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Local News Items
* W. T. Wallace and Joe Wallace
H aney (.age and wife »Pr«? m ade a business trip to Dallas on
visitors at the home o f rount Tuesday.
The beat show at the Gem tonight Murphy last Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. E. G. Balder roe
Dick Gage was u Dallas visitor made.a business trip to Portland
* Ralph Adams visited home folks
the latter part of last week.
FOR TREATMENT OF
Diseased Grain, Potatoes
AND MANY USES ABOUT THE
Home, Stable and Chicken
Thompson’s Drug Store
E. K. P I A S E C K I
Farm Loans 5 1 - 2 ,
Beautiful spring hat
Gregory’s, at Dallas.
Mrs. J. M. Cleveland was down
from Powell's camp the first of
the week to spend a few days.
Kobeit Bradley left Wednesday
evening for a month or six weeks
visit in Oklahoma.
See those new wash skirts,
waists and dresses at Mrs. Greg
ory's store, Dallas.
Coye Morris was operated on
Monday and had his tonsils anc
adenoids removed. He is recover
Fresh Bread. Cakes,Cookies.Pies
i Mill Street,
• Dallas, Oregon and other bakery goods, every
day, at the Falls (Sty Bakery.
. u r in e s C a r^
Mrs. Eleanor Butler and Mrs.
E. G. White were Dallas visitors
Jf a lls C it y Ib o te l
S a m p l e . lo o m s
B e a l A c c o m m o d a t io n s
F. Drotge, Proprietor
R . L. C H A P M A N
B U L K HULK 111 MS
A wonderful line of ladies peti-
coats, gloves and hosiery at Mrs.
Gregory’s store, Dallas.
Mrs. Eld Post of Salt Lake City,
Utah who has been visiting a few
days with Mrs. J. M. Cleveland,
left for Portland Monday after
noon where she will make a short
visit before returning home.
Mrs. Jessie Ryan is quite ill
Miss Opal Wuliace was a Port
Miss Estellu Plankinton is staying land visitor lust Saturday.
Ed Sodestrom made a trip to
Harry Welton. while riding his Portland Saturday.
motor cycle near Bridgeport had
Mr. and Mi's. 0. J. Baker and
the misfortune to turn over and
made a trip to Falls City
received a fall. Fortunately he
was not seriously injured.
Miss Bell Moffit is working for j Andy Turner and Mis« Vesta
Hughes were Fulls City visitors
Mrs. John Sumpter.
Miss Margret Sammons of Tails
Mrs Patiu Kelley left for Port
City has been employed to teach
in the school here another year.
W. N. Brown of Laurel is visit
his granddaughter. Mrs. O. J
T O O LATE
Baker of this city.
Several news items were re
Mrs. W. C. Bullis and Mrs. S.
ceived on Friday afternoon of last
Price were Falls City cullers on
week and therefore too late for
Saturday’s issue. Some of the
items were happenings of the
Jimmie Collier returned to our
early part of the week and seem city from thefSiletz on Tuesday.
ingly might have been sent in at
Miss Eva Bullis of our city went
an earlier date. Under ordinary to the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Frank
circumstances we do not set any Ellis Thursday, returning Satur
type after noon on Friday, which day.
means that all matter must be in
Rev. Wm. Brown o f Sweet
the bands of the printer in time to
returned t> this city on
be put in type before that time.
After all the type is set comes the
“ make-up" printing, folding and
Harry Phelps and family moved
getting ready to mail, which takes to camp on Sunduy.
the greater part of the afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Balderree
and we mail it Friday night.
moved to camp on Wednesday.
This issue round»out four years
The Red Cross Drive which is
under the present management,
made at Black Rock has. so
and whatever other faults may
be charged it hts always been out
on time. Help us to continue and
Mrs. Bly and Beula Bly left for
to better serve by handing the the Siletz on Monday.
news in early, and more of it.
The Epworth League had
gathering at the home of Mr. and
Dallas and Falls City, Ore
Mrs. F. A. Horn, Tuesday even
ing, in honor of Hathawav Buell,
one of its members who is home
EN .N SALEM STOP AT THE
on a short furlough from his camp
in Washington. From all accounts
it must have been an evening of
J II. LAUT ERNAN, Prop.
intense jollity and a happy send
Mrs. O. P. Driggs and little
Rates: Single. 50c, 75c. $1.00
To the Voters
off for its loyal members.
daughter of Gaston have been
Double: 75c, to $1.50.
o f Polk County:
visiting at the home of F. F.
Have DR. THOMPSON.
I cannot refrain from express Drigg the past week.
give your eyes a thorough
ing appreciation of the very fine1
examination with the latest instru
Mrs. C. H. F.sher and children
support which I received from the
ments known to science, the
spending the week in Portland.
republican parly at the primary.
opthalmoscope. W ith this instru
I n t e r n a t io n a l T ailo rin g co .
