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T H E WAR
has nothing to do with your
watch. Bring it to us for clean-
The best show at th* Gem tonight
ing and overhauling- All work
Walter L. Tooae, Jr., Lawyer,
guaranteed, prices most reason.
PER3EY, Tha Jeweler, “ A cold day in August" is no
joke here. We have them.
Falls City. Oregon.
Mrs. F. Droege returned Mon
day from a visit in Roy, W ash.
A. L. Benson of Salem was vis
iting friends in Falls City Tues
DR. W. L. Holloway
For Sale-32 yards hit-and-miss
W ilt b* a t F all, City Howi
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY a n a FRIDAY
carpet. Mrs. W. B. Gibson. Phone
Aiternoon« of Each Week.
A. B. Clement of Missoula.
Mont., came Sunday to visit rela
Miss Vola Selig and Miss Zertha
Hurst spent Saturday and Sunday
We have a full line ef guar
For sale cheap, two good young
anteed hot water bottles and
cows, one giving good flow of milk
fountain syringes of all sizes
now. J. O. Mickalson.
and prices. If you need a
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies.Pies
good hot water bottle let us
and other bakery goods, every day
show you one.
at the Falls City Bakery.
We have bought some new
A. E. Seymour, one time a citi
rubber goods at a low price
of this place was v isin g
and therefore our prices are
here this week.
much lower this year. They
Mrs. V. J. Tumidge of Willa-
are guaranteed one and two
mina came Wednesday to visit
her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Coonrod.
Miss Leta Wintermute of Phoe
nix. Ariz., arrived Monday to
spend several weeks visiting her
sister. Mrs. F. M. HeUwarth.
The unloading engine and drag
saw belonging to the mill company
were moved to their new position
Mrs. High Donnely and daugh
ter Madge of Portland are visit
ing Mrs. Donneley’s sister, Mrs.
Robert Wonderly, this week.
Lowering the grade on the log
road and putting in the fill
If you need any dental
new track south of the mill
work done and if saving
money is an object, you
■will be wise to call at once.
Mrs. I. G. Singleton left Tues
Not later than Aug. 5.
day morning for Halsey where
she will preside over the cook
wagon for the threshing crew.
A. D. Bechtel and Fred Swan
son of Salem were business vis
itors here this week. Mr. Bechtel
is a prominent real estate agent of
A. 6. ATWOOD, Dentist
Across from Selig’s store.
Chas. Dill and Harley Kerr re
turned from a hunting trip on the
McKenzie Thursday night. They
spent considerable of their time
Nothing like taking an outing.
The Dallas people come to Falls
City; the Falls City people *,o to
Black Rock and the Black Rock
people go to Balderee’s.
Mrs. Robert Wonderly and her
sister, Mrs. Donneley, and her
niece Miss Madge left, Thursday
on a hike to the homestead. They
expect to be gone a week.
Dr. G. J. C. Wintermute who
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
has been spending the summer at
WEATHERLY CONFECTIONERY. the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Hellwarth, departed for his home
in Ohio Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mickalson of
Brownsville, who have been visit
ing their son, J. 0. Mickalson, W t
'riday for Cottage Grove where
they will visit their daughter.
Fallers and buckers for the mill
company commenced operations
last week at :.he old camp. There
several weeks work to be done
before the camp will be moved.
Mrs. Phillip Gottfreid, Mrs. S.
Candies, Tobaccos and Cigars, ¡Ht|
W. Wingo and three children, Mrs.
L. B. WONDBRLY’S j;
Mae Lane and two childron, Olive
Deal, LaVeta, Remillal and Cora
Howell left Wednesday for a
«Beware of Ointments for
hike in the vicinity of Bla: k
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
aa m e r c u ry w ill a u r e ly d e s tro y t h e e e n a e Rock.
o f sm ell a n d c o m p le te ly d e r a n g e t h e
w h o le s y s te m w h e n e n te r in g It th r o u g h
J. 0. Mickalson was in Salem
the m u c o u s s u r f a c e s S u ch a r tic le s s h o u ld
B a r e r b e u se d e x c e p t o n u re sc rlp tlo n e
from r e p u ta b le p h y s ic ia n s , a s th a d a m a g e and other parts of the Valley the
th ey will d o U te n fold to th e good you
c a n possibly d e riv e fro m th em . H a ll's first of the week on real estate
Catarrh C u re , m a n u f a c tu re d by F. 1.
