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THE FALLS CITY NEWS
On Tuesday, the 12th, the 4th.
quarterly conference will be held
in the M. E. church, at 2 o’clock
p. m. Dr. Ford will preside, and
will preach at 3.00 o’clock.
SEIZES THE 6.0. P.
Postmaster Mehrling is out on
his farm this week building a silo.
FOURTH QUARTERLY CONFERENCE
Saturday, Hrptcnber 9, 1919
Miss Leta Wintcrmute, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. F.M.
Hellwarth. has returned to her
show at the Cieni tonight home at Phoenix, Arizona.
scarce this sea-
Mr. and Mrs. Mehrling and Mr.
and Mrs. C. L Hopkins motored Democratic WORLD Long Had
Mrs. Fry was in town Saturday to Eugene last Saturday in Mr.
Monopoly of This Idiocy, but
Mehrling’s car to visit relatives,
Opposite Party Is Infected.
Is the distance the balance
Alfred Vick, o f Salem, was in
wheel o f your watch travels year
Mrs. C. I* Hopkins received a
ly. Don’t you believe it needs town Sunday.
telegram Monday announcing the STRING OF INTERROGATIONS
The plainer has boen running a death o f a sister at Abilene. Kan.
examination and oiling at least
The message» came Sunday but TO FEASE WILSON IDOLATERS
once in that time? Then bring few days this week.
Mrs. Hopkins was visiting in Eu
it to us.
G. Sowers is quite ill and is un
gene and did not receive the sad
Qusstionslr* No. 1—Will AU «h* Wit-
news until her return Monday.
P E R S E Y , T h e J e w e le r, der the care of a doctor.
son Notoo Bo at Hi* Notification!
Wonder what has become of the
Mr. ard Mrs. M. L Thomson.
How Did Fool Froo Trado Hit Your
Falls City, Oregon.
Electric Light Franchise?
Miss Bertha Frink and Mrs. Scott
Lino of Business Just Bsforo th*
Walter L. Toose, Jr., Lawyer, Leavett motored to Portland Wed
Battis* Began?— Whan th* War Ba
nesday to meet Mr. lA»avett who
ttis* Dis Will You Woop at tha Fu
arrived from Great Falls. Mont. ■ neral ?
Mrs. Matilda Travis left last They motored over the Columbia (
The question habit grows. You niaj
week for a visit in Idaho.
Highway returning to Falls City
ask a question o f any one. Why should
Will be at Fall» Cily Hotel
W. B. Graham was a business
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs tho dear old |iultllc e>i«iteî Here are
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY ana FRIDAY
visitor at Dallas Wednesday.
a few from the New York Sun for the
C. Frink, several weeks.
Alter noon s ol Each Week.
uiau In the street:
The mill company is building a
you approva of the rivers and har
flume to get water for their pond.
The city council are still setting
Hop pickers are
3 , 5 5 8 3 - 4 M ile s
DR. W. L. Holloway
BRU SH ES
For every purpose; all sizes
and shapes; in all finishes
solid backs; bristles that
won’ t come out— and all at
the fairest price.
TH O M PSO NS
U n til
Sept. 10, 1916
B u s i n e s s Is F a ir
Miss Hammond visited friends up with the Boy Scout building.
in Silverton and Salem over Sun Last Monday night a bill of $56.15j
for giving the building one coat of
and hangring the paper, was
Wm. Ellis of Dallas was trans
As the bill was for
acting business in this city Thurs
of the high cost
Mrs. Esther Montgomery visited
in Salem last Saturday und Sun
The bill o f $45 for oiling the “ in
tersections in front o f the business
Miss Allie Kidby o f Lebanon is
houses” on North Main street was
visiting this week at the Thompson
presented agrain for payment. It
was difficult to understand just
John Hughes and family moved how an “ intersection” could craw!
down from Balderee’s camp last up in front o f the business houses.
A well behaved intersection after
Miss Rose Stirling o f Dallas vis the 12 feet is taken out o f the
ited her morther, Mrs. May Lane, center is a little three-cornered
plot o f ground, a little larger than
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Ellis are ta a tailor’s goose and there are four
king care o f the Bradley confec to each street crossing.
ing to the wav South Main street
tionery this week.
Miss Loeta Dennis o f Salem is was lubricated it would actually
here this week visiting her aunt, have requirred three pints to do
the job. The council held up the
Mrs. W. F. Nichols.
John Hughes and family have bill.
gone to Springfield and other pla
ces to visit relatives.
The Democrats have been de
For sale cheap, two good young
cows, one giving good flow of milk riving much comfort from reports
o f straw votes giving Wilson
now. J. O. Mickalson.
But I want more. Mater
overwhelming majorities, and
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies
ials have raised. I am will
are trying to make themselves
and other bakery goods, every day
believe that they oelieve it.
at the Falls City Bakery.
