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PatunUv, July SW, 101«
THE FALLS CITY NEWS
W. P. Bullis of Black Rock was Countv Superintendent Reynolds j
was in the city this week.
in the city Sunday.
R u b b e r Goods
Work on the City Hull is pro- Mrs. Brown of Dallas is visiting
T IM E T O IR R IG A TE
friends and relatives here.
| greasing slowly.
We have a full line ef guar
Krebs and wife of Dal- W. T. Greer and family of Salem Why Raindrops and the Planets
anteed hot water bottles and | las Archie
were in the city Wednesday.
It is getting tho time of year you will need
and Suns Are Round.
fountain syringes of all sires
irrigato your lawns unti gardens. To do
Bert Wonderly made a business Mrs. Thorne returned from
and prices. If you need a
you will need » good host* Wo have
good hot water bottle let us trip to Dallas Thursday morning. Portland Friday where slie had THE FORCES OF ATTRACTION.
them and will sell them at reasonable prices
show you one.
Shorty Price, the car-tixer of been visiting.
We have bought some new | Black Rock was in Falls City Sun Fred Belcher and l\>nald of Aa • Crowd Qathora In a Clrcla Around
SEE OUR LAW N M O W ER S.
rubber goods at a low price day.
Portland were in Falls City look an Objaot of Intaroot, So Moloeular
and Gravitational Impulses In Mat.
and therefore our prices are
Dr. Atwood received word from ing after business.
much lower this year. They I Salem that his wife was much im Mrs. W. I. Reynolds of Dallas tar Act Toward a Cantar.
J. C . TA LB O TT
are guaranteed one and two proved.
visited her daughter, Mrs. W. F. drops for tho sam e reason that the
Geo. March is laying off from Nichols, this week.
earth h at become a globe- namely,
work this week with a sprained Mrs. Benton, Miss Vicie, Miss because th a t la the shape In which the
internal forces of attraction attalu a
T H O M P S O N S ankle.
balance. In the case of a very large
Roy Bowman went to Monmouth ing the camp meeting at Salem. ami
m assive body like tbe earth It ta
R E.W illiams . M. L. T homfson . W. F. N ichols , K. G.W hite ,
Thursday to visit the Normal There will be an open air meet the attraction of gravltatlou th at con
trola the form, but In th at of a small
t ’reaid t'iit
V ice-P resid en t
C ashier A ssistan t C ashier
body like a raindrop It Is tbe molecular
ing in the Park next Sunday July attraction
Mrs. I. G. Singleton is visiting 30th
at 4 p. m. Special singing Tho Intensity of molecular attraction,
her mother in Monmouth this everyone
Bank of Falls City
which la tho forte th a t holds tbe com
ponents of bodies together, la far great
F ai C it y , P o lk C o u n t y . O hcuon
than th a t of the attraction of gravb
T o M y P atrons Chester Ward is attending the Harley Kerr had his throat er taUou.
but It la exercised over a com
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Free Methodist campmeeting in operated on for quinsy and the parattvely
tnalgultlcant distance. In
Exchange sold on ull points in the United States.
each case, however, tbe resultant of all
Public officially connected with the Bank.
Miss Lillian Marshall was laid
particles la a force directed tow ard the
up with poison oak the first of A few of the pupils of Miss center of mass.
the principle of luertla lime Is
Hammond gave a musical evening alw But ays by required
If you need any dental the Mrs.
force or com
globular outline, is curiously Illustrated
and daughters are at at the home of W. Ward Friday bination of forces for to uuy
set m atter la mo la the m aster fore* and quickly shapes even
work done and if saving Newport Selig
by crow ds or swarm* of sentient
money is an object, you few weeks.
T hus a sw arm of l>ees when
concerned the longer will he the time And Juat aa a spoonful of w a te r lielnga.
It gat here close becomes spherical or
will be wise to call at once.
since that form la heat
all the particles sym m etrically around In the form of one or more round dropa spheroidal,
Mrs. Ellison of Albany came ing.