He says that Salem ap
Cheney * C o.. T oledo, O.. c o n ta in s no business.
mercury, and le t a k e n In te r n a lly , a c tln # pears to be a very busy place and
T lrectly upon t h e b lood e n d rr j'-oue s u r -
i of t h e ey e te m
In b u y in g H a ll’s
r rh C u re b e s u r e yo u g a t th e g e n u - that the crops in the valley look
It le taken I n te rn a lly a n d m a d e l a
ledo, Ohio, b y F. J. C h e n e y A C o. T e s - very good.
als tre e .
A. J. Bald jvin, demonstrator for
• o l d b y D ru g g ist* . P l i c a 71c p e r b o t t l *
T a k e ■ o il's F am ily P ills to r eoaaU patioa.
the Cereo concern at Salem was
in town this week advertising this
A. F. Courier and Vansel went new drinking beverage. It is
manufactured by Dr. Hagel at
to the mountains Thursday.
Salem and is an Oregon grown
Ralph Adams came up from product. Its drinking qualities are
Portland to visit with his family. better than tea, coffee, or poetum.
To My Patrons
Pstuidsv, Aui(u*t Iti, Hilft
THZ FALLS OITT NEWS
C. L Hopkins made a business J. S. Talbott came in from the
Siletz Wednesday where he has
trip to Dallas Wednesday.
J. C. Talbott and wife were had a crew of men at work.
Chester Ward fractured several
Portland visitors this week.
Mrs. E. Wren of Portland visit ribs last week by fulling on some
ed her mother, Mrs. Bert Buell rocks at the swimming hole near
Mrs. Maggie Florence of Efrata,
Miss Margurita Dorman has
came Friday morning to
gone to Salem to visit friends and
brother, G. W. Brentner
relatives for ten days.
W. H. Dorman has just finished
picking loganberries. He sold Mrs. M. L Robertson acting as
chaperon for a bevy of young
over 6 | tons from his 2\ acres.
ladies left Tuesday morning on u
R. Paul finished painting the
High School building Wednesday
Clement of Ranier, former
noon. The building was given a
manager for the mill com
coat of paint which improves its
this place canie Thursday
looks. He started to work Thurs
to visit friends.
day morning repainting the build
Thrasher and family
ings owned by the North Star
Otte and family
Brewing Co., of Portland.
Mrs. W. L. Prime and daughter,
Miss Essie of Salem, and Miss
Herschel l^ewis was able to lie
Alice McKee of Portland visited
her son, Dr. Glen EL Prime here out Wednesday, the first time
Sunday. They motored to the since his accident. He is feeling
Frank Heydon homestead and took fine and a speedy recovery is ex
dinner in the woods. The roads pected.
were very rough and coming back
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer re
the tire on the hind wheel blew turned Thursday from their
month’s vacation visiting friends
and relatives at Portland and
points in Washington.
W. P. Anderson, an employee on Mrs. Cahpin and two daughters.
the bridge construction work of Miss Plankington and Robert
the Teal Creek Railroad fell Mon Bradley returned Friday morning
day while at work near the mill from their hike to Newport. The
and was injured. He fell onto a tan on their faces indicates that
pile of a rubbish, breaking several they have been listening to what
the “ Wild waves were saying.”
REV. G. F. HOPKINS. D. D.
On Sunday next the 20th the
Rev. G. F. Hopkins, D. D. of Port
land will preach morning and
evening in the M. E. Church. Also
at 4 P. M. in the Park. His sub
ject at the morning service will be
“The Conference Claimants.”
BETTER BABIES CONTEST.
The Polk County Fair associa
tion has set September 20 as
"Better Babies Contest” Day.
