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FALLS CITY. OREGON/SATURDAY. APRIL 13. 1918
f lat»-. When you feel rich and
it t*t for the Rod CroM, Armenian, «ancea they have been aceuatomed I I plate.
Honda or War Savin« Stamp«, to. Every one should engage In 1 aye an ingrowing d«*ire to get
When the day of reckoning come« jaonaa useful occupation productive « it and distribute your wealth,
after the war, it can not be said 'o f Rood to the nation and the peo don’t do it; buy a few War Stamps
|of Kalla City that her citizen« did pie, ruther than be of the “ blood- or Bonds. By so doing you not
not do their purt in winning the sucking das«. ’Die money spent only benefit yourself but you are
foolishly would equip an army and also helping to win the war.
Only City in Polk County war.
the spenders would be better off.
Filling Quoto 1st Day
Under ordinary conditions it is
An exchange very tersely re
P»en. Leonard Wood say« that conceded that a man rnay squan
marks: " I f the merchants of * *
the war will lie Ion«, that it is der his money in any manner he do not spend more money with th«.*
FaUa ('ity enjoys the destinction criminal to attempt to make the choones, and engage in almost any • • * for advertising and printing
of being the only city in Polk (»copie b«fneve it will l>e an easy kind of business. But at this time than they have been spending, we
(bounty to till the Third liberty one. He says that it will be one it would seem that along with the are going to be forced by neces
riptiou of "fighters” there
L « n oouio on the ‘Irsi day o f the
sity to curtail the amount o f space
calculated to try men’s souls.
d also be a conscription of
Fall« Pity’s «pioto was
contributed each week to the vari
$8,700.00 and by 9.00 a. m. Satur It is evident that th«* («onerai «uw Jiher forces that the fighters may
ous phases of war work. We are
•12.00U.0U hud l«*en | thin«« not considered gFjj* tor the be sustained. “ Necessity,” it is
only able to serve our
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everyone to not only; conserve the it it. nn co M .rv .ti«! a lent; th e * of this
county. At the present
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many of lines a dir«* necessity might arise time we are contributing more
out, y, wheth«*r the useless pleaaurea and extrava- that woulil be terrible to contem- space to war activity than we are
Stamp« dm in,
hence we are u.“
selling to advertising customers.
« torve the
This condition cannot last always.
Tto* M 'd -self
If you want to make it possible
for us to throw open our pages in
interest of winning this war, you
simply must stand close by us and
see to H that we are able to con-
tirtue to buy high priced paper,
pay our printer, and incidentally
Suits are favored for spring wear to a greater extent than for
1 —now and then—buy something
fall when the demand for coats predominates. We have your
1 to eat We want you to help us
serve by giving us your business
size-the right color and material and best of all the “ P R IC E.”
and more o f it than you are in the
habit of giving.”
Serge Suits $19.50, $ 2 4 .75 , $ 2 7.5 0 , $32,50
The above condition obtains
practically every small news
Wool Poplin $19.50
paper in the country.
Falls City Leads
WILL YOU HELP
I ' LADIES' SUITS
New Suits in Silvertone Checks and Other Popular Materials.
This space donated io the 3d liberty Loan
News from the battle front is a
little more encouraging.
There are no two suits alike, you are thus protected on any duplicates.
We make all fittings. The suit is ready for your immediate use when you
receive it. Our garments are purchased in New York by four expert buyers
who devote their entire attention to this line. We do not confine our pur
chases to any one line but secure the best in all the leading manufacturers.
We are able to duplicate practically any garment illustrated in your New ^ ork
catalogues and save you from ten to twenty-five percent.
TH E LARGEST LINE WE H A V E
A LL NEW PATTERNS
They come in Organdie, Tub
Silk Crepe-De-Chine, Geor
gette and Heavy Satin
Good Quality Voile in
High and Low Neck 90c.
