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See those new wash skirts,
the members of the
waists and dresses at Mrs. Greg
Local Nows Homs
class have been
ory ’■ store, Dallas.
visiting different schools, doing
Mrs. Webb and Mrs. 0. T. West
observation work. Mabel Hunter
The beet show at the («tin tonight were Dallas visitors Tuesday.
has been observing at the Oak
George March is quite ill this Hurst school; Laurena Treat, the
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
Black Rock school; Elizabeth Wag
Wrn. Bohlt'. week.
the Guthrie school and Esther
Mrs. Albert Konco was called to
Beautiful spring hat at Mrs.
the Bridgeport school.
Portland last Saturday on account
C.repory’s, at Dallas.
division of the
of serious illness of her mother.
Hoy Graham o f Portland was in
Mr. Konco accompanied her, re
the city the first of the week
program last Friday afternoon:
arranging for the funeral o f h i Iturnin* the next day-
Reading—-La vita Howell
Have your corset fitted at Mrs. Piano Solo Mabel Teal
Gregory’s store. Best and most Recitation George Paul
Fresh Bread, Cakes.Cookies.Pies
reasonable corset on the market Piano Solo Mabel Otte
and other bakery goods, every
today. Lady Kuth, R. & G. and Dialogue-Mabel Murphy
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Gossard, each pair guaranteed.
G. D. Treat lett for Dallas on
Mrs. Hellwarth went to Dallas l)uet ,(.W
Ha3t» ' ^
Tuesday morning where he will
be empkiyed at the S. I*, depot. Tuesday afternoon.
The following article was writ
Mr. Treat was a telegraph opera
Mrs. Clay Courter of Portland
tor a number of years ago and is is visiting her mother, Mrs. Calk ten by a member of the senior
b r u s h i n g u p for active duty again.
FOR COP NT Y ’I K FANCKKK
(Tim 1 *«»' lor U»t w*vk)
For Sule One good work mure.
A. II. Benton, Fulls City.
A. V. R. Snyder desires to suc
Mrs. Coon and Mia« Roberts of ceed himself und will go before
Dallas have taken charge of (he the people at the primary elec
tion, May 17, as Republican
and would thnnk the
James Day was a Falls City
visitor on Sunday.
The curpenters have begun work
on the new bunk house on th»> hill.
Mr. McClure assistant superin
M. L Thompson and son Hal
tendent, of Salem, was u camp were in Portland over Sunday.
visitor this week.
Mary Hammond Stelzer Uwk
Mr. und Mrs. Bob Schlitz Imve
her pupils to Black Rock for re
moved their cottage to the foot of
cital ou Thursday.
L Nixon und Stanley went fish
D E N TA L S ER VIC E
ing this week and brought in u
nice string of speckled beauties.
All tmployaas of Hit Folia City
1 hereby announce m y s e l f u
candidate for the Republican
nomination for the office of
County Judge to succeed myself.
Subject to the voter« at the Pri
mary election to be held May 17,.
Sane business policy. lOconom-
¡cal. but not parsimonious admin
Special attention to
They started moving camp this Lumber ft Logging Co., who hold
week und expect to be all moved hospital ticket* Issued by tbs
by the end of the month. I’ruc-
Hatlonal Association, art hereby
tically all new buildings.
FOR STATE SENATOR
notified that thoy art entitled to
G ER M A N C O RRU PTIO N
For Sale—Early Rose seed po
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Matthews
through said tloket.
“ It is beginning to look as if
Art Bartel! was in Fs#> l itv «.#>
tatoes. F. K. Hubbard.
were in Salem over Sunday.
For furthor Information oall it
all classes of Germans are finally business this week.
