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||. (!. (six haH lieen on the sick
Mrs. N. F. Newhouije and boy«
list for several weeks.
were Falls City business visitors
PO W ELL'S CAMP
Ye», we've been snowed in and
Mr. and Mr«. G iih Anderson are
sometimes nearly snowed out but in Falls City, during the snowy
The folks in camp are very well
now that the train cornea twice
pleased to have Old Jupe Pluvius
u wfM*k, we'll try and be more
, at work again for the enforced
Mrs. S. W in go is abb to < pcst is not so pleasant in the snow
w e’d imagine, as on a torrid Au-
We had three feet of snow but
Mrs. Miller and Miss Wilson
at present, Feb. 26th, have very
out a week ago and will lie
little und the very welcome rain
is rtvadily pit a paling on th«- r<iof. gone until a full crew arrive.
A I hkj I Ifi rruin wuiit ovur Ui
items In thin batch are
rather late, but perhaps news to Valley & Siletz camp last week
but it is reported they have re
Two weeks ago the big shay
The Wingo children started to
crashed into two cars on the mill
school again Monday, the snow
aiding at F a l l ' ’ity doing several
having sufficiently diminished to
hundred dollars worth o f damage.
l»ermit the walk.
Mr s WjnK() ¡H
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
0p&| W a,|ace and
made a business trip to Gilliam on
Winnard Bullia made a trip to
Falls City on Thursday.
filenn Dann went to Dallas on
Hrown was a Dallas visitor
with on Tuesday,
a badly sprained ankle, which he
^iss Hammond o f ¡Falls City
w & h in our city Tucsdiiy
Bowerman was in camp music lessons,
Mrs. ShiItz and Mrs. Haggidor
B R ID G E P O R T O L E A N IN O S
Feh. 25, 1918.
were Falla City visitors Wednes
Mr. Bullis and daughters went
to Corvallis on Friday.
Miss Viola Wolford,
Mr. Gottfried of Falls City came
Keimer, and Benny Reimer were up here to work on Wednesday,
visitors at the home of Dan W.
Mr. Sportsman was in our city
Campbell last Sunday.
The floor o f the new school
TO THE VOTERS OF POLK CO.
house was oiled, Friday,
I hogging commenced two weeks
Crochet, crochet, is the ladies’
ago Monday but more snow pre principal pastime, the«* days in
vented the continuance o f it more camp.
than a few duys.
Old Glory and the L I . L dag
flung high and wide to the
Mrs. Cleveland and Mrs. Vas
breeze each day and we
sal are now the only ones bolding
of that, too.
forth in the cook house, there be
FALLS CITY, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918
Mr. linn Frink and wife visited
Notice is hereby given that the
with Mr. Harvey Gage.
undersigned will be a candidate
E A R LY IN DECEMBER WE PURCHASED
FROM TH E
BUSTER BROWN HOSIERY MILLS
One Case of Hosiery
Since we bought, hosiery has materially advanced
in price and you will indeed save by taking advant
age o f prices placed on this lot
This hosiery is what is termed “ Seconds,”
which means a slight imperfection, however
so skillfully mended as to require a close
examination to detect. Note present prices
and purchase before stock is exhausted.
ing a is nil 25 men.
Miss Hazel Wingo assisted at
Miss Margret Sammons is stay- *n
com>nK primary elections
the cook luHise during Mrs. Vas ing at Mr. Shepard's this week.
for the nomination by the Kepub-
Mr. and Mrs. N. K. New house
sals absence last week.
. . .
w bean Party, for the office of
returned about two weeks ago
. | While playing near the fire, Mr.
. v Cierk of said Polk Countv.
from Portland, having been gone
One o f the donkey engines is Campbell's little child’s clothing
u rm w
caught on fire. Fortunately the
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fire was extinguished before the
little one was burned.
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Over-work, worry and
the constant strain of a
business life are often
a cause of much trouble.
Dr. Miles’ N ervine
is highly recommended
for all Nervous disor
ders. It is particularly
invaluable to business
women. Regulate yo»!*,'*
bowels by using
DR. M IL E S ’
FIR ST BOTTLE, OR BOX,
F A IL S TO B EN E FIT YOU, YOUR
M ONE. W IL L BE REFUNDED.
NERVOUB ATTAC KS.
••I ttuJTerrd with nsrvous a t
tack* am! I i n i l r l i f i
Uvcr get out of order and It
Kenned as though my wholo
aynteni w » l «part.
mem-ed using I>r. Mllea* N erv
ine and also took Dr. Miles'
I.lver n ils and now I feal per
fectly well In every way. My
bowels also arw In good shaps
MUS. AUGUSTA KBISBR.
114» Portland Ava..
Itochsstsr, N. T.
FALLS CITY HOSPITAL HOTES
The Farmers’ Union held their
regular meeting Tuesday night.
, . ..
