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FALLS CITY NEWS
KALLS CITY, OlcW ON, SATURDAY, APkIL 27, 191*
Liberty Day Rally
The Patriotic Hally and Flag
Raising which took place last nitfht
on Main strwt was a bit, success
and showed the intense1 spirit of
patriotism which tiervades the
The l/iyal legion of Diggers
and Isifiiber hen laid erected a
Hug |H>ie at the intersection ol
North Bfai ^ p Third street and
it wus t^ie
. Celebration took
place. Ev W' Patriotic organiza
tion in town Vus represented.
'Hie following program wus
Music Orel»* -tra
Song, America Audience
Song - Junior Ked Cross
Song J’a m pd.e Girl*
Flag Having Boy Scouts
Song, Star S| angled Banner,
Pledge o f Alliegence
Hag Dedication Hev. McConnell,
o f Dallas
Song Mrs. A. F. Courter
Address John A. lee, Portland
Song Dallas Male Quartette
Drill Honor Guard (Jirls
The hall was artistically deco-
rated by the Gymnasium girls
under the leadership of Miss
A very pleasing program of
readings and musical numbers
was given, after which delightful
refreshments wer*, served. Mes
dames Star*-♦«<] tot dumi presid
ed at the pun*) I h > w I.
A large »«.Pie laden with many
beautiful an*! useful gifts bore
evidence of the high esteem in
which Mrs. Stelzer is held by her
ho I of friends.
Professor Gregory o f the Uni
versity of Oregon gave a mast in
teresting talk to the 7th and Hth
grades uhd the high school Mon
The Seniors are planning to
“ do things” at graduation time.
This has been examination week
Dal** (Jottfried, Geo. Otte and for the students o f the high school.
Arch Pollock left this morning for
The work that has been done in
Dallas where they will entrain
the school house is a great im
for ( amp Lewis.
nnd D. L Wood, Jr. will report at provement.
Dallas on May 1st and leave the
The school garden is being plant
next morning for Ft McDowell, ed this week.
Several members o f the teach
ers training class are absent this
week on account o f the measles.
A prettily appointed reception
and shower was given by the
BLACK RUCK ITEMS
ladies of Falls City Wednesday
afternoon at Selig’s Hall in honor
Commissioner Ma ns ton o f Dal
of Mrs. Mary Hammond Stelzer,
was in our city on Thursday
a bride of last week.
B A C O N
In the first place, if Mr. W il
liams had not invited and en
couraged the Progressives to
join with the Republicans o f this
State in 1916, there would have
been no active co-operation be
tween the two forces and Oregon
would undoubtedly have been
lost to the Republican cause. Mr. Williams advocated the adop
tion by the Republican National Committee o f a similar program o f
amalgamation and co-operative action in other States. I f his su g
gestions concerning California and Washington had been followed,
those two States would also have been found in the Republican
column after the national election.
Mr. Williams’ attitude o f friendliness toward Colonel Roosevelt
is generally known to Republican leaders throughout this Country
and Slate. The same spirit o f unity which Mr. Williams was so
largely instrumental in effecting irYOregon in 1916, he also strove
successfully to bring about at the recent meeting o f the Republican
National Committee at St. Louis.
The new Chairman o f the Republican National Committee,
Will H. Hays, who was elected at the St. Louis meeting, has joined
with George W. Perkins, Chairman o f the Executive Committee o f
the former Progressive party, in commending Mr. Williams’ efforts
to achieve harmony at St i/ouis. On the occasion o f his recent visit
to Portland, Mr. Hays called attention to the splendid spirit o f har
mony which now prevails among all elements o f the Republican
party in Oregon and earnestly urged that it be maintained.
k n o w h o w cooking
If You Haven’t the Neoessary Cash
OR AT LEAST ONE L I T TL E
(on easy payments)
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.
Geo. Arthur Brown, Ex-chairman o f Executive Committee,
better. B u t you w o u ld n ’t like
B AN K O F FA LLS
Stanfield McDonald, Pres, o f Assn, of Fathers of Oregon
Soldiers and Sailors,
it raw .
I T ’S T O A S T E D
Tftit space donated ta tke 3d liberty lain
Campaign by I. SELIG.
Henry Waldo Coe, Progressive National Committee for Oregon,
Thomas B. Neuhausen, Ex-chairman o f State Progressive Party,
fla v o r o f b a c o n —
So w e toast
Government of the people,
by the people and for the
people shall not perish from
S50 LIBERTY BOND
We believe in all fairness that Mr. Williams’ services as out
lined above, entitle him to re-election. We also believe that you
are entitled to know where we stand with regard to his candidacy
and for that reason, we have addressed this statement to you.
th e re ’s n o t h in g th at tastes
We, the undersigned, all for
merly Progressives and now re g
istered Republicans wish to add
our endorsement to the candi
dacy o f Ralph E. Williams, o f
Portland, for re-election on May
17 to the position o f Republican
endorse bis candidacy for the
following definite reasons;
Mr. Williams’ record as an honest supporter o f the Government
in tin* energetic conduct o f the War, is widely known, owing to the
aid he has given all war activities.
b rin g s ou t all the rich
Buy a Liberty Bond
To the Republican Voters of Oregon:
LEAVE FOR TRAINING CAMP
In Oregon Endorse Candi
dacy of Ralph E. Williams
The Honor Guard girls enter
tained the high school lioyaThurs
day evening with a patriotic party.
Boys and giris entered in with a
good spirit and made thirty quill
blocks. Corn was (topped and
marshmallows were roasted over
the Itontire. Games were played
and a general good time was en
joyed by all pro ent.
D. L. Povey,
A. I. Moulten, > Progressive Members, Hughes Campaign Com.
F. H. Lewis
Charles W. Ackerman, Lon L. Parker,
Miss Mary E. Hill,
Oliver M. Hickey,
Geo. B. Andrees, Mrs. Maude M. Povey
C. P. Bodley,
Miss Vivian Flexner,
Mrs. Anna E. Grevilli,
Mrs. Maude L. Neuhausen,
Mrs. Geo. 1. Thompson.
B u rley tobacco
used in L U C K Y S T R I K E C ig a
rettes for e x a ctly the sam e reason
—to bring out the rich, solid flavor.
A Liberty Bond
If four dealer does not ramr
them, send tl.2Ufor marlin
of IZparkai ira toThe Tota, co
Company o ■ California. San
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Donated to Liberty Loan Campaign by
B e n to s
FALLS CITY LUMBER & LOGGING CO.
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“A c f i o n s s p e a k louder tharr
words-Act - Don’t Talk - Buy Now
looking after the County roads.
Mr. Hughes came in from the
Mrs. Man ford Shilts is in the
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Baker made
a business trip to Portland Wed
Mrs. Bullis and Mrs. Collier at nesday.
tended the Mary SH zer shower
Oliver Baker has purchased a
in F«l<s City on Wednesday.
George Miller was a Falls City
caller on Tuesday.
W. C. Bullis made a flying trip ; Fred Holt moved to the Siletz j
I ♦ t i ll
j to Portland Sunday.
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 L S O IT Y M E A T M A R K E T
++-M 4 t f l I H H I W t t i I H I H 'H I I I I U I I U I H H
I I I H I H -H -H *
Ed Sampson o f Falls City was
in town Thursday.
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