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S A LE
The beet show at the Gem tonight
Horn Monday, to Mr. and Mrs.
Andy Winter«, a daughter.
Second-hand, guod sacks. Will
l>ay 8cts cash.
N. S LU G .
In these days that try men’s
souls, why do they not turn to
the only source o f light and in
formation there is that is authen
tic? Never was prophecy being
fulfilled so rapidly as now, and
never was the world in greater
In the language of
the prophet, “ the night cometh,
and also the morning. Isa. 21-12.
We are living in the time foretold
by the prophet John:— lh e na
tions were angry, and thy wrath
is come; and the time of the dead
that should be judged, and that
thou shouldest give reward unto
thy servants the prophets and to
the saints, and them that fear
thy name, small and great: and
shouldest destroy them which
destroy the earth. Kev. 11-18.
We are living in the time fore
told by the prophet Joel.—Pro
claim this among the Gentiles,
prepare for war, wake up the
mighty men: let all the men o f
war draw near, let them come up.
Beat your plowshares into
swords and your pruninghooks
into spears; let the weak say 1
am strong. Joel 3-6, 10.
We are in the very closing part
o f Nebuchadnezzar's dream.
Daniel 2-44. 45. Soon it shall
be proclaimed, whether we hear
it or not. the kingdoms o f this
world are to become the king
doms o f our Lord and o f his
Christ, and he shall reign for
ever and ever. Rev. 11-18.
The disciples came to Jesus
privately saying, tell us when
shall thall these things be, and
what shall the sign o f thy com
ing and the end o f the world.—
In answer to
their question he traced the his
tory o f the world from that time
down to the end o f time. He set
signs along the way to let his
people know where they were
aiong the stream o f time. Among
these signs was the fall o f Jeru
salem. the fall o f the Roman
Empire, the rise, reign and fall
o f the Papal power. The signs
in the sun, moon and stars, the
distress among nations with per
plexity. History tells us all o f
these things have been fulfilled.
John speaks o f the rise and fall
nations. The next signs we are
to look for is the armies o f the
waring nations to meet in awful
maelstrom over the sacred sepul
chres o f Jerusalem, and then,
shall Armageddon come, then
shall they see the Son o f man
coming in the clouds o f heaven
with power and great glory.—
Matt. 24th chapter.
There is an unseen power now
working among nations, which
men recognize but can not ac
count for. John saw them work
ing among the nations to gather
together to the great day o f God
Alm ighty. Rev. 16-13, 16.
The final movements will be
FOODS T A S T E BETTER COOKED
—TO B A C C O TASTES BETTER
local Nows Homo
Beautiful spring hat
Gregory s, at Dallas.
Robert Bradley lias Mild
pool hall to R. 0. Brown.
D R THOMPSON, Portland eye
specialist will make his next visit
to Falls City Friday, May 17. T he
Doctor uses the latest methods of
eye testing and is capable of turn
ing out first-class optical work at
home. I f having trouble with
your eyes or glasses, have him
gi\e your eyes u thorough exami
Many local references
given. Consultation frit*.
City Hotel all day Friday. May 17.
What’s The Matter
Miss Alma Hoppe was home on
Saturday and Sunday.
1 hereby announce myself a
Geneva Treat and Ruth Got fried
for the Republican
were in Salem Saturday.
nomination for the office o f
See those new wash skirts, County Judge to succeed myself.
waists and dresses at Mrs. Greg Subject to the voters at the P ri
orv’s store, Dallas.
mary election to he held May 17,
Gordon Sammons of the W illam- 1918.
Sane business policy. Econom
ette University was m town over
ical, but not parsimonious admin
Special attention to
Mrs. Charley M operof Portland
was in town the tirst o f the week.
Fresh Bread. Cakes.t ookies.Pies
K C. K IR K P A T R IC K
and other bakery goods, every (Pd Adssr i
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Miss Rose Sterling of Dallas
visited her mother, Mrs. Lane,
If I um iiominatcd and elected, I
will during my term of otflce,
serve tlu* interestH o f tho pcople
o f all o f Pulk County, to tlu* beit
o f my ability.
(Pd A d v)
T . J. GRAVES
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
A. V. It. Snyder desires to suc
ceed himself und will go before
the people ut the primury elec
tion. Muy 17, uh Republican
candidate, and would thank the
people for their votes.
R. N. STANFIELD,
(Pd. A d v fr .)
