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THE FALLS CITY NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Roliert Throck
DEMOCRATS FOR HUGHES.
morton ami Mr. and Mrs. laHnin
Local Nows Hems
motored to New isn't Thursday Polk County Citiions to Support Rt-
has nothing to do with your
making the round trip in one day.
watch. Bring it to us for clean
The liest show at the Item tonight
ing and overhauling. All work
from Salem Thursday morning The Oregonian sends his paper the
it is getting the time ol >eur you w ill need
guaranteed, prices most reason For Sule Two sows and pigs. and took dinner with Mr. and Mrs following bit of interesting political
irrigate your law ns and gardens. To do
I. G. Singleton.
this you w ill ntvd a good huso We have
‘‘Charles Gregory, of this city,
P E R S E Y , The Jew eler,
them and will sell them at reasonable prices
The mill company is beginning
was president of the Wood-
Falls City. Oregon.
Ward Bancroft returned Tues ments for w ater to supply their row Wilson club in 1912 ami has
S E E O U R LAW N M O W ER S .
day from Washington.
mill oond. T he city can not sup been a democrat all his life, has
Marvin Elkins was in Dallas ply them and they are up against registered as a republican and wall
vote for Charles E. Hughes for
the real thing.
last Sunday on business.
DR. W. L. Holloway
Mrs. Emma Hinshaw returned
I. G. Singleton, Frank DeWitte. president this year. He has said
last Sunday from the-Siletz.
G u y Lewis, Clarence O'Brian that while democratic ideus may
« ill bv at Fall* City Hotel
HSft « m KU m S rì
MON,ht V. WKI NkSDAY a n a FRIPA Y
Max Gorfkla of New York visit and R. V. DeWitte left this morn be correct in theory, he believes I
Aiu rnooas of Kech Week.
ing for Corvallis to work in the
ed Miss Yola Selig Tuesday.
Orsdel, sheriff of Polk county sev
N. A. Lunde and family spent harvest. They expect to be ab eral years ago and still registered
R. E.Wll U A MM . L.THOMI . tJN. W. F. N h i i o l s , R.ti.Wlirm,
Sunday with his family at Lentz. sent about forty days.
as a democrat, will support Mr.
\ u l*t, .idcnt
Cashier Anobtunt Cashier
Mrs. Fritz Droege and son Ray
Hughes this year. Observer.
mond are visiting in Roy, Wash
hotel last Saturday night. They
Duck Hinshaw returned Wed
were, married in Portland. Mr.
nesday night from eastern Oregon.
K a i i . h C i t y , I ’ o i h C o u n t y . O h i o , o n
Robert R. Del’oe, Albert Ia»ne
Wilson is the buyer of oak logs
We have a full line of guar
Miss Zatha Hurst of Portland is for the Emerson Co., of Portland. and John Williams. Publicity Com
anteed hot water bottles and
Does u Gem a! Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
visiting Miss Yola Selig this week.
fountain syringes of all sizes
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Byerlcy, mittee fV>r the Indian Fair to l>e
Deposits. Exchange sold on nil points in the United States.
Frank Heydon of the Siletz was Myrtle Trask and Walter Thrasher held at Siletz, Oregon August 23,
and prices. If you need a
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
in this city Tuesday and Wednes visited Mrs. Byerley’s sister, Mrs. 24, and 25 were in this city Wed
good hot water bottle let us
show you one.
H. P. Williams at Pedee Saturday nesday. They are endeavoring to
Austin Titus and Ronald N\ hite night. Miss Noona Williams re make this fair better this year
We have bought some new«
returned Wednesday evening from turned with them for a week's than ever. The fairs held there
rubber goods at a low price
in years gone by are said to have j
and therefore our prices are
been very interesting and well
much lower this year. They
Undersheriff T. B. Hooker of
Mrs. C. M. Olts and Mrs. Win. worth anyone’s time to go and see.
Dallas was here on official business Black were out berrying Thurs
are guaranteed one and two
They will have many unique at
day and found some beautiful tractions, Indian ball games and
Misses Bessie Cleveland and specimens of a rare and curious
Yelma Miller visited at Camp 2 fiower known as Indian Pipe. It other Indian sports.
