Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, April 27, 1918, Image 4

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    Mrs. Bert Keller and Mrs. Geo,
Chamberlain returned from the
Free Methodist conference at
Portland.
W A N T ED
AND
BKIOOtPOHT GlfAMINOS
RIGHT KIND O F A MAN
April 22, 1918.
Preparations art* being made
Robert Bradley was in Portland
to have a program at Bridgeport'
i Wednesday on business.
Verl Courter was in Albany on the night o f the last day o f school.1
: Tuesday.
WANTEO
James Murphy was a 1 alias
business
caller Tuesday.
Mrs.
Selig.
who
has
been
in
Si:oni-hand, goal sacks. W ill
I Eugene lor several months, is
pay 8cts cash.
N. SEL1G.
Mr. Floyd Jones attended the
home for a week. .Miss Vola Seiig
Farmers'
I ’ nion meeting Tuesday
is in Eugene looking after the
For Sale-O ne ton o f hay. See children during Mrs. Selig’s ab- j night.
/
W. H. Good. Phone 328.
sence.
Bud Sumpter has returned to
Mrs. Mary Hammond Stelaer school. He had to quit on account
For Sale-Span Rood heavy
wishes to express her apprecia­ o f his sister having the measles.
workhorses. Also cow that will
tion to the ladies o f the town for
freshen soon. Phone 151.
11 the pleasant afternoon Wednes­
Dave Reimer was a Dallas visi­
day; the Gym classes and the 7th tor Wednesday.
Potatoes for sale $1 per 100 lbs. and 8th grade and teachers who
There will be a big ente.tnin-
decorated the hall so prettily for
Inquire o f Geo. Hubbard.
ment at the Farmers’ Union hull1
the occasion.
the night of the 10th o f May. The
W AN TE D Dairy farm, 40 to
Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Ixing re­ Bridgeport school children und
80 acres, 20 or more in cultivation, turned from Portland Monday ! Guthrie children will furnish the
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with or without improvements, where they had been attending program. There will be a lunch
I
the annual conference.
Rev. I served free o f charge. Everyone
within 15 miles o f depot, no adobe I» n g has been assigned to Falls I
that comes is expected to bring ,
—in exchange for suburban home, City charge for another year.
something to eat. There will be
fruit, berries, water, gas engine,
good music and plenty of room. |
We want every one to come and
close to cars, church, school, low
have a nice time. We would like
CAMP
FIRE
GIRLS
taxes, ideal climate.
to make it one o f the biggest
F. J. Johnson,
The Boy Scouts entertained the
entertainments that ever struck
15 Brace Ave, San Jose, Cal. Campfire girls Tuesday evening Bridgeixirt. Everybody welcome
at the Gym. Many lively games Don’t forget your lunches.
were played during the evening.
.
The boys donned aprons and serv­
Mr. Gage was in Falls City on
ed a delightful Hoover lunch. Saturday.
Local News Hems
A fter the lunch a bugle was i
sounded and the flag salute was
OBITUARY
given. The Campfire girls then
gave
nine
cheers
for
the
Boy
j
The iK-.-t show at the Gem tonight
Mrs. M. A. Gill died at her home
Scouts. The Boy Scouts then gave in Salem April 15th aged St* years.
The State * entitled to the active services o f a man who knows
nine cheers for the “ Wohela” and The lk)dy was taken to Eugene,
Clothes cleaned and pressed.
The her former home, and laid to rest how to work. Work for the State generally and work for the peo­
Wm. Bohle.: nine for the Campfire girls.
party then adjourned. The Camp­ beside her husband who passed ple o f the State, both individually and collectively.
Mrs. Tetherow o f Dallas was in fire girls hope that they might be j
away twenty years ago.
entertained again by the Scouts, ■ Mrs. Gill was the mother of G.
town Wednesday.
for they are real live entertainers. W. Gill and foster mother of Mrs.
Oregon does not need any orators for orators are a drug on the
Beautiful spring hat at Mrs. j
The Campfire girls made 14 E. A. LaDow, of Falls City. She market, and like constitutional lawyers, they do not get anything.
Gregory’s, at Dallas.
joined the Christian Church at an
handkerchiefs for the soldiers.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stevens o f j
early age and lived an exemplary
Miss Reba Powers has been sick life until her death.
The Federal Government needs all the assistance ()regan can
Portland are visiting relatives in
this week. We miss you Reba.
