TALBOTT
R. E.W il l ia m s ,
M. L. T h o m p s o n ,
W. F. N ic h o l s ,
R. G .W h it e ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank o f Falls City
F alls C it
, P o i . k C o u n t y . O
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies, r ivs,
A gang of Austrians were sent as this would he be able to ad-;
and other bakery goods, evi rv day
out on the Teal Creek railroad dress such a crowd and the temp
st the F alls City Bakery.
this week to lay steel. Work is
Earnest Carey, son o f I. B. being pushed as rapidly as poss-
Carey came Wednesday fro m ! i ible to get to the big timber by
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars Idaho to visit his parents.
the time the mill is ready to run.
W E A T H E R L Y CONFECTIO NERY.
W alter L. Tooze, Jr., candidate
Last week a man called "Shorty”
for District Attorney attended the
fell from a 40-foot bridge o f the
celebration here the Fourth.
Willamette Valley Lumber Co. anu
Albert M. Coxe and Thomas M. escapec] without any broken bones
Dennis o f Butte. Montana were in i _ the worst beinK a bruised face.
the city the latter part o f the " g b o r t y ” was walking on the
Caodi«*8, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
L . B. W O N D E R L Y ’S
H o w ’ s T h is ?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh
F . J. C H E N E T & CO.. Toledo. O.
W e. the undersigned, have known F. J.
Cheney fo r the last 15 years, and believe
him p erfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
N A T IO N A L B A N K O F C O M M E R C E
H a ll's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
actin g directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces o f the system. Testim onials
sent free. P rice 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by a ll Druggists.
Take H all's Family Pills for constipation.
Free Methodist Church
Sunday School. 10 A. M.
Preaching 11 A. M.
Class Meeting 12 P. M.
Evening Service 7:30.
N. W e l t e r , Pastor.
M. E. Church
Sunday School 10 A. M.
Morning Service 11 A. M.
Junior League 3:80 P. M.
Epworth League 7 P. M.
Evening Service S P. M.
Week Day Services
Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30
Teachers Training Class, Friday 8
W . .J. W a r r en , Pastor.
Seventh Day Adventist Church
Sabbath School 10 A. M.
Preaching or Bible Study 11 A. M.
Young Peoples Meeting 3:30 P. M.
Editor Lew A. Cates o f the Dal-
las Observer was in our city at-
tending the Fourth o f July cele-
Miss Mabel Sheppard o f Salem
played at the Gem theatre Tues-
day evening in the absence of
guard rail and stumbled and fell
0ff the bridge. His fa'I was
broken by the bridge braces, strik-
¡n(r one and then the other until
he reached the bottom.
Miss Mary Kunsman who has
been visiting at the home Mr. and
i Mrs. Ira Mehrling has returned to
her home in More. Miss Kuns
man was called by a telegram
stating that her father. J. W.
Kunsman was drowned in the
cloudburst at Sherman county the
30 th of June. Mr. Kunsman once
lived in Falls City and will be re-
red by many of the early
tation to prostitute the day was
too much for him.
"C arranza’s reply to the Unit
ed States having made war a re
mote possibility, there is much
disapointment among politician-
patriots, who expected to win
glory by raising volunteer com- j
panies and regiments for the
"second call.” - P o lk
I f there be any such patriots
in Polk County why not name;
Close attention to
work is the cause
of much Pain and
Obtain relief by
taking one or two
The only real kind o f prosper
D R . M ILE.S*
ity is the kind that grows nat
A W F U L S U FFE R IN G .