Mr. DePoe is a very interesting
is a white wax-like fiower shaped conversationalist and is well in-j
■A. Kennedy and V. Headrick of like a clay pipe.
formed. He was educated in
Salem visited Miss Yola Selig Kenneth Oxford who has been Kansas and is fiersonally acquaint
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Ella ed with many of the prominent
Mrs. Emma Hinshaw attended Oxford in IJnn county returned men of Kansas and Oklahoma.
the institute at Chemawa the first last Friday. Mrs. Oxford accom
of the week.
panied him and will visit here
ENFORCING THE LAW.
Dr. G. E. Prime motored to awhile and then go to Tacoma,
The idea that every citizen should
Airlie last Wednesday evening on Wash.
report and prosecute every viola
J. H. (Slim) Brown is having tion of the law that comes to his
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies bad luck. He ran in the Primary knowledge may lie lieautiful in
and other bakery goods, every day for Treasurer and was defeated, theory but it will never be popular
If you need any dental
at the Falls City Bakery.
and now his wife has left his bed in practice. It never has been
work done and if saving
F.rsal Wonderly and Kenneth and hoard without just cause or nor never will be. It might also
rnoney is an object, you
Wonderly motored to Dallas on provocation, “saith the affiant.” be urged that every one should
will be wise to call at once.
Verily the way of the office seeker obey the law, pay his debts and
their bicycles Wednesday.
Not later than Aug. 5,
is not pleasant.
lead an exemplaryjife. The aver
Weatherly confectionery during C. W. Reynolds of eastern Ore age citizen will, when he sees
the absence of Robt. Bradley.
gon was visiting his sister, Mrs. some violation of the laws, turn
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- VV. F. Nichols this week. Mr. aside and if jxrssible avoid beintf
Connel*, a daughter. August 10. Reynolds once managed The News mixed up in it in any way. For
when it was owned by J. C. Hay- this reason it has been found nec «
THE HOME OF HAHT-SCKAFFNER & MAIU CLOTHES.
Her name is Francis Loraine.
essary to employ police and other
A. G. ATWOOD, Dentist
Geo. W. Brentner and family ter of Dallas. He has quit the
executive olficers to prevent crime
Across from Selig’s store.
made an auto trip Sunday to newspaper game and turned his
and bring to punishment the guil
talents into other channels.
Sheridan, Perrydale and Dallas.
ty. This is acknowledged to be
■ '-h t'.-' M
M. L. Thompson, Josh Talbott.
the only way to keep the peace
Ed Rich and wife went to Port
and anyone advocating different
land Tuesday to attend Buyers
is probably insincere and would be
Rev. Tapscott of Dallas preach the last person to bring in a com
plaint. If the officers selected to
Willis H. Jenkins, traveling ed at Oakdale last Sunday.
passenger agent for the Southern
Vernon Murphy w ho is working look after the welfare of the com
Pacific was in the city last Satur- on the road near Perrydale was munity fail to do their duty it is I
up to a higher power to see that it
is done and not expect the ordi- \
Mrs. Esther Montgomery and
citizen to have to see that
her daughter Miss Edith returned
Thursday from a visit at Portland,
,md other points.
The Farmer's Union of Oakdale
DOCTOR’S CAR BURNS UP.
Mrs. Chapin and daughters,
While hastening to Airlie Sun-;
a Theatre or
and Mildred, Estelle Plank- Wednesday evening. August 16th. day afternoon in response to a
Headquarters for Candy and Cifiarr
hurry up call Dr. V. C. Staats met
ington and Edith Johnson, and A program will be given.
some Social •
with an accident that resulted in !
Bob Bradley left Wednesday on a
neighborhood went to Dallas to the loss of his Ford runabout. The
hike to Newport.
took fire from the exhaust and
attend a campmeeting and basket car
was soon a mass of flames. The !
I have for immediate sale two
good320acre homestead relinquish dinner last Sunday which was Doctor rushed the machine into a
conducted by the people of the nearby barn yard and soon had the
don’t forget to have
ments just east of the mountains
llanies extinguished with water
one in Lake county and one in Jef Christian church.
D R . M IL E S ’
from a well, but not until the top i
Katie Barnhart while visiting had
ferson county handv to towns, etc
been entirely destroyed and
• A n ti •
ixith partly improved and are good friends in Smithfield several days the rest of the ear so badly dam- >
BRINQ D E SIR E D R E L IE F.
places. Price $500 each good terms last week attended the social given aged that it was practically be
"I h a v e uaed Dr. M llm ’ A n ti-P ain
for eom e tim e and Had them
if desired. Also all kinds of prop
with you. They are in a P n ill» Invaluable
rem edy fo r headache.
the completion of their new ware
erty to sell, rent or trade.