Mrs. Hopkins left last Saturday
Mrs. R. A. Titus was in Dallas awakening to the fact that they
Plans are laid for a , reading
havt teeth extraeted
room and bath house.
for Eugene on a visit to her sister
Dr. Lowe. Portlands wellknown
Mrs. C. W. Charbeneau of 1 ^ .
eye specialist, will be in Dallas on grande, came Tuesday and will
Saturday, April 27. Consult him | visit a few weeks with her sister,
WANTED Piano pupils. Will Mrs. C. H. Fisher.
give lessons at my home or yours.
A wonderful lino o f ladies peti-
Mrs. L J. Walker. Falls City.
eoats, gloves and hosiery at Mrs.
♦ ♦ • ♦ e
CANDIDATE KOR COUNTY
K C. KIRKPATRICK
I hereby annount*' my candi-
ducy for the Republican nomina
tion for State Etonfar for the
senatorial dintr/y jA p o a e d of
Polk and Benton Vroftjnes, sub
ject to the decision oMhe Repub,
lican voters at the primary elec
tion to be held May 17, 1918.
are not supporting a holy war.
WANTED Dairy farm, 40 to
A. 0. ATWOOD.
but a piratical war, for imperial SO acres, 20 or more in cultivation,
I !.. PA ITE KAON,
conquest and trade expansion. with or without improvements,
With this realization in mind within 15 miles of depot, no adobe
they have decide»! to make for
in exchange for suburban home,
Street Improvement Notice
themselves all the profit possible. fruit, berries, water, gas engine,
The suberbs of Berlin are be * close to cars, church, school, low
To William II. Matthews, L T.
ing raided by criminals. All over taxes, ideal climate.
Gregory’s store. Dallas.
William J. Southwell,
DR. THOMPSON, the Port
the country food and fuel cards j
F. J. Johnson,
land eye sight s|>ecialist
A wagon can not
16 Brace Ave, San Jose, Cal. Jennie M. Cobb, Joe Hudson, W.
B. McKowan, FI. G. White; und
and optician will make regular
stand on the street unguarded.
other persons in interest:
visits to Falls City. Watch this
The officers who try to eliminate j
On Tuesday evening, April 16.
is hereby given that the
paper for future dates.
these terrible conditions arej
in the presence of twenty o f her
of Fal'a City, Oregon,
TH E T IM E TO SUBM IT
music pupils. Miss Mary Hammond
the passage of an
The Gorman papers claim that
jgr . R o b s Murphy visited Fount
Persons knowing themselves to became the wife of William H.
ordinance requiring the improve
all these crimes aand disorders Murphy last Sunday,
be indebted to Dr. Prime should Stelzer, the Rev. Mulligan officia
ment of certain streets or paita of
are due to the jailbirds and army
make arrangements to pay such ting. The solemn words of the
Mr. Will Murray was a visitor str»H»ts as follows, to-wit:
deserters who take advantage of
amounts as they owe to Mrs. G. ring ceremony, mingled with the
at the home of Miss Baker on last
All of that part of the north side
the fact that there are not able-
strains of Lohengrin, sounded
South Main street, lieginning
bodied men left as watchmen.
G. E. Prime.
the interseetion o f fa y ton
This may be true to a certain ex
Thompson and Victor Droege, vio
and South Main street and
But the extraordinary
linists, and Harold Wagner pianist
east to the east line of the
number o f cases reported show
I were the musiciens.
that army deserters and criminal day. They are contemplating William Matthews property.
Donated to Llborty Loan Campaign
Second-hand, good sacks. Will
The bride was attired in a lovely
That the said improvement will
classes cannot be responsible for playing the men here the last day
pay Sets cash.
gown o f white taffeta, and carried
consist in general in the building Thompson’s
a boquet of white carnations. The
of sidewalks along the property
Instead of supporting their
Miss Mable I we was a school
groom wore the usual black.
abutting on said streets in said
country the German people seem visitor last Friday.