Entries must be made out and re
turned before the opening day
Sept. 19. These blanks should be
returned to either Mrs. J. R.
Craven or Miss Della B. Viers.
List of Unclaimed Letters.
Bell, F. M.
Baker, VV. H.
Tompkins, J. H.
A pleasant little birthday party
occurred at the home of Mrs. A.
B. Graham when her little grand
son, Walter celebrated his 7th
birthday, Tuesday, August 15th.
The little folks played games and
enjoyed themselves immensely. A
good dinner was served at noon
by Mrs. Graham, after which
they departed for their homes
wishing him many happy returns
of the day.
LADIES AID HOLD MEETING
The members of the Ladies Aid
Society and the C. W. B. M. of the
Christian Church held their August
meeting at the home of Mrs. Ran
dolph Butler August 10. Every
body taking well filled baskets, a
a bountiful picnic dinner was serv
ed on the lawn at 12 o’clock. At
2:30 a business meeting was held
and a short program was render
ed, after which all went down to
Teal creek. A few of the ladies
went in wadeing. One rather
large lady accidently fell into the
creek, but it is hoped that no
grave results will follow. Those
present: Mr. and Mrs. Randolph
Butler, Mrs. E. Butler, Mrs. J. S.
S, Powell, Mrs. Jack Purdy and
daughter, Mrs. C. Persuet and
two daughters, Mrs. O. Elle and
four children, Mrs. G. Elle, Mrs.
Crone, Mrs. Paul and three chil
dren, Mrs. Dorman and two
daughters, Mrs. Z. Batourney and
son, Mrs. G. Anderson and son,
Mrs. John Chamberlain and two
children, Mrs. B. Brown and son,
Mrs. Rob Wonderly, Mrs. Skeels,
Mrs. Arthur and three children,
Miss Eva Harris, Mrs. Thorne.
IR®»»»«!'« osarf g v m
TIM E T O IRRIGATE
It in getting the time of year you will need
to irrigate your lawitH and gardens. To do
this you will need a good hose We have
them and will sell them at reasonable prices
SEE OUR LAWN M OW ERS.
J. C. T A L B O T T
It. E .W il u a m s , M .L T hom pson . W. F. N h iio l h ,
R. O .W hitic ,
Cashier A ssistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F alls C it y , P olk C ounty .
Does a General Banking Business. Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on ull points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
T H E “GREATER OREGON“
W H h n ew b z l l d l n i « . H o lla r o«|ul|»m »N t. an d
■ inn* « t ld lllo iu lo It« fn r a liy , th a I n l t t n l l r
o f O r e g o n w ill b e g in Its fo r ty flr a l yaar. T ut*
d n y. b a p ta m b a r I t . I t I # .
ttMM-lal ( m in in g In C « m m « r r * . J n a r n n lU m ,
A r r h lta r tu r * . L a w . M m llr lu e .T M t hi»»*, l ibra
r? W o r k . H u s h . I 'h y a lm l T r a in in g an d f l u «
A ria. L a rv a a n d l in in g <1 ap art m a n ia o f Ltbar*
nl M u r a iltin .
L i b r a r y o f a i o r a t h a n 6 « . t o t « o l u m a a , f ir
l o a n b u i l d i n g « f u l l y a t | u l p p * d . t w o «(il a n d ld
gym im ilum a.
T u i t i o n K r« a. D o m i I t o r l a a f o r m a n a n d ( o r
y .im n irs l u a e ii.
W rit# fo r fm n a n la la ca .n d d ra > a a ln g K a g U tm r
UNIVERSITY O F OREGON
ARE YOU ONE OF THEM?
There are quite a number of
subscribers, presumedly, honest
citizens, who are in arrears for
their subscription. The cost of
paper and other materials used in
the printing business have ad
vanced practically double the price
of a few months ago making it
necessary for the newspaper pub
lisher to economize in every way
possible as well as to insist that
overdue accounts be paid. If you
have any suspicions that you are
in arrears don’t be bashful but
come in and pay up.
