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Saturday, October 2H, 191ft
THE FALL8 CITY NEWS.
W A T C H ES
7 Jewel in Silveroid Case $3.00
Every watch guaranteed a in>r-
Ingersoll Dollar Watches for
P E R S E Y , T h e Jeweler,
Falls City, Oregon.
DR. VV. L. Holloway
W ill be *t Falla C ity Motet
MONDAY, WKi'N KSl>A Y a n a FRIDAY
Afternoon* of hatch Week.
For every purpose; all sizes
and shapes; in all finishes
solid backs; bristles that
won’t come out—and all at
the fairest price.
This $2.50 Aluminum Cooker
The cost of Alum inum has doubled since we ordered these lifetime
Cookers. A t present prices, this offer would be impossible. So, in all
probability, after our supply is exhausted, it cannot be made again.
Next week the grocers of this city will once more feature this
Quaker Cooker offer. And for the last time,' we believe.
We have supplied Cookers now to over 1,000,000 homes. We have
-supplied $2.50 Aluminum Cookers for $1 to Quaker Oats users. But
-,io offer ends with our present supply, and probably forever. Unless
Aluminum drops 50 per cent, we cannot again offer a Cooker like
this for $1.
But next week only we make the offer below. You can get this
Cooker for $1, by buying two of our cereals which should be cooked in it.
This offer is made to induce better cooking. To bring you Quaker
Oats and Pettijohn’s cooked in perfect form, with the flavor kept in
tact. Our reward will come in your doubled delight in these foods.
But we supply only one to each family.
Unless you have the right flakes, right cooking does not help much.
But, if you use Quaker Oats and Pettijohn’s,thiscookerisyoursfor$l.This
is for one week only. Get the packages from any grocer named belbw.
TH O M P S O N S
One W eek Only—Your Last Chance
I a T i t l e * f>urcf'ase two packages of Quaker Oats and one package of Pcttijohn’s or three pack-
V / U I vJ r r ~ r I S 1 I l l s , ages of either. Get a Sales Slip from your grocer showing the purchase. Send us check
or money order for $1 w ith th e Sales Slip and we will mail the cookei 'y parcel post. We ask the Sales Slip just to show
that you use our cereals. Sales Slips must he mailed next week. This offer applies in this vicinity only. Address
The Quaker Oats Company, 205 Maynard Building, Seattle, Wash.
Q uaker Oats
Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
All the world over, Quaker Oats holds first place among oat foods. Oat
lovers of a hundred nations send to us to get it. A billion dishes are
consumed each year. Nowhere in the world do connoisseurs find any oat
food to compare with it.
The reason is this: Quaker Oats is made from queen grains only—just
the big, plump, luscious oats. No puny, starved grains are included. A
bushel of the choicest oats yields only ten pounds of Quaker.
The result is a flavor which has won the world—a flavor which is match
es Yet these large and luscious flakes cost you no extra price.
• •; stores in oats a wealth of vitality, which everybody needs. We
. a to know this fascinating vim-food, made as we .make it and
cooked in our way.
Caodi^s, Tobaccos and Cigars,'at
L. B. WONDERLY’S
Rolled W h ea t with 25% Bran
A M odern Bran Dainty
T he Extra-Delicious Vim -Focd
Flaked from Q ueen O ats Only
Every doctor advises bran, as essential to right living. It is Nature’s
laxative. Everybody every day should eat it. It means better health, better
spirits, sunnier days. Without it, our diet o | fine food forces folks to drugs.
Pettijohn’s is made to meet doctors’ requirements. The bran is hidden
in flavory flakes of wheat. The food is o morning dainty whi-th everybody
likes. Yet it contains 25 per cent tender bran.
The bran is iu flake form, which makes it doubly efficient. Ground bran
will not do.
Try Pettijohn’s one week. Note its delightful effects. Never again will
you go back to a branless diet.
Then try Pettijohn’s Flour. It is 75 per cent fine patent flour mixed with
25 per cent bran flakes. Use it like Graham flour in any recipe.
These Grocers Will Feature the Cooker Offer Next Week
F A L L S CI T Y Y M E R C A N T I L E C O M P A N Y .
FALLS CITY. 0 «F Q 0 N .
Mrs. C. L. Hopkins attended the
camp dropped some sparks that
Mr. Fred Chapin is visiting his
Mrs. E. A. LaDow, Mrs. Thos.
revival meetings at Dallas last mother, Mrs. Ada Chapin.
Kneebone and her daughter, Elsie
Five of the spans of the trestle set it on fire. On their return the
spent the day Wednesday at the
Teal creek on the Falls City crew found the trestle on fire.
Mrs. W. T. Grier of Salem visit home of Mr«. Mary Miller.
Fresh Bread, Cakes,Cookies,Pies ed Mrs. C. L. Hopkins Monday.
