Falls City news. (Falls City, Or.) 190?-19??, March 13, 1915, Page 3, Image 3

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Christaln Church
Mr», George Loftua wad in Italian
Tuesday.
Service ou next Lord’s Day at
Mrs. Chapin spent several days II a . m , and 7 :30 p . h i .
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Bible School at 10 A. M
Mrs. Walter Nichols was a Dal-
Junior Endeavor at 8 p. M.
lus visitor Tuesday.
Cliristian Kndeavor at 6:30 I’. M.
Mrs. C. T. West who bus been
Theme— Morning Service:
very sick is improving.
"Joseph a Type of Christ,”
Mis F. A. Lucas returned to her
Theme— Kveiling Servie*
home at Monroe ’Thursday.
"Jesus at the Door.”
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer re­
A cordial invitatiou to everyone
turned from Salem Thursday.
Stiangers made welcome.
Insure» warm feet at night
Early
seed
potatoes
for
sale,
B. L H um , Pastor.
no need lying awake waiting
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Bowman.
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for your feet to get warm if
Feels Good to Your Feet
A HOT WATER
BOTTLE
Mrs. Doling ol Hodaville is visit-
a nice hot water bottle is at
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the foot o f the bed.
Free Methodist Church
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Preaching 11:00 A. M.
Subject—"The two sisters.”
Class meeting 1.00 P. M.
| Grant.
Ike Stewart and t'auiily of Ne­
braska
are here visiting Cliff Pugh .
Are made o f the best rubber
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and
family.
every one warranted.
Evening Service
Mrs. Maud Hall and children
Subject—"Prophecy.”
j spent Saturday and Sunday w ith1
H. A. W alts *, Pastor.
I her aunt, Mrs. Roy James.
All Styles, Sizes and Prices.
Our Hot Water Bottles
M. L. THOMPSON.
Charles Khufer and Jack Blalock
The parents and teachers met at
I returned Wednesday night from
the
school house Monday night
southern Oregon.
and prepared a Parent-Teucheis’
Mrs. C. 8. O ’ Brien and Mrs. organization with the following
Oliver Baker o( Black Rock were officers: President- Mrs. C. L. Hop­
kins; V-Pres.— R. M. Wouderlv;
in town Friday.
Set-lT'-as.— Klla Mehrling. The
George Ouderkirk, son of Mr. next meeting will be at the school
Saul Ouderkirk is very house next Tuesday evening.
j sick with pneumonia.
R. E.W iluamh , M. L. T hompson , W. F. N ichols ,
R. G .W hite ,
President
Vice-President
Cashier Assistant Cashier
Bank of Falls City
F alls C ity , P olk C ounty . O kkoon
DoeB 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.
^ arrinciton’s
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H o m e M a de Candies
Ol the Rest Brand
S O FT D R IN K S O FA LL
KI N D S .
P e a n u t an d P o p c o r n
S t a n d In C o n n e c t i o n .
R eport o f the c o n d itio n of the
Bank o f Falls City
BRIDGEPORT
At the Bridgeport School house,
Saturday evening March 20, there
Mrs. Mary Miller was called to.
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will be a Shadow Social and a play
Rusc-burg, Oregon Sunday to the
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entitled, "A ll A Mistake.’
bedside of her sick brother.
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hair switches made from combings.
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Phone 814. C. E. Gibson.
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George Richmond Trunk Muncus
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Captain’s sister, Cornellia
The Ladies Aid of the Christian
^jrs Minnich
j j . i j i . Richmond .'.’.Nettie Benton
^ ejjle Huntington......
Mrs. Stone
Huntington
(he el»«* o f bu siu css March I. 1914
Ferdinad ..................... Lester Lock
HKSOUHCES
I Richard Hamilton...... Mr. Muncus
U>Atu and d iscou n t»
$43,074 30
B on d » and w arrant*
14.1*2 83
Irish Nell...................Mrs. Muncus
Kurntture. an d fixture*
1,707.4ft
All are invited to com e. and
Due from ban k*.(n ot roaerve Lanka) 3.731.ft*
Due from a p p roved reserve hank* 6,1*1.W
bring a well tilled basket. Play
Caab on ha ltd
7,276.04
Alva Jones came Saturday from given free.
ToraL. . $76,1*4.01
' Klandrean, S. D., and expects to'
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make Oregon his future borne, He
C apital stock p aid In
15,000.00
Hurplus Fund
4,050 U0 will reside with his grandson, F. A.
BUCK ROCK ITEMS
U nd ivid ed profit*, le*a expenara
and taxea paid
'284 24
Jones of Falls City.
I’ostal savin g« ban k d ep osit*
3.763.29
March 11, 1914.
F. A. Jones recently purchased a
In d iv id u a l depoalta subject to
ch eck
46.168.47
part of the Mrs. Mary Miller farm
Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Elkins
Dem and certifica tes o l I>eposit.
8ft 00
] tact of town aud will erect a large made a trip to Falls City M onday.!
T im e certifica tes of d ep osit
ft.623.01
| bungalow soon. O. G. Kneeboue
TotAL,
$7*. 1*4.01
Jesse and Frankie O'Brien made
has the contract for the buildiug.
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a trip to Spauldings oauip Satur­
C ounty of Folk, ) *
The C. W. B. M. meeting was
I, W. K N ichols. C ashier of the above-
held at the home of Mrs. Z. Ba- day.
nam ed ban k, d o solem n ly sw ear that the
a b ov e statem en t Is true, to the best of my
tourney last Tuesday. There were
Mr. and Mrs. Kellar, Mr. and
k n ow led g e and belief.
fourteen present. After the meet­ Miss Sayer and Paul Sayer visited
W . F NICHOLS, C ashier
ing a delicious lunch was served
S ubscribed an d sw orn to b efore rue this
our Sunday school, Sunday.
that was enjoyed by all.