Fisher joined them Friday
I trust that I may prove myself
D a l la s steam l a u n d r y
ment the eye can be illuminated worthy of the confidence which an<^ w re*urn S u n d a y ,
Bundles forwarded Wednesday m orning
and the inner as well as the outer
your indorsement shows.
Mrs. Robert Griswold and child
conditions, and smallest defects
I also wish to publically express ren left Friday afternoon for u
found. He gives you as thorough
my appreciation for the fair and j short visit at Linton and Portland.
an examination as could be had in
friendly spirit manifested through!
any first-class office and costs you
out the campaign by my honorable |
Consult him Monday,
opponents, Mr. Connor and Mr.
June 3rd. Falls City Hotel all day.
Mrs. Ralph Adam was in Dallas
doubly gratifying because of the
Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and Miss support which both of them ha\e!
proffered me for the general elec
Esther were in Dallas Tuesday
Mrs. Jim Lane of Brighton, Or.
I sincerely trust that I may so
is visiting her mother. Mrs. Ar- conduct my work in the future
a>i<Ji<'8, Tobaccos and Cigars, at rence, and sister, Mrs. Crawford. that I may prove myself worthy
Mrs. Mary Dempsey Adams is of your support at the general]
L. B. W O N D ER LY ’S
election in November.
visiting Mrs. Aurland.
If elected, I assure the people
Mr. Young is quite ill.
of Polk County that I shall serve;
Pof. Reynolds was in town on them without reference to party,
but that the faithful peiformance j
One Hundred Cents' Worth
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kimber visi of all the duties of the office will
of Mercy and Relief for
ted Mrs. Kimber’s mother, Mrs. be my constant aim. I am,
Every War Fund Dollar.
Crawford, for a week,
Miss Harriet and Howard South-
We attend to all work promptly.
New Argo Hotel
Bohle's Barber Shop
C O M I N G
T u e s d a y , J u n e the 4 t h , at
TH EA TR E
T H E TR O U B A D O U R S
SOCIETY'S M U SIC A L P R EIU 0E S
AN ORCHESTRA TROUPE FEATURIN0
E D U C A T IO N A L IN T E R L U D E S
A ll NIGHT 0ANCE AFTER SHOW. MATTHEW S HALL.
SAM E M U S IC - F IV E PIECE ORCHESTRA
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OWNED BY FARME
RUN BY FARMERS,
GIVES SQUARE DEAL TO FARMER.
Mrs. G. E. Prime left Wednes
day evening for Atlanta, Ga., to
meet the Doctor who is stationed
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.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo. ( „
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he !*
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
» Go., doln* business In the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HLNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery ease of Catarrh that eannot be cured
by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY
Sworn to before mo and subscribed In
my presence, this Cth day of December.
A. D. l m
A. W. GLEASON,
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and acts directly upon tho blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists 71c.
Take Rail’s ramlly Pells for constipation.
W A N TE D
S A LE
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For Sale—Good Range.
For Sale or Exchange—640 acres
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wells, grass; good schools; fine
stock country; adjacent to finest
free bunch grass range in Oregon.
200 acres in cultivation. Would
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write M. Fleet, Fleetwood, Ore.
fou r Red Cross dollars—every cent
of every Red Cross dollar—actually
relieves suffering—actually goes aa
you give It, for war relief Not one
cent of any contribution goes Into
Red Cross administration expenses—
the overhead of War Fund adminis
tration la more than covered by the
Interest accruing from the banking of
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Tour answer to humanity's cry—
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Tim voutu a cumtakiok immton . m w c u i
well came over the mountains last
Mr. Flint and son Chester went
Sunday. Miss Harriet will re
Portland Monday to be gone
main and go to school.
Wanted—Girl for general house
Mrs. Dave Courter and son
Headquarters for Candy and Cigari work. Phone 711 or 226.
Orel have returned from Portland
RATH ERL Y CONFECTIONERY.
P. L. Fishbauk and sister of where thev have been lor several
near Monmouth were visiting at months.
the home of Pern Lewis Thursday.
hours, close and
tedious work are very apt
to result in Headaches or
other Pains. D on’t suffer.
A N T I-P A IN
P IL L S
will quickly drive
Pain away, and
D r . M i l l s ’ N e r v in e
will ass:3t you by relieving
the Nerve Strain.
IF FIRST ROX, OR BOTTLE, FAILS
TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR MONEY
W ILL BE REFUNDED.
"Uy nsrvs* became all
worn out I had bad head
aches and aavara dissy
•palls I could not slssp
and m y app*ttt* was poor.
I began using Dr. MIfea’
Anti-Fain Pill* and th*y
always cava ms Instant ra-
licf no matter what the
pain. Then I uaed Dr.
Miles' Nervtna regularly
and was soon In perfect
MRS. S. L. TOUNO.
124 Pittsburg St.,
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