Uniting Learning and Labor
T H E OREGON
A G R IC U LT U R A L C O L L E G E
In its S ix Schools a n d F o rty -e ig h t D e
p a rtm e n ts is e n g ag e d in th e g re a t w ork
of u n itin g L ea rn in g anil L abor.
F o r ty -e ig h th S c h o o l Y ea r O pens
SEPTEMBER 18, 1916.
D e g r e e C o u rses re q u irin g a fo u r-y ea r
h ig h school p re p a ra tio n , a te o ttered in
th e follow ing:
A G R IC U L T U R E ,
16 D e p a rtm e n ts;
C O M M E R C E , 4 D e p artm en ts; E N G IN
E E R IN G , « D e p a rtm e n ts; M IN E S , 3
D e p a rtm e n ts; F O R E S T R Y , 2 D e p a rt
m e n ts ; H O M E E C O N O M IC S, 4 D e p a rt
m e n ts ; a n d PH A R M A C Y .
V o c a t i o n a l C o u r s e s re q u irin g an
E ig h th G rade p re p a ra tio n for e n tra n c e
are offered in A g ric u ltu re . D a iry in g ,
C o m m erce, F o re stry , H om e M a k e rs, and
M echanic A rts. P h a rm ac y w ith a two-
y e ar h ig h school e n tra n c e re q u ire m e n t.
SC H O O L O F M U SIC .— P iano, S trin g ,
B and a n d V oice C u ltu re
C atalo g u e a n d b eau tifu l illu stra te d
b o o k le t free.
Address T h e R k g ist b a » ,
1 w 7 - l | ie t o 9 7 1«)
C O R V A L L IS . O R E G O N
—Carter In New York Evening Sett
T H IN O S
M. L. Thompson and family,
OPEN AIR MEETING.
Mrs. F. M. Hellwarth and sister,
An open air meeting will be held
Miss Leta Wintermute departed
the park on Sunday next at 4
Thursday by auto for Newport
via the Siletz Basin. They will P. M. Everybody welcome. Get
right with God.
FAVORS WOMAN SUFF RAGE.
Some time ngo a consideration
of our economic conditions and
tendencies, of the position of
women In gainful occupations,
of the nature and course of the
demand, led me to the conclu
sion that the granting of suf
frage to women Is Inevitable.
Oppoaltlon may delay, hut lo
m y judgment cannot defeat this
movement If women are to
hafe the vote, as I believe they
are. It seems to me entirely
clear that in the Interest of tbo
public Ufe of this country the
contest should be ended prompt
ly. I favor the rote for women.
—From Mr. Hughes' Speech of
AD EQU ATE F E D E R A L W O R K
MEN’S COMPENSATI ON
I stand for adequate federal
workmen's compensation laws,
dealing not only with the em
ployees of government, but with
those employees who are engag
ed In Interstate commerce, and
are subject to the hazard of In
jury, so th st those actlrttlea
which are within the sphere of
the constitutional authority of
congress may be dealt ’with un
der a suitable law.—From Mr.
Hughes' Speech of Acceptance.
toûoü to d M fâ s '
W hen travel
a Theatre or
don’t forget to have
DR. M IL ES'
■ A n ti •
with you. They are in
valuable for Headache
and all ocher Fains.
as D o s t,
IF F IR S T S O X IS N O T S A TIS
F A C TO R Y , Y O U R M O N EY W IL L
■RW ra DBSIREO R E L IE F.
• 1 t e r * usad D*. Mile** A a tl-P U n
Pflls for «oms tim « a n d Aad tham
a n laval nabi« raaaedy fo r banda ch*.
I b a v a alw aya tak e n g ra a t pis* aura
In racom m endlng tb am to my
friands, b ain s confident th a t tb ay
will bring th a daalrad ra lM . I am
navar w ttbout tbam a n d uaa tbam
for ali atta ch a of pain, know lng
th a t tb ay will n o t diaappoint m*.
MBS. W . H . B KHBON.
W ast H e ra n . Cona.