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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1913
Polk County Observer
Tlio explosion of gunpowder la divid
ed Into three distinct HlHgoM. cnllotl the
Ignition, Inilauiniiitliin nnd combustion.
The Ignition la tho aottlntl nn 11 ro of
the first urn In. while the Intlaminatloti
In the Hpremllnn of tin? tlnine over tlio
HurfHce of the Kwder from the point
of iKiiltlon. Ctmihuatlon la the burn-
Inif up lf K"'1"' T1,e vaU of
gunpowder la due to the fact that
when subjected to HUlIlelent heat It be
i'oiiich a kiis which cxpiintls with
frightful t-npltllty. The bo culled ex
plosion that takes plnco wheu a mutch
Is touched to Kiinpowtler la merely a
You're really dry
Not drMy "nr"
wtr prnr, but
Published Soml-Weokly at Dallas, Ore
gon, by the
uIIMKItVICH IMIINTINO COMPANY
Bualness offlca Main 1
Preaa room Main 19-2
W. II. TOTTIfllV, Maniiarr,
Entered at eoeonil-itiiiea iimtit-r
Mnrrli I, 1 !07. at the poattillleo at Iul
Inn. Ori'tton, unhr tho Act of ('tuirs
of March S, 1S71I.
rvi( coal that will
protnr.t you throunh iMrk
And ll'io in lh wet I Ml WMlW.
We print plainly on vr lebel
an J m man II
chemical cluiiijro. tlinlnu which there
Is it sudden evolution of Kasea from
the orhllmil anlld. It ha bwn cnl-
On Year ""
Hlx Months "B
ciliated that onllnary Knnpowiler on
exploding expnnda ubotit tMHK) tlmos
or tills a apace this much larger as a
gixn than when In a aolld form.
brii.ii a. J. lower vo.
Strictly In advance.
I row BOSTON
POLK COUNTY OBSERVER
Dallas Iron Works
Mik lilnlM Koiiiiilrymoii Pattern
Milker. N.WVMIMi WOltR A SI'KCIAlTV
Wo nrti propnrml to dtf any kind o
Iron mill Urase work. Lumber trueki
unl Htork work on hnnd We tuaUr
the bent and clieitpeat HI it m p Pullei
on the market. 1'rliMa reaeiiimlilr
West Side Marble
(1. 1 1. HAWKINS. -iiirltor.
mommiintn, uk.vdsiomis am
A Complete I ln of All t,leM IikIkii
II lumber r
Tki way to build up Pallas is to pat-
onisi Pallas peoplt.
When We Hand
You Our Esti
mates of tho cost of tho lumi.tr oti rottlr
0l ent; ,le,lul tlt It that tho tin
urea w 11 1S ns low ivs HrM-ehis. well
uril-totit .1 lumber run ho ttol.l for hon
ostly. If joti ny mere )ou i.tv ti
nuieti. If you ;iv l!:i iu tift les
either iiu.llty or nunntity.
Dallas Lumber & Log
Olio of Hie must important mutters
I rossiiiff Cor public nltenlinii at this
time is tho eonsliuetioii tnul uuiiiite
imtiee tit' good romls. This tpieslioti
is iutimittely himiul up with tho ed-
ueiitioiiiil mitl soeiiil welfitte of tho
people. Kxei'ieiiee demonstrates that
Ihf substitution of a good road for
a but! tmo iut'ivasvs land valtios, fa
cilitates transportation, iniprovos
seliool at It'iiilant'o. makt'S possible a
more inlimalo social lift' and in every
way It'iuls to tho bt'llt'niit'ut of a
lit tho past mail building lias been
regarded as a local uialtoi', each com
munity const meting and mititita iniiitr
us ou roans, nut plans arc now
being perfected for more concerted
aelion. enlisting federal counsel and
lliiaiioial assistance, so that a sjieedv
and elVeetive movement, for better
roatls may be economically realized.
The plan worked out by' Jonathan
Hoiiriie, Jr.. chairman of a joint com
mittee on Federal aid to Good Hoads.
provides for the utilization of the
superior credit of the- government;
lor while I ho government can borrow
Mark Twain Liked Girls.
Mark Twain, although the creutor of
tho most lovablo boy In literature.
Tom Sawver. was really more Interest
ed In little girls, nnd It was through
his Interest ami affection for my little
daughter Helen that we came to know
hliu w well and to hnre the Inst
months of his life. He used to pretend
that only girls were Interesting, t tint
boya ought not to exist until they were
men. The fact waa. he renlly was In
terested In any young creature. In one
of the books he gave Helen be wrote,
'It la baiter to be a young June beetle
than nn old bird of naradlae."-Murlon
Schuyler Allen In Strand Magazine.