Not later than Aug. 5,
aulted to Inclose the greatest num ber
T. J. Johnson who works at Bal- It Is upon this principle that the old moleculea tow ard a common center so o Individuals.
hum an crowd certainly would taka
deree’s camp fell off a bridge fashioned shot towers m e operated. tbe entire ocean If It were flung out a A spherical
Ita m rtnhrra were
Miss Ila Buell is visiting at her Thursday afternoon and fractured elevation after passing through a sieve tic ball of w uier rounded lulu that able to choose form tbelr tf poaltloua
up and down as In horizontal spar*
brother’s home in Buena Vista his left ankle. He was brought to to faclUtate Its separation tutu small shape by the gravitational attraction . In Being
confined to one level, they ar
Falls City and given such assis masses, and during their dow nward acting throughout Its whole mass
In a circle, which la
as was possible and taken UtUe spheres by the m utual attraction planets are spherical They hare the section selves
of a sphere.—G arrett P.
Mrs. Dale Belle of Portland tance
A. G. ATWOOD, Dentist
of their molecules, which group them takeu that shat** as iuevttably aa a Servlss In New York Journal
came in Saturday to visit with to Dallas.
Across from Selig’s store.
around a common ceuler.
loose atone rolls down a steep bill
Mr. and Mrs. Hart and three selves
friends and relatives.
W ith very large bodies not broken up Tbelr forms are uot |a-rfect spheres,
Into sm all portion-« the gravitational because they have been subjected to
a man runs for ofllce he
force plays the principal part In shap outside disturbing forces, such as the has to put him self In the hand* of his
Michigan to trade for Falls City a few hours at the home of C. H. ing them, bPcurrse gravitation Is effec centrifugal effects of their rotation on friends.”
tive a t great distances nurl throughout tbelr axes and the deform ations pro
"Yea. my dear."
property. G. D. Treat
vast masses, while cohesion, or molecu duces! by tbe attraction of other planets
"If a wom an ran would ahe have to
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies, i ies, lighted with our little city and the lar attraction. Is extrem ely limited with and of tbe sun Even the heads of put herself In tbe hands of tier wo
regard to the space over which It acts. comets ate spheroidal, although they man friends t"
and other bakery goods, evxrv day beautiful scenerv.
Each molecule attracts a little group are believed to consist of sw arm s of
“I suppose ao."
st the Falls City Bakery.
of other molecules close around It. and small bodies like meteors.
"W ell. 1 do not Imagine many wo
in turn n:(ract their immediate This tendency of masses, n hose com men will run. Think of taking aurh
Mrs. Chas. Guy of Dallas was gentleman at Black Rock last Sat these
neighbors. W ithin the space occupied
parts or particles are free to chances!“— Louisv III» Courier JotiruaI.
visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. urday night with 14 bottles of by a raindrop the m ote-ular attraction ponent
move among one another, to assum e a
Coonrod here Monday.
beer. The sheriff had gone to
Water was turned into the mill Black Rock to watch the antics of
pond Monday. It will probably a bootlegger reported to him. The |
take two weeks to fill it.
gentleman with the beer was*
Alvin Robertson and sons went taken before Justice Hardy Hoi- j
man at Dallas and coughed up|
Headquarters for Candy and Cigar3 to the north forks of the Siletz $25.
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY. Wednesday on a fishing trip.
Postmaster V. P. Moses of Cor
vallis spent Sunday at the home of She (with Not a ncw Bad spuperi—H
J. C. Penney Co. Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Trask.
funny m istake In the report of that
last n ig h t It says that .Mrs I
S. E. Trask and wife and son affair
appeared In a handsome
Victor of Corvallis spent Sunday "am pere" gown.