Dr. Will J. Thompson. Portland's
After the ceremony ice cream
E. K. PIA8ECKI
city; such improvements to be
eye specialist now making trips to and cake was served and greatly
Miss Blanche McCoy was a vis made at the time and in the man
to hinder it. The business men
Falls City is a graduate o f one of enjoyed by the small guests.
itor at the home of Miss Vira Gage ner hereinafter to be described
Loans 5 1-2
the best Eye Colleges in the U. S.
Mrs. Stelzer is a lady of rare
even more is only customary in last Sunday.
His long experience and thorough j ability, being most widely known
O a lls t , Oregon
The cost of said improvement 620 Mill Strsst.
Mrs. Christina Gage and daugh
These profiteers are
training enables him to offer the as a teacher of music and physical business.
ter, Vira, were visitors at tbe
people of this vicinity the v e ry , cuiture; for her church work, and the most loyal in the war, so the
13 usine ¿vs «lari's
home of Mrs. Frink in Falls City, erty fronting and abutting on said
liest optical work to be had. He an impersonator of child life.
uses the most scientific methods | Mr. Stelzer is an employee of their thefi.
That the city council will sit in
of eye examinat ion, with
. ., ¡^he Falls City Lumber > Logging rup^e(j and ^ e lower clashes steal
the city council chamber of said
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
ments, by which he detects the
JF a lls C ity lh o te l
ine ,c Company
1 because it is the only way they
city, on the 6th day of May 1918
smallest defect in the eye. All
hride and ^ .^ m have a can prey upon the country as the Management, etc. required by the
S a m p t* R o o m s
at the hour of 7:30 o’clock in the
B a a l A c c o m m o d a t io n s
work is ground to order from his host of friends at Falls City and others are preying. The Church act of congress August 12, 1912,
evening of said day, and at said
prescriptions, which assures his powen>s camPl and all join in has not the least influence on the of the Falls City News, published
time and place hear and determ
masses. These are the conditions
patrons absolute accuracy, and wishing them a long and happy they have reached with their weekly at Falls City, Oregon, for
ine objections and remonstrances
personal attention throughout. If i;fe together. They will be at “ holy war” and "g ot mit uns.” April 1. 1918.
thereto, if any there be, and
having trouble with your eyes or home after April 22, at Mrs. Stel-
Publisher, editor, business mana
That all owners and other per
glasses, consult the Doctor in the ^ j-’g studio at the foot bridge.
ger and owner, D. L. Wood, Falls sons in interest may attend at
R . L. C H A P M A N
Falls City Hotei parlors F riday,!
t ________ .
said time and place and show
CAMP FIRE GIRLS
April 26 .
and ! cause, if any they have, why said
The Campfire girls held their
Mrs. Nita Gilbert and W. F. j T h « color* o f the United State* flair are regular weekly meeting at the other security holders. None.
improvement should not be made
Wo attend lo ell work promptly,
D. L Wood.
Nichols were merrid at Dallas! the m ost common o f all used by the na- home of Miss Mildred Grant on
Uoos o f tbe world, and o f the three red
Oellei end Fells City, Ore.
Sworn to and subscribed to be cil o f Falls City, Oregon, made on
They will make j la the moat often encountered. I t 1§ Friday evening. After the busi
found In nineteen out o f twenty jire na
Sheridan their home.
ness meeting the girls spent the fore me this 19th day of April 1918 the 1st day of April, 1918.
tlonal flags, and In practically all of
J. O. Miekalson,
C. E. MePherren,
Mrs. A. B. Graham died at the the European flag*. T h e color a* In rest of the evening making trench
Bohle’s Barber Shop
Public for Oregon.
Auditor and Police Judge
home of her son Roy, in Portland j terpreted by heraldry means "m ilitary candles, and gun wipers. Mrs.
My com. expires Nov, 26, 1920.
and the «election ns a factor
of Falls City, Oregon.
