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Voltees, legal rate».
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S U P P L I E S
Thompson’ s Drug Sforo
15 ut? In coo (lari'*?
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S am p le R o o m s
Bo at A c c o m m o d a t i o n s
T. O roag a. F r o p r la lo r
rr.N K R A L DIRECTOR
R. L. C H A P M A N
Wo attend io all work promptly;
Dallas and Falls City. Ore.
WHEN IN SALEM STOP AT THE
New Argo Hotel
1 H L A l’ TKRM tN , P rop .
Single. 50c. 75c. Sl.tlO
Double: 75c. to $1.50.
Bohle’s Barber Shop
I n t e r n a t io n a l T a ilo r in g c o .
D a l la s steam l a u n d r y
Bundle» forwarded Wednesday m orning
Light as Chaff
Keeping One’s Temper.
”If women Just bad a little tact and
’ •i t fly to pieces tbelr own selves
t' eir husbands git to Jawin’ and
around tbeied be less trouble
in families.” said
Mrs. Grim to a
"I s u p p o s e
that's so,” replied
‘‘I know ’tis,”
“ Do you suppose
I lose my head
Candies, Tobaccos and Cigars, at
and my tongue
L. B. W ON DERLY’S
aud go all to
pieces and say
things I'm sorry for afterward when
M. E CHURCH
Grim gets into one o f his tantrums?
Well, I don't. I Just keep cool an d
Sunday School 10:00
calm him down.”
“ How do you calm him down ?”
Morning Worship 11.
“ Well, sometimes with a stick an d
ag'ln with a broom handle, or mebbe
I’ll grab up a pail o' water and douse
Evening Service 8.00
Hmll over him. There's plenty o' ways
You are most cordially invted.
to calm a man down if a woman will
to attend these services.
o n ly keep cool herself aud try 'em.”
A. S. Mulligan, Pastor.
Contempt of Court.
“ Your honor,” informed the police
man as he pointed to the prisoner, "he
refused to rise while the band played
The Star Spangled Banner.’ ”
“ I did not recognize the tune,” ex
Sunday School 10 a. m.
plained the cul
Preaching service 11 a. m.
“ Now, my dear
Song and praise service 7:30
man.” said the
followed by preaching at 800.
Jnd re sympathet
Mid-week prayer meeting 700 p.m
ically, “ let me
whistle it for you
Everyone cordially invited to
so that hereafter
you may distin
Edgar N. Long, Pastor
The judge whis
tled the melody,
and the prisoner
listened Intently. When his honor had
finished the defendant exclaimed gen
“ Your honor, If the band had played Divine Services each Lord’s Day
the tune as you whistled It I would
Bible School 10 a. m.
not be here today.”
Divine worship 11 a. m.
"Discharged!” Interrupted the well
Endeavor 600 p. m.
' ; I the band would,” couoluded the
Evening Service 700 p. m.
...si: . i an undertone as he hastily re
The public is invited to be with
ruin the courtroom.^—C'hristlao
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With L O C A L A P P L IC A T IO N S , a t they
cannot reach the te a t o f the dlteaae. C a
tarrh It a blood o r con stitu tion al disease
and in order to cu re It y ou m u tt tak e In
ternal re-iedlcs. H a ll's C atarrh Cure is
taken l n '“ rnally, ar.d a cts d ire ctly upon
th e blood and m ucous su rfa ces.
C atarrh Cure Is not a q u a ck m edicine. It
w a s prescribed by one o f the best p h y
sician s In this coun try fo r y e a rs and Is
a regular prescription. It Is com p osed o f
the beat tonics known, com bined w ith the
best blood purifiers, actin g d irectly on the
m ucous su rfaces. T he p e rfe ct com bina
tion o f the tw o Ingredients Is what pro-
w onderful results In curing
nd fo r testim onials, free.
y . J C H U N K Y A CO . P rops.. T oledo. O.
Bold by D ruggists, price 75c.
Take Uall'a Family Puis for constipation.
us in these services.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Black and
son Andrew went to Dallas Friday
morning. Mr. Black and Andrew
have a throat trouble and went
to consult a specialist.
