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THE PALLS CITY NEWS.
FEB., 27, 1915
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SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN
Passenger Train Schedule
Effective D*c. 1,1918
.Salem . . . 6.35 9.45
Dallas . . . 8.45 II «HI
Falls City. H.50 11.86
HI'k R ock
K O H m H’NI»
Fulls City. 9.30 1.25
Dallas . . . 10.15 2.On
Salem . . . 11.25 3.15
1.0 A j t
•S. Tetherow in improving.
Hartung’a spring opening March
6. Hoad Ids ad.
Mrs. (.iniign March wan u bu»i-
; ness visitor in Dallas Tuesday.
3.45 5 10
Mr. and Mrs. (', J. Pugh wont
to Portland Monday ou business.
M A P L E WOOD Kt)lt S A L K
(ill, huh ,V Son, Phene 814.
Junior Endeavor^ at 3 P. M.
Christian Kndeator at 0:30 P.
Theme— Morning; Service:
and ita re-
Throne— Kvening Service:
“ The power of conscience,”
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C H IN A W A R E
Bible School at 10 A. M.
B. I,. Hicks, Pastor ol the Chris
A cordial invitation to everyone
tian church has 'nc-cn ou the sick
Strangeis made welcome.
It. L H icks , Pastor.
J. K. Pouch of Kaymorid, Wash.,1
Mr > Horn# baahar—
FALLS CITY, ONEGO
was in the city on business Thurs
G Orohard Land
M. E. Church
worship, subject: The
M. L. Thompson was ia Port
land Thursday afternoon on bus;-;
Calendar— fob., H H 3
Sua. Mos. Ta«. W(4. Than. Frt. Sai.
moral and (ipiritu&l authority than
For Bent:— The l-omlurd house, other great hooks and whether it
14 15 16
nice large garden. Apply to News makes any difference what a man
21 22 23
believes just so ho lives rigtit?
Tlie Second Quarterly Confer
Fresh Bread, Cakea,Cookies, Pies, ence will be held iii the League
and other bakery goods, every day Boom, Friday, March 5th at 2 P.
at the Falla City Bakery.
M , and the loose collection at the
For P. A O. plow« for stubble meriting service tomorrow will be
and sod, call at N. A. Lunde's applied on the salary of the Dis
' 7A,Y>i*. î i î A
Mm. Thorn ia suffering an attack
Service on next Lord’s Day at
of la grippe.
II a. hi , and 7 30 p. in.
N o t h i n g p le a s e s th e h o u se w ife b etter
th a n n ice d is h e s to s e t o ff her d in n in g
ta b le . W e are m a k in g S p e c ia l P r ic e s
on o u r line of C h i n a a n d P o r o e la in W a re .
O u r W in d o w
D is p la y .
J. C. T A L B O T T &. C O .
Feels Good to Your Feet
A HOT WATER
Insures warm feet at night
no need lying awake waiting
for your feet to get warm if
a nice hot water bottle is at
the foot o f the bed.
Our Hot Water Bottles
Are made o f the best rubber
every one warranted.
All Styles, Sizes and Prices.
M. L. THOMPSON.
H a rrin g to n ’s
H o m e M a d e C an d ie s
Ot the Best Brand
S O F T
D R IN K S O F A L L
K IN D S .
Peanut and Popcorn
S t a n d in C o n n e c t i o n .
Hartung's Panama-Pacific Inter
national Exposition Contest be
gins March 0th.
A tine program was rendered
Sunday evening at the Christian
church by the Christian Endeavors.
Mrs. W. T. Greer left fur Port-
land Friday morning to visit her
mother, Mrs. Packard.
Mrs. L. A. Lucas came Saturday
to spend a few days with her
mother. Mrs. 8. Calkins.
- The school board met Wednes
day night and postponed the elec
tion of teachers to the latter part
A tine bog of chocolates to be
given away each week at Ellis’
confectionery. A chance given
with every 10c purchase.
Bargain in Real Estate
1 can. fur a short time offer some
one with a little cash, a genuine
bargain. Tlie property consists of
eight acres, three bearing prunes;
house three rooms down stairs, up-
stairs not finished; barn, wood shed
am< henhouse, f’hls is an excel
lent opportunity for someone with
a little money to invest in a pay
ing prune orchard. It will be on
the market only a short time and
if you get it you will have to hur
ry. For further particulars call on
or write to D. L. Wood, at News
office, Falls City, Ore.
i can sell you 12 acres of im
proved laud near town at a real
The Pythian Sisters at their bargain. Only about $250 cash to
meeting Wednesday night ejected
handle deal. Owner wants to
Mrs. Emma Hinshaw to represent
the lodge at the convention to be leave Htate. Apply to D. L. Wood
held at Albany March 16.
at News office.
Sam Stevens of Black Rock was
down from camp Thursday’ . He is
engineer on the “ 5-spot” and had
the misfortune to mash his thumb,
; making it necessary to lay o ff
The I.O.O.F. Hall is being decor-
ated to deaden the ring of voices
when talking. Carpets have been
ordered for the floor. The decor
ating was done by Bud Hubbard
under the supervision of Mrs. T.D.
Hollowed and Mrs. J. C. Talbott.
February 25. 1915.