FOR ST A IK ,^K NATO It
United States Senatbr-»
I hereby announce my cundi
dney for the Republican norflinu
tion for State Senator for
senatorial district composed of
Polk and Kenton counties, sub
ject to the decision o f the Repub,
“ I have u very strong conviction thul Oregon has been dis lican voters at the primary elec
criminated against by the National Government in many ways. tion to he held Muy 17, 1918.
I. L. PATTER80N,
Mr. Standfield shares this feeling and promises, if elected, to cor
rect it as far as lies in his power to do so. Senator McNary denies (Pd. Adver )
that any such discrimination exists. He was quoted in a dispatch
Gymnasium exhibition Teusday
from Washington to the Oregon Journal as saying that he took no
evening at W agner’s Hall. Five
Subject to the will o f the Repub
Basket Ball Teams will play.
in the statement that there hud been discriininatioa against
lican voters at primary May, 17.
Come and help the Gvmn.
Oregon. O f course, if he believes that there has been no such dis
(Pd. Adver. )
Miss Edith Johnson visited in
crimination he will make no effort to remove it.” S. R. Huston
Portland over Sunday.
who w ithdrew from the Senatorial contest is supporting Stanfield.
Ft'R COUNTY CLERK
A wonderful line of ladies peti-
1 hereby announce my candi
FOR TREATMENT OF
coats, gloves and hosiery at Mrs. dacy for County Clerk o f Polk
Why do the Telegram and Journal complain thut Seattle is
Gregory’s store, Dallas.
ol°the^epuihean°vottT8^at ^he alway« taking payrolls away from Portland, then attack Stanfield
D R THOMPSON, the Port primary election to be held May because he has built up an industry which benefits Oregon and
land eye sight specialist
* '*’as b®™ ®.nt* rf ‘sef* Portland, creates a payroll und adds thousands o f dollars to the
and optician will make regular in Polk County and believe 1 can
AND MINT USES ABOUT THE
visits to Falls City. Watch this successfully perform the duties tax list? Why has Portland lost so much to Seattle is it because
paper for future dates.
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tries to help the community?
Mr. I«ane and daughter Viola (Pd. Adver.)
were in Salem Wednesday.
Five lawyers comprise the Oregon delegation at Washington,
Chester Ward o f the LI. S. Navy
FO R S A L E AT
. . .
. there has not been a business man, farmer, or toiler in the delega-
who has been stationed at San
Just because this camp has not j
been represented|in our local paper l 'on ' n a generation.
Pedro, Calif, is home on a visit.
is not saying that everyone is
Bud Harris and Lot Gardner
dead, but news does seem scarce
Why has the Chamber o f Commerce felt it necessary to hire
left Tuesday morning for Van
E. K. PIA8ECKI
to ye scribe.
u special representative at a Senator’s salary o f $7,500 a year to
couver to enlist.
Mrs. Fred Isenhagen who has look after Oregon’s interests?
Wanted—A private hoarding been “ doing” the dishes at the
Farm Loan« 6 I 2
place by a young man. Address cook house since Mrs. Ed W right’s
Stanfield will not he dictated to and controlled by a political 620 Mill Shoot.
P. 0. Bov 263.
, departure several weeks ago, re-
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer left turned to her home near Dallas. | bo89. corporations or by n e w s i e r * , but will serve the people of
Thursday morning for Portland Saturday.
his state playing no favorites and giving a square deal,
Disaasad Grain, Potato««
Homo, Sfablo and Chickon
Thompson’s Drug Storo
and other points to visit with their
children. They expect to be ah- :
\jr an(j Mrs. Dempsey Cochran
^ camp a week ago
No one has ever said that Bob Stanfield is a douhle-crosser,
sent a »out two month..
Have your corset fitted at Mrs.
Gregory’s store. Best and most
reasonable corset on the market
today. Lady Ruth, R & G. and
Gossard, each pair guaranteed.
after a week s absence due to the 0P ^ a t he is seltiish or not liberal with his resources or his friend-
former having blood poison in his j
H«* has been a toiler
ship. There isn’ t a lazy Imne hi his body
all his life and never held a cushy job.
This camp responded well
the Third Liberty Loan.
. . . .
Raised on the range, he is no silk-stocking. Stanfield has
A hunch of nine from camp ^
f rom nothing through constructive labor until today he is
W. P. Lewis, a former resident attende(i the f e d . Crass
ot this city but now o f Portland,
^ ¡ a i at ^ e school house in one o f the genuine assets o f Oregon. He did not marry his money,
was visiting here this week.
He | the Valley, two weeks ago. Miss j nor did he inherit it he worked for it.
is recovering from an illness.
