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THE FALLS CITY NEWS. MARCH «, 1015
Alex Steven* ha« pur chased a
SALEM, FALLS CITY Ä WESTERN
Hervir« on next Lord'« Day at
Passenger Trmn Schedule
II a. m , and 7 :30 p. tn.
Bffectlvo Dec. 1,1013
Mr«. William Abbott of Solo
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Ilihie School at 10 A. M.
visited Mr. nml Mr«. U. H. Hutch-
Hill. mu. pill . pm.
Junior KndeAvor at 3 P. M.
Sulci n . . . i;:t:. 0.46 I.1H 3.25 in»on tlii« week.
Christian Ende«lor at 6:30 I*. M. j
1 lllllp.« . , . H.45 1 1 .»Ml 2.60 6.00
For I’. A O. plow« for stubble
Fallid lily K.liO 11.35 3.25 6.35
hii 'I hih I, cull at N. A. Lui.de’«
“The Macedooiou Cry.”
IV. TiiT blacksmith «hop
Tb* , is
arn. pin pm. pm.
It. M. Womlerly te building a
‘ The Kingdom of Uod.”
Falls City 0.30 1.26 3.15 5.40 modern 7 »room cottage on Ilia pro
A cordial invitation to everyone.
Dullaa . . „ 10.15 2 00 4.25 6.40
Salem . . . 11.25 3.16 5.30 7.45 perty in win Ml. Hood Addition
Htrungeie made Welcome.
Geraldine Helig entertained u
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li. L. H ick «, Pastor.
* number of her little friend« Wed
nesday with it party given in
of her ninth birthday,
Mr. Horn« Ü n k rr
BLACK ROCK ITEMS
C O M I TO r A L L U C I T Y . O H K U O N j
'C. T. Elli«oti of Dalla« wlio re
and Buy Orohard Land
I cently purchuMcd uii interest iii
March 4, 1U14.
the Falla City Electric Light plant
Mr«. Reeve« and daughter« mov
took charge the Hr**t ot tho month. ed to Salem la«t week.
Caletear— ílínrcb 1015
State Superintendent of School«
i0:H0 A, M , don’t (teem to be
for 8uud.y School, it will
SsS Ms*. T«tt. «fid. Thun. fri. tal. Churchill of Salem and Countv
ho 2:30 m ____
i n a« uaual.
Mr«. Clarence O’Brien was a
% Black Hock visitor Saturday.
18 19 20
C. J. Moyer in on the tick list.
25 26 27
J. it. Moyer and wifci went t<> Mr. W1 ylo made a (tip to Dallas
28 29 30 31
Salem Krid»v to vi«it their daugh M o inlay.
I'tryl O’ Urien visited Fall« City
ter, Mr«. E. Gilliam, for «everal
Mr«. D«k> r visited Dulls« the
Mr. and Mra. T. D. Hollowed I left
of the week.
Feels Good to Your Feet Friday to uttend
There is n good many h»g« going
convention st Albany. Mr. Hoi
lowwll is a delegate. On their re j <»ut these days.
turn ttip they will visit the O. A. i
C., at Corvallis.
Dr. Lowe (himself) will be
in Dallas March 18 19. In-
Tuesday W kin J a X h i . ™ ^
20. Consult him about
here and visiting frieuds. He say« your eyes.
that he feels quite at home at
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Salem as he has a cow and some
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chiSkeiib to look aftwr. Hid aon,
The Tcschcr s Institute
Insure.« warm feet at night Alfred who underwent an opera-
The Teacher's Institute held at
no need lying awuke waiting tion for appendicilis is well aod Independence Saturday February
for your feet to get warm if able to attend to Ins duties again.
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27th was one of the best ever
a nice hot water bottle is at
About fifty people gathered ^t held jn
county and also well
the foot of the l»ed.
(he home of N. Selig last Tuesday attended. The professional spirit
to a recital of Miss Ham- ^ the teacher was excellent,
Our Hot Water Bottles evening
moiid’s pupils, with Mis« \ ola niajiy teachers coming f r o m
Are made of the best rubber Selig assisting. 1 he program wa« across the county and having to
every one warranted.
in three parts, the first two wen- 8tart the night before in order to
musical and the thiid a lovely [na|<e the trip. All of them ex-
lunch served by Mrs. Selig. After p r e 9 8 e d themselves as well pleas-
All Styles, Sizes and Prices.
thanking Mr. ami Mrs. Selig for ed wjth the meeting and said
their kindness shown, all departed that they had derjved much good
at 11:00 P. M.
from it. The professional teacher,
and the teacher who has her
work at heart, alw ays gets much
We now have in our sheds a from a county institute,
quantity of trees etc., in surplus,
I he following program was
first cla-s; to clean up, we offer less carried out:
than half price. PRICES—apples A ddress-G ram m ar, H. J . Ho-
5c; pears 8c; prunes 9o; plums 10c;
kenberry, Portland Schools,
peach 7c; choice grafted walnuts Address—Industrial Work, F. H.