NEW SKIRTS IN SILK AND SERGK,
BETTER STYLES THIS SEASON
SILK SHIRTS IN FANCY STRIPES
AND PLAIDS. POCKETS, ETC. *4.98
SRIU<K AND WOOL SKIRTS *2 98 UP
The best showing o f skirts we have
ever had and we believe you will be more
than pleased with our showing in this
line. The prices will be a revelation to
you as our stores purchased aproximately
Ten Thousand o f these skirts in one
order. We know you can not duplicate
White and Colored Waists in
Silk at $ 1.49 , $1.99, $2.00
6 ET T H E H AB IT
S3.98 to $5.90
Buying Thrift Stamps
Please Note We carry a large supply of
extra sizes in Waists to fit the
fashionable stout lady.
IT W ill HELP WIN TH E WAR
SHEETS, PILLOW CASES
Good Quality Sheets, size
81 x 90, Seamless 98c.
9-4 Pepperil Sheeting bleached 44c.
RERUN ART TICKING 89n.
APRON CHECKS, GOOD QUALITY 17c
PRESS GINGHAM 19.i and 29c.
PERCALES, STANDARD RRANDS 14o mid 2to.
LONGCLOTH 16<*, 19c and 28c.
INDIA LINEN 10c 16c 18c and 28c. DIMITY CROSS
BAR AND STRIPES 16c.
ROMPER GALATEA 26c.
KIDDIE CLOTH 25c.
QUALITY MERCERIZED SATEEN 39c.
CURTAIN SCRIMS. MARQUISETTE 16c 19c
25c and 89c.
42 INCH PILLOW TUBING 27c.
HOPE BLEACHED MUSLIN 4 4 19c.
LONSDALE BLEACHED MUSLIN 4 4 21c.
GOOD QUALITY MUSLIN 18c.
MERCERIZED POPLIN 26c.
USONA SILK 25c.
PONGEE 89c $1 39 $1.62
GENUINE FEATHER PILLOWS 98c EACH.
BU SY S TORES
$4,000 Liberty Bonds in one
night isn’t a bad showing for
“ Keep politice out of the w ar,”
is good council, and rightly con
strued would mean that incompe
tent men should not be appointed,
or retained in important positions
because o f party affiliations.
LADIES’ W AISTS
Campaign by N. SELIG.
Street Improvement Notice
If You Haven’ t the Necessary Cash
OR AT LEAST ONE LITTLE
S50 LIB ER TY BOND
(on easy payments)
To William H. Matthews. L. T.
08 i Murphy, William J. Southwell,
i*|| Jennie M. Cobb, Joe Hudson, W.
B. McKowan, E. G. White; and
all other persons in interest:
Notice is hereby given that the
; city council o f Fafis City, Oregon,
contemplates the passage o f an
ordinance requiring the improve
ment of certain streets or parts of
streets as follows, to-wit:
All of that part of the north side
of South Main street, beginning
at the intersection of Dayton
street and South Main street and
running east to the east line of the
| William Matthews property.
That the said improvement will
consist in general in the building
of sidewalks along the property
abutting on said streets in said
city; such improvements to lie
made at the time and in the man
ner hereinafter to be described
The cost of said improvement
|'i; win be assessed to the real prop-
H erty fronting and abutting on said
streets and parts of streets;
That the city council will sit in
the city council chamber of said
city, on the 6th day of May 1918
at the hour of 7:30 o’clock in the
evening of said day, and at said
time and place hear and determ
ine objections and remonstrances.
thereto, if any there be,' and
That all owners and other per- I;
sons in interest may attend a t ’
said time and plaee and show
cause, if any they have, why said
improvement should not be made.
Done by order o f the city coun
cil of Falls City, Oregon, made on
the 1st day of April, 1918.
C. E. McPherren,
Auditor and Police Judge
of Falls City, Oregon.,
Sign up anyway, take it to your bank and it will be accepted
as security while you are making your payments.
Donated to Liberty Loan Campaign.
BANK OF FALLS CITY.
NO AMERICAN HAS EV ER
No American ever will be
it is he who fails to invest in this supreme hour
to INVEST OR GO UNDER
Donated to Liberty Loan Campaign by
FALLS CITY LUMBER
In the trenches at close range, or fight at long
range behind the lines by lending your money
to Uncle Sam to hold up the hands o f those who
can actually wield a bayonet for you?
Donated to the Liberty Loan Campaign by
F A L LS C IT Y M E A T M A R K E T