A little research into the re
S p l i t M y Pro fits
B. M. Webb and family return
cords would prick their little
ed from California last Saturday
on a cash basis
soap-bubble and lay waste air-
where they spent the winter.
you all for your past patron
The town looks lonesome this
A t the Presidential election in
week. Every one who can has 1912, Wilson polled 47,064 votes;
gone on their annual vacation, the Republicans and Progressives
combined, 72 273 making a total
A. G. ATWOOD, Dentist
Mrs. L. L. Gille and daughter, vote o f 120,337. A t the Primary
Across from Selig’s store.
Lucille o f Mt. Vernon, Ore. visited in 1916 the vote for Wilson had
___________________________ her brother, W. H. Dorman and dropped down to 27,558 and the
family last week.
Republican vote was 94,815, a
Mrs. A.E.Seymour was up from
total vote o f 122,713, a gain o f
West Salem Monday. She expects
to amuse herself picking hops till 2,376 since 1912 in the total vote.
A t the Presidental election in
her school starts.
in the United States the
Mrs. Titus, w ife of a Christian
vote was 7,677,544;
minister who formerly preached
in Falls City, died at their home
in Springfield last Week.
6,292,570, and the combined vote
Mrs. R. P. W eaver and her two o f Progressives and Republicans
children, o f Portland have been was 7,611,050.
This shows a
visiting her sister in law, Mrs. W. loss o f 113,037 to the Democrats
H. Dorman the past week.
and 66,494 to the Republicans.
No great occasion for the Demo
Headquarters for Candy and Cigar ‘
Friday night, September 1st, on crats to become hilarious.
W E A T H E R LY CONFECTIONERY.
account o f the death of his father
A Republican may wander from
who passed away that day.
the fold and be seen in strange
C. F. Vick o f Salem was in the camps but he will rarely tarry
cityTuesday attending the monthly long with the Democrats.
meeting of the stockholders of the
bank and attending to other busi
Candies, Tobaccos and^Cigars.'at
L . B . 'W O N D E R L Y ’S
Bute of Ohio, city of Toledo, l _
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he I*
senior partner of the Arm o f F. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business In the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said Arm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED D O LLA R S fo r each and ev
ery case o f Catarrh that cannot bo cured
by the use of H A L L 'S C A T A R R H CURB.
F R A N K J. CHENEY.
8worn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this Clh day of December,
A. D US(.
A. TT c r U.'.SON,
UnitiiTg Learning and Labor
The sale of one-half o f the city
rock quarry was concluded last
Tuesday and Dallas now has the
right to “ shoot-up” that part o f
In its Sis Schools and Forty-eight De
partments it engaged in the great work
town at their pleasure.
ol uniting Learning and Labor.
Forty-eighth School Y ear Opens
The buying and repairing of the
Boy Scout building for a city hall
and reading room has proven to
Degree Courses requiring a four-year
be rather expensive. The council high school preparation, are offered in
should at least post up a statement the following:
letting the taxpayers know what
COMMERCE, 4 Departments; ENGIN
it cost, and why.
Last Saturday while working
on the section near Black Rock
Albert Ronco met with a very
In turning a
rail over the middle finger o f his
left hand was caught between the
tie and the rail stripping the flesh
N o u r y Public.
Hall’* CaUrrh Cure la taken Internally
and acu directly upon the blood and mu from the bone. He had the finger
cous surface* of the system. Send for dressed and went to work Mon
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. O.
day as trackwalker until he will
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take H all's Fam ily Pule f t r constipation.
be able to use his hand.
SEPTEMBER 18, 1916.
EERING , 6 Departments; MINES, 3
Departments; FORESTRY, 2 Depart
ments; HOM E ECONOMICS, 4 Itepart-
menta; and PHARM ACY.
V o c a t i o n a l C o u r s 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
Address T he R e g i s t r a r ,
l W-7-15-16 to S-7-1S)
CORVALLIS. OR ROOM
Do you want tour years m o n of watch
ful waiting, with tho national guards*
man undsrgoing military training in
tropical climat* in midsummsrf
Do you hold that th* duty of tho Unit-
id States is to serve humanity and 1st
its own citiions bo killed and out
Do you fool proud of notos with nothing
What do you think of the Vers Crus
Would you like to have boon an Amsr-
ican soldier at Carrisal?
Do you love Carranza?
Do you believe in a financial regime
conducted largely In tho interest of
ona section of the country?
Do you doairo to cut tha Philippines
loose in order that Japan may gobbls
Do you want four more yoara of
Do you approve of wracking tho diplo
matic service to provide joba for
Arc you in favor of inflation?
Do you baliovo in preporodnoea for a
flood of choap European warss as
toon at peace comes?
Hava you noticed the significant in
crease of imports in tha past year,
daspita tho war?
How did fool frao trado hit your line
of business before August, 1914?
And your friands?
Ware you all chasrsd up by tha Un
derwood tariff bill?
Do you think the doubling of tho in
come tax is fair whila millions'worth
of competitive imports com* in free?
Where arc you going to bo whan tha
war babies die and business slips
back to the cold, hard normal basis?