Feb. 22 was Rally Day in our
school, We were pleased to have
j Super!i tendent Seymour and a
tiuinl>er »f vijitors with us.
patriotic program was rendered by
the school. Superintendent Sey
mour gave us stars enough fur the
R. E.W il l ia m s , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R. G.W h it e ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank o f Falls City
F alls C i t y , P olk C o u n t y . O begon
Does a General Banking Business.
Interest Paid on Time
Deposits. Exchange sold on all points in the United States.
Notary Public officially connected with the Bank.
We will have our Spring Opening on
March 6th, The store will be filled
with new spring goods, which will
arrive during that week.
Boxes will be open and goods on
display. We solicit your inspection of
these new and tastey lines.
Get acquainted with what will be
worn this spring and summer.
We have bought heavy and there
fore the assortment is large
On the above mentioned date our complete assort
ment will be on display, and for the benefit of those
that cannot conveniently visit our store at that time.
We shall deem it a pleasure to show them the lines
on any subsequent date.
A Parent Teachers association
Gladys Lewis delegates from the;
C. K. of tl.e Christian church to was organized with the following
I l k w e o f jfa lls G ity » the C. E. convention held in Eu
gene, returned last Monday after
President, Miss Alice Quint
’1 lit, bust show nt tbu Gem tonight noon with enthusiasm at the point
Mrs. 8. J. Price
Hartung’s contest begins March of effervesceuce. It is a well known
Sec. and Treas. Mrs. Dimick
fact that while enthusiasm is very
CLOTHIER AND MEN’S FURNISHER.
contageous, it is not a disease— or.
First regular meeting to be held
NOTTO--PAV LESS AND DRESS BETTER."
E. G. White was* a Sahm visitor
both healthful and pleasurable.
We hear one of our schocl girls
Therefore if you wish to be expos
Mrtr. C. S. O’Brien of Black Hock ed come to the Christian church is to be wedded this week.
was in this city Tuesday.
next Tuesday evening, Match 2d,
S. B. Taylor, surveying “ K ”
Bills Allowed by City Council
Mrs. C. S. O’ Brien was a Falls
at 7:30 o’clock and hear the reports
For Month of January
Mrs. I*. J. Shepherd returned of the delegates.
City visitor Tuesday.
from Portland Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace are on Falls City Electric Light Co.,
“ K ” street...................
, /*, -p ,
, . Mrs. F. E, Jones of Santa Clara,
street lights................. $ 86.40
L. C. Iy 1er who lias been work-j0rpRon> V
the sick list.
m g neir Dallas lias returnul to worker of the State Christian W o
Falls City News, printing
Sam Stevens, the engineer on No.
man's Board of Missions spent lust
charter and ordinances 297.00
F. Dunmeyer and Miss
Monday with the Falls City Auxil 5 of tlie Willamette Valley Logging
Mrs. Davis, sister of Mrs. E. A.
Pearl Wallace of Black Rock were
iary. She held an afternoon con Co., broke his thumb Monday. W. L. Tooze, salary as city
I/iil)ow who N very i|l, came over ference with the members in the
attDrney....................... 38.10 married Thursday. Miss Rose Ster
Mr. Bocler of Dallas is taking his
from Monmouth Saturday,
basement of the church, at which
S. R. Skeels, copying ordi
ling of Falls City was bridesmaid
1.75 and Arthur Bullis tbe Best Man.
Mrs..!. H Dunn, who lives on were present a large number of
visitors. She also addressed a
Claience O’ Brien and family
D. Toller, use of hall..........
1.00 Squire Hubbard of Falls City offic
tlie Maik Siddel place, is reported
goodly audience in the evening. visited Black Rock and Falls City
W . P. Lewis, salary water
to be seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. The afternoon with her was most
last week; moving to Spaulding
Steve Batch of Salem cauie to see profitable. The evening address
Tbe young couple are well and
was earnest, direct and convincing;
\V. P. Lewis, salary'as city
favorably known and have the best
the effectiveness of both was great
Mrs. DeWitt of Monmouth visit
marshal and fees........ 82.00 wishes of their many friends.
The monthly business meeting
ly enhanced by the sweet and ed her daughter, Mr#. O'Brien Geo. Brentner, time check
of (he C. W. B. M. will be held at womanly personality of the speaker.
Monday and Tuesday,
the home of Mrs. Huturney uext Through her influence several con
The school rally at Black Rock
v bills allowed and rent
Mr. Faulk moved his family to
Tuesday afternoon March 2d, be verts to the work of foreign miss
Monday was a real pleasant affair.
An excellent program was render
ginning at 2.00 o’clock. Mission ions were made. In honor of Sister Balderces camp Thursday.
H. G. Strayer, salary........ 29.00 ed and the “ kids” acquitted them
Jones and for our mutual pleasure
The Francis family moved to
study period will follow the busi
Falls City Lumber Co.,
about forty people participated in
selves in a manner most pleasing
ness period. W ill all members the joys of a basket chicken dinner Dallas last week; he intends to
lu m ber......................... 11.94 to their parents and teachers.
please be present. Visitors will in the basement of the church quit logging and take up carpenter Oscar Hayter, opinion on
Superintendent Seymour was in
be cordially welcomed.
improvement bonds, ... 25.00 attendance.