Mr. J. Gage has disposed of his
Glenn and Viva Gage and Bud
Sumpter were Sunday visitors at
the home of Mr. Hardt.
much better than in many months,
Mrs. Minnie Hoppe will be oper-
ated on this morning at 9 o’clock.
Also Kennrth Thresher will have
his tonsils removed. Several other
operations have been scheduled
Mr. J. ( iage has recently t o p p ^
The ladies who put on the min-
the three big fir trees in his ya rlF arrel show for the benefit o f the
Bed Cross wish to take this means
The farme .
‘ ~ o f thanking everyone who assisted
glad to see the snow go.
in making the affair a success,
financially or otherwise. Espec
ially the male quartette and Mr.
Carl of Dallas who so generously
assisted. The minstrel and dance
Already the senior class has netted $104.11, w hich was turned
, begun to make plans for gradua over to the Red Cross. There is
now in the Red Cross treasury
tion week. A meeting was held *289.55, and there has been ex
Thursday afternoon and • the nec pended for yarn and other expen
essary committees appointed.
Hundreds of beautiful Fab- high school,
rics to choose from - all rich Clara Weiser left school this
in quality - variety in p n ce |toPwthnd
Ladies’ Lisle, Bl’ k,‘ Brown Grey, and White
60c value, Sale
Ladies’ 65c Silk Fibre, Black
Children’s Lisle, worth 35 to 40c, Sale
with a wide range at
There was a revival meeting
Mrs. N. Lunde underwent a
held at the church last week. The serious operation last Saturday
attendance was g«»d.
and is recovering rapidly, feeling
The Falls City Auxiliary o f the
I^ast Friday morning the whole
school met in the assembly room Ked Cross, have sent the follow-
ing articles to head-quaters
and gave a short program.
The service flag ordered some
time ago by the Honor Guard has
This flag was
Hemmed handktrehs 219
dedicated the 12th o f February
and will now be placed in the
Water bottle bags
There are twenty-
seven blue stars and one gold one.
As last Friday was Washing
w e a r a n
ton’s birthday, a half holiday was
Surg. wrapping for
I n t e r n a t i o n a l granted the s:hool. The pupils of
M a d e - t o - M e a s u r e S u i t the h.gh school took advantage of
this and went visiting.
Many-tailed binders 121
went to Black Rock, while others
visited Professor Graham’s school
Total finished pieces 12228
Since the commercial class has
Falls City can justly be proud
increased so rapidly it was nee- o f the work the Red Cross is do
Tl-y ONE this Spring and essary to add two new standard ing here and we hope to realize
the need o f continued diligence
enjoy its superior smartness ; typewriters.
and feel it not only a duty but a
and its greater economy.
The manual training boys have privilege to help in this work as
fixed a better room on the third the need grows greater as the
floor for their accommodation.
This class is the largest in the
$20.00 to $50.00
Ladies’ Lisle, Black and White, 35c value
WAR STAMP DRIVE
Weekly Report For Polk County
Total am’t to be raised $321,160.00
Stamps sold to date
Balance to be sold
Stamps Sold for week ending Feb.
We offer One Hundred Dollars He-
ward for auy case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh
F. J. C H E N E T A CO.. Toledo. O.
Wo. the underslgnrj. have known P. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
hint pprfcctly honorable In «II b u ili»«*
transaction« nn4 financially able to carry
out any obligations made by hi« firm.
N A T IO N A L B A N K OF COMMERCE.
Hall's Catarrh Cure I» taken Internally.
noting directly upon tho blood and mu-
no,* surfaces o f tho system. Testimonials
sent free. Frire 75 cente per bottle. Sola
br nil Druggists.
Take Uall'e r e a lly PUIe for ooaeUpatloa.
So far Folk County is not hit
ting the stride that will win out in
getting anywhere near the quoto
that the government has asked,
SELIG’S, Cash Price Store,
“ Meeting and Beating Competition” .
No Bank for Him
“ I don’ t put my money in any bank,” says Slothful
Sam. “ My inside pocket is good enough for me and I am
going to keep it there instead o f letting the other fellow
But does he keep it there? He does not. The butcher,’
baker, grocer, clothier and druggist get Sam ’s money and
they put it in the bank. Sam don’ t know where his money
goes. But somebody puts it in the bank. Who is putting
your money in the bank? I f it is good for the other fellow
to have money in the bank it’ s good for you—and the other
fellow gets rich at it.
BANK OF FALLS CITY.
WE W ILL TAKE
FOR A SUIT OF
Ed. V. Price & Co’s
FALLS CITY LUMBER & LOGGING CO.
FALLS CITY HOSPITAL
EQUIPPED AND PREPARED TO HANDLE
General Surgery, Sickness, Accidents,
INCLUDING THOSE THAT COME UNDER
State Industrial Accident Commission
Rooms $2 to |3.50 per day, including
general nursing and board.