Grant serve the girls a delightful
last Saturday night at 12 o’clock. fortitude,”
I n t e r n a t io n a l T a il o r in g c o .
in the flags o f Europe would seem well
The body was brought to Falls chosen. N or Is It out o f place In our lunch, after which the girls went
D a l l a s s t e a m i . ah > n i > h y
City and funeral serv ices were flag, thp trait being scattereU all through home.
Bu nd le* for w a r d e l IVedn tftdiy uiornliiK
country, though so charmingly m ix
The girls are making a quilt
held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 the
ed with white, which mean* "|>eace and
o’clock and the dody laid to rest sincerity,” that the harmony o f the for the soldiers. They have it
beside her husband, who had pro- colors o f the flag ha* never been ques almost completed.
Ulue stands for "loyulty und
S Q ü t f f e l ? ff(p ® (ü D
ceded her only about nix weeks.
The girls have made 5,000 gun
truth.” completing lending traits o f the
character o f the United States as a na
wipers, and 85 trench candles.
O ra to
(ffâ a & të ftfâ V *
tlon.— Boston Transcript.
The girls have received some
‘Give Service” buttons from the
FR AN K GIBSON
I HAVE ENG AGED A STRAIGHT
The girls met at the home of
Republican Candidate for
Mrs. H. H. Lowe Tuesday even
PROGRAM Of. T H E
ing to make candy for a soldier
boy now stationed at Vancouver.
If I am nominated snd elected, 1 They also made quilt blocks.
¡ U m i d i » ' » , T »ib «c co » an»! C i g a r s , st
*•»11 during my term of office,
servC the interests of the people
The fo„ owinK Fa|1„ City
L B. M’ OiNDERBY’S
of all o* Eolk ( ounty, to t e >es ^ave been called this week to re-
of my ability.
port for military service:
Don’ t Forget that the
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Dale Gottfried, Geo. Otte, Arch
Pollock, Chris Ritter and I). L,
D R . M IL E S ’
$100 R ew ard, $100
T h e r»ad<ra o f till* pap er will
be w i
FRIDAY NIGHT SHOW Dleased
- A nti -
to learn that there is at least on e W OOU , J l
3re‘ £ d disease that scien ce has been
able to cu re In all IU stages.
BRING DESIRED RELIEF.
I a la rrh . H a lls C atarrh t-Urs U tho only
will be as good as
‘ •I have uaed Dr. M ile»' Anti Pain
oo sltlv e cure now know n to the modh al Cal. and the others go to Camp
for aome lime and find them
fra tern ity. C atarrh be Ins a con stitu tion *!
with you. They are in Pill*
disease requires a constitu tion al treat Lewis, Wash.
an Invaluable rem edy for headache.
*lw ay* taken «rent pleaanr*
The latest report on the sale of
tern ally a ctin g d irectly upon the blood
valuable for Headache I In have
recom m ending them to my
and m u cou s su rface* o f the system there-
being confident that th*y
by d estroy in g the fou n d ation o f the dls- the Third Liberty Bond shows
and all other Pains.
will bring the dealred relief. I am
and g ivin g the p atien t strength by
These features will run ease
bu ildin g up tbe con stitu tion and assisting
never w ithout them and ua* them
2 8 D o s o b , 2 5 C d n ta .
atu re in doing Its w ork. T he proprietors
for all attack * of pain, knowing
have so m uch fa ith In it* niratjve^ p r ^ - Falls City district with aproxi-
that they will not disappoint m*.
that they offer One Hundred Dollar*
IF FIRST BOX IS NOT SATIS
MRS. W. H. HENSON.
at the usual prices— er*
f " a n y rase that It fa il* to cure. 8< nd mately $5,000
FACTORY, YOUR MONEY W ILL
West Haven, Conn.
Hee»l»|us. ter» for Carvly and Gigari
, 0 * d i r e * * F J M 'H e S b Y * * C O . T o le d o , Ohio.
10 and 20 cents
the good work goes on.
t & M i C T W k ceoaOpaUoa.
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