urally in time o f peace from the
" I Buffered u n to ld a g o n y
w it h n e u ra lg ia . I th o u g h t I
Mrs. S. W. Wingo returned
Then tone up the Nervous
w o u ld go m ad w ith pain. A
This is the kind o f
Sunday from the Dallas hospital
frie n d ot m ine a d vlaa d m e
where she underwent an operation
prosperity the Republican party
System by using
to t a k e Dr. M iles' A n ti P a in
1111a 1 did ao an d th a p ain
has always advocated. It would
a lm o st
Dr. M iles'
The work on the milll pond is
make the question o f prepared
T h e n I com m en ced u sin g
being rushed. A number of wheel
ness dependent solely on the mil
I > . lili e s ' N e rv in e a n d b e
fo r e lon g I w a s a o th a t I did
scrapers were put on Wednesday
itary needs o f the country, and
n o t h a v a th e s e p a in s a n y
and the dirt is being moved rapid
not on the necessity o f prevent
m o re .”
B J. W IN T E R ,
IF F IR S T B O T T L E . OR BOX. F A I L «
t i l E . P la t t e A v e ..
CARD OF THANKS.
ing a panic by keeping industries
TO H E L P YO U , YO U R M O NEY W IL L
C o lorado S p rin g s. Colo.
BE R E F U N D E D .
C. M. Olts and family returned
w « desire to express our thanks alive with government money |
Tuesday from Toledo where Mr. to friends who so kindly assisted alone—Green Bay (W is) Review.
Olts had been working at the mill an^ sympathized witn us during
until it shut down about a month ^ e last illness and death of our
"Steal the Republican cam
beloved wife, daughter and sister, paign thunder,” is the policy o f
\r „ »
T t , « , _ _ _ _ .
i Mrs. Pearle Fisher, who passed Wilson.
Get the Progressives
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer left
. . . ... .
u r j „1
. „ ..... • | from this life to that Great Beyond into the Democratic party is the
W ednesday morning for a visit in !
immediate aim o f the President.
Portland and points in Washing-1on ' u ^0 .__'
he rolls himself in the A m eri
ton. They are taking their annual |
flag, shouts Americanism,
J. S. Talbott and family, and strives to outdo Theodore |
Bring or send us your watches,
J. C. Talbott and family, Roosevelt in imitation o f that
jewelry, etc,, for repairing: first-
F. L. Talbott and family, leader’s vigorous patriotism, and |
class work guaranteed; charges
When summer comes and a vaction
U. S. Talbott.
insists on a suggestion o f Protec
reasonable. ,W . A. Persey, Jeweler,
Outing is planned, remember N ew
tion in the party platform th ro’
port is cool. The breeze from off
List of Unclaimed Letters.
Richard Paul returned last Sun
may be deluded in believing the
the mighty Pacific never fails. With
day morning from Oregon City
Democratic mule can be disguis- \
the many diversions and attractions
where he has been working. He
ed by a blanket o f claims an d ;
to pass the hours away, surely you
says that everything is lively and
Eggers, S. M.
plenty o f work at good wages.
could find no better place for your
Miss Ruth Ritenour returned
POLK COUNTY IN LINE
Wednesday morning to Hickville,
Smither, A. M.
Edward D. Baldwin, Secretary |
Ohio. Miss Ritenour went to take
o f the Republican State Central j
The Cost Is Low
the body o f her mother, Mrs.
Collins, Mrs. N. S. 
Committee 1912-1914 was in Falls !
Priscilla Ritenour who died last
Round Trip Tickets are on sale daily from all
Mitchell, Mrs. Hattie
Southern INtcific stations in Western Oregon.
City Monday night. He is visit
January, back to their old home.
The return limit is Oct. 31st.
ing Walter L. Tooze, Jr. o f Dal- j
Wm. Lee, the poultryman was
las and viewing the political s itu -!
in town Monday and plead guilty
Report of the condition of the
o f Polk County.