I f H -t- H - K» » t- ♦ H - M - H -l I ^ M -t- K »
local New t liems
Cliff Pugh says that the printer
made it and the printer lays it on
to Cliff. However, the price for
1 hi* best show ut the Gem tonight picking loganberries as published
last week was wrong. It should
Randolph Butler is haying.
have been one and one-quarter
( 1 1-4 )cents wjth a bonus of one-
Ralph Adams visited homefolks eighth (1-8) cent at the end of the
Mrs. Chas Trimble was in Dal
Mrs. C. M. Olts was in Dallas
Mrs. Jim Lane who has been ill
Fritz "Droege went to Salem on
Mrs. A. B. Brown has
papering her house.
A SURPRISE PARTY
OW NED B Y F A R M E R S ,
RUN B Y F A R M E R S ,
G IV ES S Q U A R E D E A L T O F A R M E R S .
Our Truck Comes Wednesdays and Saturdays. ::
L .„ .
C re a m
spent the week-end at Salem, re
Fresh Bread, Cakes, Cookies .Pies
turning by way of Falls City.
and other bakery goods, every
day, at the Falls City Bakery.
Forest fires are causing lots of
worry the past week.
Esther Cleveland came down
Joe Gasson will add another
from Powell’s camp Friday and
to our Service Flag.
returned Saturday afternoon.
Harry Darwin lost his baby
E. K. PIASFCKI, Lawyer, Dal last week, death claiming it just
las. Ore. Probating of Wills and one month after the death of its
Settlement of Estates a Specialty. mother.
James Day was a Falls City vis
A farewell party was given in
honor of Ira Crawford Tuesday
is a full pledged camp
evening at the home of Lon Craw
all belong to the L L
L. L. and are very proud of our
Chas. L. Hopkins had the mis new buildings and of Old Glory
fortune to get his big toe badly flying over it all.
mashed last Saturday while work
ing at the mill.
CAMP FIRE 6IRLS
Mrs. Scott Leavit and son of
( Too lato for last week))
Great Falls, Montana are spending
Miss Doroihy Turner of Arilie,
the summer with her parents, Mr.
Girl was a guest of
and Mrs. J. C. Frink.
the Luckiamute Campfire Friday
Guy Lewis and family,
Chas. Olts and family expect to
The Campfire girls met at Mrs.
move to the oew camp on the Val H. H. Lowe’s Tuesday e*e and
ley & Siletz this week.
made another box of candy for
Johnnie Chappel, now stationed
Mrs. E. A. LaDow entertained at Vancouver.
Mrs. Frank Moreland, Mrs Worth
Miss Eva Chappel went to Van
and her two sisters, Mrs. Hagar
couver Friday to see her brother,
and Mrs. Ebbeut, all of Monmouth,
taking with her 5,000 gunwipers
made by the Campfire girls. She
them among our sold
Most everything is moved down
they said they were
from Powell’ s camp and they Isay
them as they did
that today will finish the big task.
They are moving to the Valley &
Siletz R. R.
The Campfire girls sold hot
coffee at the Park Friday, turn
Mrs. E. M. Newhouse and boys ing the proceeds over to the In
expect to move to Forest Grove in dustrial Club.
the near future, but Mr. New
Every Campfire girl Is a mem
house will resame his work with
ber o f the Industrial Club.
Mr. Powell in the Valley & Siletz.
The play, “ Hiawatha”
Roman Hunseo, a soldier from given by the Boy Scouts and the
France is home on a furlough, Campfire girls at the Park Friday
being physically unable to stand afternoon.
The boys and girls
the hardships since his operation acted their parts well. The cast
for appendicitis, but is slowly re of characters were;
Jack Grant, Freddie Bohle and
Private Ira A. Crawford of the Clyde Bancroft were Hiawatha
Med. Dept 44th U. S. Infantry Avelyn Naper—Minnehaha
of Camp Lewis visited his father, Arrow Maker—Clair Brown
Lon Crawford from Saturday un Jagoo—Andrew Hunter
til Wednesday. He says he never Paw, Paw Keemis—Louise Brown
felt better in his life, but is very Chibabos—Dorothy Guthrige
anxious to go “ across.”