HAVE BEAUTIFUL HAIR
USE PARISIAN SAGE
If your hair is too dry. brittle, dull,
thin or if the scalp burns ami itches
immedinlely boirin the use of Paris
ian Sage. The liist application re
moves the tlaiitlrulT, cools ami invig
orates the scalp, ami increases tin?
beauty of I lie hair by making it soft
Parisian Sago supplies hair needs
It is delicately perfumed not sticky
or grensv. Stnvlv trv a "0e. bottle.
Two Semi-Weeklies for ?2.25.
For a short time we are able to
give the Semi-Weekly Journal in
fj.2.". The Semi-Weekly Journal is
not. only an up-to-date newspaper
with full telegraphic reorts of Ore
gon. Washington and Idaho, and the
world nt large, but has features of
interest to everv member of the fam-
furnished at The Observer office.
Tresspass notices, weather proof,
for sale at Observer Job office.
Hioyclo, Motorcycle. Gas
Kngino, Locks and
When in need of an ex
pert workman call
L. B. IIIXSON, Jr.,
;U." Main Street. Pallas
Try our Gasoline Service
money at . iter cent, states must niiv i ilv. The Semi- eckly Journal is
four ami counties live or six per cent. J pi iuled every Tuesday and Friday.
In a statement issue! by Mr. j lis readers get accurate market qno
lionrue, be says: "My plan propos- j tations (an important matter) as well
es to ati:horiw the sale of federal H as all the news, twice a week. The
per cent ."ill-year bonds to an amount ' agricultural department in each issue
not exceeding a billion dollars, this; is of great value to farmers, live
amount to be appoitioned among the ! stockmen, dairymen, poultrymen, or
otates unon the basis of relative area, 1 ehardists and others of rural pur
populat ion, assessed valuation, and j suits. These and other special fea
roiid mileage, each factor being given : hires, make the Semi-Weekly Jour
eipial weight, resulting in some ad-jnal the favorite paper among all
vantage to the newer and more thinly ', classes of newspaper readers, and we
settled stales. To secure this share hope you will avail yourself of this
of this money a state must issue its 'offer, and thereby become a regular
1 p'. cent ,'kti-year launls ami deposit member of the already large Journal
I hem in the federal treasury as se- family. The Out IJaie otter is only
t uiii v. wheivniHtn the tiv.wn. v .!. i omoii "to Xovcmber 1st. "nil IT
pa...neut will sell an etpial amount ! NOW."
of national bonds and pay the num- j
ey over to the state, to U expended! All kinds of engraving from vis-
it in mail construction. No slate ; iting cards to
can iaKC more than one-tirth its shaiv
in any one year. Oregon's share
would be lii.i(H.t)(l. Tiie plan pro
vides ili.u the state shall pav to the'
government 4 per cent per vear. of
which three fouit lis shall U' 'devoted
to payment of interest on the federal
bonds and the other fourth placed in!
a sinking fund on which three per '
cent eomHund iutetvst shall be al
lowed, thus amounting t t ho face of'
the Ih'ii.Is i:i a little less than titty j
years. At the expiration of tiftv!
vears the Umds aiv cancelled and re-;
tinned to the state without auv other'
payment of principal. Tims.' the i
per cent imeut coveis b,th inter
est and principal. It is my idea that
the states would extend the plan to
counties so that they could take ad-!
vantage of it.
Now let us take a concrete instance'
and see how the plan would work in j
comparison with present metlnvls of;
rsiMvg ma 1 funds. Olotsop count v.
for example. pr,p,se the sale of
Mi'im.iSMi ,.f ,i ,H r cent LM-year bonds. '
l'!e mtcivst will amount to J4.(HH
(vi year, or 4St.lHH in twenly years,
ai'd. with the p:in,-!p.il. which' must
be t'rtid at tie ,-nd of the period. Mill
n-ake a !.a! of f nn'.iHH'. Tii.tcr n-.
jv.tti the county mould pav 4 p,-r cet t
or MtMHl ivr vear t'or'ti!"lv ..h,n. '
Suite end Overcoats
915 to $35
WE are setting the pace in men's clothing
with those nobby Adler's Collegian Suits
aud Overcoats. Real character, excellence of tail
oring and superb all-wool fabrics make them win
ners. Call and we will show you surprising values.