He is ’
to trading horses as was stated in
Daily Trains from Albany and Corvallis
the News last week, but says that
at Falla City, in the State of Oregon, at
I nott, Congressman for Eastern |
make excellent connections.
he got his money back. He says
the close ol business June 30tb, 1916
Oregon and was prominently j
Write for illustrated booklet "N e w p o rt” or ask local
that the horse traders guaranteed
ai?ent for complete information.
loans and discount«
, mentioned as a candidate
the horse to pull its half o f his
John M. Hcott, General Passenger Agent. Portland, Oregon
Bonds and warrants
8,769 63 ' Secretary o f State
opposed to |
wagon out o f town, and when it FurWture. and fixtures
refused to pull, he made the said
Due from approved reserve banks t.937.97
horse trader give his watch and Cash on hand
over the outlook for the party
$5, he gave to boot, back, so he | J E*ren*e»
T otal ,
this fall and predicts the greatest
got the experience without cost.
victory in the history o f presi recall them to the American Bid« bear it. Now let’s see who bears
} Capital stock paid in
elections. The mess W il
Mr. Baldwin intended to m ake, Wilson’B War Tax.
( S u t d I u s Fund
Undivided p r o f i t * , leia expenses
son has made o f the Mexican an old-time Fourth o f July speech
> and taxes paid
affair can not be attributed to at Falls City but was unable to and express bills must bear a
’The I. O. 0. F. lodge installed 5 Postal savings bank deposits
) Individual deposit» subject to
Do you imagine these
anything but incompetency. The do so. He will be re-e'iected us stamp.
officers for the ensuing term last j check
belated call o f troops to the bor state secretary and
Saturday night. The following ( Demand certificates of Deposit,
make an companies fopt the bills? There
j Time and saving deposits
5 438 23
were installed: N. G.; E. R. Palmer
der on less provocation than has aggressive campaign.
are thousands o f articles used
T o t a l . 155.1*85
been numbers o f times before is
V. G.; Byron Murray, Sec.: Wm. / State of Oregon ) „
by everyone on which tribute^
/ County of Polk, ) “ •
regarded as political bunk and
H. Murray, Treas.; Geo. M. Tice,
1, R. G. White. Aat. Cashier of the above-
must be paid- And who pays it?
A LAME EXCISE
named hank, do solemnly swear that the
won’ t down with the American
W'arden, D. L. Wood, Jr., Conduc above
statement is true, to the best ot my
tor, H. A. Hindman; I. G.; E. C.
The Salem Capital Journal in Certainly not the big corpora
R. G. WHITE. Assistant Cashier
Hindman; O. G.; T. D. Hollowell;
an attempt to ju s tify the Wilson tion, or if they do it is taxed up
Subscribed and aworn to before me this
ble o f bristling notes and cow War Tax, the admjniat ration had to the consumer and the fellow
R. S. to N. G.; J. R. Moyer; L. S: 5th day of July. 1916.
W .F. NICHOLS
ardly back-downs. He has abso to levy to make up (deficiencies
to N. G.; L B. Murray; R. S. to
least able must bear the tax.
V. G.; G. D. Treat; L. S. to V. G.; Commission expires Oct. 6,1919
lutely refused to withdraw the in the revenues says the tariff
Thus we have a tariff that affords
A. E. Smith; R. S. S.; J. C. Talbott. J Correct—Attest
troops from Mexico until Villa was unjust as it, perm itted the
M. L Thompson.
protection against foreign
Ira C. Mehrling
L. S. S.; N. A. Lunde; Chaplain )
is captured, yet today he is for shifting o f the cost of govern no
mulating a plausable excuse to ment upon those least able to competition.
Bank o f Falls City
The best show at the Gem tonight
C. Gilo was up from Hoskins the
Walter L. Tooxe, Jr., Lawyer,
George Brown returned to Salem
W. P. Lewis o f Dallas spent the
Fourth in this city.
Cecil Ouderkirk was a Dallas
Ira C. Mehrling made a business
trip to Dallas Monday.
Robert Throckmorton and wife
went to Portland Monday.
A. V. R. Snyuer o f Dallas at
tended the Fourth here.
The recent rains have been a
great help to the grain and hay