Logging company’s road was The work of repairing was be
Mrs. J: F. Hagar returned Sun burned Monday. It is supjiosed gun immediately and it is ready
and other bakery goods, every day
Mrs. I. G. Singleton went to day evening to her home at Mon that the locomotive on its trip to for traffic again.
at the Falls City Bakery.
Monmouth Tuesday to visit friends mouth after a few days visit with
Three things a man should not
her sister, Mrs.H. A. LaDow, and | —
Mrs.George Reece who has been friends.
be ashamed of:—His parentage,
ailing for some time is much im
his religion and his politics.
LIKE FALLS CITY
Avon Gottfreid came last week
from Great Falls. Montana to visit A. H. Dodd has been down to
Having an open week Or.G. W.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Irish Bend helping his, sons, Percy Pardey proprietor of the HIZZ
! and Lester.
Remedy company, said las it Satur
night, thp.t he did net know
County School Supt. Reynolds
C. L. Hopkins and D. Ferguson
place than Fall« City to
and wife of Dal’as were visiting have been repairing F. K. Hub
time; that the show
their daughter, Mrs. W. F. Nich bards house.
Close attention to
along and would
Ed Bennetcame from Pendleton be free with the exception <of two
work is the cause
Dode Thrasher who was injured to visit his brother Bob and sister, nights.
The doctor’s office is still crowd
of much Pain and
last week while working at Spaul Mrs. Fred Dueltgen.
dings’ camp has returned from
The mill company have removed complaints have been heard and
the Dallas hospital and will re
the old loading platform near their this alone is a great recom mende-
Obtain relief by
sume work soon.
barn and will build a wagon shed. tion. He will be iu Dallas next
week and remain a month.
The mill company are decking
7 taking one or two
logs for a winter’s run. To the
D R . M IL E .S ’
WASTE PAPER WANT ED
casual observer it would appear wood and wife, and Mrs. M. L.
that it was an expensive way to
A nyone having old papers please
A W F U L SU FFER IN G .
Mr. Tyler, wno is running ’notify Mrs. Rob. Wonderly. pres.
"I suffered untold sgony
w ith neuralgia. I thought I
Mr. and Mrs. Dencer, of Salem, “ Batchelor Hall” so successfully is Christian Ladies Aid Socie ty.
Then tone up the Nervous
would go m ad w ith pain. A
spent Saturday and Sunday at the
frien d of m ine advtaed me
System by using
to ta k e Dr. Mllee1 A ntl-P aln
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. West. potatoes.
“ What fools we m ortals be.’’
They all took Sunday dinner at
Miss Mamie Reece who is teach Almost every one is boost ing his
D r. Mile»*
stopped alm ost a t once.
T hen I comm enced using
the home of W. H. Dorman.
ing school near Salem visit jd her or her favorite candidate for of
fice with an energy worth, y of a
Dr. MU m ' N srvlne and be
fore long I w as so th a t I did
C. F. Vick and wife and Chas. mother Saturday returning to her better cause. When the e lection
is over all will find they sti II have
Vick, wife and children motored
IF F IR S T B O T T L E . OR BOX. FA IL S
H. J. W IN TER,
dig in and work for a living
up from Salem last Sunday. They
561 E . P la tte A v a ,
Mrs. E. A. LaDow and h er sis and help pay campaign ex t enses,
T O H E L P YO U , YO U R M O N EY W IL L
Colorado Springs. Colo.
camped in the city park, cooked ter, Mrs. J. F. Hagar, spent the and the once “ smiling” candi
BE R E F U N D E D .
their dinners bv camp-fire and day Friday of last week at the date will pass you with a. stony
visited friends in the afternoon.
pleasant home of Mrs. B.I, Car^y. stare.
Deafness C annot Be Cured
b y lo cal a p p lic a tio n s, a s th e y c a n n o t
re a c h th e d ise a se d p o rtio n of th e c a r.
T h e re is o n ly one w a y to cur«* d* uln> .3,
a n d t i n t is b y c o n s titu tio n .1 r
D e a fn e s s Is c a u s e d by a n inflam ed co n d i
tio n o f th e m u co u s lin in g of tiie E u s ta
c h ia n T u b e. W h e n th is tu b e is inflam ed
you h a v e a ru m b lin g so u n d o r Im p erfect
n e a rin g , a n d w h en i t is e n tire ly closed.
D e a fn e s s is th e r e s u lt, a n d u n less th e in
fla m m a tio n c a n be ta k e n o u t a n d th is
tu b e re s to r e d to its n o rm a l condition,
h e a r in g w ill b o d e s tro y e d fo re v e r; nine
e a s e s o u t o f te n a r e c a u s e d by C a ta rr h ,
w h ich Ja n o th in g b u t a n inflam ed co n d i
tio n o f th e m u co u s su rfa c e s .
We will si One Timid red Dollars forany case of
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Ball's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
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Take Ball's Family Fills for cooaUpaUoc.
Local News Items
I he best show at the Gem tonight
jew Cates of Dallas was in the
Valter L. Tooz^, Jr., Lawyer,
Yank Heydon was in from the
itz the first of the week.
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