“ She rests from her labors.
town this week.
give, but is not receiving it because it has not been put up to the
The girls have several pounds
Yet her works still live.”
department on a business basis.
Fresh Bread, Cakes .Cookies, Pies of stoppings for fracture pillows.
and other bakery goods, every
The girls received a letter from
SPAULDING'S CAMP
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
the soldier boy to whom they sent
Today business men are having more to do with the govern­
FO R
SALE
FO R SEN ATO R
Robert N. Stanfield
Farm er, Stock Raiser and
Producer
For Sale One gt«kl work mure
A. II. Menton, halls City.
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• • • • ♦
CANDIDA I K KOB COUNTY
JUDGE
I hereby announce myself u
«•undulate for the Republican
nomination for the office of
County Judge (o succeed myself.
Subject to the voters at the Bri­
mary election U> lie held May 17,
191H.
Sane business policy. Econom­
ical. hut not parsimonious admin­
istration.
Special attention to
Brobate Court.
(Pd A d ver.)
FOR STATE SENATOR
I hereby announce^my candi­
dacy for^Qu- Republican nomina­
tion for State «Senator for the
senatorial ditrr.M •composed o f
Bolk and Benton counties, sub­
ject to the decision o f the Repub,
'¡can voters at the primary elec­
tion to be held May 17. 1918.
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I. I.. PAtTKRSON,
(Pd. Adver )
THE FA T E F U L HOUR
j
April 23. 1918.
Mrs. A. Courter and Mrs. G. E. a box of candy. He said it was
Prime were in Sa cm Wednesday. the grandest box he had ever re-
ceived and he certainly had a
Mrs. Ward returned Saturday warm spot in his heart for the
night from Portland where she Little Luckiamute Camrtire girls.
had been attending Free Metho­
The girls have been practicing
the play, “ The Wheatless Meal"
dist Conference.
to be given in assembly Fiiday
Mrs. Bullis and Mrs. Collier, o f
morning.
Black Rock were in town Wednes­
The girls have made several
day.
quilt blocks this week, also several
A wonderful line o f ladies peti- hundred gun wipers.
coats, gloves and hosiery at Mrs.
The girls are going to place con­
tainers in the different stores to
Gregory'.-; store, Dallas.
catch the tinfoil from gum and
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cleveland
other things.
were Portland visitors this week.
The Campfire girls are going to
See those new wash skirts,
waists and dresses at Mrs. Greg
ory’s store, Dallas.
Rev. W. W. LaRue and family
from California are visiting at
the home o f Edgar Long for a
few days.
Have your corset fitted at Mrs.
Gregory’s store. Best and most
reasonable comet on the market
today. Lady Huth, R. & G. and
Gossard, each pair guaranteed.
DR. THOM PSON, the Port-
land ey e sight specialist
and optician v.ill make regular
visits to Falls City. Watch this
paper for future dates.
L Nixon and A. Bartell went'
fishing Sunday, in the Siletz, and
bagged 94 big trout.
(.’has. Krauger broke three fin­
gers Sunday while repairing the
10-Spot.
Ike Vinson is breaking on the
10-Spot taking Mr. Bullis" place
for a few days.
Mrs. Coon and Roberts left for
Dallas very suddenly last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis went to Port­
land Monday to visit their daugh­
ter at St. Johns.*
Fred Holt was over from the
Ixickiamute Saturday, returning
He he expects to lie
have the Boy Scouts show them Monday.
ready to log by next Monday.
how to do some bandaging.
Miss Mariam Roberts is work­
The girls won the flag in the
ticket selling contest with the ing in the cook house.
Boy Scouts.
Mr. Shorty Price of Black Rock
was a camp visitor last week in
interest of the Liberty Loan drive,
$100 R ew ard , $100
Th© readers of this pap*r will be
Mr. Rain Russell sjient the week
pleaded to 1. am that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been j end at Salem.
able to cure In all its stages, and that Is
Catarrh. H all’s Catarrh Cure is the only
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley have
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional moved out in the Valley.
disease, requires a constitutional treat- .
ment Hall*« Catarrh Cure Is taken In- | Harry Darling, hrakeman on
ternally. acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there­ the 4-Spot fell off a load o f logs,
by destroying the foundation of the als-
<a»e and giving the patK-nt strength by hurting his side laying him up a
building up the • «institution and assisting
nature In doing Its work. The proprietors few days.
He returned to camp
have so much faith in Its curative pow­
ers that they offer On» Hundred Dollars Monday from the Dallas hospital.
for any case that It falls to cure.
for list of testimonials.