Ill THE BEE HIVE STORE V
A Reliaole Place to Trade V
SIMPLE AND PRACTICAL
EVERY PART GUARANTEED
INEXPENSIVE TO OPERATE
We have several plants in suc
cessful operation in tfie
vicinity of Dallas
Craven Bros. Hardware Co.
. . . SKATING . . .
AT ARCADE GRAND RINK
Band Every Tuesday! Dance Every Saturday
Evening from 7 to 1 1 I Night. Moose Orchestra
Skating Every Evening and One
Afternoon Each Week on
Mondays. Free for Ladies
No Skating on Saturdays
Give us a trial and we assure you very courteous
C. W. STUMP,
Good Lighting, Like Good Air,
Necessary for Good Health
One of the advantages of .electric
lighting is its flexibility. You can
have n.s' much or as little illumination
as yon need and have the lamp just
here you want it on the ceiling,
wall or table.
Although house wiring is now done
without litter nr disturbance to the
household, one of the best times to
make the installation is during the
Prepare for the winter months, not
only with clean rooms and fresh pain!
and wall paper, but with clean light
Why not secure a cost estimate from
an electrical contractor T
Personal Attention to Every
I Oregon Power
605 Court Street
NORTH FALLS CITY PRECINCT, POLK COUNTY OREGON, NOVEMBER 4, 1913
Star Transfer Co.
WE MOVE ANYTHING
THAT IS MOVEABLE
0. A. and L C. MUSC0TT, Proprietors
Phone Stands: Webster's Confectionery 511
Ellis Confectionery 1062
MARK X BETWEEN THE NUMBER AND EACH ANSWER VOTED FOR.
REFERENDUM ORDERED BY PETITION OF THE PEOPLE.
STATE UNIVERSITY BUILDING REPAIR FUND Referred by authority of Mr. H. J. Partison.
as Secretary. Oregon Higher Educational Institutions Betterment League. No. 409 Oregonian
Building. Portland. Oregon. Its purpos is to provide funds for repairs aad additions to the
State University Buildings, as follows: Library Building, thirty thousand dollars; Engineering
Building, fifteen thousand dollars; Deady Hall, ten thousand dollars; heating plant, ten
Vote YES or NO
ALL KINTS Or MILL WORK.
Ovwfst Lixf. rixMr. Etc.
Cer.tra.tom ar.4 Bidder.
West Cad Court St. PaHaa. Orrcoa
VvM.tW Thus the 300.
... x. .... . '1 ....... .
vi e rx'.tt'o irt.l. r icy
?':-;! '"' i I-e thirty e.nx longer lit
wl 'i to the money. The total
"-g .:;! ! be n;!hI to .M ivr cent
' ! r'iveipa! vertajv.'y a iv ing
o! : S : iV
lv;S .vt. My plan al-o p:ii,U-s
i'.-u. !..! ar.y Mate h taken .!
N.tvtscv .f the p.,r of fcieral aid.
'' !-.n. -:;t .ha:i ar.r.uaJlv tln-jv- soi
srter m !. .!.-h Mate for mair.ten-
,v a:tHut'.t epial to 2
jr .- t , f the er,Mtioti.n fund.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON NEW BUILDING APPROPRIATION Referred by authority of Vr.
H. J. larkison. as Secretary, Oregon Higher Educational Institutions Betterment League, Xa
40 Oregoulan Building. Portland, Oregon. Its purpose is to provide funds to construct, equip
and furnish a modern fire-proof administration and class-room building, and to extend the
heating plant to the same. The amount appropriated therefor is one hundred thousand dol
Vote YES or NO
Vni. A. Rimes, Mgr.
Ed. J. Hitnes, Eng.
HLMES ENGINEERING AND CON
Engineering and Surveying.
Plans Drawn and Estimates Cheer
fully Given. Office, Room 8. Uglow
liuiiding. Dallas, Ore. Phone 502.
DR. CLINTON L. FOSTER,
(With Dr. Busier)
0:Tiee over Fuller Phannaev.
l Mill M;U. IV :u A.m
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if ti.k m.n;H at V.v.vJ.
in h '. ' nt m mtr tnJ
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taoh m.- .d at tVJ K;".e li I
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r. a. i! ivn.Tow w v
9 U.TKK MflR. .-rry
' .. t .a.e ejv:t.t a va.i.ir
'.ft. I : .-i-r plsn "U:(p
: r.oi only ve .m.i
'. i rterie front t!ie s.tt-
; , for R-a.r.terarre
. ir nvt.lv li i rtrrH-re rtv-
-i ;! -.At , ,f t:e ni.t r:oti
:.kr- f:!;-.'v to j.n,ie for
:-:. 1: i Sf of nstwy
: M a rv 1 a r.- e t t. kt p it
?rswt r W.-N a av.r.ual r lr:M
W .: .'4i. rU:p e, ..:v. ty
r ! :t ' v.'t to krp h,-r rvi :
' i:' I ' r r. vn he .uM
'.' ' a tfir - Kvan :' rr.-.