The Prophet—Mr. Stevens
His Guide—Chester Ward
The old mill building on Dutch
Creek was destroyed by fire last
The machinery had
been removed recently. The old
The girls held the ceremonial
mill was quite a picturesque resort
meeting at Mrs. H. H. Low’s on
Second-hand, good sacks. Will Friday evening.
and held many secrets the gossip
pay 8cts cash.
ing public would like to hear.
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
for U.S.Marine Corps recruits.
For Rent—Good 4-rooin house.
Inquire at NevVs office.
Wm. Estell and iamily and Lon
Cede Earhart went to Portland
Crawford motored to Albany last bringing a Maxwell with him.
Saturday to church.
Joe Gasson was called to the
S. C. Cleveland and wife motor colors and wi'l leave for the train
ed to Pedee last Sunday return ing camp the 25th.
ing by way of Dallas.
Mrs. Day and Mariam Roberts
I I I I I I I | | M +
Monmouth Co-Operative Creamery
A surprise party was given in j
honor of Miss Geneva on the Treat
lawn Thursday afternoon. Miss
Velma Johnson of Monmouth and
the following were guests:
Misses Chloral und La Vita How
ell. Lois Beard, Helen Selig, Opal
Robinson, Grace Thomas, Jeanette
Brown, and Mabel Murphy.
Outdojr and indoor games were
Punch, ice cream and
cake were served.
Mrs. J. T. Hughs' mother died
14, at Dexter, Oregon. Mr.
Mrs. A. C. Powers returned
Hughes and children
from Salem Monday evening.
attended the funeral. Mr. Hughes
Dick Gardner and Murt Youngs Zella and Floyd returned Monday,
and Mrs. Hughes and the baby
motored to the Siletz Monday.
staid over until Friday.
Miss Hardy of Portland visited
over Sunday at the home o f Mrs.
E. A. LaDow.
June 22, 1918
Mrs. Will Cavanaugh o f Port
( Too late for laat wook|>
land visited with Mrs. E. A. La
Roy Mills and Mr. Holt drove
up from Salem Monday.
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i o n ca
SERVICE UNDER THIS EMBLEM
s f ig u r it e fifa ® [DaQQü
Over-work, worry and
the constant strain
business life are often
a cause of much trouble.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine
is highly recommended
for all Nervous disor
ders. It is particularly
invaluable to business
women. Regulate your
bowels by using
D R . M IL E S '
IF FIRST BOTTLE, OR BOX,
FAIL» TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
“I iuff»r»d with ntnrout tt-
t a e ln and haadAcbea
T b »n m y
llvtr got out of ordtr and It
ta tbouch my whola j
Dr. lfllaa* Narr-
Ina and also took
IJvar mila and now I r»#l p«r-
factly well In «vary way. My
b o w» ta alio ara In good abapa
MRS. AUOUBTA KICISBR.
l i t * P ortlan d A “ »..
R o cb a a te r.
N. T .
G ET YOUR
P R I N T E D A T T H 18 O F F IC E .
The price o f everything has
The days o f the ‘Weary Willie’
in price except news
has passed into history.
paper advertising and subscrip
tion. This must come too, if the
Big Business is crowding the newspaper continues in business.
little fellow out as never before.
O. Aurland is able to be out
Running Wilson for a Third
For Sale— Water motor churn.
Term is strictly in harmony with
N ews office.
his last campaign
Special patriotic program at the
M. E. church Sunday evening. V,
If our delinquent subscribers
J. Goldsmith of Po'tland spent
would pay up we could swell the
a few days in town this week on
War Stamp sales considerably.
Mrs. W. H. Dorman, who has
been seriously ill is reported to be
Mrs. Kimber of Spring Brook
spent a few days this week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon
In Oklahoma every ablebodied
Mrs. J- D. Moyer returned Fri
man—preachers, lawyers, bank
day from Portland where she
ers and merchants are expected
attended the wedding of her niece
to work at least tw o weeks in
Miss Carol Hogue who was mar-
the harvest fields.
The haste in which the
productives” lined up for
after the “ Work or Fight”
was issued indicates their
Now that the Germfin language
is no longer taught in the public
schools it is devoutly hoped that
some attention will 1 >e given to
the, almost lost, art *of writing.
A goodly nu mber o f Epworthera^
and friends o f Lloyd Miller met
at his home Wednesday evening
in his honor. A pleasant evening
was spent ending with patriotic
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