Send
Address V .1 i H E N K Y * CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Hold hy all Dnlgplsts, 7V.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipatloo.
FRAN K GIBSON
Republican Candidate for
ment affairs than ever before.
We are spending twenty-four mil­
lion dollars a day and the people who will pay this money are the
people who actually create wealth, the farmer, producer and toiler.
Our prosperity depends upon our continued industrial activities
and everyone o f these should be maintained at maximum capacity.
•
The prosperity o f the small farmer, the small producer and the
FDR YOU
For Your Country
T H E T IM E TO SUBM IT
or
COHQUER
IS H E R E
Donated to Liberty Loan Campaign
Thompson’ s Drug Sforo
E. K. P IA S E C K I
ATTO R N EY -A T-LA W
F a rm Loans 5 1 - 2
small manufacturer is as essential to the State and the Nation as 8 2 0 M ill Stre et.
the prosperity o f the big man, every one o f our occupations should
be given equal consideration regardless o f the amount produced,
Oallas, Oregon
Suelncco dni^o
t
HoTKI.
Every encouragement must be given to increase production and
this can be obtained only through assurance that the small farmers
as well as the big man is going to receive his proportionate share
o f the war expenditures, and there will be a market for his pro­
jf a lls C it ^ lb o t d |
Somplo Rooms
Boot A c c o m m o d a t i o n s
T
D rot*u«. P r o p r ie t o r
ducts and a profit to him for his work, based proportionately upon
his cost o f production.
Kt'NKIIAI IH IIh T u K
There must be equality in all phases o f our State and National
industry, and the small fellow rnuHt not be forgotten, overlooked
or crowded out through the rush for big things and big orders and
big accomplishments.
R. L. I C H A P M A N
F U N E R A L
DIRECTOR
Wo a!ton«J to all -«ja b pro m p tly ,
«Itici »
. Oallaa % u < k ila C ity. 0. s.
If the people o f the State want a business man, a worker, a
man who knowH, is thoroughly acquainted with every phase o f the
industrial situation in Oregon, a man who is capable, honest and
fearless, a man who has by his own labor and through his own ad-
ancevment aided in the progress and developement o f Oregon,
they want Robert N. Stanfield.
COUNTY JUDGE
Bohle’s Barber Shop
AC.ENCY OF
I n t e r n a t io n a l T
D allas
steam
a i i - o r i n o
ro.
lau ndry
Bundles forwarded Wednesday morning
(Paid Adv.. Bv flUnflel«! H«-nntorUl longue, 20-1 Northwestern Hmik Hid )
If I am nominated and elected, I
will during my term o f office,
serve the interests o f the people
o f all o f Polk County, to the best
of my ability.
(Pd A d v)
H l"l- !■ 1-1 ■l-l' H --H - H --H --H -I-W --I-I-
j Monmouth Co-Operative Creamery jj
OW NED BY FA R M ER S ,
r o l l COUNTY CLERK
I hereby announce my candi- j
dacy for County Clerk o f P olk1
County, subject to the decision
of the Republican voters at the I
primary election to be held May 1
17, 1918. I was born and raised
in Polk County and believe I can
successfully perform the duties
o f the office.
GEO. W. CONNER.
RUN BY FA R M ER S ,
(IV E S SQUARE D EAL TO FA RM ER S .
Our Truck Comes Wednesdays end Saiurdays. ::
Gandins, Tobaccos and Gigari, at
L li. WONDKKLY’S
L . a , . Cream
(Pd. Adver.)
H-H-H-H-+++
FOR COUNTY TREASU RER
A . V. R. Snyder desires to suc­
ceed himself and will go before
the people at the primary elec­
tion, May 17, as Republican
candidate, and would thank the
| people for their votes,
i
(Pd. A d ver.)
R. V. DeWitt, second hrakeman
on the Teal Creek Ry. was pain­
fully injured on Friday of last
week. They were pushing a car
of pilling using a 4x0 as a push
pole. The force of the engine
coming suddenly caused the pole
to break striking hirn on the face
driving a splinter into his cheek
coming out near his eye.
Mrs. Batourney and Mrs. Gus
Anderson left Friday afternoon
for Seaside, Oregon w h e r e they
will make their lo n e.
'I heir Headquarters for Candy and Cigars
many friends regret to see them
WEATHERLŸ CONFECTIONERY.
leave.