Alma Hoppe is teacher. Tw enty-1
D. L. Wood, Jr. returned Thurs- six and one-half dollars being the
Republicans know that Standfield is 100 Republican.
day morning from Ft. McDowell, amount raised.
is not a 50-50 Demo-Rep.
Call, where he was called for
Monday afternoon, Apil 29, was
(Held Adv. Hi Htanltrld Denaturisi Ic irn e , jm North waaisrn B Hldg )
military service a week ago.
On a smoky, scary time for the ladies
account o f low instep, “ Flat Foot’ in the “ residence" part o f camp
he was discharged and will
| due to a fire right outside the
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held in reserve.
I door, but was put out all O. K.
Sa mala Roam *
Baal A eeam m ad atlees
f . D roaga, P ra a rla lo r
M IN E R A I. DIM ECTOR
Monmouth Co-Operative Creamery
Since the day of the caveman, who
liked his meat raw, civilization has
learned a lot about the scientific treat
ment of the things we eat.
Naturally none of us would now
prefer to have our meat raw, our po
tatoes as they come from the ground,
our coffee un roasted.
And naturally follows the gTeat dis
covery recently made by The Ameri
can Tobacco Co.— that tobacco tastes
This wonderful new idea—simple
like all great inventions—was first
used in producing the famous LUCKY
STRIKE Cigarette—made of toasted
Burley has a mellow flavor, entirely
different from the tobacco usually
need for cigarette
It is a pipe to.
ban oa id LUCKY S I RIKECigarettes
taste like a pipe.
Take Bail’« Fatally Phis for constipation.
FOR COUNTY 'I RKAMURKR
CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
J l’ DGK
. aV • •
B tat» o f OAlo, e ll/ o f Tol< Jo. I _
Lu< .« Cour.ty.
F r nk J. C trl! y n, .. . » noth that h, to
ari.i, r [>arcrur of the firm o f F. J Ch< ney
A Co., doing bustnen* In the C ity o f T o
ledo. County and State aforesaid, and
that said Arm will pay the sum o f O N E
H U N D R E D D O L L A R S fo r each and ev
e ry rase o f Catarrh th at cannot be cured
t y th e use o f H A L L ’ S C A T A R R H CU RE .
F R A N K J. C H E N E Y .
Sworn to before me and aubscrlbed In
m y presence, thla 6th day o f December.
A. D I t »
(S ta ll
A. W C.LEASON,
N o ta ry FubUc.
H a ll’s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
nnd a< ts d trectlv upytt tho blood and mu
cous surfaces o f the system. Send for
F. J. C H E N B T * CO.. Toledo, O.
Bold by all D ru ggist*, 75c.
Bohle’s Barber Shop
I nternational T ailoring co .
D allas . s t e a m laundry
Htindleu f o r w » r d NVednesdwy morning
OWNED BY FARMERS,
RUN BY FARMERS,
GIVES SQUARE DEAL TO FARMERS.
C lose attention to
Our Truck Comes Wednesdays and Saturdays.
work is the cause
o f much Pain and
O btain relief by
Falls City Mercantile
Leave Cream at-
(Candirla, Tobaccos and Cigars, nt
L. B. W O N D E R LY’S
taking one or two
A W F U L SUFFERING.
" I suffered untold agony
with neuralgia. I thought I
would go mad wKh pain. A
friend of mine advised ma
to taka Dr. Miles’ Anti-Pain
Pills. I did so and the pain
■topp'd almost at ones.
Then I commenced using
Dr. Miles’ Nervi ns and be
fora long I was so that I did
not bavs these pains any
H J. W INTER,
861 E. Platte A ys .,
Colorado Springs, Cola.
Th en tone up the Nervous
System by using
IF FIRST BOTTLE, OR SOX. PAILS
TO H EAP YOU, YOU® MONEY W IL L
D H. Cox and wife have been home. Mrs. Cochran’s father is
also visiting her.
in camp two weeks after an(al>
sence o f three weeks owing to
Mr. Cox having a seige o f pneu
monia. He had the measles for
spite after coming to camp, but is
| at work again, now.
Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Newhouse
were in Falls City Saturday on
Mr. and Mrs. Wingo were in
town on business, Tuesday. Mrs.
Miss Thresher, is taking Mrs. Wingo returned Wednesday morn
Isenhagen’s place in the cook ing.
Mrs. Post of Portland, who has
“ 2d cooking” since Mrs.
Mrs. D. Cochran’s small son
left, expects to leave next
Jack who has been visiting in
week for her home in Portland.
Q z ia ffL a a v o r a l mnnth.s
Headquarters lor Candy and Cigar*