9th day of March 1915.
Miss Hammond gave a talk to
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F K HU BBARD,
O. G. Kneebone returned Wed­
Notary Public.
the
ladies at the schoolhouse with
nesday Iroui Wellsdale, Oregou
Correct -
M I T hompson .
Attest
I BA U M e m r i i n o . * D irectors
the object of forming classes in
whore
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been
the
past
mouth
h O W hitr .
workiug lor his brother-in-law, physical culture and probably or­
A, L. Govier. Mr. Kneebone re­ ganizing a camp tire girls club.
ports everything tine and dandy
The boys would like very much
in Benton county.
to organize a Boy Scout troop, hut
B. F. Beezley of Newport came
last Sunday to visit Ins mother the trouble seems to be the larger
The best show at the Gem tonight who has been quite ill. Mr. Betz- ones goiug to work.
Mr. Morris is moviug his barber
FOR SALE— Indian R u n n e r ley is a former resident of this city
and was city engineer He believes .hop to Ralderees camp; lie is to
Ducks. Call 271..
6-20.
that the new road to the toilets will
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Mrs. Gus Anderson is on the be of considerable benefit to Falls have charge of the bathhouse aud
probably put in cigare and conlec-
sick list this week.
City Marshal Lewis arrested a tionary; he expects to work during
A. B. Allen made a business trip man named Fred Holt of Salem the day.
to Dallas Tuesday.
Wednesday for being drunk and
State Sgpt. Churchill and County
He p
pleaded
Mrs. Calkins who has been quite disorderly. He
eade guilty
gui ty be-
e ^ t Seymour visited our school
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for* police Judge Clement to the
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ill is able to he up again.
charge and was tiued $5. He re­ cue noon last week.
•t Kali» oiijr, in the
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John Gilliam of Oaksdale, Wash.,
brother ol M. E. Miller is visiting
relatives here this week.
of Oregon *t
church were served with a delicious
lunch by their 1 resident.
rj.
' Conrad Elle
A tine box of chocolates to be
given away each week at Ellis'
confectionery. A chance given
with every 10c purchase.
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fused to pay the tiue and was to
Mrs. Bullis made a trip to Falls
work it out ou the street, hut later City today.
lie changed his mind and paid the
Harry Brown and wife of Luck- tine.
TREE BARGAINS
iamute were in town Wednesday.
A mass meeting is to be held at
We now have in our sheds a
Ralph Harland returned Wed­ the Gem Theatre Tuesday night
March 23 for the purpose of die- quantity of trees etc., in surplus,
nesday from Multnomah county.
cussing the proposed amendments first class; to clean up, we offer lass
Mrs. W. Brown wha had Iter to the Charter. 1 here are six pro- 11,an half price. PRICES— apples
shoulder dislocated recently is im­ posed amendments aud the pain- g pears 8c; pruues 9c; plums 10c;
uhlets are ready lor distribution to
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proving.
[be vow*, thw lliey
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Born Monday to Mr. and Mrs.
Ervin, a 11 ¿-pound boy.
Mr Davis is improving after a themselves with regard tp the de
severe attack of lutlamitory rheu­ sirahility of the proposed change,
Some of the changes aro long.
matism.
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The voters should take the time to
John A ,„old .n d - U
lot. Moo- . . o d ,
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day for Marion where they win
people will vote against a measure
make their future home.
they do not understand rather
Mrs: Z. Batourney has moved Uian take the time tif study it out
Into the Courier building on the and in this way many a good
hill in the north part ol town.
measure is defeated.
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at Bargain; like reductions on
other stocks not listed herein;
|>rice8 wui hold good as long as
thj8 8Urplus lauta; order now.
C .,U o „ N o,.cry Co..
Or.,
POLK COUNTY PRINCIPALS MEET
The regular meeting o f the
Polk County Principal’s Club was
SEE OUR
NEW
S P R IN G
M IL L IN E R Y
L A T E S T S TY L E S A T LO W EST PR ICES
ALSO
L a w o n a C o rsets and
K n it H o s ie ry
Knox
D re s s m a k in g
Falls City Millinery Co.
Easter April 4th
1915
Order Easter Suits
Now
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Just received a new shipment of
Ready-made suits. Prices $12.50 to
$18.00.
Chas. Hartung
Tailor.
held at the Hotel Gail last Satur­
day night. Dr. Stetson, o f the
University o f Oregon, was the
speaker for the evening and gave
a very interesting address in
which he outlined what he
thought the schools might do for
the rural community. Dr. Stet­
son’s suggestions were well re­
ceived.
In the business session the sec­
retary was instructed to write to
Sen. C. L. Hawley extending to
him the thanks and commenda­
tion of the Principals’ Club for
his vigorous action in support of
the appropriation for the much
needed new building for the
Monmouth Normal School.
Those present at the meeting
were Dr. Stetson. Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Hatton. Miss Alice E. Quint.
Miss Almeada Fuller, Miss Fay
Henson, H. H. Dunkleberger, 0 .
C. Hart, F. Silsbee, E. L. Keezel,
C. A. Arpke, F. G. Buchanan, D.
C. Bones, R. G. Dykstra, W. A.
Fletcher, J. I. Reasoner, E. M.
Haley and W. I. Ford.
The next meeting will be held
April 3.