Instead of "em pire.”
at the home of C. H. Trask and He—Well, “am pere" isn't very far off;
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her gown was a bit shocking — Boston j
Mrs. A. E. Kaiser of Salem re
turned to her home Saturday after "I put through
a big flnanclal deal
a visit with her sister, Mrs. Chas. last week.” rem arked
Mr. Dustin Stax
“I thought you said you were going
a pleasure trip."
Mrs. A. C. Powers left Sunday on “Could
there be any pleasure greater
for visits at Cherry Grove and than putting
through a big Rilanciai
bandies, Tobaccos and Cigars, at Portland.
deal?"—W ashington Star.
L IB. WONDERLY’S
F o r B oys and Giirls, M en and W o m e n .
as far as Dallas.
Bring or send us yopr watches, "W alter, the steak is so tough 1 can't
it w ith this knife.”
jewelry, etc,, for repairing; first- cut “Very
good, sir—I’ll bring you an
Uniting Learning and Labor class work guaranteed; charges other knife,
$ .75 values at “ $ .49 $2.75 values at
T H E OREGON
To encourage talent is to create it.-,
1.00 values at “
.89 4.00 values at
ROBES IN NATURE
THE GOLDEN RULE
A G R IC U LT U R A L C O LLE G E
In its Six Schools and Forty-eight De
partm ents is engaged in the great work
of uniting Learning and Labor.
F orty-eighth School Y ear Open*
SEPTEMBER 18, 1916.
Degree Courses requiring a four-year
high school preparation, are offered in
AGRICULTURE, 16 Departments;
COMMERCE, 4 Departments; ENGIN
EER IN G , 6 Departments; MINES, 3
Departments; FORESTRY, 2 Depart
m ents; HOME ECONOMICS, 4 Depart
m ehts; and PHARMACY.
V o c a tio n a l C o u rs e s requiring an
Eighth Grade preparation for entrance
are offered in Agriculture. Dairying,
Commerce, Forestry, Home Makers, and
Mechanic Arts Pharmacy with a two-
year high school entrance requirement.
.SCHOOL OF MUSIC.- Piano, String,
Band and Voice Culture.
Catalogue and beautiful illustrated
A dd ress T hr R e g is t r a r .
lw-7-18 1* 10 9-7-1«)
1.50 values at
2.00 values at “
t o i l ItoiOasOièS
Pain and II! Health
rob you of all your
Local News Hems
The best show at the Gem tonight
Alfred Vick was in town Sun
Mrs. A. E. Seymour was in the
Walter L. Tooze, Jr., Lawyer,
Wilbur Lewis of Dallas was in
headaches anl feared La
Grippe. I could not a t
tend to my work. I took
some of Dr. Miiea’ A n ti-
Pain Pills and the pain
was quickly gone. Then
I started using Dr. Miles'
Nervine and the trouble
vanished completely and
I felt well and active
Spring Valley, Minn.
quickly relieve Pain; but
at the same tifne, when
over-work or nervousness
is the cause.
R estorative N ervine
should be used
IP F IR B T B O X . O R B O T T L E , P A IL S
T O B E N E F IT YO U , YO UR M ONEY
W IL L RE R E F U N D E D .
5.00 values at
STUDY THE PRICES
Bathing Caps at
25 and 49c
Bathing Hose, black. per pair
Bathing Hose, white, per pair
Women’s Gauze Vests 62 C» 82 C» 10c, I2ÌC. 18c, 25c.
Women’s Afternoon Dresses, $2.98,3.49,3.98, 4.98
25c, 49c, 69c
Women’s Union Suits at
Girls’ Gingham Dresses,
49c, 98c, $1.25. 1.49
25c and 49c
have just received another lot of women’s Middies and Lawn
at the same old price and same good quality, at 98c.
Sandals for infants--sizes, 2 to 5, 69c; for children-sizes, 5 1-2 to 8,
89c: for boys and girls-sizes, 8 1-2 to 11, 98c: for b«ys and girls—
sizes, 11 1-2 to 2,$1.25; for women--sizes, 2 to 6, $1.49; for men-
open shoes, all sizes, $2.49.