Can you conceive of any possible good
to you or to tha country from an
other presidential term like tha pres
greed, ignorance, stupidity—general
inaptitude in congress?
DENIES ASSAILING MR. HUGHES
Saw "Authors’ Letter" With
Hie Name Appended.
Percy Mackaye. playwright, whose
mime appeared as one of the signers
o f the so-called "authors’ letter," pub
lished In the newspapers last week,
knew nothing about the matter until
after publication, according to a state
ment given out yesterday at Repub
lican national headquarters. The let
ter attacked Charles E. Hughes' criti
cism of President Wilson as “ non-
constructive" and propounded ten
questions for Mr. Hughes to answer.
In a letter to Mr. Hughes Mr Mackaye
“ My attention has Just been called
to an open letter addressed to you,
printed In the New Y’ ork Herald of
August 2, signed by a number o f pro
fessional writers, among whom my
name Is Included. I beg to send you
this word, to say that I did not sign
the letter aud never saw or heard of
the letter until It was shown to me
It was stated at Republican head
quarters that neither Mr. Hughes nor
any of his staff bad seen the letter
except as It appeared in the newspa
4-4’ 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4> •> + + + + +
4- PO INT8 FROM
T IM E TO IRRIGATE
It ¡ h getting tlu> time o f your you will need
to im itate your lawna and gardens. To do
this you will need a ttood hose- We have
them and will aell them at reasonable prices
M O W ERS.
.1 r. TAI R H T T
K. K .W i l l i a m s ,
M. L . T h o m p s o n , W. F . N ic h o l s ,
R. G .W h i t e ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank o f Falls City
F a l l s C i t y , P o lk C o u n t y . O bcook
Does a General Bankinit Business.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
Polk County Fair
DALIAS, ORE., SEPTEMBER 19-21, 1916.
10 a.m. Ha loon ascension.
1 p. m. Automobile parade.
11. L. Fite hard offers a $10 robe
for the best decorated Ford.
J.L.Collins, agent, Portland, Or.
offers 10 gal. o f ‘*Zerollne” for
best decorated auto in parade.
2 p. m. Address by
2:30 p. m. Vocal
3:30 p. m. High Dive by Capt.
4:00 p. In.
High W ire Walkers.
4:30 p. m. Flying Trapeze and
5:00 p. m. Slide for
10 a. m.
1 p. m. Stock Judging Contest.
Dairy cattle judging, open to
2:00 p. m. High Dive by Capt.
every boy and girl o f school age
in Polk County. Premiums giv
3:30 p. m. High Wire Walkers. | en by the businessmen o f Perry-
dule. 1st. Trip to State Fair
4:00 p. m. Flying Trapeze and
and $2.00; 2d. $2.50; 3d. $1.50;
4th. $1.00 5th, 50c.
4:30 p. m. Slide for Life by
3:00 a. m. Vocal solo—Hallie
7:00 p. m. Band Concert.
3:30 p. m. High Dive by Capt.
8 p. m. Vocal solo—Hallie Par
4.-00 p. m. High W ire Walkers.
10 a. m. Baloon ascension.
1:00 p. m. Stock Parade.
2:00 p. m. Boys and Girls sad
dling and riding contest: prem
ium given by Bank of Falls City.
&00 n. m. Vocal solo Hallie
Reckless extravagance o f the 4*
4- Democrats Is an insult to the 4*
4- American people.
Deserving Democrats! Deserv- 4*
4* Ing In heaven’s name o f what? 4*
We have a splendid system o f 4*
4* government, on paper, but we 4*
4* want that system vitalized.
The pork barrel bill brings a 4*
4* blush of shame to the cheeks o f 4-
4- every American.
I am here because I have a 4*
4- vision o f what America needs.
An Idle American will always 4*
4* feel uncomfortable.
America will not hold her own 4*
4* by high sounding phrases.
Are wo not a nation great 4*
4- enough to have sufficient fore- 4-
4- sight to protect our borders In a 4*
4* sensible fashion by means of 4-
4* sensible preparedness?
If we state our rights tn a 4*
4* Arm and determined manner It 4*
4* should carry conviction. There 4-
4* should be no vacillation In con- 4*
4- nectJon with that assertion.
LIVED IN MISERY.
” 1 suffered gretti? from
aches. The least axclts-
ment gave me dreadful
pain. I began using Dr.
Miles' Nervine and a few
days later started tn take
Dr. Miles’ Heart Treat
ment. I soon got so much
better that I was encour
aged and continued taking
the two remedies until I
was so well that work was
no bother to me at alL”
MRS. LOUIS BIO.
Idaho Falla, Idaho.
4:30 p. m. Flying Trapeze and
5:00 p. m. Slide for
7: )0 p. m.
8:00 p. m. Vocal
apt to affect the nerves,
and continual standing
may weaken the Heart.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
is invaluable for Nervous
troubles, and for the Heart
is highly recommended.
IF FIRST BOTTLE FAILS TO BENE
FIT YOU, YOUR MONEY W ILL BE