H o m e M a d e C an d ie s
Shepherd. Oregon Agricul
lit bargain; like reductions on
Ol the best brand
| other stocks not listed herein;
The Old Play Ground
S O F T D R I N K S O F A L L Price* will hold good as long as
New, H. J . Hoken-
this surplus lasts; order now.
K IN D S .
Carlton Nursery Co., Carlton, Ore.
Class Demonstration, Miss Kath-
P e a n u t and Popcorn
e r i n e ^rbuthnot, Oregon
S t a n d in C o n n e c t io n .
A ddress—J. A. Churchill, Supt.
Bernard Bed well is on the rick
()f Public Instruction,
f l e w s o f J f a lle G i t s
Address—School Gardening, Miss
’The best Hhow at the Gem tonight
Alice Joyce, Portland, Ore.
Mrs. Neji was a Dallas vkitor
vocal solos by Mrs. E. E.
Mayor llubhurd went to Dallas
and Mrs. Claire Ir
Kluio King who hah been work
Sheriff Orr was in this city last ing for W. L. Barnhart for some
time, has left for Giand Roude to
yisit his bister.
FALLS CITY MARKET REPORT
KOR SALE—Indian R u n n e r
Mrs Dunn having undergone an
Ducks. Cull 271.
Flour, per sack $1.75 to $2.00
operation nt Die Dallas hospital
bacon, per pound 25-cents
b. W. Vick of Salem was visit successfully will soon return home.
Hams, per pouud 22-cents
ing frieuds here lust Sunday.
An uncle of the Macomber
Picnic hams, per pound 16-ccnts
TENT FOR SALE 16x30 with
I family has nrrived from Germany
Dairy butter 80-cents:
lly. Apply at News lilioe.
having two nephews in Win.
MAPLE WOOD FOR SALE
Creamery, per pouud 40 cents;
(tilis ii A Son, Phone J!11.
Mr. McDonald is buying iiay of
For Rent:—Tin I oml nrd house, \V. L. Barnhart.
Eggs, per dozen 20-cents
nice huge garden. Apply to News
Coffee, per pound 20 to 45 cent»
Last Saturday evening ft half
Sugar, 13-p >und for $1.00
dozen or more young people met
Mis J. W Halsey of Salem was at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
Beans, small white, per pound
visiting friends in this city the first Wright where Frank helped them
Lard, per 5-lb pail 85-cents; pel
«if ili« week.
all to have a good time; many
10-lb pail $1.05.
Fresh bread,Cakes,Goqkiee, Pies, gnnies were played niter which
per pouud 1 3-4 ceuts
and other bakery goods, eviry «lay
at the Fall* City Bakery.
Mrs. N. K. Taylor left Wednea-
day morning for Oregon • City t<>
Shorts, per sack $1.75
Misses Lavertie Myres and Fay
vijit her father and mother.
barley, Midd per sack $2.25
Miss Edith Montgomery attend
Rolled Barley, per sack $1.75
ed the Teachers’ Institute held at Sunday with their schoolmate I
meal, per 100-lbs $1.75
Independence last Saturday.
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C H IN A W A R E
N o t h i n g p le a s e s th e h o u s e w ife hotter
t h a n n ic e d i s h e s to s e t o ff her d i n n i n g
ta b le . W e are m a k i n g S p e c i a l P r i c e s
- >3, on o u r lin e of C h i n a a n d P o r c e l a in W a r e .
See Our Window Display.
J. C. T A L B O T T &, C O .
U. E.W illiams , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols , R. G. W hite ,
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F alls C ity , P olk C ounty . O regon
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.
A HOT WATER
M. L. THOMPSON.
H a r r in g to n ’s
This store is the home of Lam m
Company’s Chicago made to
measure clothes for men and
young men, and you had bet
ter look at what we’ve prepar
ed for you for S p rin g and
Summer even if you don’t buy.
See our new models.
Look at our
assortment of fabrics.
we make are dependable, fashionable,
well fitting, good looking and long
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity
to buy your S P R I N G C L O T H E S .
Clothier and Men’s Furnishings
MOTTO: Pay Less and Dress Better
and Mrs. Walter L. Tooze, Jr., of
A ten cent tea will be given by Dallas «pent Tuesday and Wednes
the “Ladies Aid Society-’ of the day at Hotel Marion at Salem.
M. E. Church at the home of Mra.
Saul Ouderkirk and WilI*\Vood
Aurlaud from two to live o’clock.
made a trip to Black Rock Wed
FOR SAI.E—Victor talking ma
chine. $10 will buy a Victor talk
A fine box of chocolates to be
ing machine with 1CTrecords. Can given away each week at Ellis’
be seen at News office.
confectionery. A chance given
Mrs. W. R. Hinshaw of tin« city with every 10c purchase.
On St. Patrick’s Day March 17th