I h a v e a lw a y s taken g r e a t p leasure
th e m to m y
NEW M. D.
J. O. Mickalson, Falls City, Oer. house.
frien d s, bein g oonddent th a t they
and all other Pains.
w ill bring th e deelred relief. I am
Dr. G. E. Prime has opened per
n ev er w ith o u t them and u ie them
2 5 D o m i , 2 5 C e n ts.
for all a tta c k s o f pain, k n ow in g
manent offices in Falls City. The
Caodi'*s,*Tobaccos’and C igars.'at
th a t th e y w ill n ot d isap p oin t m e.”
IF FIRST BO X IS NOT S A T IS
doctor comes here very highly re
MKS. W . H . HKNSON,
FACTORY, YOUR MONEY W IL L
L. B. WON DERBY'S
W est H aven . Conn.
commended as a physician and
FOR THIRTEEN YEARS NEARLY FOURTEEN
surgeon. He was engaged in the
practice of his profession in Port
Beware of O m tm eots for
land for one year. He then ac
C atarrh T hat Contain M ercury
a s m e r c u ry w ill e u r tly d e s tro y th e se n s«
the position of Hou^h Sur
o f sm ell a n d . o m p ietely d ,r a n ire t h e
of a different faith. The editor of
INDEPENDENT THAT’S ALL!
W hole sy s te m w hen e n te rin g it th ro u g h
th e m u co u s su rfa c e s . Such a r tic le s sh o u ld
the News is a Republican, yet re-
have stood for ail that is best in candy
n ever be u se d e x c e p t on p re sc rip tio n s
The Dalles for one year. His ed We had always supposed that erves the right to criticise his
from r p u ta b le p h y sic ia n s, a s th e d a m a g e
gEST con fectioners feature this well known line
th ey w ill do is te n fold to th> good yo u
ucation, training and experience our friend Woods, of the Falls City friends from Mayor down to Pres
ca n p o ssib ly d e riv e fro m th em . H a ll's
because every package is guaranteed to give
C atarrh C u re , m a n u f a c tu re d b y F . J.
is of the best, and we feel sure he News, was a Republican, but ident of the United States. We
C heney & Co., T oledo, O., c o n ta in s no
full candy satisfaction.
m ercury, a n d Is ta k e n In te rn a lly , a c tin g
will be a valuable and useful judging from the cartoon service have Democratic readers and be
d irectly upon t h e blood a n d m ucous su r
fa c e s o f th e sy stem . In b u y in g H a ll's
If your dealer ca m .o t supply yon rirop us a poatal
in our city and community. he has started, he has come over lieving that they would enioy
C atarrh C u re be s u r e yo u g e t th e g e n u
an d we will give you the Humes of nearby dealers.
into the "party of the people.” something in the line of their be-g
I t ¡i ta k e n In te rn a lly a n d m ade In
Toledo, Ohio, b y F . J . C h e n ey & Co. T e s
tim o n ia ls free.
lief we shall from time to time
S old by D ru g g ists. P ric e 75c p e r b o ttls .
up a little Democratic fiction.
Take Bali a Family FlUa tor eoasttpatioo.
that Hughes’ initial speech at De- the cartoon we used last week.
List week the Monmouth Herald
try it Tuesday was a disappoint Drowning men grasp at straw«, it printed
Private C. A
a picture showing the in
F a ctory and OSlcaa
ment. Too bad! We are of the is said. Some people are so pre ferior of the septic tank of the
3rd Oregon visited at the home of
P o rtla n d
Wm. Ford Sunday. He left Camp
opinion, however, that the Capital judiced that they will not read a Normal school. It is wonderful,
C o n fe c tio n e r y
O re g o n
Withvcomb Tuesday to join his
Journal will suffer greater disap paper of different i*olitica from the strange things that will ac
C om pany
Company now encamped at San
their own, nor listen to a preach'-r cum ulate in such places.
pointment next November.
TH E WAR
TIM E TO IRRIGATE
J. C. TALBO TT
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Bank of Kails City
FRENCH DRY CLEANING
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Men’s Suits, Overcoats and Every Form
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