i ! : - v t ar l rw e frvii tS
"'! .. a y ar t U 'p
! .f tAkr'?. a an exim-
- vt I ji.'.i a;,-
STERILIZATION ACT Referred by authority of Mrs. Lora O. Utile, as Vice-President. Ana
SterUitation League. No. T110 4rd Avenue. Portland. Oregon. Its purpose is to authcriie the
State Board of Health to order such surgical operations as the Board shall adjudge, to be
performed upon habitual criminals, moral degenerates and sexual perverts, both male and
female, and deining who shall be considered as sach. tte san-.e being persons con fried in
B. F. BUTLER
Offle over Fulier Pharmacy.
Office hours from I to 12 a. m.; 1
to S p. m.
Hours: a. m. to S p. m.; other hours
by appointment Thone 1414
DR. D. G. REMPEL
Xerre Speriatbt anl Spinal A.tjaMer
114 Court St. Oa:ia. Oregon.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Rooms fi and S. Uglow Bldg.
Dallas Or eg
G. O. HOLM AN
Office In Wilson Building.
ATTORN E V-AT-LA W
D. II. UPJOHN
Dallas National Bank Bldg.
some State inMituUoa.
Vota YES or NO
COUNTY ATTORNEY ACT Referred by authority of Mr. J. E. Craib. No. 4S1 Worcester Build
ing. Portland. Oregon. Its parpoa is to provido a District Attorney for each couaty ia the
State, ax J to tx tieir aXarie ia lies of tie present system of having a District Attorney for
several count), clothed with the authority to ppoi.it deputies for other counties.
Vott YES or NO
Weeliy Orertaiaa axd Oscrror.
T' r t Well " rr ar-1 tSe
WoriT tWvr a fl Z TV vk-
e.: t M f tf tnraii ef
tV at '.-ce lYX
f " he eir-rl Vy Vo-al r
ijot 1: a' e-r tVe tm ef
V -i rt MTf a4 iu tr'--re
rrrvt are p-1.-' ate. Tks
. rxi e 't f . rvu-1 ia .?Trr
lORKaitNS COMPENSATION ACT Referred by cthority of Vr. WUrred E. Farrea. Na I3
L&Kberaea's Bti'.izg. Portland. Oregoo. Tho psrpoee of this measure is to create a State
ladastrial Acciiect CoatacJssioa. eoaspoeed of thre CoEinissioters. to proTiie a fsad f v the
cocr-rcwi:i.a cf tsjuned vorlsoa oapcred la hazardms occupatiocs. to be raised parCy by
tho Stat. arCy fcy oapiorers aai rartr by ea.pye. the Ccs:isioa to tietentine the
aaoast asder tho act to be paij aty pero or persons oa accoust of a-j iajiry received ia
tao eor or tis empJoy-Kest
Dr. Louis G. Altman
j uomeopatlue Ftp"-"",
! General Practice.
Speeial attention to Asthma. Dropsy, j
j Gall Stones and Rheumatism. " 1
I t2ee and Res. 2i6 N. Libertv St
Phone Main 147. SALEM.'OKE
! Me HAYTER
; Dallas National Bark Bii'.diir
ATTORN ET AT LAW
WALTER L. TOOZE, J".
Pallas National Bank BuilJin,
ATTORXETS AND ABSTRACTOI
BROWN & SIBLEY
Abstracts promptly maJe.
Notary Public. Collections
Mill St. Down-stairs. . Dallam. C
SIBLEY Sc. EAKI5
The only reliable oet of Abstract
Tc'.t County. Office on Court str
DatUs, ... Ore
R. L. CHAPMAN
nI JtAL DIRFCTTiR
Calls promptly isreMrd day or
ED, r. CO AD.
eftl s .
Voto YES or NO 1 . w-
ProhiU Cases a Srcii!rr
w MCI S3
PIANO &a4 ORGA
StuIk 712 Oak S:
Observer Ads Bring Results
AUTO FOR HIRE
McCANN k COLLINS
DR. L. W. II0K5
I t i"-ev-r to lr. N -'
0T-e at Mi"?!
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